2022 World Series of Poker

Event #30: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed
Day: 2
Event Info

2022 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
125,000 / 250,000
Players Info - Day 2
Players Left

Event #30: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed Day 2 Concludes With 10 Players Left

Level 27 : 40,000/80,000, 80,000 ante
2022 WSOP Gold Bracelet
2022 WSOP Gold Bracelet

Day 2 of Event #30: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed has concluded with only 10 players remaining from an original field of 1,891. Day 2 saw 108 hopefuls return for their bid to make the final table. The original plan was to play down to the final six players, however, the decision was made to stop at the end of Level 27 instead. Day 3 resumes at noon on June 16 and continues until a champion is crowned.

Ending the day with the chip lead was none other than Daniel Weinman with 6,420,000 chips, or 64 big blinds if you prefer. Weinman is a WSOP Circuit ring winner and has come close to securing a coveted WSOP bracelet several times, but one still eludes him. Weinman now has another crack of the whip in this event.

Also through to the final day's proceedings are such luminaries as Chino Rheem (4,855,000), Stephen Song (2,665,000), and German grinder Oliver Weis (1,610,000), who online poker fans will know better as "sk2ll_m0dR".

Event #30: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed FInal Day's Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Daniel WeinmanUnited States6,420,00064
2Eduardo Bernal SanchezColombia4,940,00049
3Chino RheemUnited States4,855,00048
4Germandio AndoniUnited States4,555,00045
5Jamey HendricksonUnited States4,495,00045
6Ruslan DykshteynUnited States3,200,00032
7Ferenc DeakHungary2,850,00028
8Stephen SongUnited States2,665,00026
9Oliver WeisGermany1,610,00016
10Lautaro GuerraSpain1,300,00013

Several notable players crashed out during the Day 2 action. These included Ryan Laplante (11th), Maurice Hawkins (12th), Cole Ferraro (21st), Dylan Weisman (24th), James Dempsey (29th), Anthony Denove (37th) and Marcel Vonk (49th).

The remaining few players are hoping to lock up the first place prize $255,359 and get their hands on a 2022 World Series of Poker bracelet . All players have locked up at least $18,396 for their efforts thus far.

Action will continue from Bally's at 12:00 p.m. PT on June 16 from Bally's Las Vegas. Join us here on PokerNews for all the live updates as we head into the final table and crown this event's champion.