2022 WSOP Day 8: Schutten Leads $50K High-stakes Gambler Final 6

The 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) continued June 7, Day 8 of the celebration, and it was yet another day stuffed complete of action and thriller. By the time the last individual out of Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas ended up the lights, there were 2 brand-new champs and 5 other occasions edging towards crowning their winners.

Henry Acain thrived in Event #5: $500 The Housewarming and won his very first WSOP bracelet in addition to an outstanding $701,215 in money. Previous tennis pro turned poker professional Raj Vohra won Event #11: $600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack, which granted Vohra his very first piece of WSOP hardware plus $335,886 in cash prize.

Somewhere else, a number of occasions marched onwards towards crowning champs of their own, consisting of Occasion # 12: $50,000 High-stakes Gambler No-Limit 8-Handed, which ended with just 6 gamers, and with Brek Schutten in lead. Among those 6 finalists will end June 8 with $1,328,068 in their bankroll.

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$ 10,000 Dealership’s Option Ends With Just 2 Gamers; Diebold Leads

Ben Diebold
Ben Diebold

Fifteen gamers relaxed down on Day 3 of Event #10: $10,000 Dealer’s Choice 6-Handed Championship and just 2 of them stay in contention for the title: Ben Diebold and Mike Gorodinsky The last 2 gamers chose to come back and combat it out for the title on June 8 after some much-needed rest.

Diebold go back to the action with a commanding 5,720,000 to 1,635,000 lead over Gorodinsky as he hounds his very first WSOP bracelet. Ought to Gorodinsky phase a return and leave with the triumph, he will do so with his 3rd profession bracelet in tow.

Play resumes at 2:00 p.m. regional time and PokerNews’ live reporting group will be on the ground till somebody leaves victoriously.

Occasion # 10: $10,000 Dealership’s Option 6-Handed Champion Final Table Outcomes

Schutten Blazes A Trail in the$ 50K(* )Brek Schutten(* )Twenty-three gamers Day 1 survivors were signed up with by 16 late entrants for Day 2 of the(* )occasion with just recently WSOP bracelet winner Dan Smith leading the charge. Smith made it through to the cash locations however might not advance much deeper than tenth location. Taking control of the function of chip leader entering into the last day is Brek Schutten.

Location Winner Nation Reward (in USD)
1 $ 299,488
2 $ 185,095
3 Brian Rast United States $ 134,370
4 Christopher Claassen United States $ 98,738
5 Naoya Kihara Japan $ 73,453
6 Randy Ohel(* )United States $55,329

Who will win the $10K Dealer’s Choice event?

Schutten shone vibrantly on Day 2 and ended the night with 10,125,000 chips in his stack, which was the only eight-figure stack of the enduring 6 gamers. Punnat Punsri is Schutten’s nearby competitor with 7,150,000 chips.

Brek Schutten
The questionable

Jake Schindler$50,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed (4,650,000) lives in 3rd, with

Shannon Shorr

(3,650,000) wishing to shake of the undesirable tag of “finest poker gamer without a bracelet” by the end of play on June 8. David Peters (3,425,000) has every opportunity of winning his 2nd bracelet of the 2022 series and his 5th total, while Andrew Lichtenberger (1,325,000) is not just there to comprise the numbers.

Play resumes at 3:00 p.m. and is arranged to be streamed on a one-hour hold-up on the PokerGO platform. Obviously, PokerNews will be with you every action of the method this occasion. Occasion # 12: $50,000 High-stakes Gambler No-Limit Hold ’em 8-Handed Last Table Seat Gamer


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where just 16 gamers stay in contention for the title, the bracelet, and a$ 145,856 payment.

