2022 WSOP Day 25: Foxen Leads $250k Tremendous Excessive Curler, First Bracelet For Cyprus

Day 25 of the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) happened on June 24 and noticed motion throughout each Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas with two gamers successful a bracelet, a large area displaying up for Day 1a of Event #51: $400 Colossus, and Phil Ivey making one more WSOP Last Desk.

Jonathan Pastore gained the primary bracelet of the day when he was victorious in Event #46: $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em. Pastore had a gentle climb to the highest and took residence his first WSOP bracelet and the first-place prize of $771,765. Stephen Track fell simply in need of the bracelet after ending second for $476,990 to Pastore whereas Elio Fox needed to accept fourth place and a payout of $234,036.

Menikos Panagiotou was the opposite bracelet winner on Day 25 of the WSOP. The Cypriot battled Chile’s Nick Yunis heads-up for the WSOP bracelet in Event #48: $1,500 Eight Game Mix. It could be the primary bracelet for both of them and their respective nations. Yunis in the end fell quick and needed to accept $111,724 whereas Panagiotou gained the bracelet and $180,783.

Preserve studying to search out out all that transpired on Friday on the WSOP‘s new residence at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas.


198 stay for Day 3 of Occasion #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship; Will Allyn Shulman Repeat?

Allyn Shulman
Allyn Shulman

Day 2 of Event #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship began with 1,439 hopefuls nonetheless in rivalry however the area dwindled all the way down to 198 by the top of the day. Main the best way is Ben Sarnoff who bagged a formidable 3,155,000 after a late-day surge. Nipping on the heels of the Day 2 chip chief is Valerii Lubenets with 2,810,000. All gamers are assured to take residence not less than $4,703 with $694,909 and the gold WSOP bracelet reserved for the winner.

The remaining area is plagued by extremely expert grinders and Jeff Lisandro highlights all of them along with his spectacular resume that would eclipse the $6 million mark if he manages to spin his sub-average 580,000 stack right into a top-three end. Another notables returning tomorrow embrace 2012 Seniors Championship winner Allyn Shulman (1,130,000), Ken Aldridge (965,000), Neil Blumenfield (650,000), Carol Fuchs (640,000), and Kathy Liebert (635,000).

Day 3 will proceed on June 25 at 10 a.m. native time with 60-minute ranges on the clock.

Occasion #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship Prime 10 Chip Rely

Place Participant Nation Chip Rely Massive Blinds
1 Ben Sarnoff United States 3,155,000 126
2 Valerie Lubenets Ukraine 2,810,000 112
3 Jan Pettersson Australia 2,600,000 104
4 Mike Landers United States 1,995,000 80
5 Patricia Devine United States 1,935,000 77
6 James Clarke United Kingdom 1,920,000 77
7 Keith Littlewood United Kingdom 1,802,500 72
8 Jeffrey Sims United States 1,725,000 69
9 Andres Korn Argentina 1,710,000 68
10 Michael Campitelli Canada 1,650,000 66

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Lucas Tabarin Leads Last 39 In Occasion #49: $2,000 No-Restrict Maintain’em

Lucas Tabarin
Lucas Tabarin

Solely 39 gamers stay after a protracted day of play in Event #49: $2,000 No-Limit Hold’em. Brazil’s Lucas Tabarin holds the lead with nicely over 100 huge blinds (4,240,000) however he is intently adopted by Jack Corrigan (3,910,000) and veteran match grinder Ioannis Angelou Konstas (3,751,000). All three of them are hoping to win their first WSOP gold bracelet and the first-place prize of $527,944.

Day 1 chip chief Faraz Jaka can be nonetheless in rivalry. He comes again with a stack of 770,000 which is roughly 19 huge blinds when play resumes on Day 3. Jaka’s finest WSOP end result was a third-place end again in 2009 when he collected $400,525 in a $5,000 No-Restrict Maintain’em Six-Handed occasion.

Different notables making it via to Day 3 embrace bracelet winners Heidi Could (2,500,000) and Tyler Cornell (1,830,000). Eddy Sabat (1,605,000), Michael Watson (1,505,000), and Christopher Frank (950,000) additionally discovered a bag on the finish of the day.

The motion will resume at 1 p.m. native time, June twenty sixth.

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

Place Participant Nation Chip Rely Massive Blinds
1 Lucas Tabarin Brazil 4,240,000 106
2 Jack Corrigan United States 3,910,000 98
3 Ioannis Angelou Konstas Greece 3,751,000 94
4 Valdemar Kwaysser Hungary 2,945,000 74
5 Adam Geyer United States 2,745,000 69
6 Heidi Could Australia 2,500,000 63
7 Nathan Rao India 2,335,000 58
8 Kyle Montgomery United States 2,175,000 54
9 Tyler Cornell United States 1,830,000 46
10 Evan Sandberg United States 1,755,000 44

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Alex Foxen Leads $250,000 Tremendous Excessive Curler Last Desk In Hunt For First Bracelet

Alex Foxen
Alex Foxen

It is a case of these with a bracelet in opposition to these with out a bracelet as we head into the ultimate day of Event #50: $250,000 Super High Roller on Saturday.

