Pot Limit Omaha took center stage on PokerGO today and Keith Lehr won the $25,000 event to pick up $333,000. Lehr opened the final table with the unenviable task of defeating Poker Masters points leader Brandon Adams, who started the day as the chip leader.

The only PLO event on the Poker Masters schedule brought a specialist laden field with $25,000 WSOP runner-up Ben Yu among the finalists. Joining them was PLO pro Jonathan Depa, Dan Shak, and Event 1 sixth-place finisher Isaac Haxton.

Relive the entire final table here:

Shak exited in sixth following a long trudge at the start of final table play. Adams followed close behind with Yu sending him off. The 90 points earned by Adams gives him 510 total and a sizable lead over David Peters and Lehr for second place.

The PokerGO break desk honed in on Adams’ run during the broadcast. Jeff Platt, Maria Ho, and Brent Hanks stood in to break down the Pot Limit Omaha action.

Lehr and Depa wound up in heads up play after Haxton and Yu were felted right after the other. Haxton picked up 120 points for fourth place and is up to 180 points overall in the Poker Masters series.

A double up for Lehr at the start of the match all but clinched the title for the two-time WSOP bracelet winner. A few hands later, victory was Lehr’s and he picked up valuable points in the chase for the Purple Jacket.

Short Deck is the game of the day on Tuesday when the final table airs on PokerGO at 4 PM ET. Find out what the best players in the world are saying including Jason Koon.

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Poker Masters Event 3 Results
Name Points Payout
1 Keith Lehr 300 $333,000
2 Jonathan Depa 210 $222,000
3 Ben Yu 150 $148,000
4 Isaac Haxton 120 $92,500
5 Brandon Adams 90 $74,000
6 Dan Shak 60 $55,500
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