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Poker News | World Series of Poker | WSOP 2013

Bryan Campanello scored Event #33 $2,500 Seven-Card Razz

Bryan Campanello Event 33
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Fourteen players returned for Day 3 of Event #33 $2,500 Seven-Card Razz and all of them were in the hunt for a bracelet, the glory, and the prize money. WSOP-Circuit grinder Bryan Campanello brought it all home when he won his first bracelet and $178,052. Campanello had to get past David Bach heads-up for the title and the finale denied Bach his second bracelet.


PlacePlayerPrize (USD)
1Bryan Campanello$178,052
2David Bach$110,098
3Jim Wheatley$72,346
4Sebastian Pauli$52,844
5Ivan Schertzer$39,128
6Brent Keller$29,369
7Rick Fuller$22,351
8Ismael Bojang$17,235

David Bach was the chip leader on both Day 1 and Day 2 but when heads-up play began, Campanello had a massive chip lead. Even though Bach battled hard and gained a little ground here and there, Campanello was running in high gear and couldn't be stopped.

The final hand came down when Bach completed with a {3-}, and Campanello raised with {4-}. Bach called. A four hit both of them on fourth. Bach bet and Campanello called. Bach thought for a moment but still bet a {k-} on fifth; Campanello raised to put him all in with a {6-}. Bach called.

Bach: {9-Spades}{5-}/{3-}{4-}{k-}
Campanello: {a-}{3-}/{4-}{4-}{6-}

Bach paired a three — he was drawing to a nine — while Campanello caught a {10-}. Campanello looked at his hole card on seventh first and then showed an {8-} which gave him an eight-six low. David "Gunslinger" Bach turned over a {5-} and had to accept second place.

Bryan Campenllo added a gold bracelet to his collection which already has a WSOP circuit ring. Congratulations Bryan!

Kristy Arnett spends a few minutes with Bryan after his win:

The full tournament report can be found here.

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