- Bronshtein Hunting for his third WSOP bracelet
- Event #15: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or better championship chip count
- Foxen Secures Lead on Day Two of $3K No-Limit Hold’em Event
- Event #16: Top 10 Chips of $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em
- Bettel tops the star line-up in the $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw event
- Event #17: $2500 in Lowball Top 10 Mixed Triple Chip Draw
- Small stack big bags in 1000 dollar freeze
- Event #18: $1,000 Unlimited Freeze Top 10 Chips Hold’em
- Bleznick is the man to catch up on in this $25,000 PLO High Roller
- Event #19: $25,000 Top 10 Chips for PLO High Roller
- Jerry grabs an early edge in the $1,500 Deuce-to-Seven triple draw
- Event #20: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball Top 10 Chips
June 9 was the tenth day of 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) At Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas, and what a wonderful day of poker the players dealt with. French Leo Soma He became the bracelet winner at the WSOP for the first time, while six other events drew thousands of mills from around the world.
Soma got his hands on Event #14: No Limit 6-Hands Hold’em Title, bracelet and payday staggering $456,889. The Frenchman led a field of 2,393 participants to win the first WSOP bracelet of his career.
Elsewhere, as Soma was walking toward a certain victory, familiar names Yuval Bronstein And the Alex Foxin They didn’t hurt their chances of winning some poker jewels at all. Bronshtein tops the last five players in Event #15: Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship, with Foxen the clear chip leader in Event #16: $3000 No-Limit Hold’em where 75 players remain.
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Bronshtein Hunting for his third WSOP bracelet
Israel’s Yuval Bronstein is looking to win his third WSOP bracelet in as many years, and that looks set to happen as he is the chip leader with five players remaining in the tournament. $10,000 Omaha High Low 8 or better.
Bronstein won $1,500 Unlimited 2-7 Lowball It happened in 2019 and that was followed by a victory with another team in $1500 Limit Hold’em Happened in 2021. Now back in the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or better championship for first place.
Ray HensonAnd the Ken CallasAnd the Alex LivingstonAnd the Bart O’Connell They made it to the final table for this tournament but failed to make their way to the final day event. The play of the night concluded after O’Connell’s death.
Play resumes at 4:00 PM on June 10 under the watchful eyes of the PokerGo cameras. naturally, poker news He will also be on the ground providing written coverage until the hero is crowned.
Event #15: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or better championship chip count
|2||Dustin Dirkson||United State||3,165,000||20|
|3||Daniel Zack||United State||2,440,000||15th|
|4||Ray Decargani||United State||1,695,000||11|
|5||Jake Libeskind||United State||295000||2|
Don’t miss out on any of the excitement from the last day of the Omaha Hi-Low Championship
Foxen Secures Lead on Day Two of $3K No-Limit Hold’em Event
Alex Foxen has sat out the 2021 WSOP due to COVID-19 vaccination rules, but is making up for lost time in the 2022 edition. Foxen is the chip leader on day three of Event #16: Hold’em No Limit 3000$ With only 74 opponents standing between him and his first WSOP bracelet.
Foxen stuffed 2,070,000 chips into his overnight chip bag, 400,000 more than the Triple Crown winner Niall Farrell1,610,000 in second place. Others in the current top ten include Stephen Lehner (1,395,000), Arnaud Inselmi (1,350,000), David Mysikowski (1,315,000) and Adrian Matthews (1,165,000).
Each player is guaranteed a return of $7,660 for their effort but that amount swells to $133,300 by the time there are only five left, which is when Day Three ends. These five players who picked up and tagged the bag on June 10 return on June 11 to fight for their WSOP bracelet and $558,616 in prize money.
Event #16: Top 10 Chips of $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em
|1||Alex Foxin||United State||2,070,000||103|
|2||Niall Farrell||United kingdom||1,610,000||80|
|3||Michael Marder||United State||1,595,000||80|
|6||David Mysikowski||United State||1,315,000||66|
|9||Tyler Hirschfeld||United State||1,130,000||56|
|10||Toby Boas||United State||1,105,000||55|
Find out if Foxen can get the job done
Bettel tops the star line-up in the $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw event
Event #17: $2,500 Lobol Triple Mixed Draw It’s down to just 17 players from the 309 starting field, and it is Barscan Betel Who takes the lead on the third, last working day.
Betil finished the second day armed with 1,190,000 and leading at least nine players who already own a bracelet to the WSOP. Andrew Brown (1,010,000), Frank Casella (750,000), Matthew Schreiber (740,000), John Monet (600,000) and Alex Epstein (475,000) And the owners of the bracelet returned with the top ten chimneys.
Daniel Strelets (425000), Galen Hall (310,000), Steve Zolotto (135000) and Ralph Perry (80,000) are a quartet of bracelet winners who have a bit of work to do if they want to wrap another piece of WSOP hardware.
Play resumes at Bally’s at 2:00 PM local time on June 10. Be present or be quiet!
