2022 WSOP Day 24: Ivey Luggage A Large Stack Within The $250K Tremendous Excessive Curler

Day 24 of the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) happened on June 23 and noticed seven action-packed occasions throughout the huge match areas of Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas. Two gamers walked away with gold bracelets for his or her efforts, whereas 5 different occasions inched nearer to awarding their poker gold.

Andrew Yeh was the primary participant to strap a WSOP bracelet to their wrist on Day 24. Event #44: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship was all the way down to solely 5 gamers from the 209 that began, and it was Yeh who got here out on high beneath the watchful eyes of the PokerNews Stay Reporting workforce and viewers on the PokerGO stream, defeating Craig Chait after a three-hour heads-up battle.

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Phil Hui grew to become a WSOP champion for the third time courtesy of being the final man standing in Event #45: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed. Ten gamers returned for the ultimate day’s motion however solely considered one of them had chips in entrance of them when the curtain got here down on proceedings. Hui was that participant.

Elsewhere, the $250,000 buy-in Tremendous Excessive Curler kicked off and it was Phil Ivey who bagged up one of many largest stacks, giving him an opportunity to seize what can be his eleventh WSOP bracelet of a protracted and illustrious profession.

Track Leads a Unbelievable 5 within the $5,000 No-Restrict Maintain’em Six-Max

Stephen Song
Stephen Track

Event #46: $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em is all the way down to solely 5 gamers from the unique 928 starters after an exciting third day of motion. Forty-six gamers sat down on Day 3 however a gentle stream of gamers to the payout desk ended solely when Patrick Sekinger crashed out in sixth place, bringing a near the motion.

Stephen Track is the participant in pole place when the unbelievable 5 return to the motion at 4:00 p.m. native on June 24. Though Track has locked up $167,882 no matter what occurs on Day 4, the highest prize if $771,765, which he already has one hand on due to his large 23,320,000 stack.

Becoming a member of Track on Day 4 at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas are Tamer Alkamli (8,710,000), Jonathan Pastore (5,950,000), Elio Fox (5,635,000), and Paraskevas Tsokaridis (2,590,000).

Occasion #46: $5,000 6-Handed No-Restrict Maintain’em Ultimate 5 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chips Large Blinds
1 Stephen Track United States 23,320,000 58
2 Tamer Alkamli Canada 8,710,000 22
3 Jonathan Pastore France 5,950,000 15
4 Elio Fox United States 5,635,000 14
5 Paraskevas Tsokaridis Greece 2,590,000 6

Will Song be singing by the end of this event?

O’Malley Comes Out On High Of the Seniors Day 1b; Mueller Shines

Gregg Mueller
Gregg Mueller

Day 1b of Event #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship took the entire attendance to 7,188, making this the largest Seniors occasion on document. Of that bumper crowd, only one,460 stay in rivalry for this match’s bracelet and a first-place prize that suggestions the scales at $694,909.

Amongst those that bagged and tagged on the conclusion of the eleventh stage embrace chip chief Ken O’Malley (363,500), Carol Fuchs (232,000), Greg Mueller (191,000), Ladies in Poker Corridor of Famer JJ Liu (175,500), Victor Ramdin (148,000), and six-time WSOP bracelet winner Jeff Lisandro (144,000), and Humberto Brenes(107,000).

Day 2 kicks off good and early at 10:00 a.m. native time on June 24 the place the returning gamers will battle it out over ten ranges. The cash bubble will burst with 1,079 locations paid.

Occasion #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship High 10 Chip Depend

Place Participant Nation Chips Large Blinds
1 Ken O’Malley United States 363,500 145
2 Daniel Hake United States 325,500 130
3 Mark Schlig United States 324,000 130
4 Alexander Hill United States 310,000 124
5 Brian Topp United States 307,000 123
6 April Facey Canada 306,000 122
7 Andrew Finlay United States 304,000 121
8 Richard Anthony United States 301,500 121
9 Michael Fisher United Kingdom 300,000 120
10 Peter Muhlbek Austria 298,000 119

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$1,500 Eight Recreation Combine Subject Reduce to 16; Stockfish Leads The Manner

Jason Stockfish
Jason Stockfish

There are solely 16 gamers remaining in Event #48: $1,500 Eight Game Mix 6-Handed and none of them have extra chips than Jason Stockfish (2,540,000). Stockfish might maintain a commanding lead going into Day 3 however his victory is way from assured due to a number of the finest blended video games gamers on the planet nonetheless having chips to assault him with.

Eric Buchman (1,461,000), Robert Campbell (1,229,000), and Adam Friedman (1,027,000) are simply three superstars who will most actually have an enter on who wins this occasion’s bracelet.

The 16 surviving gamers return to their seats from 2:00 p.m. native time on June 24. Be a part of us then for all of the motion.

