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Buy-In: $2,500
Prize Pool: $684,775
Entrants: 301

Event 33 - $2,500 Seven Card Razz

  • Jun 18, '13 - Jun 20, '13
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Updates on Final Day (Jun 20, 13)

 
 

Bryan Campanello Wins Event No. 33 ($178,052)

Level: 27

Limits: 40,000-80,000 with a 10,000 ante

Players Remaining: 1 out of 301

Runner-Up David BachPlayers Eliminated:

2nd: David Bach – $110,098

Live Updates:

Bryan Campanello Wins Event No. 33 ($178,052) — David Bach Eliminated in Second Place ($110,098)

David Bach completed and Bryan Campanello raised. Bach called and on fourth street Bach bet. Campanello called and on fifth street Bach bet again. Campanello raised all in and Bach called.

By seventh street Bach held a K-9-5-4-3. Campanello made a 8-6-4-3-A low and that won the pot and the tournament. Bach was eliminated in second place and took home $110,098. Campanello took home his first gold bracelet and the top prize worth $178,052.

Be sure to check back with Card Player for all of your final table action, chip counts, and prize payouts for each gold bracelet event.

Player Tags: David Bach,   Bryan Campanello
 

Level 26 Update: Jim Wheatley Eliminated in 3rd Place

Level: 26

Limits: 30,000-60,000 with a 7,000 ante

Players Remaining: 2 out of 301

Average Chip Count: 926,250

Chip Counts:

Seat 6: David Bach – 535,000
Seat 7: Bryan Campanello – 1,450,000

Players Eliminated:

3rd: Jim Wheatley – $72,346

Jim WheatleyLive Updates:

Jim Wheatley Eliminated in Third Place ($72,346)

Bryan Campanello completed and Jim Wheatley raised. Campanello reraised and Wheatley reraised all in. Campanello called and by seventh street he had the upper hand with a 10-9-8-7-5. That was enough to beat the Q-J low of Wheatley, who was eliminated in third place. Campanello was up to 1.8 million at the start of heads-up play against David Bach (480,000).

Player Tags: James Wheatley,   Bryan Campanello
 

Level 25 Update: Sebastian Pauli Eliminated in 4th Place

Level: 25

Limits: 25,000-50,000 with a 5,000 ante

Players Remaining: 3 out of 301

Average Chip Count: 617,500

Chip Counts:

Seat 4: Jim Wheatley – 360,000
Seat 6: David Bach – 535,000
Seat 7: Bryan Campanello – 1,450,000

Players Eliminated:

4th: Sebastian Pauli – $52,844

Live Updates:

Sebastian Pauli Eliminated in Fourth Place ($52,844)

Sebastian Pauli completed and Jim Wheatley raised. Pauli called all in and by seventh street he held K-J-8-7-6. Wheatley won the pot with 7-6-4-3-2 and he grew his stack above 300,000. Pauli was eliminated in fourth place.

Player Tags: James Wheatley,   Sebastian Pauli
 

Level 24 Update: A Couple Doubles

Level: 24

Limits: 20,000-40,000 with a 5,000 ante

Players Remaining: 4 out of 301

Average Chip Count: 463,125

Chip Counts:

Seat 3: Sebastian Pauli – 660,000
Seat 4: Jim Wheatley – 120,000
Seat 6: David Bach – 550,000
Seat 7: Bryan Campanello – 1,040,000

Players Eliminated:

None

Live Updates:

Sebastian Pauli Doubles Up

Sebastian Pauli got the last of his chips into the middle against Bryan Campanello and by seventh street he had made a J-6-5-4-3 low. Campanello mucked his cards. Pauli was up to 230,000 after the hand and Campanello was still cruising with 870,000.

Jim Wheatley Doubles Up

Sebastian Pauli completed and Jim Wheatley moved all in. Pauli called and he made a K-8-7-5-4 low. Wheatley held a J-7-5-4-2 low and that was good to double up to 120,000. Pauli was down to 660,000 after the hand.

 

Level 23 Update: Ivan Schertzer Eliminated in 5th Place

Level: 23

Limits: 15,000-30,000 with a 3,000 ante

Players Remaining: 4 out of 301

Average Chip Count: 463,125

Chip Counts:

Seat 3: Sebastian Pauli – 328,000
Seat 4: Jim Wheatley – 360,000
Seat 6: David Bach – 672,000
Seat 7: Bryan Campanello – 766,000

Players Eliminated:

5th: Ivan Schertzer – $39,128

Live Updates:

Ivan Schertzer Eliminated in Fifth Place ($39,128)

Ivan Schertzer raised and Bryan Campanello called. Sebastian Pauli also called and on fourth street Campanello led the betting. Pauli folded and Schertzer called. Fifth street hit and Campanello bet. Schertzer raised all in and Campanello called.

