The 2022 World Series of Poker action isn’t just at the Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas, it’s also happening on WSOP.com where another bracelet winner was crowned in the wee hours of the morning online.
After 13 hours of play, it was "PmpknHead" who emerged victorious in WSOP Online Bracelet Event #4: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Max for $141,705.
WSOP Online Bracelet Event #4: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-max Final Table Results
|1||Matt "PmpknHead" Szymaszek||United States||$141,705|
|2||Greg "shpadoones" Koutelidakis||United States||$87,603|
|3||Blake "brat37" Barousse||United States||$61,301|
|4||Thomas "Pohnkemon" Pohnke||United States||$43,552|
|5||Christopher "Goforbrok3" Gallagher||United States||$31,363|
|6||Jeffrey "Jbrownski" Brown||United States||$22,952|
There were a total of 470 entries that generated a prize pool of $712,800. There were 126 players paid, and some of the biggest names in poker took to the virtual felt for the action.
Some of the players to make a deep run but not reach the final table included 16-time bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth, five-time winner Shaun Deeb, PLO specialist Phil Galfond and three-time winner Anthony Zinno.
Final Table Action
It took 11 hours of play to narrow the field to the final six when Nathan Gamble ($17,036) ran into the full house of Jeffrey Brown to go out in seventh.
It would be another hour until Brown ($22,952) himself bowed out in sixth when his two pair could not hold against the rivered flush of Greg Koutelidakis.
"Goforbrok3" ($31,363) got it in good , but a set for "Pohnkemon" on the runout was all she wrote and they exited in fifth. "Pohnkemon" ($43,552) followed shortly after in fourth after running into a massive cooler against "PmpknHead" to be left short and was eliminated minutes later.
Three-handed play lasted an hour as each player found themselves on top of the leaderboard. The average stack was only 17 big blinds deep and then just like that it all ended. "brat337" ($61,301) ran into the set of Koutelidakis and had to settle for third.
Before the players could even get settled into heads up they were all in preflop. "PmpknHead" held a slight chip lead and made a full house to secure the win as Koutelidakis ($87,603) fell just short of his first bracelet.