6/29/10 – Event 46 – the $5,000buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low Split 8 or Better competition also came to a conclusion after three days and the elimination of an entry field of 284 players, reduced to 130 and then 21 on the final day.
 
Despite formidable opposition from the likes of multiple bracelet holders like Erik Seidel, Perry Green, Dave Ulliott and Rob Hollink, it was Chris Bell who ended up in the heads up against Dan Shak, managing to prevail although the chip lead changed several times.
 
Bell’s win was worth $327,040 and his first WSOP bracelet, whilst Shak’s second placing delivered a take-home of $202,142.
 
Already a respected pro, Bell now adds to an impressive record that includes three WSOP final tables.

 

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