In Event #27 – the $5 000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha Hi/Lo Split 8 or Better – UK pro Roland De Wolfe triumphed and became only the second player in poker tournament history to win European Poker Tour, World Series of Poker and World Poker Tour titles; only Gavin Griffin has matched that feat.
 
198 players registered for the event, include many professionals such as Andy Black, Scott Clements, Antony Lellouche and Alex Kravchenko. The field generated a prize pool of $470 000. Hey! World's largest poker site giving away $50 free. Visit Pokerstars to claim.
 
The final table consisted of Scott Clements, Roland De Wolfe, Brett Richey, Robert Campbell, Alex Kravchenko, Andy Black, John Racener, Armando Ruiz and Anthony Lellouche
 
Scott Clements started final table play in the chip lead but only managed a third placing finish for $ 101 063, opening the way for the heads up between Roland De Wolfe and Brett Richey, with the former holding an impressive 4 to 1 chip lead over his opponent, leading to a quickly resolved contest. De Wolfe took his first bracelet, the distinction of holding three major titles in a year and $ 246 616 in main prize winnings. Richey collected a runner-up payday of $ 152 618.