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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #37: $2,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Giorni 2
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
250,000 / 500,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 2
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #37: $2,000 No-Limit Hold'em

Giorno 2 completo

Yuan Li Bags the Lead Going Into Day 3; Multiple Big Names Still in the Hunt

Livello 25 : Blinds 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante
Yuan Li
Yuan Li

Play has come to a close on Day 2 of Event #37: $2,000 No-Limit Hold 'em at the 2023 World Series of Poker here at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. There were 321 returning players who started the day, but when the dust settled after ten 60-minute levels, only 28 players were able to find a bag for the final day. Those returning for Day 3 will battle it out for the remainder of the $3,492,360 prize pool with $524,777 and a coveted WSOP gold bracelet reserved for the eventual champion.

Yuan Li bagged the overnight chip lead with 5,350,000 in his stack, but will have no easy path to victory as he is closely followed by Patrick Truong (5,220,000) and Jeremy Joseph (3,930,000). All three will be gunning to win their first WSOP bracelet when the tournament plays to a winner.

Other notables to make it through to Day 3 include 2017 WSOP Main Event finalist Antoine Saout (3,615,000), Day 1 chip leader Lee Piniatoglou (2,610,000), bracelet winners Ankush Mandavia (1,240,000) and Carlos Chang (975,000), and the 2023 PSPC champion Aliaksandr Shylko (1,275,000).

End of Day 2 Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Yuan LiChina5,350,00089
2Patrick TruongUnited States5,220,00087
3Jeremy JosephUnited States3,930,00065
4Mark SeifUnited States3,850,00064
5Antoine SaoutFrance3,615,00060
6Darryl RonconiUnited States3,585,00060
7Daniel LeCanada3,290,00055
8Pavels SpirinsLatvia3,000,07550
9Marc MacDonnellIreland2,970,00050
10Lee PiniatoglouUnited States2,610,00044

Notables who made a deep run but fell short of making Day 3 include the 2009 WSOP Main Event champion Joe Cada (43rd, $12,807), three-time bracelet winner Jim Collopy (40th, $12,807), PokerGO's Donnie Peters (47th, $10,753), and four-time WSOP bracelet winner Dominik Nitsche (172nd, $4,002).

Two-time bracelet winner Mark Seif started Day 2 second in chips and managed to steadily build throughout the day to bag 3,850,000 for Day 3 in his pursuit of his elusive third bracelet.

The action picks back up on Saturday, June 17th at 10:00 a.m. local time and will begin on Level 26 with 30,000/60,000 blinds and a big blind ante of 60,000, with play scheduled to play down to a winner.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for up-to-date coverage of this and all events here at the 2023 World Series of Poker!

Tags: Aliaksandr ShylkoAnkush MandaviaAntoine SaoutCarlos ChangDaniel LeDarryl RonconiDominik NitscheDonnie PetersJeremy JosephJim CollopyJoe CadaLee PiniatoglouMarc MacDonnellMark SeifPatrick TruongPavels SpirinsYuan Li

Day 3 Seat Draw

Livello 25 : Blinds 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6522Ankush MandaviaUnited States1,240,00021
Horseshoe6523Frank WeigelUnited States1,255,00021
Horseshoe6524Daniel LeCanada3,290,00055
Horseshoe6525Patrick TruongUnited States5,220,00087
Horseshoe6526Lee PiniatoglouUnited States2,610,00044
Horseshoe6527Carlos ChangTaiwan975,00016
Horseshoe6528Yuriy BoykoIreland710,00012
Horseshoe6531Ivan StarostinUnited States1,330,00022
Horseshoe6533Antoine SaoutFrance3,615,00060
Horseshoe6535Darryl RonconiUnited States3,585,00060
Horseshoe6536Marc MacDonnellIreland2,970,00050
Horseshoe6537Gustavo CastroBrazil1,225,00020
Horseshoe6538Dean HutchisonUnited Kingdom600,00010
Horseshoe6539Boris KolevBulgaria70,0001
Horseshoe6601James KraetzUnited States2,290,00038
Horseshoe6602Miguel SilvaPortugal665,00011
Horseshoe6603Mark SeifUnited States3,850,00064
Horseshoe6604Uri ReichensteinIsrael715,00012
Horseshoe6607Pavel SpirinsUnited States3,000,07550
Horseshoe6608Kianoosh MohajeriUnited States1,850,00031
Horseshoe6609Jeremy JosephUnited States3,930,00066
Horseshoe6611Camillo BaggianiBrazil1,560,00026
Horseshoe6613Ludovic GeilichUnited Kingdom1,415,00024
Horseshoe6615Aliaksandr ShylkoBelarus1,285,00021
Horseshoe6616Colin McHughUnited States1,980,00033
Horseshoe6617Jonathan CamaraCanada905,00015
Horseshoe6618Alan RoblesUnited States1,435,00024
Horseshoe6619Yuan LiChina5,315,00089

End of Day 2 Counts (completo)

