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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #39: $1,500 Monster Stack
Giorni 3
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
2,500,000 / 5,000,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 3
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #39: $1,500 Monster Stack

Giorno 3 completo

Xuming Qi Surges to Chip Lead on Day 3 of Event #39: $1,500 Monster Stack

Livello 31 : Blinds 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante
Xuming Qi
Xuming Qi

Day 3 of Event #39: $1,500 Monster Stack at the 2023 World Series of Poker is in the books, and it’s Xuming Qi leading the pack after bagging an impressive 24,300,000.

Qi, who started Day 3 as a short stack with 725,000, emerged as the day wore on, continued to amass chips, and became one of three players to total 20,000,000 or more. The other two are Marcos Exterkotter (23,575,000), and Steven Snyder (21,275,000).

Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Xuming QiChina24,300,00097
2Marcos ExterkotterBrazil23,575,00094
3Steven SnyderUnited States21,275,00085
4Yuanjun LuChina19,525,00078
5Jonathan McCannUnited Kingdom18,600,00074
6Matthew VolosevichUnited States16,350,00065
7Joshua AdcockUnited States16,125,00065
8Nate SilverUnited States13,275,00053
9Ian SchechterUnited States13,175,00053
10David VedralAustria12,000,00048

The day began with 389 remaining players out of 8,317 entrants and just 43 will advance to Day 4.

The Day 3 field was full of star power, including a Poker Hall of Famer in Barry Greenstein and multiple WSOP bracelet winners, such as Jesse Rockowitz, Joe Cada, Jared Jaffee, Gershon Distenfeld, Arash Ghaneian, David Jackson and Niall Farrell, among others.

Of the group, only Cada (8,950,000), Ghanenian (6,575,000), and Rockowitz (2,250,000) remain to keep dreams alive for another coveted bracelet.

The path, however, won’t be easy because any player can take down the tournament, evidenced by Qi’s emergence from a short stack to start the day to chip leader heading into Day 4.

Qi and the remaining participants are scheduled to return at noon local time on Tuesday for Day 4 at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, with Level 32 blinds of 150,000/250,000 and a 250,000 ante.

Players will have a 15-minute break every two levels and will play down to a winner who will received the coveted WSOP bracelet and a $1,162,681 first-place prize.

Follow along as PokerNews continues to provide live updates throughout Day 4.

Tags: Arash GhaneianBarry GreensteinDavid JacksonGershon DistenfeldJared JaffeeJesse RockowitzJoe CadaMarcos ExterkotterNiall FarrellSteven SnyderXuming Qi

Seat Draw for the Final Day

Livello 31 : Blinds 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6511Nate SilverUnited States13,275,00053
Horseshoe6512George ChenUnited States1,500,0006
Horseshoe6513Sabir RasulovUnited States5,850,00023
Horseshoe6514Brett MurrayUnited States1,500,0006
Horseshoe6515Narayan PatelUnited States4,125,00017
Horseshoe6516Yoon KimUnited States9,755,00039
Horseshoe6518Patrick ClarkeIreland11,000,00044
Horseshoe6519Yuanjun LuChina19,535,00078
Horseshoe6521Rayane BOUIBEBFrance4,950,00020
Horseshoe6522Colin RobinsonUnited States11,300,00045
Horseshoe6524Jimmy SetnaCanada10,975,00044
Horseshoe6525Xuming QiChina24,300,00097
Horseshoe6526Yegor MorozUnited States6,000,00024
Horseshoe6527Tyler HancockUnited States10,250,00041
Horseshoe6528Loic DobrignaFrance8,025,00032
Horseshoe6529Hagai DayaniSouth Africa3,625,00015
Horseshoe6531Ryan AppleUnited States3,775,00015
Horseshoe6532Brandon SheilsUnited Kingdom9,750,00039
Horseshoe6533Matthew VolosevichUnited States16,350,00065
Horseshoe6534Steven SnyderUnited States21,275,00085
Horseshoe6535Jay LuUnited States3,725,00015
Horseshoe6536Kirk BanksUnited States10,600,00042
Horseshoe6537Yulian BogdanovBulgaria8,525,00034
Horseshoe6538Jonathan McCannUnited Kingdom18,600,00074
Horseshoe6539Nicholas GerrityUnited States9,625,00039
Horseshoe6601Jesse RockowitzUnited States2,250,0009
Horseshoe6602Ian SchechterUnited States13,175,00053
Horseshoe6603Thiago FrancoBrazil8,000,00032
Horseshoe6604Joe CadaUnited States8,950,00036
Horseshoe6605Jaered BesseCanada7,250,00029
Horseshoe6606Joao Dorneles NetoBrazil3,250,00013
Horseshoe6607Joshua AdcockUnited States16,125,00065
Horseshoe6608Marcos ExterkotterBrazil23,575,00094
Horseshoe6609Julien LoireFrance13,3500
Horseshoe6611David VedralAustria12,000,00048
Horseshoe6612Ashley FrankUnited States2,825,00011
Horseshoe6613Braxton DunawayUnited States9,975,00040
Horseshoe6614Arash GhaneianUnited States6,575,00026
Horseshoe6615Daniel ChuprunUnited States8,575,00034
Horseshoe6616Svetlozar NestorovUnited States5,950,00024
Horseshoe6617Julien VeyssiereFrance3,300,00013
Horseshoe6618Timothy MaioranoUnited States4,875,00020
Horseshoe6619Sen MuUnited States4,325,00017

