Martin Zamani Wins Second World Series of Poker Bracelet in $5,300 No-Limit Hold’em Online Event

Poker professional Martin Zamani won his 2nd World Series of Poker bracelet in the early hours of Monday morning after taking down the initial online event of the series.

Zamani, whose sibling Benjamin is additionally an enhanced casino poker pro with 3 WSOP bracelets of his own and also greater than $5 million in competition earnings, bested a piled 156-entry area in the $5,300 no-limit hold ’em freezeout on WSOP.com.

It’s his second bracelet of his occupation, but additionally of 2021. The Florida indigenous gained a bracelet throughout the WSOP Online series last summer when he removed the $888 crazy 8s pot-limit Omaha occasion for $92,598. With his success Monday early morning, Zamani’s job incomes crossed $2.9 million

He defeated top professional Ankush Mandavia heads-up to gain the bracelet as well as $210,600. Mandavia dropped simply shy of his second arm band and also took home $122,850 for his runner-up coating. His profession revenues leapt to more than $5.5 million.

The eight-handed occasion reached a star-studded last table after Soheb Parbandarwala was sent out to the rail in nine. Upon getting to the final table, Zamani was among the shorter stacks with about 20 large blinds, while 3 time World Poker Scenic tour Champ Brian Altman held the chip lead.

High-stakes normal Alex Foxen was the quickest stack at the table by a wide margin at the outset of the final table as well as broken soon after it was established when he got his last 3 huge blinds between preflop with KClub Suit7Spade Fit against Calvin Anderson’s JHeart Suit2Diamond Fit.

Foxen tumbled a seven, however Anderson rivered a jack to eliminate among most difficult players remaining in eighth.

Joe Kuether was the following go in brutal fashion when his pocket aces were cracked by Jason Koon’s AHeart Suit4Heart Fit. Kuether raised from very early placement and also Koon was the only caller on the button. The 10Heart Suit8Club Suit4Club Match was checked by both players and Kuether bet the 8Heart Suit turn. Koon called and the 4Diamond Match began the river.

Kuether wager almost 1.5 large blinds and also was elevated by Koon. Kuether called and also was out in seventh for $29,640. Kuether’s elimination relocated Koon into the chip lead, that lead was short-term as he doubled up both Anderson and also Altman quickly after.

In a matter of minutes, Koon went from chip bring about brief pile to out in 6th when he was eliminated by Daniel Sepiol.

While Koon was having large swings, Zamani won a lot of tiny pots as well as silently accumulated a large pile. When Koon was gotten rid of in 6th, Zamani was 2nd in chips and also stone’s throw behind Anderson.

In spite of eliminating Koon, Sepiol was the short-stack at the start of five-handed play as well as after the blinds increased, his pile deserved less than 10 large blinds. After Mandavia hopped in from the tiny blind, Sepiol shoved all in for somewhat greater than 9 large blinds with K-9. Mandavia called with pocket aces and removed the Indiana native in fifth.

3 out of the final four players already had arm bands to their name with Anderson having 2, Mandavia and Zamani each having among their very own, while Altman was searching for his very first.

Anderson’s desires of winning his third was finished shortly by Zamani just a couple of minutes after Sepiol was sent packing.

Anderson increased from under the gun and also Zamani defended his huge blind. He tumbled lower 2 couple with 3Club Suit2Club Suit on a QSpade Suit3Heart Suit2Diamond Fit flop and all the cash entered on the JClub Match turn card. Anderson cancelled his staying pile with QClub Suit10Club Suit as well as fell short to enhance the river.

The removal put Zamani neck-and-neck with Altman for the chip lead, with both players holding about double what Mandavia had actually left.

Chips went flying three-handed with Mandavia doubling through Altman and also right into the chip lead before Zamani doubled via Mandavia, relocating Zamani into the chip lead for the very first time. It left Mandavia with around 7 huge blinds contrasted to Altman’s 41 huge blind-stack as well as Zamani’s 72 blinds.

In spite of the chip difference, Altman and Zamani played a big coinflip for all the chips that ended up generally determining the event. Altman elevated on the button as well as Zamani relocated all in out of the huge blind. Altman called.

Altman revealed 8Heart Suit8Diamond Match and also Zamani turned up KSpade SuitQHeart Match. The flop was JSpade Suit9Diamond Suit8Club Suit, placing Altman in great shape however the 10Heart Fit came on the turn, filling Zamani’s gutshot straight draw. Altman needed the board to pair to survive, yet the QClub Fit came on the river sending out Altman house simply a few areas timid of his first bracelet.

Zamani after that began heads-up have fun with 3,3650,000 contrasted to Mandavia’s 249,000. Any possibility of a legendary return was squashed early on when Zamani shoved with J-7 and was called by Mandavia’s K-5. Zamani flopped trip jacks and Mandavia was drawing dead on the turn.

Final Table Results:

Place Player Earnings
1 Martin Zamani $210,600
2 Ankush Mandavia $122,850
3 Brian Altman $70,200
4 Calvin Anderson $54,600
5 Daniel Sepiol $46,800
6 Jason Koon $39,000
7 Joe Kuether $29,640
8 Alex Foxen $18,720

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