Level 33 of Day 4 in event 55, the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship completed in the early hours of Monday morning with Daniel Alaei taking the bracelet – his third – and the main prize of $780,599
 
French ace Ludovic Lacay had looked to be a shoe-in for the winning spot earlier but fell short, ending in fourth place for a paycheck of $262,208. Ville Mattila was eliminated in 3rd place for $354,218, setting the scene for the heads up between French Canadian player Miguel Proulx and Alaei.
 
Alaei used a solid chip advantage to quickly and decisively outplay his Canadian opponent and claim the main prize and his third bracelet, leaving Proulx with a second placing payday of $482,265.