WSOP 2013 Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Event #25 won by Danny Fuhs
June 18, 2013 in 2013 WSOP news
After several hours of heads up play against Christopher George, Danny Fuhs managed to earn the title and $277,519 prize. 27 players
competed on the three final tables. Players like Dario Alioto, Eric Crain, Huck Seed, Paul Sokoloff that were eliminated in early stages.
On the final two tables of WSOP 2013 Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Event, Todd Barlow, Alexander Kostritsyn, George Danzer, Shawn Buchanan, Julie Schneider, and Mike Matusow missed nearly the chance to make it to the final table. Jonathan Duhamel who won the 2010 event also was eliminated.
At the final table of Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better event Bart Hanson was the first to fall and Ryan Lenaghan followed him in 8th place. Jeff Lisandro, Arthur Kargen, and Viacheslav Zhukov were next to fall and after two more hours of play Brian Hastings lost to Robert Mizrachi, who despite earning Hastings’ stack, was the next to go as the third-place finisher.
In heads-up play, Fuhs and George battled for several hours changing the lead back and forth. Finally after the last break, Christopheropened from the button with a raise and Danny Fuhs three-bet. The two continued to raise each other and George went all in for 185,000 but the board was no good for him and he was left with the second place and the $171,536.
WSOP 2013 Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Event Results.