Just three days after taking down the $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better for $244,103, Benny Glaser manages to win the next tournament of its kind: the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Championship for $407,194.
16 players returned on the third day in this star studded field, with the likes of Shaun Deeb (13th), Daniel Alaei (12th), Eli Elezra (10th), Todd Brunson (7th) and Jason Mercier, who is looking for his third bracelet of the summer. Unfortunately for him, he finished the tournament in 8th place for $39,269.
After three days of playing, the tournament was stopped, and Douglas Lorgeree, Benny Glaser and Matt Glantz returned on the fourth day to hunt down the bracelet. Glantz started very good, but after that he lost three big pots in a row to leave him with just six big blinds. Shortly after he was all-in with against Glaser's on the turn, when the board was reading . The on the river meant the exit of Matt Glantz, who collected $175,754.
Glaser started the heads-up play with a big chip advantage, and it didn't take long before he could scoop the win. Within fifteen minutes all Lorgeree's chips were in the middle with against Glaser's . The board ran out giving Glaser a flush and a low, good for the whole pot.
These were the results of the final table: