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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #21: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha
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 #21: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha

Giorno 1 completo

Suk Bang Bagged Massive Chip Lead in Event #21: $1,000 PLO

Livello 17 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Suk Bang
Suk Bang

Day 1 of Event #21: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed at the 2023 World Series of Poker saw a tremendous turnout both in volume and quality of players. There were a whopping 2,017 entries, which is quite the increase compared to the 1,891 that last year saw. This generated a prize pool of $1,795,130. The buzz was palpable here at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. At the end of the day, only 117 hopefuls remained after 17 levels of play.

Suk Bang spent the day cruising up the chip counts. For the final five hours of play, he not only held on to but he added to the chip lead. Bang first eclipsed half a million in chips with a big raise on the river and when the dust settled on Day 1, he was one of only two players with over a million in chips. There is a large gap between them as Bang's stack contains 445,000 more chips than Ido Aboudi in second place.

Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Suk BangUnited States1,465,000147
2Ido AboudiIsrael1,020,000102
3Jorge HouPanama913,00091
4Mike DentaleUnited States760,00076
5Nicolas GolaUnited States740,00074
6Amnon FilippiUnited States735,00074
7Mike GorodinskyUnited States734,00073
8Eric FieldsUnited States730,00073
9Thomas TaylorCanada725,00073
10Matthew HamiltonUnited States635,00064

The only other player pushing the boundary of a million was Panama’s Jorge Hou. This is quite the disparity from last year, where there were four contenders progressing into Day 2 with over a million in chips.

WSOP bracelet winners Amnon Filippi (735,000) and Mike Gorodinsky (734,000) finished Day 1 in the top ten, but their stacks are around half the size of Bang.

There were plenty of big names that made Day 2, including Lawrence Brandt (538,000), Max Pescatori (508,000), Dylan Weisman (456,000), Fernando "Jnandez" Habegger (316,000), Daniel Negreanu (289,000), Josh Arieh (210,000), and a plethora of other bracelet winners and household names.

One big name that made it into the money but left poker fans wanting more was the legendary Johnny Chan. He, unfortunately, did not make it through to Day 2.

Johnny Chan
Johnny Chan

Everyone heading into Day 2 at 12:00 p.m. on June 9 is guaranteed $2,463, but all eyes will be on the top prize of $267,991 as players battle it out for the gold bracelet. Play resumes on Level 18, meaning blinds are 5,000/10,000 with a 10,000 big blind ante.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for all the updates from this event from the "shuffle up and deal" until a winner is crowed.

Tags: Amnon FilippiDaniel NegreanuDylan WeismanJohnny ChanJosh AriehLawrence BrandtMax PescatoriMike GorodinskySuk Bang

