Kozlov wins PLO/NLH tournament at WPT World Championship

Kozlov wins PLO/NLH tournament at WPT World Champi...

The 2023 WPT World Championship continues to crown champions, this time in the Inaugural Mixed Play Event, culminating with Martin Kozlov concluding their respectiveTrophies and five-figure prizesare at the top.

The $1,100 PLO/NLH tournament, scheduled for a single day, was decided on Wednesday and could total up to 376 entrants, tripling the original guaranteed amount and reaching a prize pool of $364,720 , assigned to the first 47 players.

The coveted trophy for the 2023 WPT World Championship.

After 29 levels, each level took 30 minutes to find the winner, this time it was Kozlov who received $74,373 in prize money, and Ben Ludlow Ranked second with $50,754. None of the Latin Armada representatives were box office hits.

The festival now turns its attention to Mystery Bounty, which has completed three first flights and surpassed 3,500 registered entries. Wynn Las Vegas, for its part, will continue to prepare for more in these weeks thanks to an extensive schedule that runs through December 23.

$1,100 PLO/NLH – WPT World Championship

Buy-in: $1,100

Entrants: 376

Pot: $364,720

Final Table

1° Martin Kozlov – $74,3732. Ben Ludlow – $50,7543. Paul Roy – $37,6014° Ryan Christopherson – $27,8695° Mark Liedtke – $20,6346° Sami Schulbachi – $15,3117. Tony Hoang – $11,4458° Philip Shing – $8,7279° Stephen Ma – $6,796

Kozlov wins PLO/NLH tournament at WPT World Champi...

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  • Adeline.lesch

    This text provides a summary of the 2023 WPT World Championship, specifically highlighting the Mixed Play Event where Martin Kozlov emerged as the winner. It also mentions the total number of entrants and the prize pool for the $1,100 PLO/NLH tournament, as well as the upcoming Mystery Bounty event and the ongoing schedule at Wynn Las Vegas.

  • This text provides information about the 2023 WPT World Championship and the results of the Inaugural Mixed Play Event. Martin Kozlov emerged as the winner, earning a prize of $74,373, with Ben Ludlow ranking second with $50,754.

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