The 2021 Poker Masters is in the home stretch, and the ninth event of the 12-event series wrapped up on Thursday. Topping the 43-entry field in Event #9: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha was a newcomer to the PokerGO Studio, Miles Rampel. Rampel picked up a payday of $365,500. “It hasn’t hit me
Ali Imsirovic opened to 16,000 from middle position and action folded to Jeremy Ausmus in the big blind, and he moved all-in for approximately 65,000. Imsirovic called. Ausmus: [As6h] Imsirovic: [AdTd] The board ran out [Tc8s7hTh2d], and Imsirovic turned trips to eliminate Ausmus. After the elimination, Imsirovic moved to over
With the board complete and reading [Jh3hJs5s8c], David Peters was all-in for the main pot of 5,500, and Daniel Negreanu and Jeremy Ausmus were battling for a side pot of approximately 80,000. Negreanu checked, and Ausmus used a time extension before betting 56,000 with 15,000 behind. Negreanu used two time
Action folded to Miles Rampel in the small blind, and he raised to 45,000. Jeremy Ausmus was in the big blind and called. The flop fell [KcJd3s], and Rampel continued for 50,000. Ausmus called. The dealer burned and turned the [3c], and Rampel checked. Ausmus bet 80,000 and Rampel called.
On a flop of [2d9h6c], Miles Rampel checked from under the gun to Jeremy Ausmus on the button who bet 70,000. Rampel called, and both players checked the [5s] on the turn. The river was the [9c], and Rampel checked once more. Ausmus bet 140,000, and after using a time extension, Rampel
Miles Rampel limped the cutoff, and action folded to Jeremy Ausmus in the big blind, and he potted to 36,000. Rampel re-potted to 120,000, and Ausmus called. The flop fell [QcTd9d], Ausmus moved all-in for his last 20,000, and Rampel called. Ausmus: [KdJdTs6s] Rampel: [JhJc5c3h] The board ran out [6d]