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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #34: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha
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

Event #34: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha

Giorno 1 completo

Josh Arieh Rolls to the Top in Day 1 of Event #34: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha

Livello 17 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Josh Arieh
Josh Arieh

Josh Arieh, who has three of his six World Series of Poker bracelets in Omaha events, as well as six other WSOP Omaha final tables, is at it again. From the moment he sat down in Event #34: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, he began accumulating chips until his stack dwarfed most if not all of those in the field, and it now stands at 1,196,000.

Arieh's Omaha skills are unquestionable, of course, but fortune seemed to favor him today, also. One particular hand that helped Arieh on his way to the top of the chip leaderboard was an improbable one. Josh Arieh had a short stack at risk holding J-J-7-8 with spades, and the opponent had almost the same hand, J-J-T-8 with hearts. Arieh looked at his opponent and said, "Good game, buddy," then flopped a flush draw, turned a spade, and it left his opponent drawing dead.

End of Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Josh AriehUnited States1,196,000120
2Matthew ParryUnited States1,102,000110
3Eric FieldsUnited States1,015,000102
4Taehyung KimSouth Korea951,00095
5Robert MizrachiUnited States829,00083
6Steve FouttyUnited States803,00080
7Todd HatchUnited States779,00078
8Daniel GrassiUnited States714,00071
9Anson TsangHong Kong708,00071
10Joe FirovaUnited States694,00069

Other notables to bag on Day 1 include Matthew Parry (1,102,000), Eric Fields (1,015,000), Steve Foutty (803,000), Todd Hatch (779,000), Anson Tsang (708,000), Daniel Negreanu (446,000), Ronald Keijzer (407,000), and Tommy Le (73,000).

A field of 1,355 generated a $1,808,925 prize pool, with first place receiving $298,192 and the coveted WSOP bracelet. The 98 players who bagged chips on Day 1 are each guaranteed $3,002.

Day 2 stars at 10:00 a.m. local time. Ten levels will be played with 15-minute breaks after every two levels, and a 60-minute dinner break after Level 23 (approximately 4:30 p.m.). Play resumes at Level 18 with blinds of 5,000/10,000 and a 10,000 big blind ante.

Stay tuned to PokerNews, as this 2023 World Series of Poker tournament provides more four-card action on Day 2.

Tags: Anson TsangDaniel NegreanuEric FieldsJosh AriehMatthew ParryRonald KeijzerSteve FouttyTodd HatchTommy Le

