Raj Vohra Wins His Very First Bracelet At The 2022 WSOP; Removes The $600 Deepstack

Event #11: $600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack at the 2022 World Series of Poker had lots of enjoyment and at the end of the day, there might just be one winner: Raj Vohra

Vohra, a previous professional tennis gamer turned skilled poker pro from Lake Worth, Florida, browsed a big field of 5,715 gamers to declare his very first WSOP gold bracelet at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas and the leading reward of $335,886.

Vohra’s now made over $1.7 m in live incomes to accompany millions made online.

His previous finest surface at the World Series of Poker returned in 2008 when he completed fifth in the $5,000 No Limitation Hold ’em occasion.

Vohra did not have it simple as he concerned the last table in 8th location however no one might put out his fire. His rail, that included his better half Sherry, cheered him on with every winning hand, with Vohra plainly feeling the love.

Occasion # 11: $600 No-Limit Hold ’em Deepstack Final Table Outcomes

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Raj Vohra with his better half, Sherry.

Location Gamer Nation Reward
1 Raj Vohra United States $ 335,286
2 Qing Liu United States $ 207,192
3 Hung Tran United States $ 154,831
4 Nicole Limousine Greene United States $ 116,568
5 Michael Lin United States $ 88,417
6 Junxiu Zhang United States $67,572
7 Ralph Marquez Canada $ 52,035
8 Stanislav Snitsar United States $ 40,378
9 Renaud Cellini France $ 31,574(* )
Bohdan Slyvinskyi United States $24,883 (* )Winner’s Response

” It’s a dream become a reality. It’s the very best minute of my life. I have actually awaited numerous years, a minimum of 15 years, for this minute, and it’s lastly gotten here. This is simply a true blessing, having all my good friends and household here, my better half, it does not get any much better than this. This is it. However this is not completion, this is simply the start. We got the very first one, let’s see the number of more we’re gon na get.”

Raj Vohra
Course to Bracelet

Surprisingly, regardless of being a pro for almost 20 years, Vohra has actually mostly kept away from poker for the last 3 years, just sometimes playing a couple of competitions both live and online while the coronavirus pandemic has actually raved on.

For Vohra, the $600 Deepstack is far listed below his typical buy-in and was expected to just serve him as a warmup occasion to get utilized to being back in front of live challengers once again. In truth, Vohra and his better half almost canceled their journey to Las Vegas however chose in the middle of all the existing health terrifies that were lastly going to get out of the home and show up on July 5th.

He decided to fire in the $600 Deepstack and after bagging for Day 2, he confessed that his state of mind was going totally on the bracelet.

Following his triumph, he discussed his idea procedure heading into the last table with a below-average chip stack.

” I simply wished to choose my areas. That’s all. I simply needed to wait on the ideal minute which occurred with the

That was the huge area there.”

Vohra likewise went over the wonderful minute when the ace struck on the rely on make him a 95% possibility to win the competition after getting all-in with ace-king versus pocket 8s. nine-deuce” Oh my god, when he had 8s and the board came nine-high, I believed there’s no other way it’s occurring in this manner. No chance. It needs to freakin come. I understood the ace was coming or the king was coming. I was 100% sure. It didn’t matter if it would’ve been the river, they have actually drawn out on me for the last 15 years of my life.”

When asked if would ever play anymore $600 competitions moving on, everybody chuckled and he addressed: “Certainly. Text me the next one.”

Last Table Action

The very first gamer out was short-stacked

Bohdan Slyvinskyi

($ 24,883), who got his ace-two in excellent versus Qing Liu, who called without looking with queen-jack. Regrettably for Slyvinskyi, his experience concerned an end, and needed to choose tenth location when Liu surged a queen on the river. Renaud Cellini Not long after,

Renaud Cellini
Renaud Cellini

($ 31,574) ran his of Stanislav Snitsarace-seven offsuit into the pocket nines Though he got a straight make use of the turn, Cellini could not capture up and he was removed in ninth location. Out in eighth was the previously mentioned Snitsar ($ 40,378), who versus Liu when he ran his black jacks into Liu’s black aces. Snitsar could not enhance and left the phase with a cool 40 grand.

In seventh location was ran into a huge cooler Ralph Marquez

, ($ 52,035) who pushed from the little blind with ace-deuce and , providing the Canadian just a 6.5% possibility to win. He wasn’t able to discover a wonder and left in seventh. A couple of hands later on, ran into Vohra’s pocket aces Junxiu Zhang

left in 6th ($ 67,572), having actually spun it up and effectively laddering a location after being down to one huge blind. Zhang was removed by Liu as . Michael Linher queen-ten of diamonds was no match for Liu’s ace-jack suited would be removed by

Hung Tran to make 5th location ($ 88,417) as he into Tran’s top-bottom 2 set. He could not discover a 3rd spade and he would take house a juicy money. Nicole Limousine Greeneshoved his flush draw with ace-seven suited Nicole Limousine Greene

Nicole Limo Greene
completed in 4th location ($ 116,568), when her ace-six cutoff push was ultimately aborted by Vohra’s ace-eight in the huge blind after a 90-second tank.

and she won an amazing six-figure money. After doubling up through Liu and having the chip lead for the majority of the last table, it was The board bricked for Greene ($ 154,831) when he got all-in on the river with a straight while Liu had actually runner-runnered a flush of his own.

While he was the chip leader for the majority of the 2nd half of Day 2, it would be fellow poker crusher Tran who finished in third place Having an almost similar stack as Vohra, his pocket eights got all-in pre-flop versus Vohra’s ace-king. Liu was 2 cards far from a nearly-insurmountable chip lead however Vohra surged the ace on the rely on reject Liu his first-ever WSOP bracelet.

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Blaise Bourgeois is a full-time digital wanderer living and playing poker in Latin America. He becomes part of the PokerNews live reporting group for the 2022 World Series of Poker.

Author: Bradley Watson