Event #17: $2500 in Lowball Top 10 Mixed Triple Chip Draw
|1||Barscan Betel||United State||1,190,000|
|2||Jerry Wong||United State||1,140,000|
|3||Andrew Brown||United State||1,010,000|
|4||Yehuda Buchalter||United State||980,000|
|6||Dominic Sarli||United State||815000|
|7||Frank Casella||United State||750,000|
|8||Matthew Schreiber||United State||740,000|
|9||John Monet||United State||600,000|
|10||Alex Epstein||United State||475000|
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Small stack big bags in 1000 dollar freeze
James Little is the big stack Event #18: $1000 No-Limit Hold’em 203 out of 2,663 beginners are still looking for a gold bracelet and a grand prize of $330.57.
Little of the first day ended with 765,000 chips, and a big blind over Lily Luffy (755,000) in second place. Thomas Stocker (720,000) was the only other player to finish the game with more than 700,000 chips.
Many WSOP champions are still screaming to remove this event and add to their bracelet numbers. Marco Johnson (470,000), Seth Fisher (445000) five times winner Sean Depp (395000), Ismael Bojang (375000), Jeremy Win (290,000) and ben yo (270,000) of them.
Back to poker news From 12:00 pm local time on June 10 for the second day of this event; Champion will be crowned today!
Event #18: $1,000 Unlimited Freeze Top 10 Chips Hold’em
|1||James Little||United State||765000||76|
|2||Lily Luffy||United State||755000||75|
|3||Thomas Stocker||United State||720,000||72|
|4||Paul Lee||United State||695000||69|
|5||Jordan Grieve||United State||690000||69|
|6||Dustin Collymore||United State||675000||67|
|8||Jason Reils||United State||635000||63|
|9||Austin Farmer||United State||630 thousand||63|
|10||Amir Pasha Emami||Canada||625000||62|
Find out who becomes the $1,000 Freezeout Champion here
Bleznick is the man to catch up on in this $25,000 PLO High Roller
The $25,000 from PLO High Roller منظمة 196 players witnessed their admission on the first day and watched 72 players hit the rails before the curtain came down on the proceedings. It should come as no surprise that this field is filled with superstar names and top-tier professional players.
Jared Blesnik He outperformed them all and took the top chip out of his 601,500 chip stack. It’s hard in front of Chris DiMassy (586000) and Shawn Winter (578000). Honestly, check out the end of the day chip count here and experience an amazing field.
Moreover, when calculating the segment, you find such outstanding stars Ben Lamb (540,500), Ellis Barcinen (415500), Brian Rast (395500) and Conor Drennan (394000).
Also in a certain hunt Phil Ivy Who is looking to bridge the gap Phil Hellmouth in bracelet stakes. Ivey has ten WSOP bracelets to his name and has a good chance of winning his 11th place to see how he finished the first day with 360,500 chips, enough for 22nd place at the start of the second half.
It’s 2:00 PM on June 10 for this field of poker champions. join poker news Then for all four-leaf actions.
Event #19: $25,000 Top 10 Chips for PLO High Roller
|1||Jared Blesnik||United State||601,500||201|
|2||Chris DiMassy||United State||586000||195|
|3||Shawn Winter||United State||578000||193|
|4||Frank Crivello||United State||575000||192|
|5||James Chen||United State||553,000||184|
|6||Ben Lamb||United State||540500||180|
|7||Dmitriy Pervelev||United State||536500||179|
|9||Christopher Tong||United State||444500||148|
|10||Conrad de Armas||United State||437500||146|
Can Bleznick keep the lead on the $25,000 PLO High Roller?
Jerry grabs an early edge in the $1,500 Deuce-to-Seven triple draw
More than two thirds of 350 players have purchased at $1,500 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball The event was set before the time of day was called. Justin Jerry Not only did he join the list of players caught, but he also took first place in the list of 108 names who made it to the second day.
Jerry is on top of the event thanks to a day one finish with 259,500 chips; Karl Tarter (222,000) is the only other player to have over 200,000 bet tokens at his disposal.
Four-time winner of the bracelet Kevin Gearhart (178500) and Robert Mizrahi (149500) find themselves behind the top ten stack, while specializing in mixed games Calvin Anderson (134000) and Adam Friedman (130500) lurks outside the top ten chips.
Then the plan for the second day is to complete ten hour levels, which will definitely see the money bubble burst. follow the poker news Updates from 2:00 PM on June 10 with a cast of Superstars back in battle.
Event #20: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball Top 10 Chips
|1||Justin Jerry||United State||259500|
|2||Karl Tarter||United State||222000|
|3||Hassan Coral||United State||192500|
|5||Kevin Gearhart||United State||178500|
|6||John Brother||United State||172,500|
|7||Paul Andreijoski||United State||160,000|
|8||Michael Ballan||United State||157500|
|9||Robert Mizrahi||United State||149500|
|10||von altimer||United State||148000|
Do not miss any of the events from the Triple Draw event with a limit of 1.5 thousand dollars