Josh Arieh wins second WSOP bracelet in Omaha
Successful US poker pro Josh Arieh continues to collect poker trophies by winning live WSOP tournaments in Las Vegas. The other day, for example, Arieh won the expensive WSOP 2021 Event #66: Pot-Limit Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship with a $10 000 buy-in.
The tournament collected 210 entries, so the total prize pool reached the mark of $1 809 050. In total, 32 people entered the ITM zone; the minimum payout accounted for $16 070.
For Josh Arieh, this is the second gold bracelet that he gained at the 2021 WSOP series, capturing an Omaha event. The player also earned $484 790 for his victory.
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By the way, Josh won the previous bracelet in the same discipline. Speaking of his entire poker career, the guy has earned four WSOP trophies.
The runner-up was American player Danny Chang, who earned a payout of $299 620. Anatolii Zyrin took third place, pocketing $207 360.
Almost all final table runners were from the USA, the only Briton was Adam Owen who earned $78 950 for sixth place.
WSOP 2021 Event #66: $10K Pot-Limit Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship Final Table Results
|1||Josh Arieh||$484 790|
|2||Danny Chang||$299 620|
|3||Anatolii Zyrin||$207 360|
|4||Dan Colpoys||$146 810|
|5||Jeff Gross||$106 390|
|6||Adam Owen||$78 950|
|7||Aaron Kupin||$60 040|
|8||Matt Woodward||$46 810|
The event ended after Danny Chang moved preflop all-in with A♠-K♠-5♥-2♣. Josh Arieh called the all-in, holding Q♠-6♠-5♦-4♦. They put 9♦-6♥-3♣-2♥-A♥ on the board, and Arieh became the tournament champion as he caught a straight.