Seat Draw For Day 2

Livello 17 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6471James ChenUnited States637,00064
Horseshoe6472Sean ShahUnited States252,00025
Horseshoe6473Michael UguccioniUnited States156,00016
Horseshoe6474Christopher KellerUnited States214,00021
Horseshoe6475Ozea IngramUnited States167,00017
Horseshoe6476Scott RuddellUnited States126,00013
Horseshoe6477Jason BullockUnited States375,00038
Horseshoe6478Jonas KronwitterGermany430,00043
Horseshoe6481Ryan ChristophersonUnited States285,00029
Horseshoe6482Santtu LeinonenFinland343,00034
Horseshoe6483Karim LehoussineFrance290,00029
Horseshoe6484Kevin GerhartUnited States157,00016
Horseshoe6485Josh AriehUnited States1,196,000120
Horseshoe6486Will BerryUnited States80,0008
Horseshoe6488Seamus CahillIreland245,00025
Horseshoe6491Ernest StratmeyerGermany386,00039
Horseshoe6492Aaron SteuryUnited States176,00018
Horseshoe6493Todd HatchUnited States779,00078
Horseshoe6495Lyne Tchapmi PetseUnited States171,00017
Horseshoe6496Bryant BustamanteUnited States132,00013
Horseshoe6497Ronald KeijzerNetherlands407,00041
Horseshoe6498Brandon CaputoUnited States576,00058
Horseshoe6501Hector ZayasUnited States257,00026
Horseshoe6502Matthew BeinnerUnited States476,00048
Horseshoe6503Jarred SolomonSouth Africa284,00028
Horseshoe6504Giuseppe LiantonioUnited States602,00060
Horseshoe6506Anson TsangHong Kong708,00071
Horseshoe6507Leonid YanovskiIsrael368,00037
Horseshoe6508Max StenbergSweden199,00020
Horseshoe6511Shiva DudaniUnited States295,00030
Horseshoe6512Brett ElderCanada111,00011
Horseshoe6513Christopher GallagherUnited States366,00037
Horseshoe6514Erik Holmebakke NordstrandNorway483,00048
Horseshoe6515Thomas UlchUnited States252,00025
Horseshoe6516William BensonUnited States168,00017
Horseshoe6517Tyler BonkowskiCanada80,0008
Horseshoe6518Steven JosephsenUnited States440,00044
Horseshoe6522Anik AjmeraIndia345,00035
Horseshoe6523Matthew SmithUnited Kingdom314,00031
Horseshoe6524Benjamin VorelandNorway273,00027
Horseshoe6525Gaurav RainaUnited States265,00027
Horseshoe6526Diogo VeigaPortugal145,00015
Horseshoe6527Jose FerroColombia312,00031
Horseshoe6528Yung HwangUnited States160,00016
Horseshoe6531Dwight LemoineUnited States148,00015
Horseshoe6532Sen MuUnited States120,00012
Horseshoe6534Guofeng WangChina517,00052
Horseshoe6535Caleb FurthUnited States118,00012
Horseshoe6536Sultan KhairJordan409,00041
Horseshoe6537Evan HaskellUnited States276,00028
Horseshoe6538John RacenerUnited States369,00037
Horseshoe6561Edward LeonardUnited States136,00014
Horseshoe6562Andrew SeabrightUnited Kingdom485,00049
Horseshoe6563Bence SzurkosHungary255,00026
Horseshoe6564Xixiang LuoChina308,00031
Horseshoe6565Sean TrohaUnited States265,00027
Horseshoe6566Vincent MoscatiUnited States54,0005
Horseshoe6567Martin CarneroUnited States121,00012
Horseshoe6568Naor SlobodskoyIsrael500,00050
Horseshoe6571Thomas GabrielUnited States162,00016
Horseshoe6572Brian McKainUnited States106,00011
Horseshoe6573Chris BackCanada231,00023
Horseshoe6574Rajaee WazwazUnited States307,00031
Horseshoe6575Taehyung KimSouth Korea951,00095
Horseshoe6576Reagan RichUnited States340,00034
Horseshoe6577Daniel NegreanuCanada466,00047
Horseshoe6578Ryan CoonUnited States291,00029
Horseshoe6581Matthew ParryUnited States1,102,000110
Horseshoe6582Francisco BaruffiBrazil467,00047
Horseshoe6583Joshua ThibodauxUnited States458,00046
Horseshoe6584Michael KongUnited States145,00015
Horseshoe6585Zhargal TsydypovUnited States188,00019
Horseshoe6586Corey WrightUnited States312,00031
Horseshoe6587Tommy Le 760000
Horseshoe6588Joe FirovaUnited States694,00069
Horseshoe6591William RectorUnited States557,00056
Horseshoe6592David ChoeUnited States251,00025
Horseshoe6593Robert MizrachiUnited States829,00083
Horseshoe6594Gabriel PardoUnited States487,00049
Horseshoe6595Yi LiUnited States155,00016
Horseshoe6596Steve FouttyUnited States803,00080
Horseshoe6597Eric FieldsUnited States1,015,000102
Horseshoe6598Seth FredericiUnited States649,00065
Horseshoe6602Oleg SobolUnited States220,00022
Horseshoe6603Antonin TeisseireFrance252,00025
Horseshoe6604Dustin BrownUnited States378,00038
Horseshoe6605Ido AboudiIsrael90,0009
Horseshoe6606David CallaghanIreland155,00016
Horseshoe6607Fat Cheong WongHong Kong396,00040
Horseshoe6608Joel SheresCanada136,00014
Horseshoe6611Greg HimmelbrandUnited States550,00055
Horseshoe6612Logan TrindadeUnited States180,00018
Horseshoe6613Dave TerryUnited States369,00037
Horseshoe6614JC TranUnited States358,00036
Horseshoe6615Alexander CondonUnited States133,00013
Horseshoe6616Daniel GrassiUnited States714,00071
Horseshoe6617Eran CarmiUnited States266,00027
Horseshoe6618Bart LybaertBelgium159,00016

Official End of Night Counts (completo)

