Robert Mizrachi has won the $10,000 Seven Card Stud event at the 2016 WSOP. In 2014 he won the Dealer’s Coice event and 2015 he won the Omaha Eight or Better event. For his win, he picks up a prize of $242,662 and gold bracelet. This is his fourth bracelet
He started the final day as chip leader and had quite few competitors. It’s not every day that a chip leader can hold that lead to first place but somehow he managed. Among his competitors were Ted Forrest and three time bracelet winner George Danzier.
The head to head tournament was comprised of Mizrachi and Matt Grapenthien, who previously won this event in 2014. Even though he lead going into the showdown, it took three hours of card playing till the final hand came.
The final hand was won by Mizrachi who had pocket aces against Grapenthien’s unsuited four and three. For second place Grapenthien picks up $149,976.
The top finishers were:

Place Player Earnings (USD)
1 Robert Mizrachi $242,662
2 Matt Grapenthien $149,976
3 George Danzer $103,230
4 Ted Forrest $72,971
5 Steve Weiss $53,012
6 David Benyamine $39,611
7 Bill Chen $30,466
8 Calvin Anderson $24,142