Huge Blinds 1 Shannon Shorr United States
15 2 Andrew Lichtenberger United States
5 3 Jake Schindler United States
19 4 Brek Schutten United States
41 5 Punnat Punsri Thailand
29 6 David Peters United States (* )3,425,000
Kwon Bags$ 1,500 Limitation Hold ’em Chip Lead; Host of Stars Development Christoph Kwon Christoph Kwon is the guy to capture entering into Day 3 of

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Kwon fnished Day 2 with a tournament-leading stack of 1,695,000 chips. He remains in lead now however such stars as

Christoph Kwon
Lee Markholt

(1,405,000), Nick PupilloEvent #13: $1,500 Limit Hold’em (1,340,000), 2015 WSOP Centerpiece champ

Joe McKeehen (1,195,000), and Steven Wolansky (1,180,000) are hanging from Kwon’s coattails and each has more than a million chips at their disposal. Day 1 chip leader Kenny Hsiung (835,000) returns for Day 2 in eighth-place. A champ will be crowned in this occasion on June 8. Sign up with the PokerNews group from 2:00 p.m. regional time to find who that promote ends up being. Occasion # 13: $1,500 Limitation Hold ’em Leading 10 Chip Counts

Location Gamer Nation


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Shankar Pillai

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1 Christoph Kwon United States 1,695,000
2 Lee Markholt United States 1,405,000
3 Nick Pupillo United States 1,340,000
4 Joe McKeehen United States 1,195,000
5 Steven Wolansky United States 1,180,000
6 Pedro Rios United States 985,000
7 Ben Ross United States 965,000
8 Kenny Hsiung United States 835,000
9 Yueqi Zhu China 785,000(* ) (* )10
United States 710,000 Pillai Amongst the Leaders in the $1,500 6-Handed No-Limit Hold ’em Occasion
You would never ever have actually believed just 160 gamers would bag up chips at the end of Day 1 of the occasion when 2,393 gamers purchased in, however that is precisely what occurred. The field was sliced through throughout 17 levels, and Shankar Pillai(* )came out reasonably untouched with 849,000 chips. Pillai’s stack locations him in 3rd location at the reboot. Late night triumphes for

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( 1,076,000) and

Shankar Pillai
Tianyi Mu

( 883,000) rejected Pillai the over night chip lead.(* )Likewise bagging up a really healthy stack was 2009 WSOP Centerpiece champ $1,500 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Joe Cada (846,000), while Anson Tsang

(758,000) completed in the leading 10 in the over night counts. They were not the only family names to securely browse their method through the carnage of Day 1. Justin Liberto (644,000), Taylor Paur (637,000),

Jeremy Ausmus (621,000), Brad Ruben (264,000), and Kevin Gerhart (245,000) likewise made it to Day 2. That Day 2 mixes up and offers inside Bally’s Las Vegas at 12:00 p.m. regional time on June 8. As constantly, follow the action right here at PokerNews. Occasion # 14: $1,500 6-Handed No-Limit Hold ’em Leading 10 Chip Counts Location Gamer Nation Chips 1 Fabrice Bigot








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Bryce Yockey (* )$ 10,000 buy-in WSOP occasions tend to bring in some elite gamers however

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2 Tianyi Mu United States
3 Shankar Pillai United States
4 Joe Cada United States
5 Giuseppe Pizzolato United States
6 Derek Sudell United States
(* )7 Blaise Hom United States 782,000
Anson Tsang Hong Kong 758,000
Leo Soma United States 754,000
Javier Garcirreynaldos Spain 750,000 (* )Yockey Leads as 39 Bracelet Winners Development to Day 2 of the$ 10K Omaha Hi-Lo
was something else. Some 180 gamers purchased in and 108 punched their Day 2 tickets. Remarkably, 39 of those enduring gamers currently own a minimum of one gold WSOP bracelet. Chip leader Bryce Yockey is among those gamers; he completed with 398,000 chips at the close of play. Yockey is trailed by such stars as
(350,000), Jesse Klein (330,000), Alex Livingston

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Mike Matusow

Bryce Yockey

Scott ClementsEvent #15: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship (158,000),

Robert Mizrachi (99,000), and Erik Seidel (80,000) amongst a long list of others. If you enjoy checking out the most significant names in poker fighting it out in high stakes competitions, you require to go back to PokerNews from 2:00 p.m. regional time on June 8 and follow all the updates from the $10K Omaha Hi-Lo. Occasion # 15: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Much Better Champion Top 10 Chip Counts Location Call Nation Chip Count 1 Bryce Yockey United States 398,000 2

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350,000 3 Jesse Klein
333,000 4 Bart O’Connell
295,000 5 Aditya Prasetyo
248,000 6 Alex Livingston
240,000 7 John Esposito
240,000 8 Perry Friedman
214,000 9 David Prociak
214,000 10 Kosei Ichinose
209,000 .

Author: Bradley Watson