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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #2: $25,000 High Roller (6-Handed)
Giorni 1
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
125,000 / 250,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 1
Giocatori Rimasti

The Next Generation of Binion’s – A Conversation w/ Poker Hall of Famer Jack Binion

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

This summer, hundreds of thousands of players will pass through the doors of the newly-renovated Horseshoe Las Vegas, formerly known as Bally’s. For the second year in a row, the venue will play host to the annual World Series of Poker (WSOP).

As players pack the casino for the 54th annual WSOP, many of them will saunter by a lavish steakhouse. For some, it’ll be just another restaurant, maybe one they’ll attend to celebrate a bracelet win, but for others, they’ll recognize the name on the sign, the man responsible for poker’s premier event – Jack Binion.

Now 86 years old, Binion is a titan of the gaming industry and the son of casino magnate Benny Binion. Together, they launched the WSOP back in 1970 at Binion’s Horseshoe in downtown Las Vegas. Over the next four decades, Jack Binion would go on to change not only the poker landscape but also the casino industry throughout the United States. Along the way, he was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame and became an icon of the game.

Binion doesn’t relish the spotlight, so interviews with the born-and-raised Texan are few and far between. However, late last year he sat down with PokerNews for an intimate and in-depth conversation about his life in poker.

Click here for more on our interview w/ Jack Binion!

Event #2: $25,000 High Roller (6-Handed)

Giorno 1 completo

Daniel Rezaei Storms His Way to the Top in Event #2: $25,000 High Roller 6-Max No-Limit Hold'em

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

Daniel Rezaei built a big stack early on Day 1 of Event #2: $25,000 High Roller 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em and never relinquished it, leading the 58 survivors into Day 2 with 1,368,000.

Rezaei was helped to the top by busting Shannon Shorr with a turned flush, then making a big call for 100,000 on the river holding pocket fours. The Austrian pro has 37 WSOP cashes dating back to 2018, but is still searching for his first final table appearance.

End of Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Daniel RezaeiAustria1,368,000137
2Justin LibertoUnited States1,147,000115
3Brek SchuttenUnited States1,050,000105
4Sean WinterUnited States1,047,000105
5Brock WilsonUnited States1,009,000101
6Keith LehrUnited States997,000100
7Bin WengUnited States975,00098
8Chris BrewerUnited States899,00090
9Bill KleinUnited States888,00089
10Samuel LaskowitzUnited States790,00079

Right behind him is Justin Liberto, who’s no stranger to success in the six-max format. Liberto’s lone WSOP bracelet came in a $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em Six-Max event in 2015. He busted two players, including Joseph Cheong, on the last level of the night to finish at 1,147,000. Bin Weng, coming off two straight WPT final table appearances in the last week, was sharing a table with Liberto and tangled with him in a big pot on his way to bagging 975,000.

Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu and Sean Winter
Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu and Sean Winter

Other notables to survive the day include Daniel Negreanu, who had to reenter but fared much better on his second bullet, picking up pocket kings to double up and finish with 610,000. Bill Klein (888,000), Darren Elias (685,000), Chance Kornuth (615,000), and reigning Main Event champion Espen Jorstad (563,000) joined him near the top of the leaderboard. Further down the leaderboard are Kristen Foxen (411,000), Ethan “Rampage” Yau (393,000), and Phil Hellmuth (340,000).

Not everyone was fortunate enough to make it through Day 1. Alex Foxen, Yuri Dzivielevski, Stephen Chidwick, Josh Arieh, and Scott Seiver were among those who headed for the rail and will be forced to try again tomorrow if they want to capture the bracelet.

A total of 187 players gathered inside the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas throughout the day, building up a prize pool of more than $4,000,000. With late registration open until the start of play on Day 2, that number should grow before the payouts are confirmed.

Day 2 will resume on May 31 at noon local time inside the King’s Lounge in the Paris Ballroom. PokerNews will be on hand providing live updates as the field narrows down past the money bubble and on towards the final table.

