2007 WSOP: Robert Mizrachi Omaha world champion

Robert Mizrachi
Robert Mizrachi is the best Pot-Limit Omaha player in the world.

Aside from the Main Event and the $50,000 H.O.R.S.E., the $10,000 World Championship Pot-Limit Omaha event is the most prestigious tournament at the 2007 World Series of Poker. Robert Mizrachi defeated a final table filled with world class players to win the tournament and take home $768,889 in prize money.

Doyle Brunson had the chance to win an 11th gold WSOP bracelet in the Omaha world championship, but he got knocked out in sixth place by Patrik Antonius, who finished third.

Robert Mizrachi dominated the final table, and had a commanding lead when the heads-up match for the title against Rene Mouritsen started. Three quick double-ups got the Dane back in the game, but that wasn't enough.

In the final hand of the event, the players ended up all-in when to flop showed Qs-9d-3d. Rene Mouritsen showed a pair of queens and a flush draw, but was behind Robert Mizrachi who had flopped a set of nines. No help came for Mouritsen on the turn or river and Mizrachi became the Pot-Limit Omaha world champion.

Dao Bac was the second bracelet winner on Day 33 of the 2007 WSOP. He won Event 51, $1,000 S.H.O.E., and took home $157,975 in prize money.

Event 52, $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em w/re-buys reached the final table. Michael Graves is in the lead, with Isaac Haxton in second place and Theo Tran in third.

Event 53, $1,500 Limit Hold'em Shootour got underway with its opening day.

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