The final three players took a 10-minute break after Level 18, and these were their official chip counts:
Seat 1. Quyen Van – 400,000 (50 bb)
Seat 2. Natan Wager – 231,000 (29 bb)
Seat 3. Renny Barrett – 77,000 (10 bb)
During a round of PLO-8, Natan Wager raised from the button to 24,000, and Renny Barrett reraised from the small blind to 80,000, with just 1,000 behind. Wager put him all in, and Barrett called.
The board came , and there were no possible lows. Barrett won the pot with two pair, tens and sevens, to double up in chips.
Renny Barrett – 175,000 (22 bb)
Natan Wager – 166,000 (21 bb)
About 15 minutes later, Level 19 came to an end, and Level 20 began with increased blinds of 5,000-10,000.
A little while later, during a round of Big O, Barrett had dropped down to 56,000, and he got it all in from the button against Wager in the big blind.
The board came , and there were no possible lows. Barrett wins the pot with two pair, kings and nines, to double up in chips.
Renny Barrett – 117,000 (12 bb)
Natan Wager – 260,000 (26 bb)
A little while later, as the three players got fairly even in chips, they agreed to a straight three-way chop. These were their official chip counts at that point:
1. Renny Barrett – 267,000 (27 bb)
2. Natan Wager – 237,000 (24 bb)
3. Quyen Van – 204,000 (20 bb)
As chipleader, Barrett would be declared the winner, receiving the title and the trophy.
1st: Renny Barrett – $4,617 + RRPO Trophy
2nd: Natan Wager – $4,617
3rd: Quyen Van – $4,616
4th: Peter Shonk – $2,025
5th: Aaron Duczak – $1,465
6th: Chris Walling – $1,110
7th: Leif Force – $880
8th: David Meagher – $730
Stay tuned for a recap, which will be posted later tonight.