The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker continued Tuesday with Event #43: $10,000 Short Deck No-Limit Hold'em Championship attracting a 130-entrant field which created a $1,261,000 prize pool. Mexico's Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb would defeat Belarusian Mikita Badziakouski heads-up to win his first WSOP bracelet and the $276,393 first-place
Stud Hi-Lo Dan Shak had the bring-in and Stephen Chidwick completed. Isaac Baron called, as did Shak. Shak led on fourth and only Baron called, and when he bet fifth, Baron folded. Shak: [XxXx] / [2c7c6s] Chidwick: [XxXx] / [8cTd] (folded on fourth) Baron: [XxXx] / [7s4h8h]
Omaha Hi-Lo Cary Katz raised to 8,000 in the cutoff and Eli Elezra called on the button. Both Dan Shak and Max Pescatori came along from the blinds as the [9s7c8s] flop checked through. The turn landed the [9h] and after Shak checked, Pescatori bet 8,000. Katz, Elezra, and Shak all folded,
Razz Cary Katz had the bring-in and Dan Shak completed. Nick Salem raised, and after Katz folded, Shak called. Shak took the betting lead on fourth, fifth, and sixth streets with Salem calling each time. Shak: [XxXx] / [4x3xTx5x] / [Xx] Salem: [XxXx] / [7x8xKx6x] / [Xx] On seventh, both players checked, and Shak tabled
In first position, Brandon Adams shoved all in for 429,000 before Dan Shak shoved over the top for 508,000. From the button, John Cynn called all in for 100,000. Cynn: [JhJs] Adams: [Qc8c] Shak: [AdQs] The board ran out [JcTcTd7h9s] and Cynn scooped the main pot to triple up, while Adams won the side
Dan Shak was all in from the button for 100,000 against Jonathan Depa. Shak: [KsQd] Depa: [KhTs] The dealer spread the [9cKcQcJdAh] board and Depa's straight forced Shak to use an add-on.
Both Dan Shak and Thai Ha found themselves all in against Todd Ivens. Ha: [KhJh] Shak: [AdQc] Ivens: [AhKc] The board ran out [9hAc8h7hJs] and Ha turned a flush and won the main pot for a triple up, while Ivens eliminated Shak and took the side pot.