Tags: Bill KleinBin WengChance KornuthDaniel NegreanuDaniel RezaeiDarren EliasEspen JorstadJustin LibertoKristen FoxenPhil Hellmuth

Seat Draw For Day 2

Livello 8 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Paris1441Yong WangChina201,00020
Paris1442Darren EliasUnited States685,00069
Paris1443Samuel LaskowitzUnited States790,00079
Paris1445Scott EskenaziUnited States583,00058
Paris7012Adrian MateosSpain775,00078
Paris7014Weiran PuChina628,00063
Paris7015Brock WilsonUnited States1,009,000101
Paris7016Chad EveslageUnited States351,00035
Paris7022Pedro BromfmanBrazil339,00034
Paris7023Brek SchuttenUnited States1,050,000105
Paris7024James ChenTaiwan90,0009
Paris7026Jimmy D'AmbrosioUnited States181,00018
Paris7031Jacob KalbUnited States648,00065
Paris7032Justin BonomoUnited States228,00023
Paris7034Alexandre VuilleumierUnited Kingdom662,00066
Paris7035Chance KornuthUnited States615,00062
Paris7042Phil HellmuthUnited States340,00034
Paris7044Joey WeissmanUnited States501,00050
Paris7046Bin WengUnited States975,00098
Paris7051Bill KleinUnited States888,00089
Paris7054Shaun DeebUnited States75,0008
Paris7055Markus GonsalvesUnited States90,0009
Paris7056Lewis SpencerUnited Kingdom668,00067
Paris7061Cary KatzUnited States238,00024
Paris7063Elior SionUnited Kingdom460,00046
Paris7064Ethan YauUnited States393,00039
Paris7065Eric WassersonUnited States140,00014
Paris7072Daniel NegreanuCanada610,00061
Paris7074Matthew FieldsUnited States604,00060
Paris7075Axel HallayFrance175,00018
Paris7076Jason KoonUnited States252,00025
Paris7081Kenny HallaertBelgium161,00016
Paris7083Mitchell HalversonUnited States378,00038
Paris7085Chris MooreUnited States376,00038
Paris7086Ren LinUnited StatesUnited States230,00023
Paris7092Kristen FoxenCanada411,00041
Paris7093Philip SternheimerUnited States471,00047
Paris7094Espen JorstadNorway563,00056
Paris7095Isaac HaxtonUnited States355,00036
Paris7102Aram OganyanUnited States343,00034
Paris7103Shannon ShorrUnited States304,00030
Paris7104Ryan RiessUnited States171,00017
Paris7106Dan ColpoysUnited States449,00045
Paris7111Sean WinterUnited States1,047,000105
Paris7113Asher ConniffUnited States124,00012
Paris7114Andrew LichtenbergerUnited States186,00019
Paris7121Keith LehrUnited States997,000100
Paris7123Justin SalibaUnited States338,00034
Paris7124Justin LibertoUnited States1,147,000115
Paris7126Chris BrewerUnited States899,00090
Paris7131Daniel RezaeiAustria1,368,000137
Paris7133Freddy DeebUnited States359,00036
Paris7134Brian RastUnited States230,00023
Paris7135Tyler CornellUnited States317,00032
Paris7141Jake SchindlerUnited States341,00034
Paris7143John RiordanUnited States240,00024
Paris7145Ben LambUnited States665,00067
Paris7146Stephen SongUnited States153,00015

