Omaha H/L is a split game. Take a stroll through the tournament floor and as far as the eye can see are dealers halving pots and shipping them to opposite sides of the table.
Sebastian Ruthenberg doesn't seemed too bothered by the prospect of it being a long night. He has his nose buried in a copy of Doyle Brunson's Supersystem 2, open to the Omaha H/L section of course. It appears to be working too as he's right up near the top of the leader board.
Robert Price has the honor of sitting on the chip lead but he has been slipping recently while players like Alex Michaels and Jon Nakatani nipping at his heels.
There are a few old school players hanging around. Players that have been playing Omaha H/L since before these internet kids even had their driver's licenses. Players like Freddy Deeb, Eli Elezra, Annie Duke, and Layne Flack just to name a few.
Erick Lindgren and Matt Savage are still in as well, but they are hanging on by the skin of their teeth. Fabrice Soulier was the most recent elimination, preceeded by Toto Leonidas. The self proclaimed best Omaha H/L player on the planet, Mike Matusow, is nowhere to be seen and neither is Scott Clements, who actually is one of the best Omaha H/L players around.
Stay tuned for updates on the mayhem, the madness, the insanity that is Omaha H/L.