Wednesday June 26, 2019 at 3:32 pm

Three more first-time winners won bracelets at the 2019 WSOP. Dash Dudley took down Event #52 $10,000 PLO 8-Handed for his first bracelet and $1,086,967. Spain's Santiago Soriano won his first bracelet with a victory in Event #53 $800 NL Deepstack. Over in the Razz craziness, Kevin Gerhart was the last player standing in Event #54 $1,500 Razz to win his first bling.

Busy Tuesday at the Rio. The Poker Player's Championship continued and Phil Ivey is the big stack heading into Day 3. Three more events played down to a champion including the $10K PLO event that awarded a cool million to the champion. In addition, one of the Deepstack's finally finished out its final table and the Razz event crowned its new (sadist) champion.

Event #52 $10,000 PLO 8-Handed - Final Results

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This year's 10K PLO 8-max attracted 518 runners and a prize pool that nearly topped $4.9 million. Only the top 78 places paid out with most of the cheesecake set aside to the champion (a tad more than a cool million) and the Top 3.

The final table in this 8-max event included Dash Dudley, James Park, Joel Feldman, Jeremy Ausmus, Kyle Montgomery, Eoghan O'Dea, Andrey Razov, and Will Jaffe.

Jaffe hit the bricks first in 8th place. Russia's Andrey Razov followed suited in seventh place. Ireland's Eoghan O'Dea went semi-deep but his run ended in sixth place.

With five to go, it was one Aussie, one Brit and a tri of Yanks including Jeremy Ausmus. His run came to a half in fourth place.

Feldman the Aussie busted in third place, which paid out $464K. Not too shabby for a third-place score, eh?

Feldman's exit set up a heads-up battle between James Park and Dash Dudley. The Brit found himself heads-up against the American.

Alas, it was meant to be for Dash Dudley. The poker gods plucked him to win the next bracelet at the 2019 WSOP.

Park busted in second place, which paid out $671,802 for the runner-up.

Dudley banked over $1,086,967 for first place. He also got to slap a bracelet around his wrist for the first time.

Danny Alaei bubbled the final table in ninth place.

Notables who went deep and cashed in the 10K PLO included... Chase Steely, Ben Lamb, Kahle Burns, James Hughes, Anthony Zinno, Bryce Yockey, Dan Fuchs, Matt Parry, Eddie Ochana, Pat Mahoney, Ryan D'Angelo, Kane Kalas, Tobias Ziegler, Shaun Deeb, Luke Schwartz, Sylvain Loosli, Kevin Eyster, Adam Hendrix, Scott Bohlman, Todd Ivens, Peter Costa, David "Bakes" Baker, Martin Kozlov.

2019 WSOP - Event #52 $10,000 PLO 8-Handed

Entrants: $4,869,200

Prize Pool: 518

Payouts: 78

 

Final Table Results:

1. Dash Dudley (USA) $1,086,967

2. James Park (UK) $671,802

3. Joel Feldman(Australia) $463,814

4. Jeremy Ausmus (USA) $325,693

5. Kyle Montgomery (USA) $232,680

6. Eoghan O'Dea (Ireland) $169,173

7. Andrey Razov(Russia) $125,215

8. Will Jaffe (USA) $94,380

Event #53 $800 NL Deepstack - Final Results

Santiago Soriano held off a final table that included a couple of Israeli players, along with a Brazilian, Frenchman, Italian, American, and Canadian.

The final table included Santiago Soriano, Amir Lehavot, Ben Underwood, Nick Blackburn, Joao Valli, Samuel Gagnon, Daniele D'Angelo, and Ori Hasson.

Israel's Hasson busted first at the final table, while Amir Lehavot got heads-up with Soriano. Lehavot couldn't pick off Soriano and he had to settle on $229,420 for a runner-up score.

Soriano won his first bracelet and $371,203 in cash for taking down the Deepstack bracelet.

Notables who went deep and cashed included Damian Salas, Maria Konnikova, Robert Chueng, Phil Hellmuth, Dutch Boyd, Jason Vogel, Li Peng, Lee Childs, Joe Cheong, Jason Wheeler, Jamie Kaplan, Greg Raymer, Asi Moshe, and Matt Affleck

Event #54 $1,500 Razz - Final Results

This year's junk-buster attracted 363 runners. They created a prize pool worth $490K. Only the top 55 sadists got paid out.

Kevin Gerhart was the last one standing in Razz. He banked $119K for his brick-dodging fortitude.

Jen Tilly went deep in Razz but she missed out on the final table when she busted in 12th place.

The final table of Razz also included Greg Wyraz, Rob Campbell, Scott Clements, Jean Said, Andres Korn, Joe Hoffman, Sergio Braga, and Kevin Gerhart.

Notables who went deep and cashed included.... Noah Bronstein, Gary Benson, Adam Owen, Karina Jett, Matt Vengrin, Amon Filippi, Miami John, Lonnie Heimowitz, Michel Gathy, Gavin Griffin, and Shirley Rosario.

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