Well Over A Thousand Enter World Series Of Poker P.l.o. Event

$1,000 buy in Pot-Limit Omaha attracted 1,293 players

Aaron Wallace is celebrating his weekend win against 1,292 other entrants in Event 26 of the World Series of Poker, a $1,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha tournament with a prize pool of $1,163,700.
Wallace's win of $226,985 was enhanced by the award of his first WSOP bracelet after he bested runner-up Marco Neumann in a 2 hour heads up, having started with a convincing 2 to 1 chip advantage.
Neumann's second place brought him a well-earned $140,353, whilst other final tablers scored as follows:
Noah Merritt $88.801
Jeroen Choiner $64,457
Daniel Zack $47,548
Chase Steely $35,609
Balazs Somodi $27,056
Curtis Krushelniski $20,830
Thomas Kearney $16,245.

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