The closing $2,200 buy-in five-card pot-limit Omaha event marked the conclusion of the inaugural PokerGO Tour Pot-Limit Omaha Series on Sunday, Mar. 19. The tournament attracted 95 entries, resulting in a prize pool of $190,000. Dutch World Series of Poker bracelet winner Ronald Keijzer emerged as the champion, securing the final event trophy of the series.
Keijzer’s win earned him $43,700, increasing his career earnings to $1,127,572. This was his fourth recorded tournament title, all of which were in PLO events. His largest payout was the $475,033 he received as the winner of the $3,000 six-max PLO event at the 2018 WSOP.
In the heads-up match for the title, Keijzer defeated two-time bracelet winner Tommy Le, who took home $30,400 as the runner-up. With more than $3.5 million in cashes in PLO events, Le remains the top-earning pot-limit Omaha tournament player ever. Both of Le’s bracelet wins came in PLO, with victories in the 2017 and 2021 $10,000 championship events of the game.
Allan Le, Tommy’s brother, finished in sixth place in the event, earning $11,400.