The next hand after Matt Stout doubled, they saw a flop and the chips went in the middle with two pot-sized bets.
Stout was ahead with two pair and a double belly buster draw against bottom pair/flush draw but Kolo’s flush hit on the turn. Stout had four river boat outs but blanked the to go out in second. Kolo finished in the top spot to claim a Pot Limit Omaha WSOP Circuit ring along with his Pot Limit Hold’em WSOP bracelet in 2014.
1st: Greg Kolo – $13,860 + Gold Ring
2nd: Matt Stout – $9,240