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Jason Mercier second in 10K Razz Championship after Ray Dehkharghani

Jason Mercier second in $10K Razz Championship after Ray Dehkharghani

Just a couple of days after winning the $10K 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship for $273,335 and a lot of extra money thanks to some bracelet bets, Jason Mercier found himself in another good position to win a WSOP bracelet in the $10K Razz Championship.

 

 

Mercier can win $1,8 million from Vanessa Selbst if he manages to win three bracelets during this World Series of Poker. With only $10K of his own money on the line, Vanessa sure is sweating all Mercier's action. She can be a little relieved with the outcome of the Razz Championship, because Mercier ended as runner-up behind Ray Dehkharghani.

 

 

The final table draw was as follows:

Seat

Player

Country

Chips

BB

1

Bart Hanson

USA

246.000

(8)

2

Jyri Merivirta

Finland

109.000

(4)

3

Ray Dehkharghani

USA

838.000

(28)

4

Robert Campbell

Australia

360.000

(12)

5

Jason Mercier

USA

1.595.000

(53)

6

Brian Hastings

USA

367.000

(12)

7

Yueqi Zhu

China

312.000

(10)

8

John Racener

USA

1.174.000

(39)

 

 

Starting as the chipleader, all eyes were on Mercier. Unfortunately for him (and fortunately for Selbst) he ended the match as runner-up, good for another $168,936. Ray Dehkharghani took the bracelet and a price of $273,338. Below are the results of the final table.

 

 

 

Position

Player

Country

Price

1

Ray Dehkharghani

USA

$273.338

2

Jason Mercier

USA

$168.936

3

Yueqi Zhu

China

$116.128

4

Brian Hastings

USA

$82.078

5

Robert Campbell

Australia

$59.694

6

John Racener

USA

$44.712

7

Bart Hanson

USA

$34.521

8

Jyri Merivirta

Finland

$27.499

 

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