Scott Seiver won the Event #10: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship for $426,744 at the 2024 World Series of Poker for his fifth WSOP gold bracelet. He now joins Daniel Alaei, David Chiu, Eli Elezra, Adam Friedman, Benny Glaser, Michael Mizrachi, John Monnette, and Scotty Nguyen as five-time WSOP bracelet winnings. This victory also marked his third largest score at the WSOP and also saw him move to 30th on the All-Time Money List with more than $26 million, according to The Hendon Mob.

The $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship attracted 197 entrants and created a prize pool of $1,832,100 in prize money, which paid the final 30 players. Day 3 would see the final two players play under the bright lights of the Horseshoe feature table, with several levels of play livestreamed on PokerGO. Play ended on Day 3 with just four players remaining and Seiver holding the chip lead over Jonathan Cohen, Calvin Anderson, and Paul Zappulla. 

Day 4 began with Zappulla being eliminated in fourth place when he ran into the quads of Anderson, who now held the chip lead. All three players would take their turn holding the chip lead during an intense five-hour battle before Anderson was eliminated in third place when his queens ran into the aces and a low of Seiver. Seiver would enter heads-up play against Cohen with a three-to-one chip advantage and immediately began chipping away at the Canadian. With his foot on the gas, he would eventually eliminate Cohen in second place when he rivered a straight against Cohen's two pair.

Seiver collected his fifth WSOP bracelet to add to his collection, which includes victories in 2008, 2018, 2019, and 2022, where he won Event #3: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout for $320,059. Regarded as one of the best high-stakes cash game players in Las Vegas, he has dedicated more time to cash games than tournaments over the years. Having side bets heading into the 2024 WSOP, Seiver is on a mission to show that he is one of the best all-around poker players in the world, with aspirations to prove to his peers and the public.

2024 WSOP Event #10: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship Results

Place Player Country Prize PGT Points
1st Scott Seiver United States $426,744 427
2nd Jonathan Cohen Canada $284,495 284
3rd Calvin Anderson United States $197,582 198
4th Paul Zappulla United States $140,273 140
5th Sami Saad El-Dein United States $101,853 102
6th Benny Glaser United Kingdom $75,678 76
7th Jake Schwartz United States $57,570 58
8th Jared Bleznick United States $44,864 45

Event #10 of the 2024 WSOP was the second PGT-qualifying event of the series, and with Seiver's victory, he now climbs to 19th on the PGT leaderboard with 427 PGT points. Cohen moves into 39th place, while Anderson sits in 60th place. John Hennigan's 17th-place finish earned him 21 PGT points, and he now sits in 30th overall on the PGT leaderboard with 311 PGT points.

The next eligible WSOP event to earn PGT points is Event #13: $10,000 Dealer's Choice Championship, running from June 3-5, and Event #19: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship from June 5-7.

PGT Leaderboard Top 10

Rank Player PGT Points Wins Cashes Winnings
1st David Coleman 1,304 4 11 $999,200
2nd Aram Zobian 1,131 2 11 $1,000,090
3rd Dylan Weisman 1,126 3 10 $1,155,640
4th Daniel Negreanu 896 1 11 $776,750
5th Samuli Sipila 749 2 4 $776,140
6th Stephen Chidwick 711 1 8 $847,875
7th Kristen Foxen 678 1 5 $463,025
8th Joey Weissman 643 1 7 $642,950
9th Jesse Lonis 634 1 9 $632,00
10th Jonathan Little 591 2 5 $771,850

These are the leaderboard standings as of Tuesday, June 4, 2024. The complete and current PGT leaderboard is at pgt.com/leaderboard.

Event #10: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship attracted a 197-entrant field and created a prize pool of $1,832,100. The final 30 players finished in the money, and those picking up PGT points included Anthony Zinno (28th), Ray Henson (24th), Shaun Deeb (22nd), Dario Sammartino (19th), John Hennigan (17th), Naoya Kihara (16th), Robert Mizrachi (14th), and John Racener (11th).

The latter stages of Day 3 of Event #10: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship was livestreamed on PokerGO, while frequent check-ins were made during the Event #5: $1,000 Mystery Millions final table. To relive the action, please visit PokerGO.com.

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