The final day of the 2022 World Series of Poker $1,500 buy-in mixed Omaha eight-or-better event began with a handful of multiple bracelet winners still in contention, looking to add to their collection with more hardware secured at the series. In the end, a debut winner emerged: Bradley Anderson. The Missoula, Montana resident overcame the field of 771 total entries, defeating Scott Abrams heads-up to earn $195,565 and his first bracelet.
“It is definitely surreal. Today was a tough grind. I had a big chip lead going into heads-up, and Scott chipped away at me, but I weathered the storm. I wasn’t really thinking about the money. I was focused on winning the bracelet,” Anderson told WSOP reporters after coming out on top.
This was the second-largest score of Anderson’s career, behind the $355,913 he earned as the fifth-place finisher in the 2014 ‘Millionaire Maker’ event. He now has nearly $630,000 in career cashes to his name.
Event #72 $1,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo Final Table Results
|1||Bradley Anderson||United States||$195,565|
|2||Scott Abrams||United States||$120,881|
|3||Barny Boatman||United Kingdom||$83,050|
|4||Peter Neff||United States||$58,089|
|5||Men Nguyen||United States||$41,377|
|6||Mark Erickson||United States||$30,026|
|7||Jarod Minghini||United States||$22,205|
|8||Shawn Carter||United States||$16,740|