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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #16: $25,000 High Roller (8-Handed)
Giorni 1
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
200,000 / 400,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 1
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #16: $25,000 High Roller (8-Handed)

Giorno 1 completo

Calvin Anderson Leads 93 Survivors After Day 1 of $25,000 High Roller

Livello 8 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Calvin Anderson
Calvin Anderson

It was an action-packed day at the 2023 World Series of Poker that saw Event #16: $25,000 High Roller attract a total of 264 entries on the first day of the tournament. With late registration still open for the time being, there is a chance it could be the largest $25,000 buy-in event that the WSOP has ever hosted. The field was dwindled down to just 93 players by the night's end and they will be returning for Day 2 Wednesday.

It should come as little surprise that the man leading the way after the first eight levels was none other than Calvin Anderson. Entering the field in the second half of the day, Anderson wasted little time putting his starting stack of 150,000 chips to work. In just three levels, the American poker pro managed to spin up his stack to 1,609,000, good enough for the overall chip lead.

Anderson often has a knack for running up a stack in a short period of time and he had no trouble doing so today. With two WSOP bracelets to his name already - coming in the Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo and Razz variants - Anderson will be looking to add a no-limit hold'em victory to his list of accomplishments. A deep run in this high-stakes event could also lead to Anderson capturing his largest career score of a little over $300,000.

There will be lots of work still to be done as Anderson will have to compete with some of the best poker players in the world over the course of the next two days in order to accomplish the feat. For now, he will be returning to a stack of more than 160 big blinds and has put himself in a good spot to make another deep run.

End of Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Calvin AndersonUnited States1,609,000161
2Freddy DeebUnited States1,440,000144
3Brian KimUnited States1,291,000129
4Isaac HaxtonUnited States1,195,000120
5Alex NguyenUnited States1,060,000106
6Calvin LeeUnited States979,00098
7Ting-Yi TsaiTaiwan947,00095
8Biao DingUnited States790,00079
9Nick MaimoneUnited States783,00078
10Eric WassersonUnited States780,00078

Day 1 Action

A massive field of high rollers showed up for Day 1 today, surpassing the 251 entries that were recorded just one year ago. When play ended for the night, the tournament clock read a total of 264 entries with late registration still open until the start of Day 2 at 12:00 noon PDT.

It took some time for the big stacks to emerge and it was Isaac Haxton who jumped out to the first seven-figure stack of the day. Haxton got max value with his pocket kings against Darren Elias who flopped top pair. Haxton ran into some problems later in the day when his bluff attempt failed against David Coleman who flopped top set. Haxton still managed to bag one of the larger stacks and will return with 1,195,000.

Isaac Haxton
Isaac Haxton

Another big stack that vaulted to the top of the leaderboard was Freddy Deeb with 1,441,000 chips. While Deeb falls into the category of the "old-school players," he proved today that he can still hang with the young guns. But he'll have to keep it going for another two days if he wants to add another WSOP gold bracelet to his collection.

Brian Kim (1,291,000) and Alex Nguyen (1,060,000) were the only other two players to bag up over one million chips. Both players had an extremely successful day at the table and were among the chip leaders for the majority of the day.

There were only two WSOP Main Event champions that managed to skate their way through the field and advance to Day 2. Espen Jorstad (377,000) and Joe McKeehen (320,000) were here for the first hand of the day and also played the last. As for Ryan Riess, Phil Hellmuth, Martin Jacobson, Joe Cada, and Koray Aldemir, they were all eliminated within the last couple of levels.

The field was littered with big names which was to be expected for the $25,000 buy-in. It will be a who's who when the action resumes tomorrow as the field makes its way into the money and players position themselves for the final table. The cards will go back in the air at 12:00 p.m. with another ten levels on the schedule for Day 2.

The blinds will resume on Level 9 at 5,000/10,000 and a 10,000 big blind ante. There will be a 15-minute break after every two levels and a 60-minute dinner break is scheduled for after Level 14.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be here to bring you all of the live updates throughout the day for more exciting high-stakes tournament action.

