1,106 players entered the $1,000 Pot Limit Omaha tournament at the world series of poker, and on the final day there were twelve players left. The most noteable name was High Roller regular Dan Shak, but he had to leave the table in 11th place for $10,477. In the end it was Sam Soverel who won his first bracelet.
The unofficial final table of ten was as follows:
Sam Soverel was responsible for 5 eliminations on the final table, he was simply unstoppable. He started heads-up play against fellow-American Kirby Lowery. In the final hand, Lowery was all-in with on a flop of against Soverel's . Both players made a flush on the turn, and Lowery wasn't able to fill up on the river, finishing second for $114,486.
These were the results of the final table: