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This year’s version of the Razz Championship saw a field of 139 buy in and create a prize pool of $1,165,625. Only 13 of those starters made it through to Day 3, and after 12 hours of play on Day 3, it was Julien Martini that captured his fourth WSOP bracelet in this star-studded event. Martini secured the first-place prize of $328,604 in Event #79: $10,000 Razz Championship for a career-best WSOP cash.
“I know it’s very late, but I don’t feel tired at all,” said the newly crowned Razz champion “I just feel very excited. What a final table, what a feeling.” The French poker pro was supported by a full rail of friends and fans the whole day. He sits in ninth place on the French all-time money list, but first place for number of bracelets, being the most decorated French poker player.
“I was very close in 2018,” Martini said, referencing his third-place finish in the 2018 $10,000 Razz Championship, “This year I felt like it could be possible and thankfully I ran well and things went my way.”
Final Table Results
|2nd||Hal Rotholz||United States||$203,281|
|7th||Brian Hastings||United States||$50,295|
|8th||Brandon Shack-Harris||United States||$39,561|
|9th||Ziya Rahim||United States||$31,456|
Action Of The Day
It took slightly under two levels to get to the final table. Laith Salem (13th - $20,746), David Benyamine (12th - $20,746), and Chance Kornuth (11th - $25,375) all fell prior to the final table. The final player to be eliminated before the final table was Joao Vieira whose jack-nine could not best the eight-six of Yueqi Zhu; Vieira left the tournament in tenth place for $25,375.
Final Table Action
Ziya Rahim came into the final table as the shortest stack after a bluff gone wrong against Martini. Rahim got all of his chips in against Zhu with a ten-eight, but it was no good against the nine-seven of Zhu, and Rahim exited the tournament in ninth place for $31,456.
Shortly after Rahim, it was the start of day chip leader Brandon Shack-Harris following him to the door. Shack-Harris could not get any momentum going throughout the day and ended up getting all of his chips in against Zhu with a ten-seven against a nine-eight and bowed out in eighth place for $39,561.
The other start-of-day big stacked player, Brian Hastings, found himself on the wrong end of pots with Martini with two tables left and was one of the short stacks at the final table. Hastings got his remaining chips in with king-nine against Martini who had made a wheel and he left the tournament in seventh place for $50,295.
After that, it would take some time before another player fell, but after much chip jockeying, Italy’s Max Pescatori found himself all-in and at risk with the shortest stack at the table up against Martini. Martini made a perfect ten to beat Pescatori’s ten-seven and Italy’s five-time bracelet winner exited the tournament in sixth place for $64,847.
Brazil’s Felipe Ramos saw himself vying for the chip lead with six players left, but after a few pots did not go his way, he found himself nursing one of the shorter stacks. He eventually got all of his chips in on a seven draw, only to run into the wheel of Martini. Ramos busted in fifth place for $84,683.
Some time passed before the next player fell as three of the four players each fell to the shortest stack at the table. Eventually, it was WSOP Main Event champion Koray Aldemir who crashed out when he committed his short stack with a nine-eight against Hal Rotholz’ seven-five, and Aldemir headed to the cashier to collect fourth place prize money worth $111,991.
Martini then took a huge chip lead, putting both Zhu and Rotholz at below three big bets. Despite holding a big stack most of the final table, Zhu was left with just one ante and was eliminated when his king-nine could not beat the nine-seven of Martini. Zhu scooped $149,958 for his third-place finish.
Rotholz began the final table as one of the shortest stacks but managed to ladder up to a heads-up match for the bracelet. Sitting at a twelve-to-one deficit, it seemed probable that the chips would go in quickly and they did. Rotholz found himself drawing to an eight against the nine-seven of Martini and he did not make it, leaving Martini with the bracelet and Rotholz with a career-best score of $203,281 for his runner-up finish.
Congratulations to Martini for winning his fourth bracelet in Event #79: $10,000 Razz Championship. Thank you to all who played and thank you for reading along. Stay tuned to PokerNews for all updates regarding the 2022 World Series of Poker.
Hal Rotholz: /
Julien Martini: /
Hal Rotholz completed, then called when Julien Martini raised. Martini bet again on fourth and Rotholz called.
Martini put out another bet on fifth, Rotholz raised all in for 250,000, and Martini called.
Martini finished with for 9-7-4-3-A. Rotholz ended up with for a ten-low, securing his elimination as the runner-up and Martini his fourth career WSOP bracelet.
Julien Martini completed with a up and was called by Hal Rotholz with his up.
Julien Martini: /
Hal Rotholz: / (Folded on sixth street)
Martini bet on fourth, fifth and sixth street and by sixth street Rotholz was left shaking his head and tossing his hand into the muck.
Both players have agreed to play on without taking a 10-minute break.
Hal Rotholz: //
Julien Martini: //
Hal Rotholz completed and Julien Martini called. Rotholz bet again on fourth and Martini put in the chips.
Martini led out on fifth and Rotholz called. Rotholz did the betting on sixth and Martini stuck around before checking on seventh.
"Ten-seven," Rotholz said as he checked behind, showing . Martini tapped the felt and surrendered the pot.
Hal Rotholz completed with a up and Julien Martini called with an up.
Hal Rotholz: /
Julien Martini: / (Folded on fifth street)
Rotholz bet on fourth street and Martini called.
Rotholz moved all in on fifth street and Martini quickly folded.
Yueqi Zhu was all in for his last chips and Hal Rotholz and Julien Martini checked their hands all the way down.
Zhu shook his opponent's hands and exited in third place.
The players have now set up for heads up play.
Julien Martini: //
Yueqi Zhu: //
Julien Martini and Yueqi Zhu exchanged bets through to fifth street, where Martini put out a bet and Zhu called.
Zhu called again on sixth. On seventh, Martini sat motionless for a moment before betting. Zhu called and Martini turned over for 9-7-5-2-A.
"He can't miss," Hal Rotholz said as Martini now controls more than 85 percent of the chips in play.