Brandon Shack-Harris wins $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha for $894,300

The $10,000 8-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha Championship saw 400 players buying in, creating a total prizepool of $3,760,000. $894,300 of this prizepool was to be taken by the winner, along with the coveted bracelet. At the end of the road, it was Brandon Shack-Harris who was the strongest, earning his second WSOP-bracelet.

 

 

The final table of six had the following line-up:

Seat

Player

Chips

Seat 1

Matthew Parry

4.755.000

Seat 2

Brandon Shack-Harris

5.425.000

Seat 3

Tommy Le

1.300.000

Seat 4

Loren Klein

3.530.000

Seat 5

Harley Stoffmaker

2.265.000

Seat 6

Melad Marji

2.930.000

 

Harley Stoffmaker was the first to leave the stage. With a less than potsize bet behind he shoved with on a -flop and was snapped off by Le’s . The on the turn gave Stoffmaker some hope, but the river bricked with the meaning Stoffmaker was busted in sixth.

 

Matthew Parry was the next player to bust. On a flop he was all-in and in terrible shape with against Shack-Harris’ and drawing dead on the turn.

 

Less than 10 minutes later Melad Marji was all-in preflop with against Klein’s and didn’t win on a board of .

 

One hand later heads-up play was reached. Shack-Harris called a 3bet of Tommy Le, and check-called his shove on a flop of . Le tabled , but Shack-Harris had outflopped him with and the two pair held.

 

Shack-Harris started the heads-up with a chip advantage, and within a couple of hands held a 3:1 chiplead. In the final hand, both players flopped two pair on an flop, with Klein having the worst of it with against the bigger two pair of Shack-Harris with . The on the turn and didn’t help Klein as he finished in second.

 

 

Below are the results of the final table:

Place

Player

Country

Price

1

Brandon Shack-Harris

USA

$894.300

2

Loren Klein

USA

$552.713

3

Tommy Le

USA

$376.667

4

Melad Marji

USA

$261.652

5

Matthew Parry

USA

$185.337

6

Harley Stoffmaker

Canada

$133.918

7

Junayed Khan

USA

$98.748

8

Dominique Mosley

USA

$74.339

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