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After a grueling nine hours under the bright lights on the World Series of Poker feature table at Bally's Event Center Fabian Brandes has won Event #39: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed to lift the prestigious WSOP gold bracelet and pocket $371,358 in prize money.
The German, who now resides in Vienna, Austria, outlasted 719 players that generated a prize pool of $1,919,730. The Omaha specialist defeated Day 2 and Day 3 chip leader Leonid Yanovski heads up to take the crown, much to the absolute delight of his rail. Brandes told PokerNews "It was a rollercoaster of a day! It is unreal to have the bracelet in my hand."
Event #39: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed Final Table Results
Brandes' win came only nine days after he narrowly missed out on a bracelet in Event #19: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller to Tong Li of China, bagging $907,132. The German's total earnings this summer is $1,278,490 from only two tournaments played. Brandes only intends to play one more tournament, Event #69: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-handed Championship to be held July 2nd-5th.
Other than Brandes gaining the first gold bracelet of his career, the big story of the day was the sensational comeback made by Sean Winter. The high stakes specialist who is 31st on poker's all-time money list, was down to 100,000 chips at one point, which was less than one big blind.
Winter, from Jacksonville, Florida, spun up his stack to take the chip lead after winning seven all ins when he was at risk of elimination. Unfortunately, he couldn't complete the miracle victory and finished in third place to take home $156,401.
Final Table Action
Poland's Grzegorz Derkowski was the first elimination of the day, after nearly four hours of play, when Brandes turned a better two pair than Derkowski. The $55,501 payday is the second-biggest cash of the foosball enthusiast's career.
Making his second WSOP final table in a week, Hungarian Ferenc Deak went one position better than he did in Event #30: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed by finishing fifth. Amateur player Thomas Morrison, who works in Maryland, secured the biggest cash of his life by claiming fourth place for a six-figure score. His previous best was $1,746 back in 2010.
Yanovski will ultimately be disappointed with how the final table panned out. At one stage, the musician from Haifa, Israel, (whose band is called Big Blind Special), had two-thirds of the chips in play.
But the winner is Brandes who was supported with his Super Mario figure card protector and a Mario cap. When asked about the Mario affiliation, Brandes said, "I pretended to be superstitious and this year I chose Mario, and so far he is doing a good job." After a first place and a second place, Brandes will be keeping his lucky figure under lock and key.
This brings an end to the coverage of this tournament and the WSOP has officially handed out half of its 2022 bracelets. Stay tuned to PokerNews to find out who will be next to don a WSOP gold bracelet.
All the money went in on a flop of in a pot of 21,500,000 and the hands were tabled.
Brandes was behind the two-pair of Yanovski and needed a queen, jack or ten to take the lead and win his first bracelet.
The turn erupted the rail of Brandes as he made a straight and only had to dodge a king or nine. The river was icing on the cake for Brandes as he eliminated Yanovski in second place and won his first WSOP bracelet.
In a pot of 3,100,000 on a board showing Fabian Brandes led for 2,000,000 with and Yanovski announced all-in for 8,100,000 with .
"I don't think you're bluffing", said Brandes while in the tank. He eventually let his hand go and the pot was awarded to Yanovski who climbed back to almost even in chips.
Leonid Yanovski opened the action to 900,000 and Fabian Brandes announced pot to put Yanovski all-in. The Israeli made the call and the cards were tabled.
The board ran out giving Yanovski trips and the full double up.
Fabian Brandes called 150,000 more from the small blind with and Leonid Yanovski raised to 900,000 with . Brandes made the call.
The flop came , Yanovski checked and Brandes bet 1,200,000. Yanovski quickly announced pot and Brandes said all in. Yanovski made the call.
Brandes was in the lead with his set of eights but would need to dodge the queens and flush draw of Yanovski. The turn came the and the river securing the double up and massive lead for Brandes.
Leonid Yanovski checked with on a flop of in a pot of 1,350,000 and Brandes bet 450,000 with which was called.
The turn came the and Yanovski checked again. Brandes bet full pot to 1,800,000 and Yanovski made the call.
The completed the board and both players checked. The set of jacks for Yanovski took down the big pot.
Fabian Brandes limped with , Leonid Yanovski raised to 900,000 holding , and Brandes made the call.
The flop came and Brandes bet 1,100,000. Yanovski called.
The landed on the turn to give Brandes a flush which both players checked.
The on the river saw a bet of 2,000.000 from the German. Yanovski folded.
Fabian Brandes opened to 900,000 from the small blind with and Leonid Yanovski made the call with .
The flop came and both players checked. On the turn action was checked by both again.
The completed the board and Brandes bet 1,100,000 after being checked to. Yanovski went in the tank but eventually mucked his hand and Brandes took down another one.
Fabian Brandes bet 750,000 from the small blind with and was called by Leonid Yanovski in the big blind holding .
The flop came and both players checked. The case gave Yanovski a lock on the hand with nines full of jacks. The Israeli bet 600,000 and got a quick call from Brandes.
The fell on the river to improve his boat and bet 1,000,000. Brandes quickly calls again but Yanovski takes down the pot and is within reaching distance of Brandes.