Just two WSOP bracelets were awarded on Day #16 of the World Series, but both of them went to thoroughly deserving winners. While one man was celebrating his first-ever WSOP jewelry, the other won his fifth bracelet, the most anyone has captured in the past decade. MIZRACHI WINS FIFTH BRACELET Michael 'The
With a board of [6sKsJs8c] Ryan Laplante cut out a bet of 25,000. Sean Perry made the call from the small blind and Ralph Wong folded. The river was the [2d] and Perry checked it to Laplante. After using most of his shot clock Laplante put out a bet of 179,000. Perry
Jake Schindler opened the action from under the gun to 3,500. Erik Seidel was next to act and called. Action folded to Joseph Orsino in the cutoff who three-bet to 15,000. The blinds folded and the action was back on Schindler who mucked his cards. Seidel thought it over before cutting
Ben Yu open-shoved his last 17,500 from under the gun. Action folded to Ryan Laplante in the big blind who made the call and the cards were tabled. Yu [Kh8c] Laplante [Ks2d] The dealer spread [KcJc4s3c7c] and Yu found the double up.