Tanner “bamatide88” Bibat Wins Event #11: $400 PLO 6-Max ($29,459)

WSOP Gold Bracelet

Saturday evening, the World Series of Poker Online 2022 Event #11: $400 PLO 6-Max attracted 172 players who repurchased 193 times. The 365 entries field generated a Prize pool of $131,400and after only seven and a half hours of play, it was Tanner “bamatide88” Bibat emerge victorious to win a $29,459 first prize and her first career gold bracelet.

According The Hendon Mafia, it’s Bibat’s fourth highest score and the biggest on virtual markers. This win will add to his already $244,869 in tournament winnings.

Many notables joined the streets of PLO and some of the players to make a deep run but did not reach the final table, including the 2012 Main Event champion Greg “Dusted You” Merson (29th – $1,497), popular Twitch streamer Jeff “MahaKala108” raw (18th – $1,524) and six-time bracelet winner Daniel “DNegs” Negreanu (11th – $1,655)

WSOP Online Bracelet Event #11 Final Table Results

Rank Player Country Price
1 Tanner “bamatide88” Bibat United States $29,459
2 Arkadiy “Crocofantos” Tsinis United States $21,024
3 Matthew “HuniDeGrande” Stone United States $15,019
4 “iheartco0kie” United States $10,801
5 “kahlil98” United States $7,831
6 Alan “PhilIvey” Engel United States $5,676

Final table

The official six-man final table got off to an action-packed tone. Alan “PhilIvey” Engel went all in preflop after losing with aces to kings the previous hand and made a set of aces but fell to the top kicker in Matthew “HuniDeGrande” Stone and was eliminated in sixth place.

Next to go fifth was “kahlil98” when they were all on a combo draw and couldn’t improve against Bibat’s two pair. A few more hands passed before “iheartco0kie” was all in with an overpair against two pair for Bibat, sending them to fourth place.

Stone was the next victim when their flopped set opposed a straight for Bibat and knocked them out in third place.

Head-to-head play began with Bibat leading 4-1 against Arkadiy “Crocofantos” Tsinis and all the chips came in pretty quickly. Tsinis had two pair on the river against a full house for Bibat who pushed Tsinis all-in. After some thought, Tsinis followed and would have to settle for second place as Bibat’s full house took the win.

Tanner Bibat wins event #11
Tanner Bibat takes it off

It’s a wrap here at Event #11: $400 PLO 6-Max. Be sure to stick to PokerNews as we continue to bring you full coverage of this series on WSOP.com!

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