Seat Draw for Day 2

Livello 17 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds*
Horseshoe6051Jordan SemelUnited States296,00030
Horseshoe6052Dan MatsuzukiUnited States169,00017
Horseshoe6053Kharlin SuedUnited States105,00011
Horseshoe6054Sergio VargasUnited States615,00062
Horseshoe6055Burke DelangeUnited States240,00024
Horseshoe6056Naor SlobodskoyIsrael376,00038
Horseshoe6057Orson YoungUnited States311,00031
Horseshoe6058Danny DangUnited States200,00020
Horseshoe6061Mike GorodinskyUnited States734,00073
Horseshoe6062Daniel TordjmanFrance562,00056
Horseshoe6063Cuba LevenberryUnited States223,00022
Horseshoe6064Nir CohenUnited States501,00050
Horseshoe6066Luis Velador Jr.United States167,00017
Horseshoe6067Sungbin MaUnited States393,00039
Horseshoe6068Gregory KoloUnited States385,00039
Horseshoe6071Thomas GabrielUnited States330,00033
Horseshoe6072Eric FieldsUnited States730,00073
Horseshoe6073Venkata MuramallaUnited States622,00062
Horseshoe6074Chenyu SunUnited States509,00051
Horseshoe6075Jordan SpurlinUnited States505,00051
Horseshoe6076Jonathan LawsonUnited States137,00014
Horseshoe6077Suk BangUnited States1,465,000147
Horseshoe6078Andras VaczoHungary132,00013
Horseshoe6081Joseph BerntholdUnited States222,00022
Horseshoe6082Mathyeu ProvostCanada290,00029
Horseshoe6083Zhihao ZhangUnited States446,00045
Horseshoe6084Lawrence BrandtUnited States538,00054
Horseshoe6085Dien LeUnited States114,00011
Horseshoe6086Fernando HabeggerSwitzerland316,00032
Horseshoe6087Kevin RandUnited States532,00053
Horseshoe6088Varahram VardjavandGermany289,00029
Horseshoe6091Michael WhittonUnited States463,00046
Horseshoe6092Jonathan BorensteinUnited States215,00022
Horseshoe6093Xuming QiChina312,00031
Horseshoe6094Jonathan HannerUnited States370,00037
Horseshoe6095Jake SchwartzUnited States105,00011
Horseshoe6096William PrinUnited States345,00035
Horseshoe6097David CallaghanIreland65,0007
Horseshoe6098Amir MirrasouliUnited States235,00024
Horseshoe6131Carter HarrisUnited States63,0006
Horseshoe6132David WilliamsUnited States428,00043
Horseshoe6133James TiltonUnited States107,00011
Horseshoe6134Pascal LeyoUnited States202,00020
Horseshoe6135Liming ChuCanada285,00029
Horseshoe6136Josh AriehUnited States210,00021
Horseshoe6137Paul ClotarUnited States302,00030
Horseshoe6138Filippos StavrakisUnited States237,00024
Horseshoe6141Thomas TaylorCanada725,00073
Horseshoe6142Florian Da CostaFrance234,00023
Horseshoe6143Kevin KentUnited States397,00040
Horseshoe6144Ido AboudiIsrael1,020,000102
Horseshoe6145Michael IannaceUnited States181,00018
Horseshoe6146Jerome HickelUnited States209,00021
Horseshoe6147Gleb TremzinRussia523,00052
Horseshoe6148James HughesUnited States434,00043
Horseshoe6151Hyndi KhomutetskyUnited States547,00055
Horseshoe6152Gheorghe ButucMoldova10
Horseshoe6153Ronald KeijzerNetherlands225,00023
Horseshoe6154Lok ChanChina228,00023
Horseshoe6155Corey WickUnited States248,00025
Horseshoe6156DID NOT REPORT 1 124,00012
Horseshoe6157Seth FredericiUnited States334,00033
Horseshoe6158Eli ElezraIsrael67,0007
Horseshoe6161Andrew KlivanUnited States30,0003
Horseshoe6162Jonathan EnglandUnited States502,00050
Horseshoe6163Paulo VillenaSpain126,00013
Horseshoe6164Dylan WeismanUnited States456,00046
Horseshoe6165Babak KatuzianUnited States198,00020
Horseshoe6166Mike DentaleUnited States760,00076
Horseshoe6167Will FaillaUnited States265,00027
Horseshoe6168Senh CongUnited States434,00043
Horseshoe6211Dash DudleyUnited States66,0007
Horseshoe6212Michael MathenyUnited States50,0005
Horseshoe6213James HolackaUnited States246,00025
Horseshoe6214Robert ZarzyckiUnited States163,00016
Horseshoe6216Max PescatoriItaly508,00051
Horseshoe6217Sylvain NaetsBelgium258,00026
Horseshoe6218Johann IbanezColombia186,00019
Horseshoe6221Rishi AminUnited Kingdom393,00039
Horseshoe6222Ismael BojangAustria100,00010
Horseshoe6223Jorge HouPanama913,00091
Horseshoe6224Vladimir KendenkovUnited States286,00029
Horseshoe6225Kenneth ZobristUnited States70,0007
Horseshoe6226Dario SammartinoItaly141,00014
Horseshoe6227Praise OgwoUnited States522,00052
Horseshoe6228Kaveh VossoughiUnited States103,00010
Horseshoe6231Leonid YanovskiIsrael344,00034
Horseshoe6232Zachary SchwartzUnited States403,00040
Horseshoe6233Davis AalvikUnited States205,00021
Horseshoe6234Zachary PeayUnited States188,00019
Horseshoe6235Tony DiehlUnited States320,00032
Horseshoe6236Darryl LorenzUnited States450,00045
Horseshoe6237Glib KarpovUnited Kingdom188,00019
Horseshoe6238Thomas ZanotUnited States443,00044
Horseshoe6271Tong LiChina181,00018
Horseshoe6272Jason RiesenbergUnited States167,00017
Horseshoe6273Daniel NegreanuCanada289,00029
Horseshoe6275Mark CastagniniUnited States419,00042
Horseshoe6276Amnon FilippiUnited States735,00074
Horseshoe6277Will BerryUnited States99,00010
Horseshoe6278Matthew HamiltonUnited States635,00064
Horseshoe6281Brady O'HaraCanada92,0009
Horseshoe6282Ferenc DeakHungary605,00061
Horseshoe6283Stephen NahmCanada294,00029
Horseshoe6284Chris GinleyUnited States273,00027
Horseshoe6285Ryan Smith (SK)Canada428,00043
Horseshoe6286Robert ChingUnited States115,00012
Horseshoe6287Igor IoffeUnited States346,00035
Horseshoe6288Alon YehudiaUnited States599,00060
Horseshoe6301Nicolas GolaUnited States740,00074
Horseshoe6302Calen McNeilCanada102,00010
Horseshoe6303Felipe RamosBrazil138,00014
Horseshoe6304Jay KerbelUnited States467,00047
Horseshoe6305Samantha PerrymanUnited States322,00032
Horseshoe6306Andrew BrownUnited States348,00035
Horseshoe6307Andrew DonabedianUnited States250,00025
Horseshoe6308Grant HartUnited States555,00056

