There is something between Loren Klein and the WSOP events that involve pot-limit Omaha.
This man has a liking for the pot-limit Omaha events and these have also shown in the results that he has achieved so far.
He was placed in the second position in the 2010 WSOP $2,500 pot-limit Omaha event. He took home the bracelet and the top prize money of $241,427 by winning the 2016$1,500 mixed no-limit hold’em and pot-limit Omaha event. After this stupendous showing at the WSOP event, he backed it up with a second placed top tournament, earning game of $552,713 in the$10, 000 pot-limit Omaha championship. Now, after a year, he has once again won the $1,500 pot-limit Omaha event at the WSOP summer series. This gave Klein his second gold bracelet and he took home top prize money of $231,483.
Klein said that the feeling of winning the second bracelet is very good and one that he will cherish for a long time. He has been playing poker for 10 years now. He started as an online poker player and then moved on to playing in live tournaments and events.
Klein entered the final day of the tournament to battle with the 18 remaining players. He was the chip leader at the start of the day. He had stiff competition on the final day from the likes of Jeff Lisandro, a six-time bracelet winner, T.J. Cloutier, a six-time WSOP champion and former online poker pro Williams. Klein acknowledged that it is always a daunting task to sit at the final table and compete against T.J. He tried to put everything together and play like his usual self.
Klein survived a short-handed play before the dinner break. He came out strong after the dinner and scored three consecutive knockouts. He went into heads-up play against Chun Law and won it at the end.