Jul 17, 2022
Photo: Mike Vanier (left) and Robert Mizrachi
Without all the pomp and circumstance of television or a live-stream, heads-up play begins immediately after the elimination of Yulian Bogdanov in third place.
Here are the approximate chip counts for heads-up play, followed by the final table payouts:
Robert Mizrachi – 44,900,000 (112 bb)
Mike Vanier – 14,200,000 (36 bb)
3rd: Yulian Bogdanov – $440,000
4th: Leon Sturm – $327,000
5th: Raul Manzanares – $247,000
6th: Javier Zarco – $188,000
Reminder: In heads-up play, the button has the small blind and acts first before the flop.
* First-place amount includes the winner’s $10,400 seat into the season-ending WPT Championship.