The final table of today’s Six-Max event got whittled down to heads up play in short order as Adam Marshall build a monstrous chip lead. The only thing standing between Marshall and first place was defending “Pittsburgh Hammer” champion Nicholas Immekus. Despite a game effort from Immekus, Marshall came out on top.
With his second place finish, Immekus maintains his lead in the Pittsburgh Poker Open “Player of the Series” leaderboard. Marshall wins $2,308 for his victory and the PPO trophy, which is the first of his career.
The second Six-Max event of the day is underway and it remains to be seen if Marshall will jump in that one to try and achieve a single-day back-to-back.