Friday June 10,2011 : Event 11, the $10,000 buy-in Omaha Hi-Lo Championship, required another day of play to find a winner, but the bracelet was finally awarded to Viacheslav Zhukov.
 
22 survivors – all that remained from the entry field of 202 – started the third day with George Lind at the top of the leader board, chased hard by Zhukov, and Steve Billirakis at the bottom but still hunting for his second bracelet.
 
Others still active and dangerous included Guillaume Rivet, Mikael Thuritz, Richard Ashby and Josh Arieh.
 
After ten levels, play ended day three with a requirement for an extra day in order for Lind, Billirakis and Zhukov – the final three left in the competition – to decide a winner. Lind and Zhukov were at that point millions ahead, but Billirakis is always dangerous and appeared calm and determined when the extra day of play kicked off.
 
Barely an hour into play Billirakis was out of it, eliminated by Zhukov in a move that left George Lind and Zhukov in the heads up, fighting for the $465 216 first prize in a clash that lasted for three long hours.
 
Finally, at level 32 the exhausted players played their last hands, and it was Zhukov who emerged victorious to claim the main prize and the bracelet – his first.
 
Lind collected a check for $287 444 for his time and trouble.