Robert Mizrachi is the new world champion for pot-limit Omaha, and his post-victory interview was done by radio announcer Howard David and Robert Williamson III. Mizrachi then took the usual winner's photos, and he was joined by a very large group of friends and family for a few final shots. Somewhere tonight, there is going to be a very wild party.
Here are the final table payouts:
1st - Robert Mizrachi - $768,889
2nd - Rene Mouritsen - $464,877
3rd - Patrik Antonius - $311,394
4th - Tommy Ly - $209,564
5th - Marco Traniello - $156,435
6th - Doyle Brunson - $123,967
7th - Stephen Ladowsky - $92,975
8th - Jonas Flug-Entin - $69,363
9th - Steve Sung - $50,177
Hand #152 - Rene Mouritsen has the button, he raises to 480,000, and Mizrachi calls. The flop comes , Mizrachi checks, Mouritsen bets, Mizrachi moves all in, and Mouritsen calls with for a diamond flush draw. Mizrachi shows for a set of nines. Mouritsen needs to improve to survive.
The turn card is the , the river card is the , and Robert Mizrachi wins the pot -- and the bracelet -- with a set of nines.
Rene Mouritsen is eliminated in second place, earning $464,877. This was the second time he has finished in second place in the last week or so.
The very large crowd of Mizrachi supporters explodes in celebration as Robert Mizrachi wins Event #50 ($10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha), earning $768,889, a Corum watch, and a coveted WSOP bracelet. The first WSOP bracelet ever won by a Mizrachi.