Live Events 1
Event #13: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship

Event Info

Buy-in $5,000
Prize Pool $1,268,250
Players 267

Level Info

Level 35
Blinds 70,000 / 140,000
Ante 17,500

Players Info - Day 2

Players Left 1



Two for Lakatos; One for Wilinofsky


Blinds 20,000/40,000

Ben Lakatos raised the button to 100,000 and Fernando Habegger came along out of the big blind. Habegger check-called for 127,500 on the {j-Spades}{10-Hearts}{6-Spades} flop and check-folded the {a-Spades} turn when Lakatos made it 382,500 to go.

Lakatos then claimed the blinds and antes before limping in the next hand. Ben Wilinofsky raised to 180,000 and picked up a call. On the {a-Clubs}{6-Diamonds}{4-Hearts} flop, the Hungarian checked and let go when Wilinofsky continued for 127,500.

Vincas Tamasauskas lt
Vincas Tamasauskas
lt 3,524,998 35,000
Hernando Guzman mx
Hernando Guzman
mx 2,962,553 -20,000
Ben Wilinofsky ca
Ben Wilinofsky
ca 2,359,399 190,000
Ben Lakatos HU
Ben Lakatos
HU 2,014,846 112,500
Fernando Habegger ch
Fernando Habegger
ch 1,413,210 -272,500
Florian Fuchs at
Florian Fuchs
at 844,778 -45,000
David Wang au
David Wang
au 230,216 -85,000

Tags: Ben LakatosBen WilinofskyFernando Habegger

Shuffle Up and Deal on the Final Table!


Blinds 20,000/40,000

The cards for the final table are in the air as the seven finalists picked their seat swaps in order of chip counts, from lowest to largest.

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Ben WilinofskyCanada2,169,39954
2Fernando HabeggerSwitzerland1,685,71042
3David WangAustralia315,2168
4Vincas TamasauskasLithuania3,039,99876
5Hernando GuzmanMexico3,347,55384
6Florian FuchsAustria889,77822
7Ben LakatosHungary1,902,34648

A Maiden Bracelet Winner Will Be Crowned in Event #13: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship

Final Table Event #13
Final Table Event #13

Seven players out of 267 entries remain in the third Championship Event of the 2021 GGPoker WSOP Online Bracelet Events. They are all hailing from different countries and one will walk away with the first career gold-bracelet in Event #13: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship. All finalists are guaranteed at least $38,418 for the efforts out of a $1,268,250 prize pool.

Mexico's Hernando Guzman leads the line-up with a stack of 3,347,553, closely followed by Lithuania's Vincas Tamasauskas with 3,039,998. The 2011 EPT Berlin Main Event champion Ben Wilinofsky sits in third place and returns with a stack of 2,169,399.

Furthermore in contention are Ben Lakatos, GGPoker OmahaSquad member Fernando "JNandez87" Habegger, Florian Fuchs, and David Wang.

Final Table Line-Up in Event #13: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship

PositionPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Hernando GuzmanMexico3,347,55384
2Vincas TamasauskasLithuania3,039,99876
3Ben WilinofskyCanada2,169,39954
4Ben LakatosHungary1,902,34648
5Fernando HabeggerSwitzerland1,685,71042
6Florian FuchsAustria889,77822
7David WangAustralia315,2168

Six players in the money brought a profit on the investment for their investors after utilizing the in-built staking feature in the GGPoker client. Three of them reached the final seven:

PlayerMark-Up# of StakersPercentage Sold
Fernando Habegger11960%/60%
Florian Fuchs1.21880%/80%
David Wang1.09521.3%/50%

The final table is scheduled to continue at 5.01 pm UTC and from now on, all levels will feature 20 hands each instead of a duration of 15 minutes. In order to secure an average of at least 40 big blinds, the blinds were rolled back one level to 20,000/40,000 and a running ante of 5,000.

Stay tuned for the conclusion of this WSOP Online Bracelet Event, as the PokerNews team will provide conclusive updates from start-to-finish.

Tags: Ben LakatosBen WilinofskyDavid WangFernando HabeggerFlorian FuchsHernando GuzmanVincas Tamasauskas

Event #13: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship
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