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Tanner “bamatide88” Bibat Takes Down Event #11: $400 PLO 6-Max ($29,459)


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On Saturday night, the 2022 World Series of Poker Online Event #11: $400 PLO 6-Max attracted 172 players who rebought 193 times. The 365-entry field generated a $131,400 prize pool, and after only seven and a half hours of play, it was Tanner “bamatide88” Bibat coming out on top to win a $29,459 first-place prize and his first career gold bracelet.

According to The Hendon Mob, this is Bibat’s fourth biggest score and biggest on the virtual felts. This victory will add to his already $244,869 in tournament earnings.

Many notables joined the PLO streets and some of the players to make a deep run but not reach the final table included 2012 Main Event Champion Greg “DustedYou” Merson (29th – $1,497), popular Twitch streamer Jeff “MahaKala108” Gross (18th – $1,524), and six-time bracelet winner Daniel “DNegs” Negreanu (11th – $1,655)

WSOP Online Bracelet Event #11 Final Table Results

Rank Player Country Prize
1 Tanner “bamatide88” Bibat United States $29,459
2 Arkadiy “Crocofantos” Tsinis United States $21,024
3 Matthew “HuniDeGrande” Stone United States $15,019
4 “iheartco0kie” United States $10,801
5 “kahlil98” United States $7,831
6 Alan “PhilIvey” Engel United States $5,676

Final Table Action

The official six-handed final table got off to an action-packed start. Alan “PhilIvey” Engel found himself all in preflop after losing with aces against kings the hand before and made trip aces but fell to the better kicker of Matthew “HuniDeGrande” Stone and was eliminated in sixth place.

The next to go in fifth was “kahlil98” when they were all in on a combo draw and couldn’t improve against the two-pair for Bibat. A few more hands went by before “iheartco0kie” was all in with an overpair against two-pair for Bibat, sending them out in fourth place.

Stone was the next casualty when their flopped set was up against a straight for Bibat and eliminated them in third place.

Heads-up play started with Bibat having a 4-1 chip lead against Arkadiy “Crocofantos” Tsinis and all the chips went in fairly quickly. Tsinis had two-pair on the river against a full house for Bibat who put Tsinis all in. After some thought, Tsinis made the call and would have to settle for runner-up position as the full-house for Bibat scored the victory.

Tanner Bibat Wins Event #11
Tanner Bibat Takes It Down

That’s a wrap here at Event #11: $400 PLO 6-Max. Be sure to stick with PokerNews as we continue to bring you full coverage of this series on WSOP.com!

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