World Series of Poker Europe

Event 37 - $10,000 Omaha Hi-Low World Championship

Level Info

Level 25
Blinds 30,000 / 60,000
Ante 0
Event 37 - $10,000 Omaha Hi-Low World Championship
Day 3 Completed

Event #37 is History!

235 of the world's best Omaha Hi-Lo players entered this $10,000 buy-in Omaha Hi-Lo World Championship. A lot of big names made a run at the title, but in the end it was David Benyamine who took the title. Benyamine claims his first WSOP bracelet and $535,687. Congratulations to David Benyamine, Omaha Hi-Lo World Champion.

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David Benyamine Wins Event 37 - $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo World Championship ($535,687)

David Benyamine Wins!
David Benyamine Wins!
Congratulations to David Benyamine for taking out Event 37 - $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo World Championship. David was prominent for the majority of the tournament and once Mike Matusow was removed from the final table, David completely dominated. He was an unstoppable force that the other players simply couldn't match.

This is David's first WSOP bracelet and he also pockets a handy $535,687 for his efforts.

Congratulations David Benyamine!

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Greg Jamison Eliminated in 2nd Place ($331,350); David Benyamine Wins!

Greg Jamison - 2nd Place
Greg Jamison - 2nd Place
David Benyamine raised it up from the button and Greg Jamison reraised for the last of his chips. Benyamine made the call.

Jamison: {Q-Hearts}{K-Hearts}{6-Diamonds}{2-Spades}
Benyamine: {10-Clubs}{10-Hearts}{Q-Clubs}{3-Hearts}

The flop arrived {9-Spades}{J-Spades}{10-Diamonds} to give Jamison the nuts with the straight but Benyamine had flopped a set of tens.

Calls from the rail to pair the board were answered when the {J-Hearts} landed on the turn to give Benyamine a full house and a lock in the hand.

The {3-Diamonds} fell on the river and David Benyamine is our champion!

Greg Jamison is eliminated after a wonderful tournament in 2nd place for $331,350

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Benyamine Dominating

In a series of recent pots David Benyamine has been able to dismantle Greg Jamison one pot at a time. Benyamine has chipped away in a series of small pots where he has taken most of them down without a showdown. In the hands that went to showdown Benyamine is showing the goods.

Jamison is down to under 300,000. This one could be all over very shortly.

Bad Mojo?

Although the chips and cards seem to have been drawn to David Benyamine like a magnet, Greg Jamison has just decided to move away from the eight-seat that was next to Benyamine, to the other end of the table in the two-seat for a more traditional heads up play atmosphere.

Will the change of scene make all the difference?