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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #22: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship
Giorni 1
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
60,000 / 120,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 1
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #22: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship

Giorno 1 completo

Nozomu Shimizu Leads After Day 1 of Event #22: $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship

Livello 10 : Blinds 2,000/3,000, 0 ante
Nozomu Shimizu
Nozomu Shimizu

Day 1 of Event #22: $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship at the 2023 World Series of Poker at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, has come to an end with Nozomu Shimizu emerging as chip leader after bagging 334,000 in chips. The only other player to cross the 300,000 mark was Kevin Song, who bagged up 322,000 for Day 2.

Shimizu is coming fresh off a third-place finish from Event #12: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em Freezout, where he won $287,106 a few short days ago. The Japan native also took down an EPT No-Limit Hold'em Hyper Turbo event earlier this year and is currently poised to continue his hot run in 2023.

End of Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Nozomu ShimizuJapan334,00086
2Kevin SongUnited States322,00081
3Koray AldemirGermany266,00067
4Cary KatzUnited States251,00063
5Brian LiebermanUnited States238,00060
6John ElliottUnited States238,00060
7Carlo Van RavenswoudNetherlands220,00055
8Nate SilverUnited States199,00050
9Joe McKeehenUnited States194,00049
10Ronnie BardahUnited States188,00047

Just behind Shimizu in chips, Song has cashes dating all the way back to 1994 that have netted him over $4 million in career-tournament earnings. Song earned his first and only WSOP bracelet back in 1997 when he won a $2,000 Limit Hold'em event for $397,120.

Shaun Deeb
Shaun Deeb is through to Day 2

Other names who bagged into Day 2 include Ronnie Bardah (188,000), Shaun Deeb (138,000), Chris Vitch (154,000), Cary Katz (251,000), Nate Silver (199,000), Daniel Zack (111,000) and Main Event Champions Joe McKeehen (194,000) and Koray Aldemir (266,000)

Some of the less fortunate souls who were eliminated on Day 1include Bryce Yockey, Jesse Lonis, Amir Shayesteh, Matt Glantz, Yuri Dzivielevski, Juha Helppi, and Mike Matusow.

Notably absent was defending champion Jonathan Cohen, who has not yet made an appearance at this year's World Series of Poker.

Day 1 began with 33 players and the field slowly filled out throughout the day to a final number of 104, which has already surpassed last year’s 92 runners. Late registration will remain open up until the start of Day 2, so that number is sure to go even higher. At the close of play, 46 players bagged and tagged their stacks.

Day 2 will begin on June 9 at 1 p.m. local time on Level 11, which features 2,000/4,000 blinds and 4,000/8,000 limits. Levels will last 90 minutes throughout the day, and play will continue for seven levels in total. Players will get a 10-minute break after each level and a 60-minute dinner break after Level 14.

Be sure to stick with PokerNews as we continue to bring you all the action leading to the next bracelet winner here at Event #22: $10,000 Limit Hold’em!

Tags: Amir ShayestehBrian LiebermanBryce YockeyCary KatzChris VitchDan ZackJonathan CohenJuha HelppiKevin SongKoray AldemirMike MatusowNate SilverNozomu ShimizuShaun Deeb

Seat Draw for Day 2

Livello 10 : Blinds 2,000/3,000, 0 ante

Please note: late registration remains open until the start of Day 2.

CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Paris1352Max KruseGermany36,0009
Paris1353David LiebermanUnited States86,00022
Paris1354Mori EskandaniUnited States72,00018
Paris1355Christopher VitchUnited States154,00039
Paris1358Ian JohnsUnited States161,00040
Paris1361Greg MascioUnited States128,00032
Paris1362Matthew SchreiberUnited States64,00016
Paris1363Philip SternheimerUnited States102,00026
Paris1364John ElliottUnited States238,00060
Paris1367Kenneth DonoghueUnited States10
Paris1371Cary KatzUnited States251,00063
Paris1372Kevin EricksonUnited States21,0005
Paris1374Amir TurkzadehUnited States93,00023
Paris1375Matt SzymaszekUnited States153,00038
Paris1377Rob HollinkNetherlands10
Paris1381Andrew KelsallUnited States99,00025
Paris1382Kevin SongUnited States322,00081
Paris1383Koray AldemirAustria266,00067
Paris1384Shaun DeebUnited States122,00031
Paris1385Takashi OguraJapan78,00020
Paris1401Joseph BeasyUnited States154,00039
Paris1403Louis HillmanUnited States95,00024
Paris1406Fred LavassaniUnited States157,00039
Paris1407Daniel ZackUnited States111,00028
Paris1408Louis WermanUnited States67,00017
Paris1411Robert Campbell (AU)Australia56,00014
Paris1412Matthew WoodwardUnited States37,0009
Paris1413Nick PupilloUnited States111,00028
Paris1414Brian LiebermanUnited States238,00060
Paris1418Daniel IdemaCanada135,00034
Paris1421Nate SilverUnited States199,00050
Paris1422Christopher ChungUnited States37,0009
Paris1424Matthew RightnourUnited States158,00040
Paris1425Joe McKeehenUnited States194,00049
Paris1427Nozomu ShimizuJapan334,00084
Paris1431Motoyoshi OkamuraJapan124,00031
Paris1432Brian ClarkUnited States119,00030
Paris1434Robert ComoUnited States187,00047
Paris1435Brian HakUnited States80,00020
Paris1436William KleinUnited States156,00039
Paris1438Roland IsraelashviliUnited States40,00010
Paris1442Alexander WilkinsonUnited States153,00038
Paris1445Ronnie BardahUnited States188,00047
Paris1446Yong WangChina185,00046
Paris1447Carlo Van RavenswoudNetherlands220,00055
Paris1448Alex TorryUnited States70,00018

