Kobbeltvedt again led the chip

Alexandre “SexyBaldGuy” Mantovani broke into ninth place when his A9 Club Suit Club Suit fell into the hands of J Beka “imperator-bm” 4 Diamond Suit Mukhiguli Heart Suit. Kim “hukdosa” Jaehyuk who was very short-stacked fell to eighth when his 9-5 couldn’t fix himself against Anshuman “AnshuD” Dash A Diamond Suit 6 Diamond Suit.

Dash scored the next two KOs when he sent Renato “sakag4mble” Sakamoto home in seventh and Jankaitis in sixth. The consecutive attacks saw Dash move up to second in chips with five players remaining, behind Anthony “8MasterBall8” Cheung, who quietly moved to the chip lead and scored one elimination visit the dewa poker.

Kobbeltvedt returned to the chip lead when his 10-7 beat AK Mukhiguli to knock the Albanian out in fifth. From there, Kobbelvedt never looked back and took on the swift strikes of his last three opponents.

Kobbeltvedt sent Cheung packing in fourth and Dash home in third to bring a nearly 4: 1 chip advantage to the heads-up game against Vovhcenko. Vovhcenko made a bold attempt, but after a few levels, Kobbeltvedt won the race 9-7 against Vovhcenko 3-3 to secure the title.

This is his third career WSOP cash after securing two cash at WSOP 2018 at $ 1,500 unlimited mix & Omaha pot limit and $ 3,000 pot limit Omaha six max. The other money came in a side event at the European Poker Tour stop in Barcelona in 2019.