Daniel Alaei was unstoppable when the final day of the tournament started. He took the chip lead straight away (from being in the middle of the 17 remaining players) and never let go of it. For the win he received almost half a million dollars and also his second WSOP bracelet.
WSOP Event #18 started last Sunday and attracted lots of pros that were willing to pay the buy-in of $10,000 to play some Omaha HL/8 or Better. The high stakes pro, Daniel Alaei, started the final day in the middle of the remaining 17 players. Alaei put in the second gear this day and quickly took the chip lead and then never let go of it. When the tournament was down to heads-up versus Scott Clements, it only took Alaei 2 hands to beat him. Daniel Alaei received $445,898 for the win and also his second WSOP bracelet!