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Soheb “TommyConway6” Porbandarwala Wins WSOP.com Gold in Event #4: $1,000 PLO 6-Max

Porbandarwala

Tuesday evening, the 2022 World Series of Poker Online Event #4: $1,000 PLO 6-Max attracted 129 players who repurchased 144 times. The field of 273 entries generated a Prize pool of $245,700and after a little less than 10 hours of play, it was Soheb “TommyConway6” Porbandarwala emerge victorious to win a $57,125 first prize and her first career gold bracelet.

Prior to this win, Porbandarwala had $1,067,084 in live earnings according to The Hendon Mafia with his highest score being in a WPT Online Poker Open Main Event in 2020, when it snagged the top spot for $239,820.

WSOP.com Event #4: $1,000 PLO 6-Max Final Table Results

Rank Player Country Price
1 Soheb “TommyConway6” Porbandarwala United States $57,125
2 Andre “RiderStrong” Nyffeler United States $40,909
3 Tristan “Truqs” Wade United States $29,484
4 Stanley “stanman420” Lee United States $21,105
5 Michael “Brock Lesnar” Holtz United States $14,840
6 Matthew “HuniDeGrande” Stone United States $10,687

Many notable players joined the pitch throughout the day, but those who failed to make a deep run included Justin “Jsaliba2” Saliba, Kathy “Luckygal” Liebertand four-time bracelet winner Jeff “Nedrud Relyt” Madsen. A few had a chance to cash in but couldn’t close it out with a win included Eric “powwow” Ethans (20th – $3,488), Alex “RIP_Neiko” Rocha (13th – $3,660), and most current chip leaders Martin “Bathroomline” Zamani (9th – $4,152).

Final table

The official six-man final table got off to an action-packed start with the first elimination taking place within minutes. Matthew “HuniDeGrande” Stone found himself all ahead with the kings against the queens of Andre “RiderStrong” Nyffeler but when the board ran out with runner-runner cards to make a straight for Nyffeler, it was the end of the road for Stone as he exited in sixth place.

A little after, Michael “Brock Lesnar” Holtz was all in with a short stack and it was called by Porbandarwala and Tristan “Truqs” Wade. The game was controlled and Porbandarwala’s nine won the pot to send Holtz into fifth place.

Stanley “stanman420” Lee fell to fourth place when his pair of twos were overtaken by Porbandarwala’s flush. Wade was also knocked out in third place by Porbandarwala when he went all-in against the flopped straight and couldn’t improve.

Head-to-head play started with Porbandarwala having a 4-1 lead over Nyffeler and it looked like it might be too quick. However, with two double ups, Nyffeler found himself nearly tied with Porbandarwala and all well ahead with the first group of kings against the middle group of queens. The board ran out with a straight for Porbandarwala and it was second place for Nyffeler, scoring Porbandarwala the win and the gold bracelet.

The next tournament on the schedule – Event #5: $500 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack – will take place Thursday at 4 p.m. PDT. The PokerNews The live reporting team will report all the action again, so be sure to tune in to see who will win the next WSOP 2022 bracelet!

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