Official End-of-Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 10 : Blinds 2,000/3,000, 0 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Nozomu Shimizu jp
Nozomu Shimizu
334,000 -6,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Kevin Song us
Kevin Song
322,000 82,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Koray Aldemir de
Koray Aldemir
266,000 44,000
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 1X Winner
Cary Katz us
Cary Katz
251,000 11,000
Brian Lieberman us
Brian Lieberman
238,000 128,000
John Elliott us
John Elliott
Carlo van Ravenswoud nl
Carlo van Ravenswoud
220,000 130,000
Nate Silver us
Nate Silver
199,000 -51,000
Joe McKeehen us
Joe McKeehen
194,000 29,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 3X Winner
Ronnie Bardah us
Ronnie Bardah
188,000 13,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Robert Como us
Robert Como
187,000 187,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Yong Wang cn
Yong Wang
185,000 23,000
Ian Johns us
Ian Johns
WSOP 3X Winner
Matthew Rightnour us
Matthew Rightnour
Fred Lavassani us
Fred Lavassani
William Klein us
William Klein
Christopher Vitch us
Christopher Vitch
Joseph Beasy us
Joseph Beasy
Alex Wilkinson us
Alex Wilkinson
Matt Szymaszek us
Matt Szymaszek
Daniel Idema ca
Daniel Idema
135,000 5,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
WSOP 3X Winner
Greg Mascio us
Greg Mascio
Motoyoshi Okamura jp
Motoyoshi Okamura
WSOP 1X Winner
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
122,000 -88,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Brian Clark us
Brian Clark

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Final Two Hands

Livello 10 : Blinds 2,000/3,000, 0 ante

The tournament staff announced two hands will remain on the day before the rest of the field bags up for Day 2 tomorrow.

Aldemir Picks Up a Pot Close to End of Day 1

Livello 10 : Blinds 2,000/3,000, 0 ante
Koray Aldemir
Koray Aldemir

A player from under the gun opened the action and Koray Aldemir put in a three-bet from the cutoff. The rest of the table folded and the under-the-gun player called.

On the flop of K106, action checked to Aldemir who continued with a bet, which his opponent called. The J hit the turn and play was checked to Aldemir who bet again. His opponent let their cards go and the pot was sent to Aldemir just before the end of Day 1.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Koray Aldemir de
Koray Aldemir
222,000 17,000
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Koray Aldemir

Rockets For Katz

Livello 10 : Blinds 2,000/3,000, 0 ante

Three ways on a flop of JQ5, Cary Katz bet from the small blind and was called by AJ Kelsall in the hijack and another player on the button.

Katz continued betting on the 4 turn and this time only the button called.

The 2 completed the board and Katz bet once more. The button called and Katz tabled AA, which got a muck from his opponent.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Cary Katz us
Cary Katz
AJ Kelsall us
AJ Kelsall
55,000 5,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: AJ KelsallCary Katz

Vitch Takes Two Pots In a Row

Livello 10 : Blinds 2,000/3,000, 0 ante

The action folded to Yong Wang who opened on the button and Chris Vitch called in the big blind.

The flop came K64 and Vitch checked to Wang who continued with a bet. Vitch elected on a check-raise and took down the pot when Wang folded.

On the next hand the action folded to Vitch in the small blind who opened and the player in the big blind called.

The flop fanned out J87 and Vitch bet out. His opponent quickly folded and another pot was sent to Vitch.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Chris Vitch us
Chris Vitch
165,000 -25,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Yong Wang cn
Yong Wang
162,000 30,000

Tags: Chris VitchYong Wang

Shimizu Continues to Climb

Livello 10 : Blinds 2,000/3,000, 0 ante
Nozomu Shimizu
Nozomu Shimizu

Nozomu Shimizu raised from the cutoff and action folded to Mori Eskandani in the small blind, who made it three bets to go. It was folded back around to Shimizu, who called.

Shimizu called a bet from Eskandani on the A88 flop and both players checked on the 5 turn.

Eskandani checked once more when the 5 completed and double-paired the board. Shimizu bet, Eskandani called, and Shimizu showed him A5 for fives-full of aces.

Eskandani couldn't beat it and mucked — awarding the pot to Shimizu.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Nozomu Shimizu jp
Nozomu Shimizu
340,000 82,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Mori Eskandani us
Mori Eskandani
72,000 -49,000
Poker Hall of Famer

Tags: Mori EskandaniNozomu Shimizu