Raj Vohra Wins His First Bracelet at the 2022 WSOP; Takes Down the $600 Deepstack – Agora Poker

Raj Vohra Wins His First Bracelet at the 2022 WSOP; Takes Down the $600 Deepstack

Raj Vohra Wins His First Bracelet at the 2022 WSOP; Takes Down the $600 Deepstack

Raj Vohra Event #11: $600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack at the 2022 World Series of Poker was full of excitement and at the end of the day, there could only be one winner: Raj Vohra .

Vohra, a former pro tennis player turned seasoned poker pro from Lake Worth, Florida, navigated a huge field of 5,715 players to claim his first WSOP gold bracelet at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas and the top prize of $335,886. Vohra’s now earned over $1.7m in live earnings to go along with millions earned online.

His previous best finish at the World Series of Poker came back in 2008 when he finished fifth in the $5,000 No Limit Hold’em event.

Vohra did not have it easy as he came to the final table in eighth place but nobody could put out his fire. His rail, which included his wife Sherry, cheered him on with every winning hand, with Vohra clearly feeling the love. Event #11: $600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack Final Table Results

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Raj Vohra with his wife, Sherry. “It’s a dream come true. It’s the best moment of my life. I’ve waited for so many years, at least 15 years, for this moment, and it’s finally arrived. This is just a blessing, having all my friends and family here, my wife, it doesn’t get any better than this. This is it. But this is not the end, this is just the beginning. We got the first one, let’s see how many more we’re gonna get.” Path to Bracelet

Interestingly, despite being a pro for nearly two decades, Vohra has largely stayed away from poker for the last three years, only occasionally playing a few tournaments both live and online while the coronavirus pandemic has raged on.

For Vohra, the $600 Deepstack is far below his usual buy-in and was supposed to only serve him as a warmup event to get used to being back in front of live opponents again. In fact, Vohra and his wife nearly canceled their trip to Las Vegas but decided amid all the existing […]

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