2020 GGPoker WSOP Bracelet Events 2020 WPT World Online Championships PokerStars Stadium Series
Event #2: $3,200 Pot Limit Omaha Championship, $1m GTD
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Event Info

Prize Pool $1,026,000
Players 342

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Event #2: $3,200 Pot Limit Omaha Championship, $1m GTD
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Alex Manzano wins Event #2: $3,200 Pot Limit Omaha Championship After Heads-Up Deal

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Alex Manzano
Alex Manzano

Chile's Alex Manzano topped a 342-player field to win Event #2: $3,200 Pot Limit Omaha Championship after a heads-up deal with Paresh Doshi.

The pair started heads-up with a combined 242 big blinds between them and agreed to a deal, setting aside $10,000 for the eventual champion.

Doshi started the final table as the chip leader and secured $167,272 as part of the deal. Manzano takes home $176,132 and becomes the latest champion in the World Poker Tour World Online Championships.

Event #2: $3,200 Pot Limit Omaha Championship Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Alex ManzanoChile$176,132*
2Paresh DoshiUnited Kingdom$167,272*
3Laszlo BujtasHungary$106,163
4Mike LeahCanada$76,673
5Alfred KarlssonSweden$54,870
6Jesse RockowitzCanada$41,148
7Benny GlaserGreat Britain$30,759

*denotes heads-up deal. Country flags from partypoker client



Final Table Recap

RankPlayerCountryChips
1Paresh DoshiUnited Kingdom9,810,044
2Mike LeahCanada6,642,918
3Alex ManzanoChile5,915,829
4Laszlo BujtasHungary5,677,712
5Benny GlaserUnited Kingdom3,925,717
6Jesse RockowitzCanada1,248,412
7Alfred KarlssonSweden979,368

The first casualty of the final table was Benny Glaser, who flopped a pair of jacks and called of his remaining chips against Doshi, only for his opponent to have him outkicked. Next was Jesse Rockowitz who got his last nine big blinds in preflop against Manzano. Unfortunately for Rockowitz, Manzano had picked up aces and flopped a full house to leave the Canadian all but dead, and he was eliminated.

Two eliminations within the first hour became three when Alfred Karlsson was sent to the rail by Laszlo Bujtas. Karlsson was in good shape with kings, but the Hungarian rivered trips to eliminate Karlsson who had managed to ladder two spots having come into the final table as the short stack.

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Quads for Doshi

By this point, Doshi was up to around 100 big blinds, but Manzano managed to trim wrestle control of the chips. That was until an incredible hand saw Doshi eliminated Mike Leah and retake the lead.

Paresh Doshi {a-Spades}{6-Spades}{4-Hearts}{4-Clubs} raised to 300,000 and Mike Leah {a-Clubs}{j-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{10-Clubs} defended his big blind. The flop {4-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}{k-Clubs} gave Doshi a set, but with a myriad of draws and outs, Leah held a slender advantage. He checked and Doshi bet 360,000.

Leah check-raised to 1,800,000 and Doshi three-bet to 6,100,000, putting Leah all in. The Canadian called for his last 3,900,000 and the cards were turned over. The turn {q-Spades} gave Doshi a full house and the {4-Spades} improved him to quads and Leah was eliminated

Heads-Up Play

Bujtas was consistently behind the 100 big blind stacks of Doshi and Manzano, and he was eliminated in third place by Manzano. This meant the Chilean held a slight chip lead heading into heads-up play.

  • Alex Manzano - 19,200,000 (137 big blinds)
  • Paresh Doshi - 14,700,000 (105 big blinds)

With the final two players so deep, they agreed to flatten the remaining payouts, leaving $10,000 for the winner. In spite of the deal, heads-up play still took 90 minutes before Manzano flopped a set against the two pair of Doshi, with the river bricking to hand the Chilean player the title.



What's Up Next?

The next Championship event on the WPT World Online Championships schedule is Event #3: $3,200 8-Max Championship. This event comes with a $3,000,000 guarantee. Day 1 ends at the end of Level 18, with levels 25 minutes in length.

  • Day 1a - Saturday, August 1st at 19:00 (BST)
  • Day 1b - Sunday, August 2nd at 19:00 (BST)
  • Day 2 - Monday, August 3rd at 19:00 (BST)
  • Day 3 - Tuesday, August 4th at 19:00 (BST)

This event also has a Mini ($320 buy-in; $1,000,000 GTD) and Micro ($33, $300,000 GTD) edition making the WPT WOC accessible to players of any bankroll!

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