WSOP Event #13 champion is determined

Vincas Tamasauskas 2021

The $5 000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship final table (WSOP Event #13) lasted about two hours, which was enough to determine the winner. It was Vincas Tamasauskas from Lithuania. The guy captured $269 000 and his first career gold bracelet.

In total, the event collected 267 entries, and 39 players got in the money. The prize pool, by the way, amounted to $1 268 250. The final table featured representatives of seven different countries, and it was difficult to predict who would emerge victorious.

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There were no well-known poker players at the final table, except for GGPoker Omaha Squad Fernando Habegger. He took the third place for $140 000, which could but please his "shareholders".  

Fernando’s heads-up opponent was Ben Lakatos from Hungary. In the last hand, Tamasauskas made a full house holding 9-2, which eventually brought him one of his biggest career victories in terms of prize money.

WSOP Event #13 Final Table Results 

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Vincas Tamasauskas
Lithuania
$269 000
2Ben Lakatos
Hungary
$194 000
3Fernando Habegger
Switzerland
$140 000
4Ben Wilinofsky
Canada
$101 000
5David Wang
Australia
$73 000
6Florian Fuchs
Austria$53 000
7Hernando Guzman
Mexico
$38 000
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