Hungary's Andras Nemeth recorded the second-biggest victory of his poker career at the 2020 Australian Poker Open by defeating a field of 43 elite entrants into the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha event to take home the $146,200 top prize. Nemeth defeated local Najeem Ajez heads up while sending Event #1
The board showed [th][8s][ah][3s] and a sizeable pot had amassed in the middle of the table. Erik Seidel bet 75,000 from the hijack. Stephen Chidwick moved all in for 333,000 from the cutoff. Seidel used a time extension before making the call with an additional 25,000 behind. Chidwick: [ad][8d] Seidel: [ac][kh] Chidwick
The second event of the 2020 Australian Poker Open was Event #2: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha held from inside The Star Gold Coast. After almost 17 full levels of play, Australia’s Najeem Ajez finished as the chip leader with 2,540,000 in chips heading into Monday’s PokerGO streamed Event #2 final table. A
Erik Seidel was all in from the big blind for 115,000 holding [AhKd9s5d] against Andras Nemeth on the button with [AsJdJsTc]. The board ran out [7sAc3c3s8d] and Seidel secured a double.
Andras Nemeth limped the button, and both Joni Jouhkimainen and Erik Seidel came along from the blinds. The flop landed [3s6s8s] and Nemeth bet 15,000 with only Jouhkimainen calling. The [Ts] checked through on the turn, and when the river landed the [Qs], Jouhkimainen bet out 40,000. Nemeth used his last two time
Sean Winter raised to 25,000 in middle position and Erik Seidel defended his big blind. The flop landed [Th4hTh] and Seidel checked. Winter bet 16,000 and Seidel called as the turn fell the [6d]. Seidel checked, Winter bet 64,000, and Seidel folded.
Erik Seidel raised to 15,000 from the cutoff and both Mike Watson and Sean Winter called from the blinds. The flop landed [3c2h5h] and action checked through to reveal the [8c] on the turn. Winter bet 17,000, and only Watson called as the [3s] checked through on the river. Watson tabled his [TsTh6h5s]
The board showed [3c][as][ts][ah] and 78,000 had amassed in the pot. Erik Seidel checked from the big blind and was followed by Jorryt van Hoof seated under the gun. The [ac] completed the board and Seidel checked. Van Hoof slid out 20,000. Seidel called shortly after. Van Hoof then flipped