The $2 million guaranteed Omaha Series got off to a flying start on Sunday 28th April with the first 20 of 160 scheduled tournaments taking place and crowning their champions. A cool $436,433 was awarded across those 20 events, but who won the biggest prizes? Keep reading to find out.

$2 Million Guaranteed Omaha Series: The Story So Far

Events Completed: 20
Events Remaining: 140
Prize Money Awarded: $436,433

Omaha Series 01-H: $30K Gtd PLO Deep

  • Buy-in: $215
  • Entries: 227
  • Prize Pool: $45,400
  • ITM: 30

Belarus’ “HowMuchToCall” walked away with an Omaha Series title and a bankroll-boosting $10,669 prize after outlasting 226-opponents in the Omaha Series 01-H: $30K Gtd PLO Deep event.

HowMuchToCall was the only player to pad their bankroll with a five-figure prize, although all six finalists walked away with more than $1,800 for their effort.

Finland’s “kvoldemort” was the final table’s first casualty; sixth-place paid $1,816. They were followed to the sidelines by “dreamcatcher89” of Austria, Peru’s “choryson” and Denmark’s “FreeSpinJohnny”, the latter netting $5,002 from this $215 buy-in affair.

This left HowMuchToCall and “T3TR15” to lock horns heads-up. It was a battle HowMuchToCall ultimately won to secure $10,669 and to resign T3TR15 to the $7,037 runner-up prize.

Place Player Country Prize
1 HowMuchToCall Belarus $10,669
2 T3TR15 Lithuania $7,037
3 FreeSpinJohnny Denmark $5,002
4 choryson Peru $3,654
5 dreamcatcher89 Austria $2,724
6 kvoldemort Finland $1,816

Omaha Series 03-HR: $50K Gtd PLO

  • Buy-in: $530
  • Entries: 142
  • Prize Pool: $71,000
  • ITM: 18

The $530 buy-in Omaha Series 03-HR: $50K Gtd PLO event saw 142 entries create a $71,000 prize pool that was shared among the top 18-finishers.

Each of the six players at the final table banked at least $2,946, the sum awarded to “Dorianriosvnzla” of Venezuela. They were followed to the rail, via the cashier, by “slime16” of Canada who netted $4,437 and Swedish star “frokennatur” whose fourth-place exit paid $6,035.

Third-place and $8,520 went to “CHUFFTY” of the United Kingdom, which set up a one-on-one battle between “Baronnnaaa” and “OCD_RedBaron”. Baronnnaaa, hailing from the Netherlands, ran out of steam and fell by the wayside in second-place for a $12,070 prize, leaving OCD_RedBaron of Bulgaria to claim the title and $17,885 in cash.

Place Player Country Prize
1 OCD_RedBaron Bulgaria $17,885
2 Baronnnaaa Netherlands $12,070
3 CHUFFTY United Kingdom $8,520
4 frokennatur Sweden $6,035
5 slime16 Canada $4,437
6 Dorianriosvnzla Venezuela $2,946

Omaha Series 04-H: $40K Gtd PLO8 Fast

  • Buy-in: $215
  • Entries: 137
  • Prize Pool: $40,000
  • ITM: 18

There was incredible value in the $215 buy-in Omaha Series 04-H: $40K Gtd PLO8 Fast as 137-entries were processed and we added almost $13,000 to the prize pool!

“Dadanetnet” of Russia took full advantage of the overlay and walked away with the $10,076 top prize. The Russian potted their way to victory and defeated Sweden’s “DOnt_DO-iT” heads-up to lock up the title and the lion’s share of the prize pool leaving the Swede to collect a $6,800 consolation prize.

Earlier at the final table, “Crocodylus” finished in sixth-place for $1,600, “Quina Quen” busted in fifth-place for $2,500, “NoDealBaby” of Poland netted $3,400 for their fourth-place exit and $4,800 was given to “mariandree” after the Brazilian busted in third-place.

