American player Dylan Weisman won his first WSOP bracelet
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: $1 000 Pot-Limit Omaha:
|1||Dylan Weisman||USA||166 460$|
|2||Craig Chait||USA||102 880$|
|3||Alexander Yen||USA||74 230$|
|4||Tim Van Loo||Germany||54 230$|
|5||Ran Niv||Israel||40 100$|
|6||Chase Fujita||USA||30 040$|
|7||Manan Bhandari||USA||22 780$|
|8||Youness Barakat||Italy||17 510$|
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.