Rob Wazwaz Ships Occasion #25: $800 No-Rlimit Hold’em Deepstacks For $358,346

Rob Wazwaz

Event #25: $800 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack has come to a detailed. After two days of match poker 4,062 entrants have been whittled all the way down to only one, with Rajaee Wazwaz taking down the match and his first World Collection of Poker bracelet for $358,346. He tells us his title is definitely Rob Wazwaz, however there was an error along with his title in some unspecified time in the future when signing up for tournaments along with his card. Both means, you’ve got simply bought your first bracelet, Rob.

The $2,859,648 prizepool ensured the ultimate 4 gamers earned over $100,000 every. We entered the day with 240 remaining, and we performed down from 1:00 p.m. native time to crown a champion at 02:30 a.m the next day, over 13 hours later.

Occasion #25: $800 No-Restrict Maintain’em Deepstack Remaining Desk Outcomes

Place Participant Nation Prize
1 Rajaee “Rob” Wazwaz United States $358,346
2 Robert Crow United States $221,399
3 Terence Reid United States $166,011
4 Sean Legendre United States $125,371
5 Dov Markowich Canada $95,363
6 Maxime Duhamel Canada $73,064
7 Abhinav Iyer India $56,388
8 Sebastien Clot France $43,839
9 Liran Betito Israel $34,336
Rajaee Wazwaz
Rajaee Wazwaz

Notable faces have been within the subject at the moment and plenty of ran deep, Dean Hutchison (fifteenth), Ryan Phan (53rd), Melanie Weisner (one hundred and first)and Adam Levi (108th).

The unofficial ultimate desk desk began with Italian Fabrizio Petroni hero calling versus Terence Reid and being unsuitable.

The official ultimate desk began with Liran Betito busting because the brief stack towards Rajaee Wazwaz, operating into aces.

Subsequent was Sebastien Clot, the French participant getting unlucky to lose all-in along with his ace-king towards Maxime Duhamel‘s queen-jack.

Bracelet winner Abhinav Iyer fell in need of profitable his second bracelet, after taking down the 2019 ”The Nearer” occasion for over $500,000. The Indian participant took his exit with class, when he needed to get his ace-six in towards five-four and it could not maintain.

Duhamel had one of many greater rails of the ultimate desk and busted when he ran his pocket fours into Sean Legendre‘s tens. Dov Markowich, who went from chip chief to final in chips, then again as much as the highest, earlier than finally getting brief once more, busted in fifth place. His king-queen could not get there towards the ace-seven Wazwaz.

Heads-up was thick and quick as gamers have been so brief stacked, like a lot of the ultimate desk. Initially, Robert Crow had the chip lead. He hoped to lock up the occasion because it was his first match in 5 or 6 years and had solely performed smaller occasions previously. He performed this purely to tick it off his bucket checklist. He was all in for the win with king-six however could not get there towards Wazwaz‘s pocket queens. The stacks flipped at that time, and momentum went the best way of Wazwaz.

The ultimate hand of the day got here when Robert Crow shoved all-in on the river with king excessive, and ‘Rob’ Wazwaz sniffed out his bluff to seize his first bracelet. Nonetheless, the Seattle Seahawks fan Crow nonetheless has fairly the story to go residence with, to not point out $221,399.

Rajaee Wazwaz
Rajaee Wazwaz celebrates along with his rail

Chatting with Wazwaz afterward, he shared his story, the way it felt and what it was like having his buddies rail him all evening. ”It was my third ultimate desk, however first for a very long time. Again then I wasn’t as skilled, I did not play them proper after I bought deep. However I’ve come a good distance, and my dream was to return out right here and win a bracelet”.

Wazwaz instructed PokerNews, ”I ran so pure, so pure, like my entire lifetime of taking part in tournaments, this was the purest match I’ve ever ran in my total life”.

A humble however elated Rob Wazwaz additionally had loads of good to say about his fellow ultimate tablists, ”They have been all nice gamers, it was a really powerful match, very powerful. I am simply so happy with myself for profitable. My spouse shall be comfortable, and I actually recognize my rail being right here. My rail was wonderful”.

Wazwaz, the Minnesotan native, goes again to his spouse and 5 youngsters with the bracelet. The entrepreneur says poker is simply his facet pastime and he is been taking part in a protracted, very long time. When requested about his plans to play extra occasions he instructed PokerNews ”I used to be going to return and go for 2 ultimate tables, however now I am coming again for 2 bracelets!”. Combating discuss from Wazwaz, who will come again to Vegas as soon as he is seen his household to seek for extra glory and gold within the 2022 World Collection of Poker.

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  • 1 Can’t Stop Kopp: Katie Kopp Wins First Bracelet of the 2022 WSOP
  • 2 David Peters Wins 2022 WSOP Event #2: $100K High Roller Bounty for 4th Gold Bracelet
  • 3 Scott Seiver Wins 4th Bracelet in 2022 WSOP Event #3: $2,500 Freezeout NLH ($320,059)
  • 4 For a Higher Cause: Brad Ruben Wins 4th Bracelet in 2022 WSOP Event #4: $1,500 Dealer’s Choice
  • 5 Dan Smith Captures 1st Bracelet; Wins 2022 WSOP Event #6: $25K Heads-Up Championship
  • 6 Norbert Szecsi Captures The Third Bracelet of his Career at the 2022 WSOP
  • 7 Manig ”Ohio77” Loeser Wins Second Online Bracelet in as Many Years
  • 8 Amnon Filippi Wins First WSOP Bracelet in Event #7: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better ($252,718)
  • 9 Chad Eveslage Wins 2022 WSOP Event #8: $25,000 High Roller ($1,415,610)
  • 10 Alex Livingston Wins 2022 WSOP Event #9: $1,500 Seven Card Stud ($103,282)
  • 11 Henry Acain Wins 2022 WSOP Event #5: $500 The Housewarming ($701,215)
  • 12 Raj Vohra Wins His First Bracelet at the 2022 WSOP; Takes Down the $600 Deepstack
  • 13 Ben Diebold Wins 2022 WSOP $10,000 Dealer’s Choice 6-Handed Championship ($299,488)
  • 14 Jake Schindler Wins First Bracelet and $1,328,068 in Event #12: $50,000 High Roller
  • 15 First Time’s the Charm: Michael Moncek Wins Event #13: $1,500 Limit Hold’em
  • 16 Frenchman Leo Soma Wins First WSOP Bracelet in Event #14: $1,500 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold’em ($456,889)
  • 17 Dominick Sarle Wins 2022 WSOP Event #17: $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw Lowball ($164,243)
  • 18 Bryan Schultz Wins 2022 WSOP Event #18: $1,000 Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em ($330,057)
  • 19 Stefan Lehner Wins First Bracelet in Event #16: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em ($558,616)
  • 20 Denis Nesterenko Wins Event #20: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw ($108,250)
  • 21 Tong Li Wins $1,467,739 and First Bracelet in Event #19: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller
  • 22 Adam Friedman Wins Fifth WSOP Gold Bracelet in Event #22: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship
  • 23 Brian Altman Captures His Maiden WSOP Bracelet in the Online $400 Ultra Deepstack
  • 24 Christopher Chatman Flips to Win First WSOP Bracelet in Event #24: $1,000 Flip & Go
  • 25 Rob Wazwaz Ships Event #25: $800 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstacks For $358,346

Author: Bradley Watson