Place Player Country Prize
1 dadanetnet Russia $10,076
2 DOnt_DO_iT Sweden $6,800
3 marioandree Brazil $4,800
4 NoDealBaby Poland $3,400
5 Quina Quen Hungary $2,500
6 Crocodylus Brazil $1,660

$2 Million Guaranteed Omaha Series Day 1 Results

Event Champion Prize
Omaha Series 01-H: $30K Gtd PLO Deep HowMuchToCall $10,669
Omaha Series 01-M: $15K Gtd PLO Deep Kekistani $3,513
Omaha Series 01-L: $3K Gtd PLO Deep UnPorroMas $1,054
Omaha Series 02-HR: $50K Gtd PLO PKO Sofie2019 $16,058*
Omaha Series 02-H: $30K Gtd PLO PKO CantFold72o $6,972*
Omaha Series 02-M: $15K Gtd PLO PKO reizpekt $2,568*
Omaha Series 02-L: $7.5K Gtd PLO PKO brunsonskid12 $1,217*
Omaha Series 03-HR: $50K Gtd PLO OCD_RedBaron $17,885
Omaha Series 03-H: $30K Gtd PLO DATONFISH $7,050
Omaha Series 03-M: $15K Gtd PLO gombes64 $3,000
Omaha Series 03-L: $7.5K Gtd PLO WHATAPLAYER88 $1,210
Omaha Series 04-H: $40K Gtd PLO8 Fast dadanetnet $10,076
Omaha Series 04-M: $15K Gtd PLO8 Fast ftofto $3,525
Omaha Series 04-L: $5K Gtd PLO8 Fast krdurr1 $1,000
Omaha Series 05-H: $20K Gtd PLO Turbo magwitch78l $5,038
Omaha Series 05-M: $7.5K Gtd PLO Turbo Q.Promes $1,868
Omaha Series 05-L: $3K Gtd PLO Turbo lukeaces1 $705
Omaha Series 06-H: $15K Gtd PLO Hyper whresmymind $3,778
Omaha Series 06-M: $7.5K Gtd PLO Hyper ForMatherRussia $1,259
Omaha Series 06-L: $1.5K Gtd PLO Hyper SrpR1SeMdfKa $388

*includes bounty payments

$2 Million Guaranteed Omaha Series Day 2 Schedule

Another 20 Omaha events are scheduled for Day 2 and they have combined guarantees weighing in at $213,500. Check out the full Day 2 schedule below.

Time (CEST Event Buy-in
16:30 Omaha Series 07-H: $15K Gtd PLO Deep $215
16:30 Omaha Series 07-M: $7.5K Gtd PLO Deep $55
16:30 Omaha Series 07-L: $2K Gtd PLO Deep $11
18:30 Omaha Series 08-HR: $30K Gtd PLO $530
18:30 Omaha Series 08-H: $20K Gtd PLO $109
18:30 Omaha Series 08-M: $10K Gtd PLO $33
18:30 Omaha Series 08-L: $5K Gtd PLO $11
20:30 Omaha Series 09-HR: $30K Gtd PLO PKO $530
20:30 Omaha Series 09-H: $20K Gtd PLO PKO $109
20:30 Omaha Series 09-M: $10K Gtd PLO PKO $33
20:30 Omaha Series 09-L: $5K Gtd PLO PKO $11
22:30 Omaha Series 10-H: $20K Gtd PLO Fast $215
22:30 Omaha Series 10-M: $7.5K Gtd PLO Fast $55
22:30 Omaha Series 10-L: $3K Gtd PLO Fast $11
23:30 Omaha Series 11-H: $10K Gtd PLO Turbo $109
23:30 Omaha Series 11-M: $5K Gtd PLO Turbo $33
23:30 Omaha Series 11-L: $2K Gtd PLO Turbo $11
00:30 Omaha Series 12-H: $7.5K Gtd PLO8 Hyper $109
00:30 Omaha Series 12-M: $3K Gtd PLO8 Hyper $33
00:30 Omaha Series 12-L: $1K Gtd PLO8 Hyper $11

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