Benny Glaser has succeeded in winning his second WSOP title.
The three-day $1,500 Buy-In Omaha High-Low Split Tournament, held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, was successful for Benny Glaser, a professional poker player from the United Kingdom.
The winner pocketed $244,103, which seems to be one of the largest amounts obtained in his career. In general, the total prize of the tournament was equal to 1,260,900 dollars.
It is interesting to note that the $1,500 Buy-In Deuce-to-Seven Draw Lowball Tournament brought him the first gold bracelet.
Mr. Glaser managed to beat such reputable and top-rated professional poker players as Max Pescatori (an 8th-place finish and $22,517), Brandon Shack-Harris (a 5th-place finish and $54,680), and Phillip Hui (a 4th-place finish and $75,627).
Benny Glaser and Benjamin Gold faced each other in the final heads-up series. They could beat 932 opponents to reach this round.
The $1,500 Buy-In Omaha High-Low Split Tournament was the 26th competition in the timetable of World Series of Poker. So, forty-three titles of 2016 are still waiting for their winners.