Official End of Night Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 17 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Suk Bang us
Suk Bang
1,465,000 465,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Ido Aboudi il
Ido Aboudi
1,020,000 1,020,000
Jorge Hou pa
Jorge Hou
913,000 193,000
Gheorghe Butuc md
Gheorghe Butuc
815,000 815,000
Michael Dentale us
Michael Dentale
760,000 60,000
Nicolas Gola us
Nicolas Gola
740,000 740,000
Amnon Filippi us
Amnon Filippi
735,000 735,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Mike Gorodinsky us
Mike Gorodinsky
734,000 94,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Eric Fields us
Eric Fields
730,000 546,000
Thomas Taylor ca
Thomas Taylor
725,000 15,000
Matthew Hamilton us
Matthew Hamilton
635,000 635,000
Venkata Muramalla us
Venkata Muramalla
622,000 622,000
Sergio Vargas us
Sergio Vargas
615,000 615,000
Ferenc Deak hu
Ferenc Deak
605,000 605,000
Alon Yehudia us
Alon Yehudia
599,000 599,000
Daniel Tordjman fr
Daniel Tordjman
562,000 562,000
Grant Hart us
Grant Hart
555,000 555,000
Hyndi Khomutetsky us
Hyndi Khomutetsky
547,000 87,000
Lawrence Brandt us
Lawrence Brandt
538,000 538,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Kevin Rand us
Kevin Rand
532,000 532,000
Gleb Tremzin ru
Gleb Tremzin
523,000 523,000
Praise Ogwo us
Praise Ogwo
522,000 -108,000
Chenyu Sun us
Chenyu Sun
509,000 -280,000
Max Pescatori it
Max Pescatori
508,000 68,000
WSOP 4X Winner
Jordan Spurlin us
Jordan Spurlin
505,000 190,000

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Donabedian's Dominance

Livello 17 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu was facing a bet from Andrew Donabedian on a board that read 742. Negreanu didn't take long before potting it, and Donabedian wasted no time in getting his chips in the middle.