Tags: Andrew NguyenBrian KimCalvin AndersonDarren EliasDavid ColemanEspen JorstadFreddy DeebIsaac HaxtonJoe CadaJoe McKeehenKoray AldemirMartin JacobsonPhil HellmuthRyan Riess

Seat Draw for Day 2

Livello 8 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6542Daniel NegreanuCanada90,0009
Horseshoe6543Stephen ChidwickUnitred Kingdom426,00043
Horseshoe6544Sergio AidoSpain302,00030
Horseshoe6545David PetersUnited States168,00017
Horseshoe6546Bin WengUnited States500,00050
Horseshoe6547Adam HendrixUnited States280,00028
Horseshoe6552Biao DingUnited States790,00079
Horseshoe6553James ChenTaiwan200,00020
Horseshoe6555Anthony HuUnited States269,00027
Horseshoe6556Brandon WilsonUnited States55,0006
Horseshoe6557Ben HeathUnited Kingdom126,00013
Horseshoe6621Ayman QutamiUnited States233,00023
Horseshoe6622Sam Snead SweilemUnited States344,00034
Horseshoe6623Eric WassersonUnited States780,00078
Horseshoe6624Barry WoodsUnited States324,00032
Horseshoe6627Adam MillerUnited States158,00016
Horseshoe6628Aleksejs PonakovsLatvia443,00044
Horseshoe6631Carlos Chadha-VillamarinUnited States438,00044
Horseshoe6632Noah SchwartzUnited States106,00011
Horseshoe6633Jose Ignacio BarberoArgentina10
Horseshoe6637DID NOT REPORT 2United States10
Horseshoe6641Laszlo MolnarHungary516,00052
Horseshoe6642DID NOT REPORT 3United States10
Horseshoe6644Freddy DeebUnited States1,440,000144
Horseshoe6645Turbo NguyenUnited States122,00012
Horseshoe6646Alex NguyenUnited States1,060,000106
Horseshoe6647Alexandros TheologisGreece283,00028
Horseshoe6651Paul VolpeUnited States95,00010
Horseshoe6653Qiang XuChina161,00016
Horseshoe6654Calvin LeeUnited States979,00098
Horseshoe6655David StammUnited States677,00068
Horseshoe6657Wojciech BarzantnyAustria289,00029
Horseshoe6658Andrew PachecoUnited States273,00027
Horseshoe6662John HenniganUnited States380,00038
Horseshoe6663Chuanhao ZhangUnited States227,00023
Horseshoe6665Brian RastUnited States377,00038
Horseshoe6667Ting-Yi TsaiTaiwan947,00095
Horseshoe6681Espen JorstadNorway377,00038
Horseshoe6682Roman HrabecMexico461,00046
Horseshoe6683Kirk BrownUnited States151,00015
Horseshoe6684Daniel ChuprunUnited States156,00016
Horseshoe6685Nick MaimoneUnited States783,00078
Horseshoe6686Chance KornuthUnited States121,00012
Horseshoe6691Yulian BogdanovBulgaria696,00070
Horseshoe6692Kristina HolstUnited States364,00036
Horseshoe6694Alexandre VuilleumierSwitzerland774,00077
Horseshoe6696Nick SchulmanUnited States229,00023
Horseshoe6697Thomas BoivinBelgium599,00060
Horseshoe6698Shaun DeebUnited States139,00014
Horseshoe6701Anthony ZinnoUnited States171,00017
Horseshoe6702Elia AhmadianUnited States551,00055
Horseshoe6704Sung Joo HyunSouth Korea324,00032
Horseshoe6706Cary KatzUnited States373,00037
Horseshoe6707Roberto PerezSpain689,00069
Horseshoe6708Erik SeidelUnited States248,00025
Horseshoe6712David ColemanUnited States506,00051
Horseshoe6713Masashi OyaJapan324,00032
Horseshoe6714Kevin RabichowUnited States391,00039
Horseshoe6715Nick PetrangeloUnited States270,00027
Horseshoe6717Adrian MateosSpain389,00039
Horseshoe6718Johannes StraverUnited States199,00020
Horseshoe6721Joshua ReichardUnited States642,00064
Horseshoe6722Kitty KuoTaiwan345,00035
Horseshoe6724Artur MartirosianRussia65,0007
Horseshoe6725Lewis SpencerUnited Kingdom665,00067
Horseshoe6727Darren EliasUnited States236,00024
Horseshoe6728Joe McKeehenUnited States320,00032
Horseshoe6742Patrick EskandarUnited States160,00016
Horseshoe6743Nikolai MamutUnited States296,00030
Horseshoe6746Sergi ReixachSpain189,00019
Horseshoe6747Joao VieiraPortugal620,00062
Horseshoe6748Andrew EspositoUnited States327,00033
Horseshoe6753Emmanuel HoussaisFrance217,00022
Horseshoe6754Justin SalibaUnited States577,00058
Horseshoe6757Brian KimUnited States1,291,000129
Horseshoe6758Tobias SchwechtAustria160,00016
Horseshoe6764Chris HunichenUnited States382,00038
Horseshoe6765DID NOT REPORT 1 457,00046
Horseshoe6766Isaac HaxtonUnited States1,195,000120
Horseshoe6767Ryan OdonnellUnited Kingdom209,00021
Horseshoe6768Micah RaskinUnited States137,00014
Horseshoe6771Frank FunaroUnited States440,00044
Horseshoe6772Cedric SchwaederleUnited States408,00041
Horseshoe6773Justin DattoloUnited States355,00036
Horseshoe6774Dominik NitscheGermany369,00037
Horseshoe6776Danny TangHong Kong564,00056
Horseshoe6778Jorge ConsiglieriUnited States390,00039
Horseshoe6782Gergely KulcsarUnited States220,00022
Horseshoe6783Scott EskenaziUnited States223,00022
Horseshoe6785Christopher BrewerUnited States292,00029
Horseshoe6786Mario NavarroSpain576,00058
Horseshoe6787Calvin AndersonUnited States1,609,000161
Horseshoe6788Jake SchindlerUnited States613,00061

