Eventually, the next tournament in the World Series of Poker Event # 4: $ 1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better for $ 1,500 was completed. Initially, it was planned as a three-day tournament, but there were still 4 players remaining for the third day. A gold bracelet was played between the Frenchman Julien Martini and the manager of the dental clinic Kate Hoang. For the first place Martini received $ 239,771, and the prize money for Kate Hoang was $ 148,150. This victory was the 13th for France in Las Vegas.
After the victory, Martini noted the magnificent game Kate Hoang and admitted that against her it was very difficult for him to play. He also said that: “This has been my dream since I was 14 years old. I dreamed about it for 7 years and this is one of the best moments in my life. I am very proud and incredibly happy. “
A total of 911 players took part in the tournament. The Bubble burst in the middle of the second day, and among those cashing in Event #4 were Jeff Shulman (12th, $13,091), Danny Wong (13th, $10,340), Chris Bjorin (17th, $8,296), Mike Wattel (21st, $6,764), Jason Lester (28th, $56,05), Mike Leah (30th, $5,605), Victor Ramdin (38th, $4,723), Peter Eichhardt (39th, $4,723), Shaun Deeb (44th, $4,723), Perry Friedman (54th, $4,046), Roland Israelashvili (58th, $3,526), Todd Witteles (59th, $3,526), Benny Glaser (63rd, $3,526), John Monnette (67th, $3,127), Allen Kessler (75th, $2,823), Brett Jungblut (78th, $2,823), John Racener (86th, $2,595), and Robert Mizrachi (90th, $2,595).
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