Dylan Weisman Wins USPO $25K PLO Over Action-Packed Weekend

It has been an exciting weekend of poker action, with the US Poker Open taking much of the attention. The huge poker event is in its final stages, and there was no shortage of huge winners over the past weekend that captured the imagination.

Dylan Weisman was one of the biggest winners from the weekend action, as he once again showcased his dominance in Pot Limit Omaha events. Meanwhile, Sean Winter continued his excellent run of results over the past year of so as he won the No Limit Hold’em on the following day of action.

Weisman Continues Excellent Record

There is no secret that when it comes to Pot Limit Omaha events, there are few players that are able to measure up against Dylan Weisman. The star once again showcased all his ability in the $25,000 event over the weekend, as he managed to top a field of 49 other players. There was a total prize purse of $1.2 million in the event, and the result never really appeared to be in much danger as the contest reached the final stages, as Weisman had a healthy advantage in terms of a chip lead. After that, he eliminated the remaining five players on the final table, starting with Isaac Kempton, who finished the competition in sixth place with returns of $73,500.

It has been an excellent couple of months for Weisman, who won his first WSOP bracelet just last year in the Pot Limit Omaha. Since then, he has made the final table on all four occasions in the event type at the US Poker Open, but this was one of his biggest wins. His success saw him walk away with returns of $416,500. Cary Katz was back in second place overall, and claimed returns of $269,500. Meanwhile, Ali Imsirovic and Matthew Wantman finished the competition in third and fourth. The final player on the final table was Stephen Chidwick, as he finished fifth.

Winter Wins No Limit Hold’em

That wasn’t the only big poker action over the weekend, as there was also a famous victory for Sean Winter. It has been an unfortunate couple of years for the star, as he has finished as the runner-up in the overall table at the US Poker Open event for the past two years. However, this year, he could be set to go one better, after finishing first in the eleventh event of the competition in the No Limit Hold’em.

Winter managed to outlast the competition over the weekend, as he won a total return of $440,000. Once again, it was disappointment for Imsirovic, as he finished the competition in second place behind the winner. But, he still won returns of $288,750 for his performance. The final table was made up of eight players, with Jake Schindler and Nick Schulman finishing in third and fourth. Other players in competition on the final table were David Peters, Tamon Nakamura, Cary Katz and Dan Smith.