Livello 17 : Blinds 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Josh Arieh us
Josh Arieh
1,196,000 86,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
WSOP 6X Winner
Matthew Parry us
Matthew Parry
1,102,000 427,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Eric Fields us
Eric Fields
1,015,000 355,000
Taehyung Kim kr
Taehyung Kim
951,000 951,000
Robert Mizrachi us
Robert Mizrachi
829,000 354,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 4X Winner
Steve Foutty us
Steve Foutty
803,000 128,000
Todd Hatch us
Todd Hatch
779,000 715,500
Daniel Grassi us
Daniel Grassi
714,000 714,000
Anson Tsang hk
Anson Tsang
708,000 708,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Joe Firova us
Joe Firova
694,000 64,000
Seth Frederici us
Seth Frederici
649,000 -159,000
James Chen (US) us
James Chen (US)
637,000 637,000
Giuseppe Liantonio us
Giuseppe Liantonio
602,000 480,000
Brandon Caputo us
Brandon Caputo
576,000 576,000
William Rector us
William Rector
557,000 192,000
Greg Himmelbrand us
Greg Himmelbrand
550,000 550,000
Guofeng Wang cn
Guofeng Wang
517,000 517,000
Naor Slobodskoy il
Naor Slobodskoy
Gabriel Pardo us
Gabriel Pardo
487,000 487,000
Andrew Seabright gb
Andrew Seabright
485,000 15,000
Erik Holmebakke Nordstrand no
Erik Holmebakke Nordstrand
483,000 483,000
Matthew Beinner us
Matthew Beinner
476,000 476,000
Francisco Baruffi br
Francisco Baruffi
467,000 467,000
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
466,000 -59,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Joshua Thibodaux us
Joshua Thibodaux
458,000 458,000

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Stevry Stays Right Here

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

Aaron Stevry put in a raise preflop and was isolated by one Josh Arieh, who had back pedaled some but remains among the chip leaders. It folded back to Stevry and he made the call.

Aaron Stevry: 7784
Josh Arieh: KK96

The board ran out 67A96 and a mildly exasperated Arieh matched his opponent stack. Stevry was offered a breath of life just before the end of the night..

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Josh Arieh us
Josh Arieh
1,110,000 -5,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
WSOP 6X Winner
Aaron Stevry
Aaron Stevry
110,000 110,000

Tags: Aaron StevryJosh Arieh

Final Four Hands

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

The tournament director has announced the final four hands of the night before the players bag up for Day 2 tomorrow, June 15th at 10 a.m.

Chatur Check-Raises the Flop

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

On a flop of AQ8 Karim Chatur checked and his opponent tossed a bet of 15,000 into the pot of 44,000.

The action was back on Chatur and after a few moments, he announced pot, for a raise to 89,000. After a few seconds, his opponent tossed his cards into the muck.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Karim Chatur ca
Karim Chatur

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Negreanu Gets What He Asks For

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

After calling a raise from the under the gun player, Daniel Negreanu bet enough on a flop of 64J to put the under the gun all in, and he called.

Negreanu winced and said, "Aces?" and the player showed Negreanu's radar is as finely tuned as ever.

Daniel Negreanu: QQ34
Under the Gun: AAK2

When the 7 rolled off on the turn, Negreanu politely asked, "A six?" and then immediately said, "A six." when the 6 was hand-delivered to the river.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer

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Firova Flops Aces Full for the Double Knock Out

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

Three players got all of the chips in the middle before the flop and Joe Firova had both Pablo Menezes at risk for 58,000 and a third player at risk for 180,000.

Pablo Menezes: QJ103
Third Player: KQ65
Joe Firova: AA82

The dealer fanned a flop of A66, giving Firova aces full immediately. Firova hadn't locked up the win though as he was looking to dodge the one outer, and managed to do so as the board completed with the 9 turn and 10 river.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Joe Firova us
Joe Firova
Pablo Menezes br
Pablo Menezes

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The One Where Parry Wins with Ace High

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

Matthew Parry had raised from the button when the big blind reraised all in. Parry began talking himself into the call. "I really like this hand... Ah, let's gamble," and called.

Matthew Parry: A9107
Big Blind: J9105

The 4K642 runout didn't help either player as Parry busted out the big blind with his pair of fours and ace kicker.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Matthew Parry us
Matthew Parry
675,000 177,000
WSOP 1X Winner

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