Wednesday July 3, 2019 at 3:35 pm

Australian pro Robert Campbell won his second bracelet at the 2019 World Series of Poker to become the first and only player with multiple bracelet victories in 2019. Campbell moved into first place in the WSOP POY Race ahead of Dan Zack with a victory in Event #67 $10,000 Stud 8 Championship. He outlasted a small field of 151 runners to bank $385,763.

Ship to Oz, two times! Robert Campbell made history with his second bracelet victory on the eve of the WSOP Main Event. Through 70 or so events, he's the only player to win two bracelets this year.

There's typically one player that gets super hot and runs good every summer. That's when the poker gods bless you with multiple bracelet victories. It happened to Shaun Deeb last year. This year, it's Rob Campbell's turn.

Campbell won his first career bling earlier this summer when he went the distance in Event #33 $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw for a nifty score worth $144,027. He beat David "Gunslinger" Bach heads up for his first bling.

Now, you can add a 10K Stud 8 title to his growing resume after a win late on Tuesday night at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas.

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The $10,000 buy-in Seven-Card Stud 8 Championship attracted 151 runners this year. Only the top 23 places paid out of the $1.4 million prize pool.

Larry S. Bernstein bubbled the final table in ninth place. Other notables going deep in 10K Stud 8 included Jesse Martin, Eli Elezra, Anthony Zinno, Jon Turner, Randy Ohel, Daniel Ospina, Mark Gregorich, TOommy Hang, Bryn Kenney, Jerry Wong, and Jack Duong.

The stacked final table in the 10K Stud 8 did not have any weak spots with Campbell, Mike Wattel, Yueqi Zhu, Ryan Hughes, Steven Wolansky, Qinghai Pan, Andrey Zhigalov, and Mike "The Mouth" Matusow.

Ryan Hughes bounced in fifth place, while Matusow's run ended in fourth place. The Mouth banked $116K for his deep run.

Mike Wattel came close to adding another bracelet to his collection, but the Stud wizard hit the bricks in third place, He took home $164K for his work and the finale was set between Yueqi Zhu and Robert Campbell.

Zhu won his first bracelet last summer with a Mixed Omaha bling. He also was a runner-up in Omaha Mix just the other day.

Alas, Zhu settled on another runner-up finish in this one. Heck of a run, but he earned $238,420 for second place. Not too shabby, eh?

Campbell stepped into the glorious winner circle for a second time in less than three weeks. First place paid out $385,763 plus the bling.

It's been a profitable summer in Las Vegas for Campbell. His tally is two bracelets, seven cashes, four final tables, and nearly $666K in earnings.

Campbell seized first place in the 2019 WSOP Player of the Year race. He's up there with Daniel Zack, Phil Hui, Shaun Deeb, and Scott Clements.

2019 WSOP - Event #67 $10,000 Stud 8 Championship

Entrants: 151

Prize Pool: $1,419,400

Payouts: 23

 

Final Table Results:

1. Robert Campbell (Australia) $385,763

2. Yueqi Zhu (China) $238,420

3. Mike Wattel (USA) $164,647

4. Mike Matusow (USA) $116,255

5. Ryan Hughes (USA) $83,971

6. Qinghai Pan (USA) $62,079

7. Andrey Zhigalov (Russia) $46,999

8. Steven Wolansky (USA) $36,460

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