Dylan Weisman Wins U.S. Poker Open Event #10 For $416,500

Dylan Weisman is relatively the pot-limit Omaha knowledgeable. He laid extra proof to that with a $416,500 victory in Match #10: $25,000 Pot-Prohibit Omaha on the 2022 U.S. Poker Open.

Weisman entered Saturday’s ultimate desk with the chip lead and not gave it up, knocking out all 5 of his combatants to get the win. Weisman additionally busted Chris Brewer in 7th position to finish Day 1. In any case, Weisman crowned Cary Katz in heads-up play, with Katz selecting up $269,500 in prize cash.

All the way through the 2022 U.S. Poker Open, Weisman has finishes of 5th in Match #2: $10,000 Pot-Prohibit Omaha for $61,600, 5th in Match #4: $10,000 Giant Wager Combine for $42,400, 6th in Match #8: $15,000 Pot-Prohibit Omaha for $60,300 along with the win he earned in Match #10. No longer best have the ones effects put $580,800 in Weisman’s pocket, however he’s tallied 414 issues for the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard and is these days 6th with two occasions to head.

2022 U.S. Poker Open Match #10 Effects

Position Participant Nation Prize
1 Dylan Weisman United States $416,500
2 Cary Katz United States $269,500
3 Ali Imsirovic Bosnia and Herzegovina $183,750
4 Matthew Wantman United States $134,750
5 Stephen Chidwick United Kingdom $98,000
6 Isaac Kempton United States $73,500

Match #10: $25,000 PLO drew a box of 49 entries and created a prize pool of $1,225,000. The highest seven spots completed within the cash. Sam Soverel was once eradicated at the cash bubble after which Chris Brewer completed in 7th position for $49,000. All gamers to money earned each U.S. Poker Open and PGT leaderboard issues.

How Weisman Received Match #10

Dylan Weisman closed Day 1 with the chip lead atop the overall six gamers. Weisman knocked out Chris Brewer in 7th position to complete Day 1 and put 2,480,000 chips within the bag. He by no means misplaced the highest spot from there, getting rid of all 5 of his combatants on Saturday to get the victory.

Weisman first knockout out Isaac Kempton when he subsidized right into a flush towards Kempton’s pair of aces. Even supposing Kempton wound up with a sixth-place end on this match, he did select up 44 PGT leaderboard issues to increase his lead at the season leaderboard.

After Kempton, Weisman busted Stephen Chidwick in 5th position, with Chidwick including $98,000 to his bankroll. Matthew Wantman was once subsequent to head, hitting the rail in fourth position for $134,750. Wantman were given the final of his chips in on a queen-seven-two flop. He had queen-jack-ten-seven for 2 pair towards the queen-nine-six-three for Weisman. Any other queen at the flip gave Wantman a complete area, however then a 9 at the river advanced Weisman to a awesome complete area.

Ali Imsirovic, final season’s PGT champion, then fell in 3rd position. He were given his cash in on a king-four-three flop with the king-ten-eight-five. Imsirovic was once up towards Weisman who had the ace-king-nine-nine. No lend a hand got here for Imsirovic and he was once out in 3rd position for $183,750.

The event got here right down to heads-up play between Weisman and Cary Katz. Weisman had 4,935,000 in chips to Katz’s 2,415,000.

With the blinds at 30,000-60,000, the overall hand got here up. Weisman was once at the button with ace-eight-five-five with one go well with and limped in. Katz checked his possibility with queen-jack-three-three double suited. The flop was once jack-five-two rainbow, giving Katz most sensible pair and Weisman center set. Katz checked, Weisman wager 80,000, and Katz known as. The flip was once a queen, bettering Katz to 2 pair nevertheless it nonetheless wasn’t excellent. He checked and Weisman wager 340,000. Katz check-raised and the 2 were given the cash within the center. Katz noticed the dangerous information that his most sensible two pair was once at the back of Weisman’s set and was once short of a queen of a jack at the river. The river was once an ace to safe the event victory for Weisman.

Weisman Now 6th On U.S. Poker Open Leaderboard

Dylan Weisman is now 6th at the 2022 U.S. Poker Open leaderboard with 414 issues. Tamon Nakamura stays within the lead with 538 issues. Cary Katz advanced to thirteenth with 202, simply at the back of Stephen Chiwick with 249 issues in twelfth position.

2022 U.S. Poker Open Leaderboard Best 10

Rank Participant Nation Issues
1 Tamon Nakamura Japan 538
2 Alex Foxen United States 488
3 Chino Rheem United States 481
4 Phil Hellmuth United States 464
5 Erik Seidel United States 428
6 Dylan Weisman United States 414
7 Adam Hendrix United States 356
8 Shannon Shorr United States 340
9 Jeremy Ausmus United States 333
10 Ren Lin United States 292

Kempton Extends Lead Atop PGT Leaderboard

Along with his sixth-place end in Match #10: $25,000 PLO on the 2022 U.S. Poker Open, Isaac Kempton picked up 44 PGT issues and prolonged his lead atop the leaderboard. He’s now in first with 1,375 issues. Ali Imsirovic picked up 110 issues and jumped from 5th position to 3rd position, passing Sean Perry and Nick Petrangelo. Cary Katz picked up 162 issues and moved into the highest 10. He’s now 9th with 804 issues.

The highest 21 level earners at the PGT leaderboard will probably be invited to a winner-take-all freezeout event on the finish of the season, with the winner taking house $500,000.

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2022 PGT Leaderboard Best 10

Rank Participant Nation Issues
1 Isaac Kempton United States 1.375
2 Tony Sinishtaj United States 1,250
3 Ali Imsirovic Bosnia and Herzegovina 1,196
4 Sean Perry United States 1,147
5 Nick Petrangelo United States 1,119
6 Jeremy Ausmus United States 1,049
7 Alex Foxen United States 986
8 Alex Livingston Canada 886
9 Cary Katz United States 804
10 Daniel Negreanu Canada 743

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Author: Bradley Watson