Monday, June 8, 2015 7:22 PM Local Time
Phil Hellmuth Wins 14th Gold Bracelet in the Razz Championship ($271,105)
Mike Gorodinsky brings it in with a , and Phil Hellmuth calls with a .
Gorodinsky: ( )/ /(x)
Hellmuth: ( )/ /(x)
On fourth street, Gorodinsky makes the first bet of 60,000, and Hellmuth raises to 120,000. Gorodinsky ends up getting the rest of his 265,000 chips in right there, and the down-cards are turned up.
By the time the last card is dealt face-down, Hellmuth has a made ten-low, and Gorodinsky is still drawing to his. As is typically the case, the big stack (Hellmuth) turns his card over first. It's an , improving him to a seven-low. Gorodinsky is drawing stone dead to his own river, and he's been eliminated.
The two men stand to a loud ovation, and Hellmuth puts his hand on Gorodinsky's shoulder, leaning in close to say a few quiet words.
The two shake hands, and Gorodinsky steps off the stage as the runner-up, earning $167,517.
Once again, Phil Hellmuth is a WSOP champion. He wins this $10,000 Razz Championship, claiming his 14th career gold bracelet and the $271,105 top prize.