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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #32: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em (6-Handed)
Giorni 1
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
400,000 / 800,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 1
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #32: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em (6-Handed)

Giorno 1 completo

Chris Hunichen Bags Huge in Star-Studded Field

Livello 21 : Blinds 10,000/25,000, 25,000 ante
Chris Hunichen
Chris Hunichen

A star-studded field flooded Day 1 of Event #32: $3,000 No-Limit Hold 'Em (6-Handed), creating a field size of 1,241 entries with 57 players bagging up for Day 2.

The 2023 World Series of Poker at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas has been all about big prize pools, and this event was no different, having generated $3,313,470 to be split among the top 187 finishers, with a first-place prize of $558,266 and a coveted WSOP gold bracelet going to the eventual winner. The min-cash was good for $4,800, and all returning Day 2 players are guaranteed $8,436.

With a relatively short two-day event such as this, the later parts of Day 1 are moving day for all competitors vying for the bracelet, and some major competitors crept up in the chip counts as the day's clock ticked down.

End of Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Chris HunichenUnited States2,405,00080
2Asher ConniffUnited States2,170,00072
3Ken FishmanUnited States1,805,00060
4Ian MatakisUnited States1,560,00052
5Roman HrabecCzech Republic1,515,00051
6Peter RabinUnited States1,480,00049
7Mark IoliUnited States1,470,00049
8Noah SchwartzUnited States1,450,00048
9Eshaan BhallaUnited States1,440,00048
10Julien SitbonFrance1,360,00045

Chris Hunichen bagged up 2,405,000 chips, enough for the overnight chip lead. Asher Conniff (2,170,000) was the only other entrants to finish Day 1 with more than two millions chips in their stack.

Plenty of big names crammed seven-figure stacks into their overnight chip bags. They include recent bracelet winner Ian Matakis (1,560,000), Roman Hrabec (1,515,000), Noah Schwartz (1,450,000), and Benjamin Diebold (1,035,000).

Other notables to look out for on Day 2 include Jareth East (975,000), Maria Ho (860,000), Eric Baldwin (795,000), Paul Volpe (765,000), Main Event winners Martin Jacobson (465,000) and Ryan Riess (390,000).

The bubble took longer than typical, but once it burst, the room became electric, and small celebrations broke out at multiple tables. And while everyone in the room was excited to cash, it was quickly back to business as everyone has one finishing position in mind.

Players will return tomorrow, June 14th at 12:00 p.m. local time to battle for the bracelet. Play will begin in Level 22 with blinds of 15,000/30,000 and a big blind ante of 30,000. Those returning are scheduled to play 40-minute levels until a winner is crowned.

Keep it locked on PokerNews all summer long for up-to-date coverage of this and all events at the 2023 World Series of Poker!

