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Event #17: $10,000 Seven-Card Razz
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123

Event Info

Buy-in $10,000
Players 103
Players Left 103
Average Chip Stack 30,000
Total Chips 3,090,000

Highlights

Highlights

Event #17: $10,000 Seven-Card Razz
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Phil Hellmuth Does It Again, Captures 14th Bracelet

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Phil Hellmuth
Phil Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth's closest call at the 2014 WSOP was in the $1,500 Razz event, where he finished runner-up to Ted Forrest. Hellmuth began that heads-up duel with about a 4:1 chip lead, but couldn't close it out.

Fast forward one year and one week and there was Hellmuth again - heads up for a razz bracelet. Though, this time it was in Event #17: $10,000 Razz Championship. Bracelet winner Mike Gorodinsky was in Hellmuth's way this time, but the now 14-time bracelet-winner battled back from a heads-up deficit to make history once again.

"It's an amazing feeling, and it's one of those where I kept my head down the whole time and tried to stay kind of detached from the result. I was just focusing on playing great," said Hellmuth after the win.

For more on Hellmuth's historic accomplishment, click here.

$10,000 Razz Championship Final Table Results

PlacePlayerHometownPrize
1Phil HellmuthMadison, WI$271,105
2Mike GorodinskySan Diego, CA$167,517
3Adam OwenFolkestone, UK$104,914
4Mike LeahToronto, ON, Canada$75,964
5Thomas KellerChandler, AZ$59,370
6Jyri MerivirtaHelsinki, Finland$47,344
7Stephen ChidwickDeal, UK$38,447
8Brandon Shack-HarrisChicago, IL$31,727

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