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Florian Langmann Wins WSOP Event 54 for 297 650

Florian Langmann Wins WSOP Event #54 for $297,650

The World Series of Poker Event #54, $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low, has come to an end after three long days of play for the 474 players participating in the tournament. The players competed in the special variant for 12 hours a day and played a lot of notable hands mixed with some great setups.

In the end it was Florian Langmann who took down the event and the WSOP bracelet, alongside the first prize of $297,650. Langmann knocked out many players throughout the tournament and played strong on the final table, intimidating his opponents into making mistakes they otherwise wouldn't have made.

The final hand of the day came after several hours of final table play, when Langmann played Zach Freeman heads-up for the title. The two players got all-in on a flop that had 9 Diamonds3 Diamonds4 Spades on the board.

Langmann shows: Ace Clubs6 Hearts10 Spades8 Clubs

Freeman shows: Ace Hearts3 HeartsKing SpadesJack Spades

The turn showed a Queen Diamonds and the river was a 8 Diamonds and Langmann took down the pot, eliminating Freeman in second place for $184,216. You can see the rest of the final table payouts below:

  1. Florian Langmann - $297,650
  2. Zach Freeman - $184,216
  3. Dylan Wilkerson - $122,427
  4. Doug Baughman - $90,853
  5. TJ Eisenman - $68,181
  6. Antony Lellouche - $51,670
  7. Woody Deck - $39,506
  8. Jonathan Depa - $30,448
  9. Shiva Dudani - $23,641
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