Tags: Alex FoxenAsher ConniffBrian GreenChris HunichenMaria HoNoah Schwartz

Seat Draw for Day 2

Livello 21 : Blinds 10,000/25,000, 25,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6492Ren LinUnited States355,00012
Horseshoe6493John TempletonUnited States490,00016
Horseshoe6494Samy BoujmalaFrance1,155,00039
Horseshoe6495Seamus CahillIreland665,00022
Horseshoe6496Brian BorstUnited States280,0009
Horseshoe6501Jareth EastUnited Kingdom975,00033
Horseshoe6502Naor SlobodskoyIsrael420,00014
Horseshoe6503David UvaydovUnited States865,00029
Horseshoe6504Axel HallayUnited Kingdom670,00022
Horseshoe6505John RipnickUnited States595,00020
Horseshoe6506Oleh OkhotskyiUnited Kingdom595,00020
Horseshoe6511Jason MannCanada790,00026
Horseshoe6512Johannes StraverUnited States835,00028
Horseshoe6513Asher ConniffUnited States2,170,00072
Horseshoe6514Johann IbanezColombia870,00029
Horseshoe6515Fabrice BigotFrance320,00011
Horseshoe6516Jordan SemelUnited States745,00025
Horseshoe6521Brian GreenUnited States345,00012
Horseshoe6522Ian MatakisUnited States1,560,00052
Horseshoe6522Craig VarnellUnited States450,00015
Horseshoe6523Jake SchwartzUnited States290,00010
Horseshoe6524Wing LiuUnited Kingdom985,00033
Horseshoe6526Brad AlbrinckUnited States795,00027
Horseshoe6531Aliaksandr ShylkoCzech Republic240,0008
Horseshoe6532Ana MarquezSpain310,00010
Horseshoe6533Todd IvensUnited States875,00029
Horseshoe6534Roman HrabecCzech Republic1,515,00051
Horseshoe6535Martin JacobsonSweden465,00016
Horseshoe6536Maria HoUnited States860,00029
Horseshoe6572Laszlo MolnarHungary680,00023
Horseshoe6573Chris HunichenUnited States2,405,00080
Horseshoe6574Wojciech BarzantnyGermany485,00016
Horseshoe6575Gregor Sverkohungary490,00016
Horseshoe6576Eric BaldwinUnited States795,00027
Horseshoe6581Benjamin DieboldUnited States1,035,00035
Horseshoe6583Andrew SwensonUnited States970,00032
Horseshoe6584Tom KunzeGermany525,00018
Horseshoe6585Arsenii KarmatckiiRussia1,130,00038
Horseshoe6586Debra MccraveyUnited States860,00029
Horseshoe6591John DolanUnited States655,00022
Horseshoe6592Akash SethUnited States1,275,00043
Horseshoe6593Ken FishmanUnited States1,805,00060
Horseshoe6594Philip SternheimerUnited States1,015,00034
Horseshoe6595Paul VolpeUnited States765,00026
Horseshoe6596Eshaan BhallaUnited States1,440,00048
Horseshoe6601Mark IoliUnited States1,470,00049
Horseshoe6602Daniel GrassiUnited States465,00016
Horseshoe6603Julien SitbonFrance1,360,00045
Horseshoe6604Noah SchwartzUnited States1,450,00048
Horseshoe6605Tyler CornellUnited States510,00017
Horseshoe6606Gary BlackwoodUnited Kingdom1,015,00034
Horseshoe6611Matthew ZambaniniUnited States660,00022
Horseshoe6612DID NOT REPORT 1 1,240,00041
Horseshoe6613Ryan RiessUnited States390,00013
Horseshoe6614Agenor De SouzaBrazil1,110,00037
Horseshoe6615Alex FoxenUnited States750,00025
Horseshoe6616Peter RabinUnited States1,480,00049

Official End of Night Counts (completo)

Livello 21 : Blinds 10,000/25,000, 25,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Chris Hunichen us
Chris Hunichen
2,405,000 715,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Asher Conniff us
Asher Conniff
2,170,000 2,170,000
Ken Fishman us
Ken Fishman
1,805,000 1,805,000
Ian Matakis us
Ian Matakis
1,560,000 1,560,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Roman Hrabec cz
Roman Hrabec
1,515,000 1,515,000
Peter Rabin us
Peter Rabin
1,480,000 1,407,000
Mark Ioli us
Mark Ioli
1,470,000 1,470,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Noah Schwartz us
Noah Schwartz
1,450,000 730,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Eshaan Bhalla us
Eshaan Bhalla
1,440,000 1,440,000
Julien Sitbon fr
Julien Sitbon
1,360,000 1,360,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Akash Seth us
Akash Seth
1,275,000 1,275,000
Cord Garcia us
Cord Garcia
1,240,000 520,000
Samy Boujmala fr
Samy Boujmala
1,155,000 1,155,000
Arsenii Karmatckii ru
Arsenii Karmatckii
1,130,000 1,130,000
Agenor De Souza br
Agenor De Souza
1,110,000 1,110,000
Benjamin Diebold us
Benjamin Diebold
1,035,000 1,035,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Gary Blackwood gb
Gary Blackwood
1,015,000 1,015,000
Philip Sternheimer gb
Philip Sternheimer
1,015,000 1,015,000
Wing Liu hk
Wing Liu
985,000 985,000
Jareth East gb
Jareth East
975,000 975,000
Andrew Swenson us
Andrew Swenson
970,000 970,000
Todd Ivens us
Todd Ivens
875,000 875,000
Johann Ibanez co
Johann Ibanez
870,000 870,000
David Uvaydov us
David Uvaydov
865,000 865,000
Debra Mccravey us
Debra Mccravey
860,000 860,000

