Scott Dulaney Claims the Gold in Event #31 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em/Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack

Scott Dulaney from Houston came out on top in World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #31: $600 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em/Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack after a final heads-up with the well-established chip leader Sridhar Sangannagari, Dulaney’s victory was hard-fought and well-deserved. With 2,758 entries, the event generated a massive prize pool worth $1,406,580, setting yet another new record in the 2023 WSOP.

Winning the first prize, Dulaney earned a staggering $194,155 and an enviable WSOP gold bracelet. The Houston-based firefighter turned poker player became an instant crowd favorite. His loyal fan base railing him, were with him every step of the way, getting louder and more intense as Dulaney inched closer to the coveted bracelet.

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Despite starting the day ranking sixth in chips, Dulaney showcased exceptional grit and determination. As the final table dwindled down to nine, Dulaney, now seventh in chips, was not ready to back down.

The final table began under the formidable dominance of Sridhar Sangannagar, a Vice President at Goldman Sachs. Sangannagar was quick to demonstrate his prowess, eliminating formidable players like Zachary Vankeuren and British pro Barny Boatman.

However, as the match narrowed down to the final two, Dulaney seized his opportunity. In an astounding turn of events, Dulaney tipped the scales, besting Sangannagar to claim his well-deserved victory.

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The end of the final hand marked a heartfelt moment as an overwhelmed Dulaney rushed to his wife, sharing a touching embrace while the crowd erupted in cheers. When asked to express his feelings, Dulaney was understandably elated.

“I’m really excited, kinda reeling at the moment,” he confessed. “But I knew it was gonna happen and I plan on winning multiple Omaha bracelets this week, this year. I think all the best Omaha players in the world come from Houston and I’m trying to prove it this summer.”

Final Table Results

Result Player Country Prize
1st Scott Dulaney United States $194,155
2nd Sridhar Sangannagari United States $120,004
3rd Willie Smith United States $89,551
4th Bjorn Gravlien Norway $67,359
5th Zachary Vankeuren United States $51,072
6th Charles Combs United States $39,037
7th Michael Holtz United States $30,081
8th Barny Boatman United Kingdom $23,371
9th Keith Krumwiede United States $18,308

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