$240 Omaha H/L (Re-entry)
After playing a dozen hands heads up, Michael Moed extends his chip lead from 35k to 100k over Allen Green when the two make a deal with Moed holding a 2.5 to 1 advantage.
Moed gives up $500 from the $4,000 top prize to earn the victory during the Lucky Hearts Poker Open.
“It feels great,” says Moed who picks up his second cash of the series. “They all feel great. Whether you’re playing against 10 people or a $10K buy-in, the goal is to win, that’s why we play.”
This Moed’s 7th career recorded live title and he goes back-to-back after winning this event last year when he chopped heads-up during the Lucky Hearts series at Hollywood.
Moed, who earned $3,500 for the win, finished in fourth place in the Pot Limit Omaha event earlier in the series.