It took simply two days for a large area of 4,062 entrants within the $800 buy-in no-limit maintain’em occasion to play to a champion on this week’s deepstack event on the 2022 World Series of Poker.
Despite the modest buy-in, gamers had been capable of compete for a prize pool value $2,859,648, with $358,346 earmarked for the eventual winner. In the top, the title and the massive payday went to Minnesota poker participant Rob Wazwaz, who additionally earned his first profession bracelet.
“It was my third final table, but first in a long time,” Wazwaz instructed WSOP reporters. “Back then, I wasn’t as experienced. I didn’t play them right when I got deep. But I’ve come a long way, and my dream was to come out here and win a bracelet. I ran so pure, so pure. This was the purest tournament I’ve ever ran in my entire life.”
This was the most important rating of Wazwaz’s profession, though he has discovered the winner’s circle earlier than. In 2017, he gained the Heartland Poker Tour Indiana predominant occasion for $173,385 and in 2018, he took down the MSPT Shakopee predominant occasion for an additional $109,375. Wazwaz has a number of wins at Canterbury Park Card Club close to his dwelling, together with the Minnesota State Poker Championship.
His earlier finest end on the WSOP got here again in 2014, when he took seventh in a $1,500 no-limit maintain’em occasion for $50,246.
The remaining desk featured gamers from Israel, France, India, and Canada, in addition to the United States. Bracelet winners who made a deep run within the event included Abhinav Iyer (seventh), Sean Drake (forty eighth), Will Givens (87th), Roberly Felicio (88th), and Anatolii Zyrin (98th).
This was the primary of two $800 buy-in deepstack occasions on the WSOP schedule. The second kicks off Thursday, July 14.
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