Julien Perouse Captures Bracelet In Online $3,200 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller 8-Max ($324,767)

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Phil Toogood
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Julien "StepUpPoker" Perouse

The 2022 WSOP has another bracelet winner, after France's Julien "StepUpPoker" Perouse took down [Online] $3,200 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller 8-Max to capture his first bracelet and $324,767, beating out a final table of American players; another bracelet for France at this years World Series of Poker.

[Online] $3,200 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller 8-Max Final Table Payouts

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1stJulien PerouseFrance$324,767
2ndCalvin AndersonUSA$202,627
3rdGabriel NastasaUSA$137,055
4thAlex GreenblattUSA$97,820
5thJohn RiordanUSA$66,512
6thBrian "JackBogle" AltmanUSA$47,835
7thCorey "Corgasm" PaggeotUSA$35,070
8thAdam "PHsGoldShoes" HendrixUSA$26,336

This year’s version of the event drew event more entries than last year, only building on the success of the WSOP this summer. The $1,343,680 prize pool paid 54 players based on 340 entrants (including a whopping 102 re-entries). Players like recent bracelet winner Patrick "BarnyBoatman" Leonard, David "vincevegas" Baker, Upeshka "gomezhamburg" De Silva and Christopher "WATnlos" Frank all jumped in the action throughout registration, but came up short before the money.

The bubble boy was Scott ‘’Thatspraxis’’ Seiver, who busted in a three-way all-in that send him to the rail before the money along with Brett ‘’RaptopStyle’’ Apter.

Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Many big names did make the money, however. A few notables that were successful in getting a return on their investment include: Mike ‘’YagamiLight’’ Watson (44th), Daniel ‘’DNegs’’ Negreanu (34th) and Jeremy ‘’ChipChecka’’ Ausmus (25th).

The unfortunate bubble boy was none other than Ethan ‘’Rampunts’’ Yau, a Youtube poker vlogger known as ''Rampage Poker''. Yau had a rough last few levels, going from top of the table with 16 players left to out in ninth.

Adam ‘’PHsGoldShoes’’ Hendrix (8th) and Corey ‘’Corgasm'' Paggeot (7th) managed to bust on the same hand after being short stacked and both getting it in against Brian ‘’JackBogle’’ Altman. Altman held with tens versus king-ten and a pair of nines to take play six-handed.

Altman then ran into the aces all-in preflop against Calvin "projector52" Anderson to finish in sixth for $47,835, just after busting those two players.

Calvin Anderson
Calvin Anderson

John "Macallan25" Riordan was next to fall, after a lengthy five-handed battle. The short-stacked Riordan ran into Anderson's kings and it was good game sir, as he didn't improve.

In fourth place came Alex "Im_doo" Greenblatt, swiftly followed by Gabriel "black_mamba" Nastasa. Both falling to the eventual champion. They took home $97,820 and $137,055 respectively.

Just before the two busts outs detailed above, Perouse enjoyed a huge double-up against Anderson that set him up to win. They went into heads-up with a huge chip disparity, Perouse's 10,200,000 against Andersons 1,200,000

Heads-up play took just a couple of hands after the short stack Anderson got it in against Perouse with one over to Perouse's pocket eights. He couldn't find a way to win and was sent to the rail in second place. A great showing from the crusher, Anderson, who nearly got himself another bracelet to add to his collection.

That concludes action from the [Online] $3,200 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller 8-Max. Congratulations or félicitations to Julien Perouse, your winner! Make sure to keep with PokerNews for all the updates as we conclude other events including the Main Event, live from Bally's and Paris Ballrooms, Las Vegas.

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