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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #28: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout
Giorni 2
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Vincitore
Mano Vincente
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Premio
$406,403
Event Info
Buy-in
$1,500
Montepremi
$2,731,410
Entries
2,046
Informazioni livello
Livello
35
Bui
250,000 / 500,000
Ante
500,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 2
Entries
188
Giocatori Rimasti
17

Event #28: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout

Giorno 2 completo

Matthew Hunt with Massive Chip Lead After Day 2 on Hunt for First Bracelet

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/40,000, 80,000 ante
Matthew Hunt
Matthew Hunt

Day 2 of Event #28: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout has concluded at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. A total of 2,046 players entered the event on Day 1, generating a prize pool of $2,731,410. The field started the second day with 188 players and ended the night with 17. This year’s winner can look forward to a $406,403 purse and, of course, a WSOP gold bracelet to go with it.

At the end of the day, Matthew Hunt sat atop the leaderboard with an impressive 9,380,000 chip stack. This would be the poker coach’s first bracelet win.

One of the turn around hands was an ill-timed bluff by Chino Rheem that had all of the chips in on the turn with Rheem drawing dead.

Other players who ended the day with high chip counts and will be vying for a piece of Hunt’s chip stack were Benjamin Ector (5,690,000), Jean Lhuillier (5,165,000), and Dean Hutchison (4,000,000).

Benjamin Ector
Benjamin Ector

End of Day 2 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Matthew HuntUnited Kingdom9,380,00094
2Benjamin EctorUnited States5,690,00057
3Jean LhuillierFrance5,165,00052
4Dean HutchisonUnited Kingdom4,000,00040
5Santiago PlanteCanada3,990,00040
6Rocco IatiUnited States3,460,00035
7Dietrich FastGermany2,595,00026
8Peter NighUnited States2,470,00025
9Samuel Roussy-MajeauCanada2,190,00022
10Rene LazaroUnited States2,165,00022
11Robel AndemichaelUnited States2,025,00020
12Nick PalmaUnited States1,595,00016
13Adam SwanUnited States1,585,00016
14Clyde MaliaukaUnited States1,540,00015
15Jonathan KramerUnited States1,440,00014
16Divyam SatyarthiUnited States1,355,00014
17Jorge UfanoSpain1,175,00012

Some of the notable players that found themselves on the wrong end of Lady Luck on day 2 included Justin Pechie, Leo Soma, Jeremy Pekarek, Ryan Laplante, Danny Wong, Asher Coniff, Johnnie "Vibes" Moreno, Mustapha Kanit, Ryan Leng, Upeshka De Silva, Ryan Bambrick, Everett Carlton, Aram Oganyan, Jonas Wexler and Day 1 chip leader Hao Zhou.

Cards will be in the air at noon PDT on June 14th, and those fortunate enough to be returning for Day 3 will start the day at Level 28, with blinds of 50,000/100,000 and a 100,000 big blind ante. There will be a 15-minute break every two levels and a dinner break to be determined.

Follow along with PokerNews for all the live updates from the live reporting team.

Tags: Adam SwanAram OganyanAsher ConiffBenjamin EctorChino RheemClyde MaliaukaDanny WongDean HutchisonDietrich FastDivyam SatyarthiEverett CarltonHao ZhouJean LhuillierJeremy PekarekJonas WexlerJonathan KramerJorge UfanoJustin PechieLeo SomaMatthew HuntMustapha KanitNick PalmaPeter NighRene LazaroRobel AndemichaelRocco IatiRyan BambrickRyan LaplanteRyan LengSamuel Roussy-MajeauSantiago PlanteUpeshka De Silva

Seat Draw for Day 3

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/40,000, 80,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Binds
Horseshoe11Dean HutchisonUnited Kingdom4,000,00040
Horseshoe12Peter NighUnited States2,470,00025
Horseshoe13Jorge UfanoUnited States1,175,00012
Horseshoe14Nick PalmaUnited States1,595,00016
Horseshoe15Matthew HuntUited Kingdom9,380,00094
Horseshoe16Benjamin EctorUnited States5,690,00057
Horseshoe18Jonathan KramerUnited States1,440,00014
Horseshoe19Rocco IatiUnited States3,460,00035
       
Horseshoe21Samuel Roussy-MajeauCanada2,190,00022
Horseshoe22Clyde MaliaukaUnited States1,540,00015
Horseshoe23Dietrich FastAustria2,595,00026
Horseshoe24Divyam SatyarthiUnited States1,395,00014
Horseshoe25Rene LazaroHungary2,165,00022
Horseshoe26Santiago PlanteCanada3,990,00040
Horseshoe27Adam SwanUnited States1,585,00016
Horseshoe28Robel AndemichaelUnited States2,025,00020
Horseshoe29Jean LhuillierUnited Kingdom5,165,00052

Day 2 Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/40,000, 80,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Matthew Hunt gb
Matthew Hunt
9,380,000 1,705,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Benjamin Ector us
Benjamin Ector
5,690,000 -1,460,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jean Lhuillier fr
Jean Lhuillier
5,165,000 1,665,000
Dean Hutchison gb
Dean Hutchison
4,000,000 1,700,000
Santiago Plante ca
Santiago Plante
3,990,000 690,000
Rocco Iati us
Rocco Iati
3,460,000 -40,000
Dietrich Fast de
Dietrich Fast
2,595,000 1,725,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Peter Nigh us
Peter Nigh
2,470,000 -180,000
Samuel Roussy-Majeau ca
Samuel Roussy-Majeau
2,190,000 -610,000
Rene Lazaro us
Rene Lazaro
2,165,000 -235,000
Robel Andemichael us
Robel Andemichael
2,025,000 -675,000
Nick Palma us
Nick Palma
1,595,000 -580,000
Adam Swan us
Adam Swan
1,585,000 -815,000
Clyde Maliauka us
Clyde Maliauka
1,540,000 -660,000
Jonathan Kramer us
Jonathan Kramer
1,440,000 -40,000
Divyam Satyarthi us
Divyam Satyarthi
1,355,000 155,000
Jorge Ufano es
Jorge Ufano
1,175,000 -825,000

Ross Ward Eliminated in 18th Place ($14,608)

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/40,000, 80,000 ante
Ross Ward
Ross Ward

Ross Ward raised in early position and Benjamin Ector went all in against him two seats to his left. The rest of the table folded and Ector made the call.

