Benjamin Zamani, a German-born US citizen has won the first Omaha Bracelet for 2017 world series of poker. This was the event#4 of the ongoing world poker series, which was $1,500 buy-in Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or better event. The player pocketed a sum total of amount $238,620 from the tournament being champion on Day 3 of the game.
Jared Hemingway became the runner-up of this event who pocketed a sum total of amount $147,428 from the title.
Twenty nine players returned on the final day of the game. Third position of this match belongs to a pro poker player named Alex Ferrari who took home a good total of amount $103,471.
The winner of this event#4 of WSOP 2017 i.e. Zamani was the only player who have played in previous World Series of poker games and had a bracelet. His last gold bracelet playing at WSOP was back in 2015, when he participated in $1,500 buy-in No Limit Hold’em game for a total winning share of amount $460,640.
Zamani was a happy guy after winning this second bracelet for himself. He said that “I was running pretty good starting three handed so it didn’t take too long to complete the game”.
First player busted from the final table of 9 remained players was Dustin Sitar who made $16,726 from the tournament and completed his journey at ninth place.
Eighth and seventh positions of this prestigious event belong to pro poker player known as Martin Corpuz and Scott Bullerand they pocketed $21,839 and $28,948 from the game respectively.
Final result of event#4 of 2017 WSOP:-
1st: Benjamin Zamani, $238,620 (183.3)
2nd: Jared Hemingway, $147,428 (156.1)
3rd: Alex Ferrari, $103,471 (138.8)
4th: Ryan Paluf, $73,647 (123.9)
5th: Gary Vick, $53,171 (111.1)
6th: Forrest Auel, $38,946 (100.2)
7th: Scott Buller, $28,948 (90.8)
8th: Martin Corpuz, $21,839 (82.6)
9th: Dustin Sitar, $16,726 (75.6)