Three of the final eight gamers are with out bracelets, and what a approach it could be to get on the board by successful the largest buy-in occasion of the summer season. Nonetheless, it is going to be a troublesome job in opposition to the remaining 5 who’ve a mixed 20 WSOP bracelets between them.

Main the best way is Alex Foxen, who doubled on the direct cash bubble after which burst it to soar up the counts, and he held on to that lead till the top of the day. Foxen continues to be with out a bracelet, as is Chris Hunichen and Brandon Steven who additionally bagged on the finish of Day 2.

The ultimate desk is rounded out by a number of bracelet winners Phil Ivey, Dan Zack and Adrian Mateos, with former bracelet winner Sam Soverel the quick stack.

Daniel Negreanu missed out on the ultimate desk and busted out in ugly trend when he bought his chips within the center with pocket tens in opposition to the queen-ten suited of David Peters. Peters managed to hit a runner-runner flush which noticed Negreanu exit the tournament in a fiery fashion throwing his vlogging gear at a wall after the river card was dealt.

The ultimate desk will resume on Saturday, June 25 at 3 p.m. with a PokerGO stream scheduled to start out at 4 p.m. native time.

Occasion #50: $250,000 Tremendous Excessive Curler Last Desk Chip Counts

Seat Participant Nation Chip Rely Massive Blinds
1 Dan Zack United States 4,375,000 15
2 Martin Kabrhel Czech Republic 17,800,000 59
3 Phil Ivey United States 7,300,000 24
4 Brandon Steven United States 7,850,000 26
5 Adrian Mateos Spain 6,950,000 23
6 Alex Foxen United States 24,150,000 81
7 Chris Hunichen United States 12,375,000 41
8 Sam Soverel United States 3,200,000 11

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Huge Day 1a of The Colossus Attracts 5,881 Hopefuls

Kao "Flexx" Saechao
Kao “Flexx” Saechao

A sea of individuals flooded the Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas for Day 1a of Event #51: $400 Colossus. By night time’s finish, there have been 5,869 entries and solely 684 survived and superior to Day 2.

Kao “Flexx” Saechao completed tenth in Occasion #1,500 Pot-Restrict Omaha the day earlier than however managed to maintain his run going. He completed the day with a large stack of 1,514,000 bagging the chip lead on Day 1a of The Colossus. Different notables that made it via to Day 2 embrace Brian Weaver (864,000), Marle Spragg (236,000), and Olympic boxer Audley Harrison (150,000).

The sphere generated an already huge prize pool of $1,936,770 with 881 gamers making the cash. Those that didn’t bag tonight may have a second probability tomorrow for Day 1b. The second flight is predicted to be even greater than the primary.

All gamers who superior to Day 2 will return on Sunday, June 26 at 10 a.m. native time.

Occasion #51: $400 Colossus Day 1a Prime 10 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chip Rely
1 Kao “Flexx” Caechao United States 1,514,000
2 Mary Dvorkin United Kingdom 1,388,000
3 Samuel Laskowitz United States 1,297,000
4 Charles Peppers United States 1,190,000
5 Eric Revak United States 1,183,000
6 Ryan Himes United States 1,168,000
7 Vanessa Mejias United States 1,159,000
8 Martin Pineiro Argentina 1,149,000
9 Sung Keem United States 1,124,000
10 Danny Grogan Guatamala 1,008,000

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Half the Area Stays in $2,500 9 Recreation Combine

Nick Guagenti
Nick Guagenti is second in chips after Day 1.

Schuyler Thornton bagged the chip lead in Event #52: $2,500 Nine Game Mix after the primary day. The gathering of combined sport variants drew 456 runners and generated a prize pool of $1,014,600, from which the winner will obtain the highest prize of $219,799.

Solely 191 gamers stay within the hunt for the WSOP gold bracelet and the first-place prize of $219,799. Amongst these trailing Thornton, who bagged 220,400 chips, on the prime of the leaderboard are Nick Guagenti with 209,200 in shut second, Scott Bohlman with 208,200 in third, and David Williams in fourth with 206,500.

Regardless of his ugly elimination in Occasion #50: $250,000 Tremendous Excessive Curler, Daniel Negreanu managed to discover a bag as nicely taking 125,600 to Day 2 on this occasion.

Gamers will return at 2 p.m. native time on June 25 to choose up the motion in degree 11 and play ten extra 60-minute ranges.

Occasion #52: $2,500 9 Recreation Combine Prime 10 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chip Rely
1 Schuyler Thornton United States 220,400
2 Nick Guagenti United States 209,200
3 Scott Bohlman United States 208,200
4 David Williams United States 206,500
5 Dane Coltman Australia 200,400
6 Nicolas Barthe France 198,200
7 Peter Ippolito United States 183,900
8 Joey Couden United States 182,600
9 Walter Chambers United States 179,200
10 Probability Kornuth United States 176,400

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