Ross Ward: 1010
Benjamin Ector: AQ

The flop came Qx4x2x and Ward was unable to catch a ten on the turn or river, eliminating him at the final two tables.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Benjamin Ector us
Benjamin Ector
7,150,000 2,250,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Ross Ward us
Ross Ward
Eliminato

Tags: Benjamin EctorRoss Ward

Two Table Redraw (completo)

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/40,000, 80,000 ante
TableSeatNameChip Count
6771Samuel Roussy-Majeau2,800,000
6772Clyde Maliauka2,200,000
6773Dietrich Fast870,000
6774Divyam Satyarthi1,200,000
6775Rene Lazaro2,400,000
6776Santiago Plante3,300,000
6777Adam Swan2,400,000
6778Robel Andemichael2,700,000
6779Jean Lhuillier3,500,000
    
6781Dean Hutchison2,300,000
6782Peter Nigh2,650,000
6783Jorge Ufano2,000,000
6784Nick Palma2,175,000
6785Matthew Hunt7,675,000
6786Benjamin Ector5,600,000
6787Jonathan Kramer1,480,000
6788Ross Ward940,000
6789Rocco Iati3,500,000
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Matthew Hunt gb
Matthew Hunt
7,675,000 175,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Benjamin Ector us
Benjamin Ector
5,600,000 700,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jean Lhuillier fr
Jean Lhuillier
3,500,000 200,000
Rocco Iati us
Rocco Iati
3,500,000
Santiago Plante ca
Santiago Plante
3,300,000 1,400,000
Samuel Roussy-Majeau ca
Samuel Roussy-Majeau
2,800,000 -400,000
Robel Andemichael us
Robel Andemichael
2,700,000 675,000
Peter Nigh us
Peter Nigh
2,650,000 1,150,000
Rene Lazaro us
Rene Lazaro
2,400,000 -1,000,000
Adam Swan us
Adam Swan
2,400,000 140,000
Dean Hutchison gb
Dean Hutchison
2,300,000 -1,700,000
Clyde Maliauka us
Clyde Maliauka
2,200,000 1,945,000
Nick Palma us
Nick Palma
2,175,000 225,000
Jorge Ufano es
Jorge Ufano
2,000,000 900,000
Jonathan Kramer us
Jonathan Kramer
1,480,000 480,000
Divyam Satyarthi us
Divyam Satyarthi
1,200,000 450,000
Ross Ward us
Ross Ward
940,000 940,000
Dietrich Fast de
Dietrich Fast
870,000 -1,875,000
WSOP 1X Winner

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Stanley Cup Champs! Vegas Poker Community Reacts to Golden Knights' Win

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/40,000, 80,000 ante

In just the franchise's seventh season, the Vegas Golden Knights have captured the Stanley Cup trophy, and the Las Vegas poker community has erupted in celebration.

The Knights defeated the Florida Panthers in a 9-3 rout at T-Mobile Arena on the Strip Tuesday night, just down the road from the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP), the fifth game of the best-of-seven series.

For Vegas it was the team's second trip to the Stanley Cup Final. In 2018, two years into the expansion team's existence, the Knights fell to the Washington Capitals 4-1. This time around, however, there was nothing that could stand in their way, not even a fierce opponent like the Panthers, a team that underachieved during the regular season and got hot during the playoffs.

The Las Vegas poker community has adopted the Golden Knights as the favorite team. During Tuesday's WSOP events, the game was on the big screens inside the tournament areas at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. Many players were as zoned in on the hockey game as they were the action on the felt. And then there were those who skipped the WSOP, such as Mike Matusow, in favor of watching their beloved NHL team.

Click here to see more Stanley Cup reactions from the poker world!

Livello: 27

Bui: 40,000/40,000

Ante: 80,000

Justin Coltharp Eliminated in 19th Place ($14,608)

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/40,000, 80,000 ante
Justin Coltharp
Justin Coltharp

A short-stacked Justin Coltharp got it all in from and Benjamin Ector called.

Coltharp: 88
Benjamin Ector: AJ

Coltharp lost the flip immediately on a flop of 7A3 and the 7 turn and K river sealed the deal.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Benjamin Ector us
Benjamin Ector
4,900,000 500,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Justin Coltharp us
Justin Coltharp
Eliminato

Tags: Benjamin EctorJustin Coltharp

Hunt Takes Down 3.5 Million Pot

Livello 26 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

Matthew Hunt bet 360000 into a pot that was already close to a million on a board of 10Q78, and Santiago Plante called. ,

The river brought the 9 and Plante put 1,100,000 in front of him. Hunt called, Plante showed ace queen, Hunt turned over K9 for the rivered flush and took down the 3,500,000 pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Matthew Hunt gb
Matthew Hunt
7,500,000 2,575,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Santiago Plante ca
Santiago Plante
1,900,000 -3,200,000

Tags: Matthew HuntSantiago Plante