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WSOP: Alaei Wins Third Bracelet (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

WSOP: Alaei Wins Third Bracelet
Article ID 00043455
Author Scott McDaniel
Date JULY 27 2022
Daniel Alaei has won his third World Series of Poker bracelet. The $10,000 pot-limit Omaha world championship saw some of poker’s finest come out to compete for WSOP glory. Among the 346 entrants Daniel Alaei quietly played his way into the final day, arriving at the final table ranked third in chips. He took the chip lead with four players left and never relinquished it. By beating Miguel Proulx heads up Alaei won the $780,599 first-place prize and his third WSOP bracelet. He won his first WSOP bracelet in no-limit deuce-to-seven draw lowball in 2006, and last year he took down the $10,000 Omaha eight-or-better world championship. Final-Table Results 1. Daniel Alaei — $780,599 2. Miguel Proulx — $482,265 3. Ville Mattila — $354,218 4. Ludovic Lacay — $262,208 5. Trevor Uyesugi — $195,631 6. Stephen Pierson — $147,138 7. Dmitry Stelmak — $111,524 8. Alexander Kravchenko — $85,180 9. Matthew Wheat — $65,568 Elimination Hands Wheat First to Go, Out in Ninth ($65,568) Matthew Wheat raised to 100,000 from the button and Trevor Uyesugi made the call from the big blind. The flop came Q 9 7 and Uyesugi checked to Wheat. Wheat bet 220,000 and Uyesugi raised enough to put Wheat all in. Wheat called. Their hands: Uyesugi: A Q Q 8 Wheat: Q 10 6 5 Uyesugi held a flopped set and flush draw. Wheat held a pair, straight draw and weaker flush draw. The turn was the 2 and the river 10 didn’t improve Wheat enough, sending him home in ninth place for $65,568. Kravchenko Falls in Eighth ($85,180) Ville Mattila raised to 110,000 and Alexander Kravchenko raised the last of his 225,000 in from the big blind. Mattila called and they showed down: Mattila: J 7 6 4 Kravchenko: A 9 8 8 Kravchenko was in the lead and stayed that way on a Q Q 3 flop. The turn was the 7 , giving both players straight draws but keeping Kravchenko ahead. The 5 river was a bad card for the Russian, as it gave Mattila his straight and eliminated Kravchenko in eighth place. He made $85,180. Alaei KO’s Stelmak in Seventh ($111,524) Dmitry Stelmak opened for 175,000 and Daniel Alaei moved all in, having Stelmak covered. Stelmak called and saw he was behind. Their hands: Stelmak: A K Q 6 Alaei: A A Q 9 The flop missed everyone, running J 8 4 , but the 7 on the turn gave Stelmak the flush draw. The river brought the 2 and Alaei’s aces held up to boot Stelmak in seventh place, for $111,524. Pierson Falls to Kings in Sixth ($147,138) Miguel Proulx put in a raise and Stephen Pierson reraised from the big blind. Proulx raised enough to put Pierson all in, and he called. Their hands: Pierson: A J 10 5 Proulx: K K 4 2 The board ran 9 7 6 Q 10 and Pierson was unable to best Proulx’s kings. He busted in sixth, taking $147,138 of the prize pool. Uyesugi Rivered Out in Fifth ($195,631) Trevor Uyesugi opened to 280,000 and Daniel Alaei put in a raise to put Uyesugi all in. Uyesugi put in his remaining chips and they showed down: Alaei: Q J 10 7 Uyesugi: 8 7 6 4 The flop ran 10 8 4 to give Uyesugi two pair. The K fell on the turn and he was still ahead, but the 10 river gave Alaei the best hand and Uyesugi was gone in fifth, for $195,631. Lacay Busts in Fourth ($262,208) Ludovic Lacay put his last 415,000 all in preflop and Daniel Alaei called. After some long consideration and confusion from Ville Mattila, he folded and Alaei and Lacay showed their hands: Lacay: K J 9 2 Alaei: A K Q J The board ran out Q 5 2 10 3 , giving Alaei two pair and eliminating Lacay in fourth place, for which he made $262,208. Mattila Finishes in Third ($354,218) Ville Mattila raised the pot from the button and Daniel Alaei reraised the pot from the small blind, enough to put Mattila in. He called. Their hands: Mattila: A K 7 2 Alaei: K K 6 2 The flop ran A J 6 , giving Mattila the best hand going into the turn. That’s when things started looking grim for Mattila, as the K fell to give Alaei a set. The river was the 10 and Mattila was gone in third place, making $354,218. With that, Alaei and Miguel Proulx were heads up and Alaei held a dominating chip lead. Alaei Wins Event No. 55 ($780,599), Proulx Gets Runner-Up ($482,265) In a quiet limped pot, the flop ran 10 9 5 and Miguel Proulx checked, allowing Daniel Alaei to bet 250,000. Proulx called and again checked on the 2 turn. Alaei bet 900,000 and Proulx raised all in. Alaei called quickly. Their hands: Alaei: 7 6 5 5 Proulx: A K 10 2 Alaei held a set and Proulx was in trouble. The river brought the J and Alaei eliminated Proulx in second place ($482,265) to win event No. 55 and his third WSOP bracelet. He also earned $780,599.

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