Livello 25 : Blinds 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Yuan Li cn
Yuan Li
5,315,000 1,115,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Patrick Truong us
Patrick Truong
5,220,000 2,070,000
Jeremy Joseph us
Jeremy Joseph
3,930,000 2,965,000
Mark Seif us
Mark Seif
3,850,000 345,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Antoine Saout fr
Antoine Saout
3,615,000 15,000
Darryl Ronconi us
Darryl Ronconi
3,585,000 -115,000
Daniel Le ca
Daniel Le
3,290,000 -810,000
Pavel Spirins lv
Pavel Spirins
3,000,075 3,000,075
Marc MacDonnell ie
Marc MacDonnell
2,970,000 20,000
Lee Piniatoglou us
Lee Piniatoglou
2,610,000 70,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
James Kraetz us
James Kraetz
2,290,000 1,540,000
Colin Mchugh ca
Colin Mchugh
1,980,000 -20,000
Kianoosh Mohajeri ir
Kianoosh Mohajeri
1,850,000 190,000
Camillo Baggiani br
Camillo Baggiani
1,560,000 510,000
Alan Robles us
Alan Robles
1,435,000 405,000
Ludovic Geilich gb
Ludovic Geilich
1,415,000 -260,000
Ivan Starostin ru
Ivan Starostin
1,330,000 180,000
Aliaksandr Shylko by
Aliaksandr Shylko
1,285,000 -2,215,000
Frank Weigel us
Frank Weigel
1,255,000 705,000
Ankush Mandavia us
Ankush Mandavia
1,240,000 570,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Gustavo Castro br
Gustavo Castro
1,225,000 -675,000
Carlos Chang tw
Carlos Chang
975,000 25,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jonathan Camara ca
Jonathan Camara
905,000 -245,000
Uri Reichenstein il
Uri Reichenstein
715,000 45,000
Yuriy Boyko ie
Yuriy Boyko
710,000 -490,000

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"I Call a One Minute Clock on Myself"

Livello 25 : Blinds 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante

The late position player, Kai Zheng raised to 110,000 preflop and the player in the hijack position, Patrick Truong three-bet to 280,000 and Zheng called.

The flop came down 9A10 and Zheng checked and Truong bet 125,000. Zheng called after he queried, "What is your stack?".

The turn brought the A and Zheng led out for 125,000 and Truong called.

On the river is where the tough decision was for Truong. When the 3 came and Truong made a bet of 390,000 and Zheng moved all of his chips in for 1,080,000 which covered Truong.

Truong thought for awhile and then called a one minute clock on himself before he folded.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Kai Zheng us
Kai Zheng
4,000,000 1,900,000
Patrick Truong us
Patrick Truong
3,150,000 -1,100,000

Tags: Kai ZhengPatrick Truong

Day 2 Winding Down

Livello 25 : Blinds 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante

The tournament director has called for five more hands and then the remaining players will be bagging their chips and returning tomorrow.

Seif Flops The Nuts

Livello 25 : Blinds 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante

Mark Seif raised to 125,000 from under the gun and was three-bet by Aliaksandt Shylko from middle position.

Action folded back to Seif who decided to four-bet jam with Shylko snapping him off and setting up a two player runout with Seif at risk.

Mark Seif: AQ
Aliaksandt Shylko: AK

The flop came 568 and Shylko was immediately drawing dead with his only hope being a running straight flush on the board.

The K turn card made it official and the 10 river card sent a massive double up tio Seif to end the night with only a couple more hands until the remaining players bag for Day 3.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Mark Seif us
Mark Seif
3,505,000 2,455,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Aliaksandt Shylko by
Aliaksandt Shylko
1,600,000 -1,975,000

Tags: Aliaksandt ShylkoMark Seif

Truong Hits the River to Stack Up

Livello 25 : Blinds 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante

The small blind found a call with Patrick Truong having checked from the big blind.

The flop was 5106 as the small blind checked to Truong. He led out for 50,000 getting check raised to 175,000. He eventually found a call.

The turn was the 7 as the small blind bet out for 335,000. Truong found a call.

With the 4 on the river, the small blind checked with Truong having jammed all in. The small blind called revealing 1010. Truong showed 108 to take down the pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Patrick Truong us
Patrick Truong
4,250,000 3,050,000

Tags: Patrick Truong

Shylko Sends Rios Home With Sick Runout

Livello 25 : Blinds 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante

Picking up the action on the river with a completed board of QA1059 with about 1,000,000 chips in the pot, Aliaksandr Shylko checked over to Dorian Rios.

Rios looked ready to pull the trigger and did so by jamming almost 1,000,000 chips into Shylko who immediately snapped Rios off and turned over the Q10, having flopped two pair and gone runner-runner for the second nut flush.

Rios, visibly frustrated, turned over the AA for top set while the dealer counted down the chips and confirmed that Shylko did have him covered, making his sudden exit from the tournament official.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Aliaksandr Shylko by
Aliaksandr Shylko
3,575,000 2,485,000
Dorian Rios ve
Dorian Rios

Tags: Aliaksandr ShylkoDorian Rios