Tommy Le has captured World Series of Poker gold again by besting a field of 344 entries in Event #45: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship. Le locked up $746,477 in prize money, bringing his WSOP earnings over the $2 million mark. The win not only rewarded Le with his second bracelet but also his second victory in this very event with Le previously winning the PLO Championship in 2017. Le defeated Jordan Spurlin heads up who will take home $461,360 for his second-place finish. He further cemented his status as one of the best PLO tournament players in the history of WSOP with eight official final table appearances and one unofficial final table in a 6-max tournament since 2010. Lára met with Le after his bracelet ceremony to find out what his PLO legacy means to him, how he has developed his “gut instincts” when playing, & what’s next for the Omaha champion.
You can find more on Le’s final table victory here: https://www.pokernews.com/news/2021/10/tommy-le-wsop-pot-limit-omaha-championship-second-40133.htm
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