Tuesday June 26, 2018 at 6:52 am

David Brookshire previously won a WSOP Circuit ring, but now he can add a WSOP bracelet to his collection. Brookshire faded a field of 402 players to win Event #46 $2,500 Mixed Omaha 8/Stud 8. Brookshire banked $214,291.

A mixed game bracelet was up for grabs. The Omaha Hi/Lo and Stud Hi/Lo event has become a popular affair the last few years. It's a true test of split-pot games. David Brookshire took down Event #46 $2,500 Mixed Omaha 8/Stud 8. The third day of action began with 15 players, but Brookshire secured the bracelet late into the night. Oh, and another player won their first bracelet. The list of first-timers continues.

Event #46 $2,500 Mixed Omaha 8/Stud 8 - Final Results


Mixed hi/lo!

This specialty event attracted 402 runners. The prize pool in Event #46 $2,500 Mixed Omaha 8/Stud 8 was $904,500, which is not too shabby all things considered. Daniel Ospina was seeking another bracelet, but the pro from Colombia settled on a third-place finish.

Phil Ivey made a cameo in this event. But good ole No Home Jerome bricked this event. Daniel Negreanu also took another shot at a bracelet, but Kid Poker went home emptied handed. He busted before the money bubble.

Day 3 of this three-day event started with 15 players. Ian Shaw bagged up the chip lead. Alas, Shaw could not go wire-to-wire on the final day. He'd secure a spot at the final table, but he would not go all the way to the promised land.

On Day 3, Cyndy Violette busted early and her quest for a bracelet ended in 13th place.

French pro Paul-Francois Tedeschi went deep, but missed the final table by a single spot. Tedeschi bubbled off the final table in tenth place.

Daniel Ospina took down Event #14 2-7 Low Ball nearly three weeks ago. He made a second final table this summer, but his run ended in third place.

Once Ospina bounced, this bracelet came down to a heads-up battle between David Brookshire and Brendan Taylor. Brookshire had some finishing experience with a WSOP Circuit ring to his credit, while Taylor was trying to win his second piece of bling.

When the dust settled, Taylor hit the rail in second place. Taylor earned $132,443 for a runner-up finish.

Brookshire won his first bracelet and $214K in cash.

Only the top 61 places paid out in Event #46. Most of the cheesecake was served to the top two players.

Among those who went deep among the Final 16 included.... Eddie Blumnethal, Cyndy Violette and Joao Vieria.

Familiar faces who cashed in this mixed hi/lo event included... Paul Jackson, Perry Friedman, David Prociak, Chip Jett, Dzmitry Urbanovich, Paul Sokoloff, Scott Clements, Bobby Price, Robert Mizrachi, Ian Johns, Joe Hachem, Yuval Bronshtein, Ray Henson, Nart Hanson, Marcel Luske, and Jan Stein.

2018 WSOP - Event #46 $2,500 Mixed Omaha 8/Stud 8

Entrants: 402

Prize Pool: $904,500

Payouts: 61


Final Table Results:

1. David Brookshire (USA) $214,291

2. Brendan Taylor (USA) $132,443

3. Daniel Ospina (Colombia) $89,968

4. Ian Shaw (Mexico) $62,331

5. Tyler Groth (USA) $44,059

6. Hani Awad (USA) $31,789

7. Will Shelton (USA) $23,429

8. Eric Rodawig USA) $17,628

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