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Event #21: $1,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better
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Abrams Leads the Pack into Day 2 of Event #21: $1,500 Mixed Omaha

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Scott Abrams

Scott Abrams of Henderson, Nevada is the chip leader after Day 1 of Event #21: $1,500 Mixed Omaha at the 2021 World Series of Poker. The three-game mixed-format attracted 641 entries and 199 players will return for Day 2 on Monday, October 11. The field generated an $855,735 prize pool from which the winner will take home $170,269.

Abrams is seeking his first WSOP bracelet. He has seven top-ten finishes at the WSOP, all of which have come in mixed game varieties. Abrams’ best finish at the WSOP came when he took fifth in 2019 in Event #60: Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo.

Abrams leads a field of well-known mixed game specialists into Day 2. Among the leaders after Day 1 are Ari Engel (230,000), PJ Cha (215,000), Nathaniel Katzoff (222,500), and Cody Scherer (207,000). Other notable names bagging for Day 2 include Daniel Negreanu (147,000), John Monnette (103,500), Randy Ohel (83,500), Dylan Linde (106,500), and Derek McMaster (162,500).

Final Payouts

PlacePrize PlacePrize PlacePrize
1$170,269 12-14$8,521 71-77$2,650
2$105,235 15-21$6,846 78-96$2,423
3$71,651 22-28$5,627   
4$49,733 29-35$4,734   
5$35,204 36-42$4,079   
6$25,424 43-49$3,601   
7$18,740 50-56$3,260   
8-9$14,104 57-63$3,028   
10-11$10,844 64-70$2,839   

Players will return for Day 2 at 2 p.m. on Monday, October 11. Blinds will begin in Level 16 at 1,000/2,000 with an ante of 2,000 and limits are 2,000/4,000. Day 2 will play 10 levels of 60 minutes each. Day 3 will play down to a winner on Tuesday, October 12.

This concludes coverage of Day 1. Be sure to keep it here with the PokerNews live reporting team for updates on all the action as it happens at the 2021 WSOP.

Tags: Ari EngelCody SchererDaniel NegreanuDerek McMasterDylan LindeJohn MonnettePj ChaRandy OhelScott Abrams