6/15/10 – In the latest events completed in the 41st World Series of Poker in Las Vegas a slew of aces fell in the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better World Championship, whilst Phil Hellmuth and Tom Dwan are still chasing elusive bracelets; Hellmuth to enter the record books with a 12th piece of jewellery, and Dwan to win some impressive side bets by taking home his first.
 
Monday saw the third day of event 23, the $2,500 buy-in Limit Hold'Em Six Handed concluded in another marathon session in which a winner was finally decided.
 
Russ ‘Dutch’ Boyd prevailed against a star-laden original field to claim his second gold bracelet and the $234,065 first-place prize nine levels deep into the night, after a tough heads up against New Jersey pro Brian Meinders. It was a remarkable achievement, bearing in mind that Boyd went into the heads up with a 4 to 1 chip disadvantage against a talented opponent.
 
Boyd's first WSOP bracelet was achieved in 2006 in a six-handed NLHE event in which he was victorious against main event champion Joe Hachem.

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Albert Minnullin, who hails from Moscow, Russia finished third.