Tommy Le has won the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship at 2017 World Series of poker and took home a massive $938,732 from this winning.
It was his first gold bracelet win this year and that makes his earnings to over $2.5 million. The tournament attracted 428 players but it was a day of Le, who did the job ultimately and became title owner.
Chris Lee becomes the runner of this particular event took place at Rio, Las Vegas who pocketed a sum total of amount $580,177, while third position of the match goes to a pro poker player named Hani Mio, who took home $397,836.
Tommy Le has done very well in his previous matches. Last year he completed his journey being second in the $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha championship and third in the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha. He finished at third position in a game of buy-in $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha as well.
The final table of this particular tournament was filled by some of the top professional poker player 9sespecially Omaha players) like Scott Clements and Jason DeWitt. They both were searching for their third gld bracelet here at onging WSOP, but Scott Clements finished at fourth position for a total winning share of amount $277,768, while Jason DeWitt finished at fifth place for a total winning share of amount $197,533.
Another November Niner named Eoghan O’Dea was playing at the final table looking for gold but he finished his game at sixth place and took home $143,128 from the tournament
Final Table Results:
1st: Tommy Le – $938,732
2nd: Chris Lee – $580,177
3rd: Hani Mio – $397,836
4th: Scott Clements – $277,768
5th: Jason DeWitt – $197,533
6th: Eoghan O’Dea – $143,128
7th: Murat Tulek – $105,705
8th: Miltiadis Kyriakides – $79,599