All End of Day Counts (completo)

Livello 31 : Blinds 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Xuming Qi cn
Xuming Qi
24,300,000 7,100,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
Marcos Exterkotter br
Marcos Exterkotter
23,575,000 7,875,000
Steven Snyder us
Steven Snyder
21,275,000 19,275,000
Yuanjun Lu cn
Yuanjun Lu
19,535,000 5,935,000
Jonathan McCann gb
Jonathan McCann
18,600,000 -875,000
Matthew Volosevich gb
Matthew Volosevich
16,350,000 16,350,000
Joshua Adcock us
Joshua Adcock
16,125,000 2,625,000
Julien Loire fr
Julien Loire
13,350,000 8,450,000
Nate Silver us
Nate Silver
13,275,000 6,575,000
Ian Schechter us
Ian Schechter
13,175,000 -2,325,000
David Vedral at
David Vedral
12,000,000 -500,000
Colin Robinson us
Colin Robinson
11,300,000 7,900,000
Patrick Clarke ie
Patrick Clarke
11,000,000 2,200,000
Jimmy Setna ca
Jimmy Setna
Kirk Banks us
Kirk Banks
10,600,000 3,600,000
Tyler Hancock us
Tyler Hancock
10,250,000 750,000
Braxton Dunaway us
Braxton Dunaway
9,975,000 2,875,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Yoon Kim us
Yoon Kim
9,755,000 2,555,000
Brandon Sheils gb
Brandon Sheils
9,750,000 1,350,000
Nicholas Gerrity us
Nicholas Gerrity
9,625,000 -475,000
Day 4 Chip Leader
Joe Cada us
Joe Cada
8,950,000 -550,000
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 4X Winner
Daniel Chuprun us
Daniel Chuprun
8,575,000 175,000
Yulian Bogdanov bg
Yulian Bogdanov
8,525,000 8,525,000
Loic Dobrigna fr
Loic Dobrigna
8,025,000 8,025,000
Thiago Franco br
Thiago Franco
8,000,000 -3,500,000

Leggi tutto

End of Day 3; Players Bag

Livello 31 : Blinds 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante

Day 3 of the Monster Stack has come to an end and the remaining 43 players have bagged up to return tomorrow at noon. Stay tuned for a full recap of the day's events here on PokerNews!

Kabrhel Denies Cheating Allegations, Threatens to Sue Robl

Livello 31 : Blinds 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante
martin kabrhel 2023 wsop
martin kabrhel 2023 wsop

Many within the high roller community have taken a stance against the often erratic and controversial Martin Kabrhel, some accusing the Czech poker player of marking cards during the recently completed $250,000 buy-in World Series of Poker (WSOP) Super High Roller.

In response, via a series of tweets, Kabrhel, who finished third, denied cheating and threatened legal action against Andrew Robl, the player who first brought forth the allegations.

Read the Full Story Here

Tags: Andrew RoblMartin Kabrhel

Krueger Clashes with Vedral

Livello 31 : Blinds 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante

Klas Krueger moved all in preflop for around 2,500,000 and was called by David Vedral to put him at risk of elimination.

Klas Krueger: QJ
David Vedral: AA

Krueger would need a lot of help to catch up to Vedral's rockets, but the runout of 435109 did him no favors and he was eliminated.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
David Vedral at
David Vedral
12,500,000 5,400,000
Klas Krueger de
Klas Krueger

Tags: David VedralKlas Krueger

Hancock Takes Out Two

Livello 31 : Blinds 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante

Tyler Hancock raised to 600,000 from early position. Stephane Genet went all in from the button for 1,400,000.

Benjamin Leilous in the small blind was stalling for time due to a pay jump looming. After four minutes the clock was called. With two seconds left on the clock, he moved all in for 2,000,000. Hancock made the call and covered both of his opponents.

Stephane Genet: 88
Benjamin Leilous: A10
Tyler Hancock: QQ

Hancock dominated their opponents and neither could connect enough with the J73410 board. Leilous tanking worked however as he got paid $25,021 compared to Genet's $20,730.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Tyler Hancock us
Tyler Hancock
Stephane Genet fr
Stephane Genet
Benjamin Leilous us
Benjamin Leilous

Tags: Benjamin LeilousStephane GenetTyler Hancock

Clarke Ousts Matranca

Livello 31 : Blinds 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante

Martin Matranca moved all in preflop and Patrick Clarke made the call to put him at risk.

Martin Matranca: JJ
Patrick Clarke: KQ

Matranca was in the lead going into this flip but the flop of 58K quickly turned the tide in Clarke's favor as he paired his king. The Q on the turn further strengthened him to two-pair, and the 6 on the river sealed Matranca's fate and he was eliminated from the tournament.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Patrick Clarke ie
Patrick Clarke
8,800,000 1,300,000
Martin Matranca us
Martin Matranca

Tags: Martin MatrancaPatrick Clarke

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Livello 31 : Blinds 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante
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