Another side event that played out on Sunday was the $235 buy-in, $20K GTD 6-Max H.O.R.S.E., a tournament that drew 94 runners and offered up a $20,000 prize pool.
Among those to get a piece of it but fall short of the final table were Joe Brandenburg (7th - $660), James Petzing (12th - $440), Jason Somerville (14th - $360), and James Brundige (16th - $360).
The UK’s Adam Owen, who now resides in Mexico City, finished on top to win a shiny RIU trophy and $5,955 first-place prize.
$235 H.O.R.S.E. Final Table Results
|1||Adam Owen||United Kingdom||$5,955|
|2||Richard West||Las Vegas, NV||$3,575|
|3||William Lahti||Hutto, TX||$2,210|
|4||Geraldo Gonzalez||Yuba City, CA||$1,555|
|5||Mark Mazza||Los Angeles, CA||$1,170|
|6||Julio Uribe De Dantia||Talent, OR||$915|