Official End of Day 1 Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 8 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Daniel Rezaei at
Daniel Rezaei
1,368,000 68,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Justin Liberto us
Justin Liberto
1,147,000 147,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Brek Schutten us
Brek Schutten
1,050,000 100,000
Sean Winter us
Sean Winter
1,047,000 47,000
Brock Wilson us
Brock Wilson
1,009,000 689,000
Keith Lehr us
Keith Lehr
997,000 94,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Bin Weng us
Bin Weng
975,000 15,000
Chris Brewer us
Chris Brewer
899,000 739,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Bill Klein us
Bill Klein
888,000 228,000
Sam Laskowitz us
Sam Laskowitz
790,000 110,000
Adrian Mateos es
Adrian Mateos
775,000 565,000
WSOP 4X Winner
Darren Elias us
Darren Elias
685,000 -55,000
Lewis Spencer gb
Lewis Spencer
668,000 38,000
Ben Lamb us
Ben Lamb
665,000 55,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Alexandre Vuilleumier ch
Alexandre Vuilleumier
662,000 662,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jacob Kalb us
Jacob Kalb
648,000 48,000
Weiran Pu cn
Weiran Pu
628,000 393,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Chance Kornuth us
Chance Kornuth
615,000 175,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
610,000 -30,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Matthew Fields us
Matthew Fields
604,000 384,000
Scott Eskenazi us
Scott Eskenazi
583,000 583,000
Espen Jorstad no
Espen Jorstad
563,000 233,000
Main Event Champion
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 2X Winner
Joey Weissman us
Joey Weissman
501,000 106,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Philip Sternheimer gb
Philip Sternheimer
471,000 471,000
Elior Sion gb
Elior Sion
460,000 45,000
WSOP 2X Winner

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Five More Hands

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

Tournament officials have announced that players will see five more hands before bagging up their chips for the night.

Rezaei Makes a Huge Hero Call

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

Heads-up on a board of 6Q3J7 and around 70,000 in the pot, Daniel Rezaei was facing a bet of 100,000 from a player under the gun.

Rezaei used up two time bank cards before he flicked in a chip to signify a call. His opponent showed K8 for a bluff and Rezaei took the pot with 44.

"Should've bet smaller. Then maybe you would fold," the under-the-gun player said.

"With that sizing, I wasn't sure if I should call or jam," Rezaei replied.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Daniel Rezaei at
Daniel Rezaei
1,300,000 300,000
Day 1 Chip Leader

Tags: Daniel Rezaei

Weisman Executes His First Slow Roll

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

After Joey Weissman checked a 1077 flop from the big blind, Shaun Deeb bet 15,000.

Weissman called, and the turn brought the 4.

Weissman checked and Deeb bet 30,000. Weissman raised to 82,000 and Deeb called.

The river came 2, and Weissman open-jammed for 151,000. Deeb used two time banks feeling his opponent out. "You say you're on your first bullet, right?" he asked, and Weissman laughed. Eventually Deeb called, showing K10 for two pair.

Weissman paused a moment before showing A7. The table needled Weissman for the delay, but Deeb was gracious. "You tried to get me mad at you, but you're too nice!"

"That's my first ever slow roll!" Weissman exclaimed.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Joey Weissman us
Joey Weissman
395,000 395,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
290,000 -150,000
WSOP 6X Winner

Tags: Shaun DeebJoey Weissman

D'Ambrosio Sends Out Chidwick At the End

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

Jimmy D'Ambrosio moved all in for 90,000 from the cutoff as action folded to Stephen Chidwick in the big blind, who stuck in the rest of his chips.

Stephen Chidwick: K10
Jimmy D'Ambrosio: AJ

D'Ambrosio hit top pair on the QA2 flop while Chidwick picked up a straight draw. Chidwick didn't receive any help on the 7 turn or K river as a count of the chips showed Chidwick had around 70,000 remaining, sending him to the rail.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Jimmy D'Ambrosio us
Jimmy D'Ambrosio
Stephen Chidwick gb
Stephen Chidwick
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Jimmy D'AmbrosioStephen Chidwick

Liberto Fades Cheong's Draw

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

Joseph Cheong was all in from the button for around 95,000 and up against big stack Justin Liberto in the big blind.

Joseph Cheong: K8
Justin Liberto: QQ

Cheong got renewed hope on the 262 flop, picking up a flush draw, but couldn't connect with the 8 turn or J river and hit the rail. Liberto, after losing the big pot to Bin Weng, is now back up over 1,000,000.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Justin Liberto us
Justin Liberto
1,000,000 30,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Joseph Cheong us
Joseph Cheong
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Joseph CheongJustin Liberto