Here are the results of the night at the World Series:
|61||$400||COLOSSUS||🇰🇷 Sejin Park||$451,272|
|63||$1,500||Omaha Mix||🇷🇺 Anatolii Zyrin||$199,838|
The huge $400 COLOSSUS with its 13,109 entries crowned the South Korean player Sejin Park. The player won the tournament to mark his first cash in the WSOP. The previous biggest live tournament of the player was a $7,933 first place in Manila.
The Colossus is now our second largest event in entries:
|3||$500||BIG 50 No-Limit Hold’em||$13,509,435||28371|
|19||$1,500||Millionaire Maker – No-Limit Hold’em||$11,892,150||8809|
|34||$1,000||Double Stack No-Limit Hold’em||$5,592,600||6241|
|9||$600||No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack||$3,229,275||6150|
In Event #63: $1,500 Omaha Mix, last year’s winner Yueqi Zhu couldn’t make magic happen again and failed in the second spot for $123,466. He offered the win to the Russian online streamer Anatolii Zyrin (14 WSOP cashes since 2017).
A few notable pros made the money in this $1,500 Omaha Mix, Barry Greenstein making its 7th cash this year.
|🇺🇸 Phil Laak||20th||$7,448||63||$1,500 Omaha Mix|
|🇺🇸 Ryan Riess||21st||$7,448||63||$1,500 Omaha Mix|
|🇺🇸 Barry Greenstein||35th||$4,925||63||$1,500 Omaha Mix|
|🇦🇺 Jeff Lisandro||95th||$2,287||63||$1,500 Omaha Mix|
Event #65: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better has reached the final table and stopped at seven players. Our current podium is composed of Nick Schulman (2 bracelets), Brian Hastings (4 bracelets) and 2005 Main Event champion Joe Hachem!
Today will see the start of the new $1,000 Mini Main Event with its turbo structure and the lovely $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed!