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Jason Mercier Wins World Series of Poker Event No. 35 -- $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

Jason Mercier Wins World Series of Poker Event No. 35 -- $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha
Article ID 00041140
Author Julio Rodriguez
Date JULY 27 2022
He’s done it again. Jason Mercier has won his second gold WSOP bracelet and once again, he’s done it in pot-limit Omaha. Mercier defeated a field of 507 players in event no. 35, the $5,000 six-max event. For the win, he earned $619,575 and became only the second player at this year’s World Series of Poker , John Juanda being the first, to earn a bracelet that wasn’t their first. Mercier dominated much of the tournament, but needed to score a double knockout to start the final day and get back in contention. He did and he never looked back, taking out a final table that included Hans Winzeler (second), Steven Merrifield (third), David Chiu (fourth), Joe Ressler (fifth) and Mike McDonald (sixth). Mercier now holds $6.7 million in career earnings, two WSOP titles as well as a win on the EPT , and he’s done this in less than four years on tour. “It feels awesome to win a second gold bracelet, especially in pot-limit Omaha,” Mercier said after the victory. “I won my first one in pot-limit Omaha. It just feels amazing. I’ve had so many deep runs so far at this year’s series, so it feels good to close it out. It’s important to me for people to think I am one of the best. I think I am getting to that level, if I am not already there. Obviously, winning tournaments and winning bracelets just adds to that.” Here is a look at all the action according to Card Player’s live updates page. Mike McDonald Eliminated in 6th Place ($73,965) Mike McDonald came to the final table on the short stack and was the first one eliminated in 6th place. David Chiu button-raised to 66,000, McDonald moved all in and Chiu called. Chiu: A A 9 8 McDonald: Q 10 9 8 The board came 6 6 5 6 J , giving Chiu a full house on the turn to win the pot. Mike McDonald was the first one to go in 6th place ($73,965). Joseph Ressler Eliminated in 5th Place ($105,967) Joseph Ressler opened the pot for 80,000 from under the gun, Steven Merrifield called from the small blind and Jason Mercier called from the big blind. The flop came K 10 7 ,Merrifield and Mercier both checked, Ressler bet 150,000, Merrifield check-raised to 425,000, Mercier folded, Ressler moved all in and Merrifield called. Ressler: K K 3 2 Merrifield: A 10 10 2 Ressler flopped top set while Merrifield flopped middle set. The turn and river were the 4 and the 10 , giving Merrifield quad tens on the river to win the pot. Joseph Ressler got it in good with set-over-set, but was eliminated in 5th place ($105,967) when Steven Merrifield spiked a one-outer on the river to to make quads. David Chiu Eliminated in 4th Place ($156,628) David Chiu opened the pot for a raise from the cutoff, Jason Mercier reraised from the big blind and Chiu called all in. Chiu: A K J 4 Mercier: A Q J 9 The board came A 9 4 6 10 , giving Mercier a flush on the river to win the pot. David Chiu was eliminated in 4th place ($156,628). Steven Merrifield Eliminated in 3rd Place ($239,100) Steven Merrifield button-raised to 175,000 before the flop and Hans Winzeler called. The flop came K J 10 , Winzeler checked, Merrifield moved all in for 350,000 and Winzeler called. Merrifield: A K J 4 Winzeler: A Q 10 5 Winzeler flopped the ace-high straight and was ahead when the money went in while Merrifield trailed with two pair. The turn and rover were the 3 and the 3 , no help to Steven Merrifield who was eliminated in 3rd place ($239,100). Hans Winzeler Eliminated in 2nd Place ($383,075) Jason Mercier Wins Event No. 35 ($619,575) Jason Mercier started the final heads-up match slightly outchipped, but managed to take an early lead after flopping the nut straight to win a pot worth 2 million. From there Mercier managed to extend his lead a bit, but Winzeler chipped back up and the two players were soon enough deadlocked at just under 4 million each. Winzeler took command again closing out Level 28, but Mercier quickly took the lead back after winning a big pot with a straight at the beginning of Level 29. On the final hand of the night, Jason Mercier button-raised to 160,00 before the flop, Hans Winzeler reraised to 480,000 from the big blind and Mercier called. The flop came 9 4 3 , Winzeler checked, Mercier bet 960,000, Winzeler moved all in and Mercier called. Winzeler: A K K J Mercier: Q 6 5 3 Winzeler was ahead with a pair of kings, but Mercier was drawing live with bottom pair and an open-ended straight draw. The turn and river were the 10 and the 7 , giving Mercier a straight on the river to win the pot. Hans Winzeler was eliminated in 2nd place ($383,075) while Jason Mercier wins Event #35, his second gold bracelet and the $619,575 grand prize.

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