Dylan Weisman finished in first place in PGT Mixed Games II Event #6: $10,200 Dealer's Choice. Weisman topped the field of 49 entries to win $156,400.

Weisman came into the final day of play facing a heads-up match against Craig Chait. It wasn't the first time these two met in heads-up action of a tournament. Back in 2021 at the World Series of Poker, Weisman defeated Chait in heads-up play to win the $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha event for $166,461. In this PGT Mixed Games II event, Weisman came into heads-up play behind in chips but he fought back to get the win and once again bettered Chait in heads-up play.

In the heads-up match against Chait, Weisman won almost all of the hands that were played. It was his day and the result reflected that. In the end, Weisman backed into the nut flush in a hand of pot-limit Omaha hi-lo and got Chait to call it off with the nut straight.

PGT Mixed Games II Event #6 Results

Place Player Country Prize Points
1st Dylan Weisman United States $156,400 167
2nd Craig Chait United States $118,000 108
3rd Walter Chambers United States $73,500 74
4th David Funkhouser United States $53,900 54
5th John Monnette United States $39,200 39
6th Dan Shak United States $29,400 29
7th Andrew "A.J. Kelsall United States $19,600 20

PGT Mixed Games II Series Leaderboard Top 10

With the victory, Dylan Weisman picked up 167 PGT points and now has 210 on the series. That puts him third on the PGT MIxed Games II series leaderboard, behind leader Chino Rheem (287 points) and David Funkhouser (241 points). Weisman as one win, two cashes, and $199,600 in winnings this series.

Rank Player Wins Cashes Winnings PGT Points
1 Chino Rheem 1 3 $287,000 287
2 David Funkhouser 1 2 $241,000 241
3 Dylan Weisman 1 2 $199,600 210
4 Dzmitry Urbanovich 1 1 $179,200 179
5 Nick Schulman 1 2 $166,800 167
6 Paul Volpe 0 1 $136,800 137
7 Daniel Negreanu 0 1 $117,600 118
8 Andres Korn 0 1 $114,000 114
9 Eli Elezra 0 2 $108,000 108
10 Craig Chait 0 1 $118,000 108

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