American player Dylan Weisman won his first WSOP bracelet

Dylan Weisman

​Another WSOP 2021 live tournament was held in Las Vegas and its winner earned the largest payout in his poker career, as well as the first WSOP bracelet.

Event #28: $1 000 Pot-Limit Omaha collected 1 069 entries, which formed the total prize pool of $951 410.

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As you understand, Dylan Weisman managed to win his first WSOP bracelet and $166 460 of prize money. For now, such a payment is the largest sum in his career. The same can be said about the runner-up of event Craig Chait, who earned $102 880 for the second place.

Final table payouts of WSOP 2021 Event #28: $1 000 Pot-Limit Omaha:

PlacePlayerCountryPrize money
1Dylan WeismanUSA166 460$
2Craig ChaitUSA102 880$
3Alexander YenUSA
74 230$
4Tim Van LooGermany54 230$
5Ran NivIsrael40 100$
6Chase FujitaUSA30 040$
7Manan BhandariUSA22 780$
8Youness BarakatItaly17 510$

The last hand on the 6♥-7♦-2♠ flop finished with all-in from Craig Chait with Q♥-J♦-9♥-5♦, but Dylan Weisman called with A♥-7♥-2♦-2♦.

K♦ on the turn and 6♠ on the river didn’t change Craig's situation for the better, and Dylan became the champion. 

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