The 2020 World Series of Poker Online hosted the second Omaha event of the series on Wednesday with Event #37: $1,050 Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha. A total of 971-entrants would create a prize pool of $971,000, and it would be Andy Lee topping the field to collect the $161,886 first-place prize
Andy Lee raised his button to 14,000 and Luc Greenwood called from out of the small blind. The flop landed [Ac4c5c] and Greenwood checked. Lee continued for 10,000 and Greenwood folded.
The board showed [as][qd][9h][5c] and Kristen Bicknell bet 7,000 from the small blind. Andy Lee called from the big blind. The [ad] completed the board and Bicknell splashed out 36,000. Lee called shortly after. Bicknell declared she had a queen before tabling [qc][8s] for two pair. Lee mucked his hand
With roughly 55,000 in the middle and the board reading [7d4h7h6cQs], Aaron Van Blarcum bet out 45,000 from the big blind. Andy Lee is in middle position, and he used a time extension and then called. Van Blarcum tabled his [KsQc] for two pair, and Lee mucked.
On a flop of [ks][5s][ad] Andy Lee checked from the big blind. Alex Foxen bet 6,000 from the button. Lee called. The [6h] dropped on the turn and Lee check-called another bet totalling 24,000 from Foxen. The [7s] completed the board and Lee checked for a third time. Foxen bet