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2015 46th Annual World Series of Poker

Saturday, June 06, 2015 to Monday, June 08, 2015

Event #17: $10,000 Razz Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $968,200
  • Entries: 103
  • Remaining: 0


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Monday, June 8, 2015 2:23 PM Local Time

Adam Owen completes with a  , Phil Hellmuth makes it two bets with another  , and Mike Gorodinsky cold-calls with a  . Owen calls the extra bet.

Owen: (x-x)/   
Hellmuth: (x-x)/   
Gorodinsky: (x-x)/   - fold

Owen's suit makes him the low, and he checks fourth street. Hellmuth bets, Gorodinsky folds his open pair, and Owen calls.

On fifth, Hellmuth bets again, and this time Owen tanks.

"I'll take this one," Hellmuth pipes up after a few seconds. "You can have the next one." After a few more seconds, Owen folds, and Hellmuth adds to his stack.

The next pot doesn't go Hellmuth's way, though, and he gives back his gains to slip down below his Day 3 starting stack.

Phil Hellmuth - 230,000

Monday, June 8, 2015 2:18 PM Local Time

Jyri Merivirta brings it in, and Stephen Chidwick completes with a  , and Shaun Deeb calls with an  . Merivirta folds.

Chidwick: (x-x)/    
Deeb: (x-x)/    

Deeb bets his lead the whole way, and Chidwick calls 12,000 on fourth and 24,000 on fifth. On sixth, though, he thinks better of it and tucks them under.

Dragging that pot pulls Deeb into a dead heat with Chidwick.

Shaun Deeb - 235,000
Stephen Chidwick - 235,000

Monday, June 8, 2015 2:12 PM Local Time

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Action folds to Eric Wasserson, who completes with  . Trevor Jones makes it two bets with   and gets the last of his chips in the middle on third against Wasserson. The cards are exposed and the boards run out like this:

Wasserson: (  )/    /( )
Jones: (  )/    /( )

Wasserson makes a 10-7 on fifth, while Jones continues to make pairs on fifth and sixth street. Wasserson sweats his river card first and sees pain. Jones flips up another pair on seventh and Wasserson takes the pot with a 10-7-6-2-A. Jones collects $22,597 for his deep run in this event.

Monday, June 8, 2015 2:01 PM Local Time
The 12 players are in their seats, and Day 3 is under way.
Monday, June 8, 2015 2:00 PM Local Time
Level: 21
Blinds: 12k/24k,Bring-in:3k
Ante: 3k
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Monday, June 8, 2015 2:30 AM Local Time

On Saturday afternoon, 103 players gathered in the Amazon Room for the start of the $10,000 Razz Championship. That number was reduced to 64 through the first ten levels, then all the way down to 12 after the next ten. That leaves two tables returning to action for today's finale, and the remaining field is as interesting as expected.

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Phil Hellmuth is the guy everyone's talking right now. "The Brat" seemed like a fitting nickname for the thirteen-time bracelet winner during portions of Day 2, and Hellmuth spent much of the day oscillating between friendly banter with his tablemates and profanity-laced outbursts of intense frustration. As the stack improved, though, so did the mood, and Hellmuth settled down and chipped up after the dinner break. He finished the night with 307,000 chips. That's good for third place right now with just 11 players standing between him and a second razz bracelet, which would be #14 overall.

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On that all-time bracelets list, Erik Seidel sits alone in sixth place with eight, and he too is looking to add to that tally today. Seidel was the victim of one of Hellmuth's Day 2 tirades, and he'd likely be thrilled to snatch this bracelet away from the man he's chasing on the leaderboard. He's in fourth place with 284,000 chips, hot on the heels of his rival. A win today would tie Seidel with the late great Johnny Moss on the bracelets leaderboard.

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Shaun Deeb (155,000) is still alive, too, and playing with a chance to win back-to-back $10,000 events. He just earned bracelet #1 in the Pot-Limit Hold'em event three short days ago. Deeb was the chip leader for much of Day 2, but the late levels knocked him all the way down toward the bottom. He'll start the day with about 10 big bets.

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Adam Owen has already locked up his biggest career tournament cash, and he holds the chip lead entering Day 3. His stack of 591,000 puts him well out in front of the pack, though the big limits mean the lead will likely change hands several times before the bracelet is clasped around someone's wrist.

Play resumes at 2:00 PM and will continue until a champion is crowned. Follow the Live Updates coverage right here, and watch the final table Live Stream by clicking here.