Official End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 8 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Calvin Anderson us
Calvin Anderson
1,609,000 359,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
WSOP 4X Winner
Freddy Deeb lb
Freddy Deeb
1,440,000 840,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Brian Kim us
Brian Kim
1,291,000 -139,000
Isaac Haxton us
Isaac Haxton
1,195,000 232,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Alex Nguyen us
Alex Nguyen
1,060,000 1,060,000
Calvin Lee kr
Calvin Lee
979,000 979,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Ting-Yi Tsai tw
Ting-Yi Tsai
947,000 947,000
Biao Ding cn
Biao Ding
790,000 790,000
Nick Maimone us
Nick Maimone
783,000 783,000
Eric Wasserson us
Eric Wasserson
780,000 780,000
Alexandre Vuilleumier ch
Alexandre Vuilleumier
774,000 227,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Yulian Bogdanov bg
Yulian Bogdanov
696,000 696,000
Roberto Perez us
Roberto Perez
689,000 239,000
David Stamm us
David Stamm
677,000 553,000
Lewis Spencer gb
Lewis Spencer
665,000 130,000
Josh Reichard us
Josh Reichard
642,000 3,000
Joao Vieira pt
Joao Vieira
620,000 5,000
Winamax Team Pro
WSOP 2X Winner
Jake Schindler us
Jake Schindler
613,000 73,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Thomas Boivin be
Thomas Boivin
599,000 599,000
Justin Saliba us
Justin Saliba
577,000 427,000
Mario Navarro es
Mario Navarro
576,000 576,000
Danny Tang hk
Danny Tang
564,000 414,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Elia Ahmadian us
Elia Ahmadian
551,000 551,000
Laszlo Molnar hu
Laszlo Molnar
516,000 516,000
David Coleman us
David Coleman
506,000 -149,000

Leggi tutto

No White Magic for Hellmuth

Livello 8 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante

On a completed board of A92AA, Phil Hellmuth and Joao Vieira were heads-up in the blinds with a pot of around 40,000 in the middle.

Hellmuth checked to Vieira who bet 8,000 and Hellmuth instantly check-raised all in for 16,000. Vieira deliberated for the extra 8,000 chips including using one of his time banks.

"Only 8,000 more," Hellmuth said as the table all laughed at the situation. Vieira reluctantly called and Hellmuth tabled his hand. "Queen," he said but tabled 76 for just seven-high.

Vieira flipped over 5x2x for a full house and Hellmuth put his hands in the air as he quietly walked away.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Joao Vieira pt
Joao Vieira
615,000 172,000
Winamax Team Pro
WSOP 2X Winner
Phil Hellmuth us
Phil Hellmuth
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 17X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer

Tags: Phil HellmuthJoao Vieira

Reichard Drills The Turn

Livello 8 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante

Josh Reichard raised to 16,000 from the cutoff and in the small blind another player moved all in for 185,000 which saw action fold back around to Reichard who snap called.

Opponent: AQ
Josh Reichard: KK

The flop rolled out A87 which put the ace-queen in the lead, but the turn K gave Reichard second set, leaving his opponent drawing dead before the inconsequential 5 river.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Josh Reichard us
Josh Reichard
639,000 325,000

Tags: Josh Reichard

Schindler Out-Kicks Hendrix on the River

Livello 8 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante

Jake Schindler raised it up in the hijack and Adam Hendrix defended from the big blind. The flop came AK6 and Hendrix check-called a bet of 30,000 from Schindler.

The turn brought the 6 and Hendrix checked again. Schindler fired out a bet of 60,000 and Hendrix stuck around for the K on the river. Both players tapped the table and Hendrix showed A8. However, Schindler found the best hand on the river with AJ.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Jake Schindler us
Jake Schindler
540,000 315,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Adam Hendrix us
Adam Hendrix
322,000 -63,000

Tags: Jake SchindlerAdam Hendrix