Negreanu asked, "Do you have a pair and a flush draw?" before he was shown the bad news.

Andrew Donabedian: A842
Daniel Negreanu: A293

"Oh, no - you've got me crushed."

Both players had a very similar hand, but Donabedian had a better flush draw, so when the 5 fell on the turn, the river was just a formality.

Negreanu was then left to wade through a sea of chips as the dealer sorted the pot.

For Donabedian, four cards are apparently not enough, as he was seen firing up a match of Magic: The Gathering as he waited for his next hand.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Andrew Donabedian us
Andrew Donabedian
307,000 307,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
143,000 -19,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer

Tags: Andrew DonabedianDaniel Negreanu

Lorenz Shows the Dry Ace

Livello 17 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante

The under-the-gun player raised to 18,000 before Hyndi Khomutetsky made the call and Darryl Lorenz three-bet to 50,000 from the small blind. The under-the-gun player called and Khomutetsky walked away from the table as she forfeited her hand.

The dealer fanned a flop of 932 and Lorenz continued for 40,000 which was enough to earn the pot.

"Got the ace of diamonds anyway," Said Lorenz as he tabled AA43.

Lorenz finished in 29th place in the 2021 World Series of Poker $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha, and is looking to beat that this year as he's building a healthy stack approaching the end of Day 1.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Hyndi Khomutetsky us
Hyndi Khomutetsky
Darryl Lorenz us
Darryl Lorenz

Tags: Darryl LorenzHyndi Khomutetsky

"I Had a Bazillion Outs"

Livello 17 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante

With 57,000 in the middle on the 766 flop, the action checked to Jonathan England who put out a bet of 32,000. Tony Diehl eyed up England's stack and put out a raise to 100,000. The third player in the hand quickly mucked and England went into the tank.

"Sorry," England apologized to the table after about 10 seconds of thinking. He continued to think for a few more moments before saying, "I don't want to fold, but I think I have to." And he tossed his cards into the muck.

"Good fold," Diehl responded as he showed KQ65 for trip sixes.

After seeing the hand England said, "Ah, I had like a Bazillion outs."

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Tony Diehl us
Tony Diehl
Jonathan England us
Jonathan England
130,000 -89,000

Tags: Jonathan EnglandTony Diehl

Liedtke Doubles

Livello 17 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Mark Liedtke
Mark Liedtke

Mark Liedtke raised to 21,000 on the button, and Dong Chen reraised from the big blind. Liedtke had 31,000 in total and quickly called.

Mark Liedtke: AJ94
Dong Chen: KKQ10

"You have kings!?" Liedtke said, "Well, I can beat that, I'm sure."

The flop of 432 gave Liedtke a pair and a straight draw, but he was still behind to the pair of kings. The 7 turn was no help, but the J river improved him to two pair, which meant he could stay sitting in his chair a little longer.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Mark Liedtke us
Mark Liedtke
71,000 71,000
Dong Chen cn
Dong Chen
68,000 -137,000

Tags: Dong ChenMark Liedtke

Ladies For The Lass

Livello 17 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Esther Taylor
Esther Taylor

Esther Taylor was seen moving the last of her chips in the middle with one hand and sipping a glass of red wine with the other. She seemed rather pleased when someone raised over the top of her 30,000 chip wager.

Heads up and with Taylor at risk, both players flipped their hands on their backs.

Esther Taylor: QQ108
Opponent: AJJ10

Taylor remained ahead on the flop as the dealer revealed the 942.

The turn did provide a sweat as her opponent picked up straight outs with the 8 that peeled. Fortune favored the ladies in this particular hand as the 3 completed the board and rewarded Esther "E-Tay" Taylor the pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Esther Taylor us
Esther Taylor
75,000 5,000

Tags: Esther Taylor