Corrie Wunstel Victorious in WSOP $1,500 Buy-In Pot Limit Omaha Event

Florida poker pro Corrie Wunstel was successful at the World Series of Poker $1,500 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha event taking the first place prize of $267,435.

Tom Schneider, Max Pescatori, Noah Schwartz and Jonathan Little cashed from the $1.32 million prize pool but didn't score a seat at the final table.

Kevin Saul, Jim Karambinis, Peter Levine, Marvic Colvin, Makrus Cara, Bryce Fox, Kevin Allen and Ke Chao Ni reached the final table with Wunstel.

Wunstel entered the heads up holding a 2 to 1 advantage against Kevin Saul.

Saul finished in second place with $165,147 leaving Wunstel to claim his first WSOP bracelet.

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  • Alexa Alexa


    Congratulations to Corrie Wunstel.It is never easy to win a World series of poker event.He is very experienced and he had no problems when he got to heads up with Kevin Saul. Wunstel is good player,he will win even bigger prizes in the futute,at least I think so.

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