The first non-hold’em event of the 2021 Poker Masters came to a conclusion on Friday, with Event #3: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha playing down to a winner. Coming out on top of the 69-player field was Adam Hendrix, winning $186,300. Hendrix defeated Matthew Wantman in heads-up play, and it was a long
Eric Worre raised to 6,500 from middle position and Nitis Udornpim called in the hijack. The flop landed [3h9s6d] and Worre check-called a bet of 6,000 as the turn landed the [Ah]. Worre led out for 16,000 and Udornpim called before both players checked the [2c] on the river. Worre tabled his [KhQc],
With the board reading [JcQsJh], Brent Roberts checked. Chris Brewer bet 50,000, and Roberts called. The dealer burned and turned the [9c] and action checked through. The river [4d] completed the board, and Roberts checked. Brewer fired for 175,000, Roberts used all of his shot clock and moved all-in. Brewer
Sam Snead limped in from under the gun and Brent Roberts raised to 8,000 in the hijack. Snead called, and the flop landed [6s6d6c]. Snead check-called a bet of 2,000 as the turn landed the [5s]. Snead checked, Roberts bet 12,000, and Snead called. The river was the [Kd] and Snead checked a
Matthew Wantman moved all-in for his last 34,000 from under the gun and action folded to Brent Roberts in the small blind, and he re-shoved for his remaining 220,000. Ben Yu was in the big blind, and he called. Yu: [AdJdKh7c] Wantman: [As9s5sQc] Roberts: [AhQhQd9h] The board ran out [6h3h4c6sAc], and Yu
Ben Yu raised to 38,000 from under the gun and Brent Roberts moved all-in from the big blind for 65,000. Yu called and tabled his [KdJcTc3c] to be against Roberts' [AhQhTs6h]. The board ran out [3hThQd4h4s] and Roberts collected the double.