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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #39: $1,500 Monster Stack
Giorni 1a
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
2,500,000 / 5,000,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 1a
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #39: $1,500 Monster Stack

Giorno 1a completo

Pavlin Karakikov Bags Chip Lead on Day 1a of Event #39: $1,500 Monster Stack

Livello 11 : Blinds 1,000/2,500, 2,500 ante
Pavlin Karakikov
Pavlin Karakikov

A total of 3,945 players entered Day 1a of Event #38: $1,500 Monster Stack, the first of two Day 1 flights at the 2023 World Series of Poker at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. The number smashed the attendance of 2,947 set on Day 1a of last year's event

The gargantuan field generated a massive prize pool of $5,266,575, a number that will continue to grow as Day 1b on Saturday is expected to be an even bigger flight.

After 11 hours of play a total of 1,242 players found a bag for Sunday's Day 2. Pavlin Karakikov ended the day as the chip leader, bagging 593,500 at the end of the day. Other notable big stacks at the end of the day include Arun Malhotra (563,500), Adrian Bertini (549,500) and Fabian Gumz (512,000).

Day 1a Top Ten Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChip count
1Pavlin KanakikovBulgaria593,500
2Arun MalhotraCanada563,500
3Adrian BertiniUnited States549,500
4Micha BittonUnited States544,000
5Yuhan HuoUnited States538,000
6Todd SekliAustralia530,000
7Viktor LaviEgypt516,000
8Fabian GumzGermany512,000
9Shahin EdalatdjuUnited States510,000
10Jorge ConsiglieriUnited States509,000

Adam Hendrix also seemed in control for the entire day today, ending with an impressive 469,000 chips. Other notables to advance to Day 2 include Benjamin Spragg (409,000), Faraz Jaka (185,000), Ryan Riess (135,500), Patrick Leonard (162,000), Greg Raymer (159,000) and Joe McKeehen (85,500).

Patrick Leonard
Patrick Leonard

Notables to bust before the end of the day include Jamie Gold, Tiffany Michelle, Michael Holtz, Steven Bucker and Brad Owen.

Day 1b starts at 10 a.m. local time on Saturday and will once again play 11 60-minute levels with breaks every two hours. The surviving players will return for Day 2 on Sunday at 10 a.m.

Stay tuned to Pokernews for all live updates from this event up until a winner is crowned on Day 4 which will take place on Tuesday, June 20.

Tags: Adam HendrixAdrian BertiniArun MalhotraBenjamin SpraggBrad OwenDavid VedralFabian QuossFaraz JakaGeorge ChenGreg RaymerJamie GoldJoe McKeehenPatrick LeonardPavlin KarakikovRyan RiessSerhii PopovychSteven BuckerThao YangTiffany Michelle

End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 11 : Blinds 1,000/2,500, 2,500 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Pavlin Karakikov bg
Pavlin Karakikov
593,500 -7,500
Day 1A Chip Leader
Arun Malhotra ca
Arun Malhotra
563,500 563,500
Adrian Bertini us
Adrian Bertini
549,500 150,500
Micha Bitton us
Micha Bitton
544,000 544,000
Yuhan Huo us
Yuhan Huo
538,500 538,500
Todd Sekli au
Todd Sekli
530,000 530,000
Viktor Lavi il
Viktor Lavi
516,000 516,000
Fabian Gumz de
Fabian Gumz
512,000 512,000
Shahin Edalatdju us
Shahin Edalatdju
510,000 510,000
Jorge Consiglieri us
Jorge Consiglieri
509,000 79,000
Dean Henry us
Dean Henry
505,000 505,000
Peter Gross us
Peter Gross
494,500 494,500
Serhii Popovych ua
Serhii Popovych
492,500 -172,500
Thao Yang us
Thao Yang
492,500 492,500
Jesse Kertland us
Jesse Kertland
492,000 492,000
Abdullah Al-Shanti us
Abdullah Al-Shanti
488,500 488,500
Jeffrey Kuen Wai Lo hk
Jeffrey Kuen Wai Lo
488,000 488,000
Adam Kharman au
Adam Kharman
473,500 17,500
Adam Hendrix us
Adam Hendrix
469,000 469,000
Yoann Romano fr
Yoann Romano
467,000 467,000
David Vedral at
David Vedral
465,500 465,500
Rafael Rodriguez co
Rafael Rodriguez
465,000 465,000
Pei Li cn
Pei Li
464,000 464,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Serhii Holodiuk ua
Serhii Holodiuk
Anatoly Nikitin ru
Anatoly Nikitin
455,000 -15,000

Leggi tutto

Poker Hall of Famer Jack McClelland Shares Stories About Doyle Brunson & Stu Ungar

Livello 11 : Blinds 1,000/2,500, 2,500 ante
Jack McClelland
Jack McClelland

On a recent The Chad & Jesse Poker Show straight from the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP), the two hosts were joined by a poker legend!

This week, they are joined by Poker Hall of Famer Jack McClelland, who served as the Tournament Director of the WSOP from 1984-98. He was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame in 2014 alongside Daniel Negreanu, and he talks about that honor as well as memories of Stu Ungar and Doyle Brunson, and what it was like to work for the legendary Benny Binion.

See the full video interview here!

Cheng Survives All-In Moment

Livello 11 : Blinds 1,000/2,500, 2,500 ante

Christian Cheng faced a tough decision after the big stack at his table moved all in from an early position.

Cheng had exactly 55,000 and was clearly pained, alternating multiple looks at his cards and his opponent. He grimaced with each passing second and took a little more than a minute before eventually calling. As the other players folded, the cards were tabled, and it was a race.

Christian Cheng: AQ
Opponent: 1010

The dealer fanned KKJ on the flop, leaving Cheng behind. The turn produced Q to give Cheng the lead, but he wasn’t out of danger as any ace or nine would give his opponent a straight. Cheng also had to dodge one of the two remaining 10s, which would give his opponent a full house.

Cheng, though, was paid off for his willingness to go deep in the tank after 8 appeared on the river to give Cheng a much-needed double up. He appeared relieved and sank in his chair, while the dealer pushed the pot his way.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Christian Cheng tw
Christian Cheng
116,000 116,000

Tags: Christian Cheng

Phillips Vanquishes Two Players

Livello 11 : Blinds 1,000/2,500, 2,500 ante

There was a three-way all-in with Jacob Phillips in early position covering the button (54,000) and the big blind (37,500).

Big Blind: 1010
Button: AK
Jacob Phillips: KK

A dream spot for Phillips who dominated both opponents with their pocket kings. The board of Q8556 was clean and Phillips took in a chunky pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Jacob Phillips us
Jacob Phillips

Tags: Jacob Phillips

Heller Takes From Arnett Moreno

Livello 11 : Blinds 1,000/2,500, 2,500 ante

Freddy Heller bet 5,000 from under the gun and was raised by Kristy Arnett Moreno in the hijack to 16,000 which was called by Heller.

Arnett Moreno down-bet to 10,000 on the J86 flop which was called by Heller. Both players checked the J turn.

The river brought the K and Heller led out for 43,000. Arnett Moreno opted to fold and Heller added to their stack.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Kristy Arnett Moreno us
Kristy Arnett Moreno
326,000 -44,000
Freddy Heller us
Freddy Heller

Tags: Freddy HellerKristy Arnett Moreno

Livello: 11

Bui: 1,000/2,500

Ante: 2,500