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Young Ji took down the 2015 WSOP Event $49: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low Friday winning his first WSOP gold bracelet and $231,102.
The 52-year old South Korea born resident of Anchorage, Alaska got the best of an 815-player field and a final table that included 2014 WSOP Player of the Year George Danzer, who finished eighth.
This marks Ji's seventh WSOP cash and he also owns a WSOP Circuit ring.
Mark Dube finished runner-up after a four hour heads-up match earning $142,449. Day 2 Chip Leader Galen Hall finished 13th for $10,969.
“I’m really happy,” Ji said. “The way the game was going I had some faith I was going to win.”
$1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Final Table Results
|1||Young Ji||Anchorage, AK||$231,102|
|2||Mark Dube||Newburyport, MA||$142,449|
|3||Alex Dovzhenko||Kiev, Ukraine||$92,310|
|4||Connor Drinan||Arlington Heights, IL||$67,555|
|5||Bryce Yockey||Marina Del Rey, CA||$50,171|
|6||Nick Polydoros||Scottsdale, AZ||$37,760|
|7||Prince of Docness||Aptos, CA||$28,771|
|8||George Danzer||Salzburg, Germany||$22,181|
|9||Joseph Haddad||Portland, OR||$17,284|
Only 21 players remain from the starting field of 815 in Event #49: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low.
Here are the top five chip counts:
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