Occasion #48: $1,500 Eight Recreation Combine 6-Handed High 10 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chips
1 Jason Stockfish United States 2,540,000
2 Jake Liebeskind United States 1,692,000
3 Eric Buchman United States 1,461,000
4 Ryan Roeder United States 1,376,000
5 Robert Wells United Kingdom 1,309,000
6 Nick Yunis Chile 1,283,000
7 Robert Campbell Australia 1,229,000
8 Menikos Panagiotou United States 1,116,000
9 Hye Park United States 1,063,000
10 Adam Demersseman United States 1,053,000

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Jaka Luggage the Day 1 Chip Lead within the $2K No-Restrict Maintain’em

Faraz Jaka
Faraz Jaka

Some 1,977 gamers purchased into Event #49: $2,000 No-Limit Hold’em on Day 1 however solely 310 of these had chips that required bagging by the point the fifteenth stage of the evening concluded.

Faraz Jaka (735,000) completed Day 1 with the chip lead, however solely simply because it is rather tight on the high. Dan Colpoys (730,000), and John Perry (729,000) completed inside an enormous blind of one another.

Different grinders who bagged up an ample variety of chips included Romain Lewis (520,000), Natalie Hof (431,000), Jonas Mackoff (328,000), Damian Salas (318,000), and Ben Yu (292,000).

Decrease down within the chip counts however nonetheless with a lot to play for are such luminaries as Georgios Sotiropoulos (248,000), Marcel Vonk (205,000), Scott Davies (184,000), Maria Ho (166,000), Chris Moorman (160,000), and up to date bracelet winner Phil Hui (110,000).

Day 2 kicks off at 1:00 p.m. native time and continues till one other 10 ranges are achieved and dusted.

Occasion #49: $2,000 No-Restrict Maintain’em High 10 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chips Large Blinds
1 Faraz Jake United States 735,000 123
2 Dan Colpoys United States 730,000 122
3 John Perry Australia 729,000 122
4 Tommy Kivela United States 669,000 116
5 Daniel Custodio Portugal 540,000 90
6 Romain Lewis France 520,000 87
7 Jack Corrigan United States 501,000 84
8 Did Not Report United States 478,000 80
9 Damieln Le Goff France 465,000 78
10 Gerson Caldeira Brazil 462,000 77

DIsover if Jaka can build on his impressive start in this event

Ridiculously Stacked $250K Tremendous Excessive Curler Sees Ivey Climb Excessive; Mateos Leads Once more

Adrian Mateos
Adrian Mateos

The most important buy-in match of the 2022 WSOP, Event #50: $250,000 Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em, drew in 52 entries on Day 1 with 30 of these making it by way of to Day 2. Late registration stays open till the beginning of Day 2, so anticipate much more stellar names to flick within the quarter of one million greenback buy-in!

Defending champion Adrian Mateos shot to the highest of the in a single day leaderboard after eliminating Dan Smith late into the evening. Mateos returns to the fray with 9,745,000 chips or 325 huge blinds as he hunts for his fifth WSOP bracelet.

Phil Ivey (6,830,000) was the chip chief for fairly some time till Mateos busted Smith late on. Ivey has not added to his bracelet assortment since 2014; what a technique to finish the drought by taking down this Tremendous Excessive Curler for what can be his first No-Restrict Maintain’em bracelet.

Dario Sammartino (4,835,000), Nick Petrangelo (4,500,000), Dan Zack (4,445,000), and Alex Foxen (4,250,000) every bagged up greater than 4 million chips, whereas Martin Kabrhel (3,935,000), reigning WSOP Important Occasion champion Koray Aldemir (3,805,000), Chris Hunichen (3,750,000), and Ivey’s nemesis within the $100,000 Excessive Curler, Aleksejs Ponakovs (3,370,000) spherical out the highest ten.

Day 2 shuffles up and offers at 2:00 p.m. native time, with the plan to minimize to 5 gamers. Will Ivey be amongst that last 5? Tune into PokerNews to seek out out.

Occasion #450: $250,000 Tremendous Excessive Curler No-Restrict Maintain’em High 10 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chips Large Blinds
1 Adrian Mateos Spain 9,745,000 325
2 Phil Ivey United States 6,830,000 228
3 Dario Sammartino Italy 4,835,000 161
4 Nick Petrangelo United States 4,500,000 150
5 Dan Zack United States 4,445,000 148
6 Alex Foxen United States 4,250,000 142
7 Martin Kabrhel Czech Republic 3,935,000 131
8 Koray Aldemir Germany 3,805,000 127
9 Chris Hunichen United States 3,750,000 125
10 Aleksejs Ponakovs Latvia 3,370,000 112

Can Mateos go bac-to-back in the $250K SHR?

Author: Bradley Watson