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In PLO Mix Max, the poker professional bests Lacay
Noah Schwartz, the poker professional, won his first winners bracelet from World Series of Poker throughout the weekend after several attempt at winning the so much desired jewelery.
He played at the Pot-Limit Omaha Mix Max event with a buy-in of EUR 3,250 at the European World Series of Poker that takes place currently in France and mastered a significant advantage in chips to best his opponent Ludovic Lacay in the final clash of events of the heads up after both men won their matches of the semi-final.
The heads up between Lacay and Schwartz, in which Schartz began with a disadvantage of 2 to 1, was an astonishing finale to a great event that attracted the attention of the railbirds and kept them entertaining.
He battled his way through a deficit of chips to gain a complete supremacy over his opponent and win the match. Schwartz took home the bracelet of the winner and the EUR 104,580 award, which left his opponent with the EUR 64,600 runner up prize.
The bracelet of Schwartz came as a result of a respected and long professional playing career with earnings of some USD 4 million which until now has nevertheless denied him the opportunity to win a WSOP bracelet.
Other finalists from the event were Vitaly Lunkin of Russia who placed third and Juri Merivirta of Finland who secured a fourth place. Both of them took home EUR 34,500.