• June 18, 2021

2014 WSOP APAC Day 6

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Australian Poker Hall of Fame legend Jeff Lisandro has written yet another chapter in one of the poker world’s most decorated resumes by winning his sixth WSOP bracelet in the $1,650 Pot Limit Omaha Event at the 2014 World Series of Poker Asia Pacific (WSOP APAC).
Lisandro’s historical win wasn’t the only thing happening at Crown Melbourne, as Brandon Shack-Harris got his groove on in the AU$1,650 No-Limit Hold’em Terminator event and reached the final table. The big, badAU$5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha event also kicked off with a star-studded field.
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This victory on home soil elevates Lisandro into elite company as part of the top ten all-time leading bracelet winners list, joining the likes ofJay Heimowitz, Layne Flack, TJ Cloutier, Ted Forrest and Daniel Negreanu on six WSOP bracelets
AU$1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha
In and out in less than three hours. That’s how efficiently Australian Poker Hall of Fame member Jeff Lisandro executed the capturing of his sixth WSOP gold bracelet. In doing so, Lisandro earned the AU$51,660 top prize and joined the likes of TJ Cloutier, Layne Flack, Ted Forrest, Jay Heimowitz, and Daniel Negreanu as the other massively accomplished players with that many pieces of WSOP hardware.
Lisandro started the day well-placed among a tough final six that also included two other members of the Australian Poker Hall of Fame in Jason Gray and Gary Benson and it was fireworks from the very first hand of the day.
Final Table Results

Place Player Prize (AU$)
1 Jeff Lisandro $51,660
2 Jason Gray $31,931
3 Zane Ly $22,771
4 Gary Benson $16,563
5 Paul Sharbanee $12,282
6 Paul Mac $9,282
7 Stephen Woodhead $7,146
8 Oliver Gill $5,603

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