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2008 World Poker Open – Event #5, $500+50 Omaha Hi/Lo 8 or better

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Here are the results and a photo of the winner of the 2008 World Poker Open Event #5, $500+50 Limit Omaha Hi/Lo 8 or better tournament:

10th place: Harold Yarbrough $1,542
11th place: William Desong $1,542
12th place: Ocia Langner $1,542
13th place: Gwen Herrick $1,285
14th place: Matt Kelly $1,285
15th place: Eddie Strom $1,285
16th place: Tom Dolan $1,028
17th place: Hoyt Verner $1,028
18th place: Tom Spigel $1,028
19th place: Charlie Chan $771
20th place: Yueben Bao $771
21st place: Tony Seco $771
22nd place: Dean Jackson $771
23rd place: Paul Morin $771
24th place: David Altemus $771
25th place: Eddie Ray $771
26th place: Vernon Massey $771
27th place: Thomas Hunt $771

Final table seating assignment and chip counts as follows:

Seat 1: Bo Toft 63,000
Seat 2: John Lovejoy 144,000
Seat 3: Thomas Witherspoon 25,000
Seat 4: Michael Lutz 80,000
Seat 5: Ed Smith 136,000
Seat 6: Denny Axel 15,000
Seat 7: Hugo Spiegel 82,000
Seat 8: James Summey 87,000
Seat 9: Richard Collinsworth 35,000

The order of finish and amount won was as follows:

Denny Axel finished in 9th place winning $2,571.
Bo Toft finished in 8th place winning $3,856.
Richard Collinsworth finished in 7th place winning $5,141.
James Summey finished in 6th place winning $6,426.
Thomas Witherspoon finished in 5th place winning $7,712.
Michael Lutz finished in 4th place winning $8,997.
Ed Smith finished in 3rd place winning $11,567.
Hugo Spiegel finished in 2nd place winning $22,620.
John Lovejoy finished in 1st place winning $41,131.

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