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Final Three Hands

Livello 21 : Blinds 10,000/25,000, 25,000 ante

The tournament director has announced the final three hands of the night before the players bag up for Day 2 at 12 p.m tomorrow, June 14th.

Ho Gets the Best of Varnell

Livello 21 : Blinds 10,000/25,000, 25,000 ante
Maria Ho
Maria Ho

Action folded to Craig Varnell on the button who raised to 45,000. The small blind folded to Maria Ho in the big blind who put in the call to take both players to the K106 flop.

Ho checked, and Varnell tossed in a bet worth 70,000. Ho thought for a moment, then made the call, prompting the dealer to burn and turn the 9.

Ho checked, and Varnell checked behind before watching as the 3 fell on the river.

Ho thought for a moment about her action and eventually decided to put out a bet of 200,000. Varnell thought briefly before cutting out enough chips to make the call and moving them into the pot.

Ho quickly tabled the A7 for the nut flush, beating the KJ of Varnell to take down a big pot and move over a million in chips.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Maria Ho us
Maria Ho
1,275,000 775,000
Craig Varnell us
Craig Varnell
800,000 585,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Craig VarnellMaria Ho

Garcia Spikes the River to Stay Alive

Livello 21 : Blinds 10,000/25,000, 25,000 ante
Cord Garcia
Cord Garcia

Craig Varnell raised in the hijack, and the action folded around to Cord Garcia in the big blind, who jammed for 345,000. Before the words were even fully out of his mouth, Varnell slammed a stack of reds across the line to make the call.

Cord Garcia: KQ
Craig Varnell: 1010

It was a classic race, and it was looking good for Varnell as the flop came 653. The 2 turn left Garcia drawing to one of his over cards or a straight card for the chop, and the Q river paired his queen to collect the double.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Cord Garcia us
Cord Garcia
720,000 720,000
Craig Varnell us
Craig Varnell
215,000 -870,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Cord GarciaCraig Varnell

Livello: 21

Bui: 10,000/25,000

Ante: 25,000

Albrinck's Kings are Good

Livello 20 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

Brad Albrinck raised to 40,000 under the gun and both the button and big blind made the call.

The dealer fanned a flop of Q85 and the big blind check-folded to Albrinck's continuation of 60,000, while the button made the call.

The A turn was checked through by both players and when the 10 hit the river, both players checked once again. Albrinck tabled KK and his opponent mucked his hand.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Brad Albrinck us
Brad Albrinck

Tags: Brad Albrinck

Rosen Doubles Through Palihapitiya

Livello 20 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

Chamath Palihapitiya opened in late position to 40,000. The action then folded all the way to Andrew Rosen in the big blind who defended.

The JQ2 flop landed and action checked through. The 8 landed on the turn and Rosen went into the tank for about a minute before putting out a bet of 75,000. Palihapitiya quickly made the call.

The river landed a 7 and Rosen didn't think for long before putting the remainder of his chips in the middle. Palihapitiya essentially snap called and the cards hit their back.

Rosen rolled over K2 for a rivered flush and Palihapitiya showed that he called down light with 74 for just 4th pair.

Rosen scooped the pot headed into the last level of the night.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Chamath Palihapitiya
Chamath Palihapitiya
Andrew Rosen us
Andrew Rosen

Tags: Andrew RosenChamath Palihapitiya