The $10,000 H.O.R.S.E final table needed one more day to find a winner on PokerGO. John Hennigan controlled most of the Day 3 action and entered Day 4 with the chip lead over David ‘Bakes’ Baker. The first unscheduled Day 4 of a $10,000 event on the PokerGO schedule resulted in two of the best all-around players in the world competing for legacy and over $400,000.

Baker was playing to attain his third career World Series Of Poker bracelet and Hennigan had number five in mind. The full duration of their heads up match can be found here:


Hennigan extended his lead right away and Baker soon felt the twinge of all-in pain. Baker needed help to rebuild his stack and Hennigan put the dagger in him before he had the chance to get started.

The win for Hennigan comes in his second final table of the week on PokerGO coupled with his finish in the $10,000 2-7 NL Single Draw won by Brian Rast. The replay of that final table is also available on PokerGO in Doyle Brunson’s farewell from the WSOP.

Subscribe to PokerGO today to catch all of the WSOP final table action. A complete streaming schedule can be found here. Next up is the $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha final table.

2018 WSOP $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Payouts
Name Country Payout
1 John Hennigan USA $414,692
2 David ‘Bakes’ Baker USA $256,297
3 Laith Salem USA $179,216
4 Iraj Parvizi UK $127,724
5 Randy Ohel USA $92,808
6 Albert Daher Lebanon $68,783
7 Daniel Zack USA $52,016
8 Mike Noori USA $40,155
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