Eli Elezra outlasted a stacked field of 68 entrants that included Steve Zolotow and Daniel Negreanu at the final table to claim his first live tournament win since capturing his third career World Series of Poker bracelet in 2019. Elezra collected $183,600 for his win making this the fifth-biggest score
No Limit Hold'em Daniel Negreanu told us how the action folded to him in the small blind and he moved all-in for 680,000. David 'ODB' Baker made the call with ace-nine and Negreanu watched as his pocket sixes held up.
No-Limit Hold'em Action Richard Sklar in the small blind and he opened to 90,000. David Baker was in the big blind and called. The flop fell [Ts2hTh], and Baker checked. Sklar fired for 110,000, and Baker called. The turn [7c] hit the felt, and Baker checked again. Sklar fired for 175,000,
No-Limit Hold'em Alan Richardson opened to 75,000 from early position and action folded to David Baker in the big blind, and he moved all-in. Richardson used all of his shot clock, and he called. Richardson: [QsTs] Baker: [AcAh] The flop fell [AsAd3c], and Baker flopped quads. The turn [9s] and the river [Kh]
Omaha Hi-Lo Eli Elezra raised to 50,000 from under the gun and was called by all four players at the table to see a [2d2h3h] flop. After Gorodinsky checked the small blind, Alan Richardson bet out 25,000 from the big blind and Elezra, Richard Sklar, and Gorodinsky called, while David "ODB" Baker
Stud Eli Elezra opened to 20,000, and David Baker was in the bring-in and called. Elezra bet on fourth street, and Baker raised. Elezra called. Baker fired on fifth, sixth, and seventh streets, and Elezra called on all streets. Baker tabled [6c2s4h] for two pair sixes and deuces, and Elezra mucked.