Brian Altman Captures His Maiden WSOP Bracelet in the Online $400 Ultra Deepstack

Brian Altman

Brian "JackBogle" Altman survived the entire field and claimed the victory of Online Bracelet Event #3: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Ultra Deepstack, part of the bust 2022 World Series of Poker schedule.

Altman has cashed 70 times in WSOP events and taken home three circuit rings, but this victory is surely one of the sweetest as it comes with his maiden unmatched WSOP gold bracelet. A resident of Boston, MA, Altman was 194th on the all-time money list prior to today's dominating performance. He takes home the $110,662 that comes along with his first-place finish.

Altman outlasted the 1,641 entries that generated a prize pool of $757,440.

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2022 WSOP [Online] $400 No-Limit Hold-em Ultra Deepstack Final Table Results

1Brian "JackBogle" Altman,United States$110,662
2Eric "Stackattack5" Salazar,United States$68,397
3Gianluca "inmyhouse" SperanzaItaly$50,218
4"ninjaG0"United States$37,190
5bvaysUnited States$27,798
6Sean "Hurricane27" LegendreUnited States$20,905
7Chris "Glive" GinleyUnited States$12,119
8Zachary "Kings702" GrechUnited States$15,830
9Vinny "MrSinister" PahujaUnited States$9,392

Path to Victory

Altman came into the final table with about 35 percent of the chips in play and seemed to make all the right moves to continue extending that lead. A key hand developed early at the final table when three premiums were dealt to Chris "Glive" Ginley, Zachary "Kings702" Grech, and Altman. Altman's was the best of the three, with pockets kings against queens and tens. That hand not only eliminated two opponents, but gave Altman more than half of the chips in play.

Once play made its way to heads up between Altman and Eric "Stackattack5" Salazar, it looked as if Altman would continue his smooth sailing to the top spot on the podium. However, Salazar flopped trips when Altman made top pair and evened out the two player's stacks quickly. That was the last time the stacks would be close, though, After that hiccup, Altman turned on the gas and sealed the victory about half an hour later.

Altman Wins

Congratulation to Brian "JackBogle" Altman on winning his maiden WSOP bracelet! Stay tuned to PokerNews throughout the 2022 WSOP as we bring you all the action from every bracelet-awarding event.

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Terrance "TJ" Reid is a writer, poker player, and lover of games of all types. He played professional poker in his twenties before deciding to pursue his love of writing. Terrance is part of the 2022 PokerNews WSOP team.

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