By seventh street Campanello held a 9-7 low, and that was more than enough to beat Schertzer, who was eliminated in fifth place. Campanello held more than 750,000 after the hand.

Player Tags: Ivan Schertzer,   Bryan Campanello
 

Level 22 Update: Ismael Bojang Out 8th, Rick Fuller Out 7th, Brent Keller Out 6th

Level: 22

Limits: 12,000-24,000 with a 3,000 ante

Players Remaining: 5 out of 301

Average Chip Count: 370,500

Chip Counts:

Seat 3: Sebastian Pauli – 140,000
Seat 4: Jim Wheatley – 460,000
Seat 5: Ivan Schertzer – 65,000
Seat 6: David Bach – 455,000
Seat 7: Bryan Campanello – 681,000

Players Eliminated:

8th: Ismael Bojang – $17,235
7th: Rick Fuller – $22,351
6th: Brent Keller – $29,369

Live Updates:

Ismael Bojang Eliminated in Eighth Place ($17,235)

Rick Fuller completed and Brent Keller called. Ismael Bojang also called and Sebastian Pauli raised. Fuller folded and Keller and Bojang called. Keller bet on fourth street and Bojang raised all in for 16,000. Pauli called, Keller raised, and Pauli called.

Keller bet fifth street and Pauli got out of the way. By the end of the hand Keller held a 8-6-4-3-2 and Bojang mucked his cards. Bojang was eliminated in eighth place and Keller was up to 355,000.

Rick FullerRick Fuller Eliminated in Seventh Place ($22,351)

Rick Fuller completed and Brent Keller raised. Fuller raised all in and Keller called. The cards ran out and Keller made a 9-6-5-3-A to top the 9-7-5-4-2 of Fuller. Keller held 130,000 after the hand and Fuller was eliminated seventh place.

Brent Keller Eliminated in Sixth Place ($29,369)

Brent Keller moved all in on fourth street and Ivan Schertzer called. By the end of the hand Schertzer held 10-6-4-3-A, which was enough to eliminate Keller in sixth place. Schertzer was around 100,000 after the hand.

Player Tags: Rick Fuller,   Brent Keller,   Ismael Bojang
 

Official Final Table Begins for Event No. 33 ($2,500 Seven-Card Razz)

The final table of Event No. 33 ($2,500 Seven-Card Razz) has begun, and Card Player will be posting level-by-level updates with all major hands, current chip counts, and prize payouts.

With the elimination of Frankie O’Dell in ninth place ($13,469), the eight-handed final table is now set. Play will begins in Level 21 with limits of 10,000-20,000 with a 2,000 ante, and action will continue until a winner is determined. Play may be extended an additional day if it takes more than 10 levels to reach a winner as noted on the official structure sheet. With cards now back in the air, here is a look at the final table and how these players stack up:

Seat 1: Brent Keller – 181,000
Seat 2: Ismael Bojang – 110,000
Seat 3: Sebastian Pauli – 484,000
Seat 4: Jim Wheatley – 460,000
Seat 5: Ivan Schertzer – 320,000
Seat 6: David Bach – 73,000
Seat 7: Bryan Campanello – 442,000
Seat 8: Rick Fuller – 184,000

While only 8 remain, this event attracted a field of 301 players, creating a total prize pool of $684,775, and the top 32 players made the money. Here is a look at the final table payouts:

1st Place: $178,052
2nd Place: $110,098
3rd Place: $72,346
4th Place: $52,844
5th Place: $39,128
6th Place: $29,369
7th Place: $22,351
8th Place: $17,235

Be sure to check back with Card Player at the conclusion of each level for regular updates with all major hands, current chip counts, and prize payouts.

Player Tags: Rick Fuller,   David Bach
 

Event No. 33 Final Day Updates Begin with Official Final Table of Eight Players

The final day of Event No. 33 ($2,500 Razz) begins with 14 players from the initial field of 301 and they will be playing down to a champion tonight. Cards get into the air at 2 p.m. PT and that’s when the remaining field will begin to march down to the final table. Notables still in the hunt include David Bach, Rick Fuller, Frankie O’Dell, and Randy Ohel.

Card Player will bring you level-by-level updates with chip counts and payouts once the official final table begins with the final eight players in the event. Tune back in at that time to see which player will walk away with the top prize of $178,052 and a World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

 
 
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