Tommy Le wins WSOP bracelet and tops Omaha All-Time Money List
Successful US poker player Tommy Le has excelled in Pot Limit Omaha, winning his second WSOP gold bracelet in this poker discipline.
Tommy Le captured the WSOP Event #45: $10 000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship, which collected 344 entries. The total prize pool of the event amounted to $3 207 800.
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Thanks to winning the tournament, Tommy Le earned $746 470 and topped the WSOP All-Time Omaha ranking.
Other poker players from the USA, Jordan Spurlin and Chris Sandrock, took second and third place, respectively. Spurlin earned $461 360 in prize money, and Sandrock’s payout was smaller, namely $324 800.
WSOP Event #45: $10 000 PLO Championship Final Table Results
|1||Tommy Le||USA||$746 470|
|2||Jordan Spurlin||USA||$461 360|
|3||Chris Sandrock||USA||$324 800|
|4||Artem Maksimov||Russia||$232 230|
|5||Jeremy Ausmus||USA||$168 680|
|6||Eli Elezra||Israel||$124 500|
|7||Arthur Morris||USA||$93 400|
|8||Ashly Butler||USA||$71 240|
The crucial hand was as follows: Tommy Le moved all-in holding 9♥-6♠-5♦-2♦ and was called by Jordan Spurlin who had A♠-10♥-8♣-5♥. The flop was 9♦-5♠-4♠.
The turn brought 7♠, and then 9♠ came out on the river, securing Tommy Le’s victory and thus making him a champion. In total, 52 players entered the ITM zone; the minimum payout was $16 140.