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PokerGO Tour PLO Series II adds two new winners

PokerGO Tour PLO Series II adds two new winners

Adam Hendrix and Bryce Yockey have added their names to the winners list

Two more players have picked up tournament wins at the PokerGO Tour’s second Pot-Limit Omaha Series in Las Vegas. Adam Hendrix and Bryce Yockey recently took victories in the series that began on October 19 at the PokerGO Studio, which wraps up with the $25,200 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship on October 29.

Sixty-five players entered Event #6: $10,100 Pot-Limit Omaha Dealer’s Choice on Monday, which played down to the final five before ending play for the night. Joao Simao and Alex Foxen advanced to the final table and will play for the $182,000 top prize when play resumes.

Five players have won events so far, including Matthew Wantman, who took the $5,100 Pot-Limit Omaha event over 172 players for $150,500.

Eelis Parssinen took the second PLO series event in the $7,600 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty for a $149,000 first-place prize, along with a few bounties, overcoming 149 players. He’s since added two more cashes, for a total of three through the first five events.

Stephen Hubbard would win the $10,100 Pot-Limit Omaha event over 102 entrants to win $231,750. The Utah native also cashed almost $30,000 in another PLO series event after previously having $150,000 in live tournament winnings before the series, according to The Hendon Mob.

Hendrix won the fourth series event, beating 101 players in the $15,100 Pot-Limit Omaha Progressive Bounty for $172,170, plus bounties, to increase his lifetime cashes to almost $5.3 million. Yockey would later take the $10,100 Pot-Limit Omaha title over 114 entrants to win $239,400. The WSOP bracelet winner is now over $4 million in live tournament winnings.

Five events remain at the PokerGO Tour PLO Series II, with action resuming in Event #7: $10,100 Pot-Limit Omaha on Thursday.

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