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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #44: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Giorni 2
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

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

Event #44: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em

Giorno 2 completo

Joao Simao Looking for Another Bracelet Heading to Day 3 of Event #44: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em

Livello 20 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante
Joao Simao
Joao Simao

After another 10 levels of poker, Day 2 has drawn to a close in Event #44: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em at the 2023 World Series of Poker. It was another record-setting field where the players continue to show up and play for record prize pools. A total of 1,735 entries were recorded for this event and the winner will be looking forward to $717,879 along with the WSOP gold bracelet.

When the dust settled at the end of the day, it was Yang Zhang who squeaked his way into the chip lead with a stack of 1,880,000 chips. Zhang was an early candidate for the chip lead on Day 2 but started to slip in the last couple of levels. However, a late-night push in the final hands of the night vaulted the WSOP regular to the top of the leaderboard. Zhang only has one WSOP final table to his name, but that came in a field of over 6,700 entries and earned him over $75,000.

Just a couple of big blinds behind him was Brazilian poker pro Joao Simao with a stack of 1,830,000 chips. Simao was consistently rising up the leaderboard throughout the day and managed to bag up one of the biggest stacks in the room. The two-time bracelet winner will be looking to add some more jewelry to his trophy case along with another six-figure payday.

Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Yang ZhangChina1,880,00094
2Joao SimaoBrazil1,830,00092
3Aleks DimitrovBulgaria1,655,00083
4Eliot HudonCanada1,340,00067
5Kartik VedIndia1,335,00067
6Dimitrios AnastasakisGreece1,270,00064
7John MarinoUnited States1,255,00063
8Frederic NormandCanada1,225,00061
9Andrei StoenescuRomania1,225,00061
10Christian RobertsVenezuela1,205,00060

The day was also highlighted by a trio of French Canadians who each took turns being among the leaders at some point throughout the 10 levels. Eliot Hudon (1,340,000), Frederic Normand (1,225,000), and Santiago Plante (695,000) all advanced to Day 3 with healthy stacks. All three players are close friends in the poker community back in their home province of Quebec.

Two more big names to keep an eye on entering the third day of this event is the reigning WSOP Main Event champion Espen Jorstad along with fan-favorite and six-time bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu. Jorstad will return to a stack of 505,000 chips while Negreanu will be coming back with 375,000 chips. Both will be looking to make a deep run and reach their first final table of the summer.

There were nearly 600 players who returned for Day 2 at 10 a.m. local time and an additional 224 entries joined them through the opening two levels. It was a streamline from the tournament area to the registration desk and back again as the eliminations turned into reentries for the first two hours of the day. Once registration was closed, a total of 1,735 entries were tallied for this event, creating a prizepool of $4,632,450.

The field was littered with notable players at each and every table but many of them were cut down before the money bubble could be reached. The dinner break came with just four players off the money which interrupted the continuous stalling at many of the tables from the short stacks. While tournament staff intervened and tried to speed up play, it still took nearly 30 more minutes after the dinner break to reach the hand-for-hand process.

Once hand-for-hand started, it only took one hand for two players to find themselves at risk. Daniel Navarrete managed to double-up with pocket aces but the other player was not as lucky with a set of kings. Luis Faria turned a flush to burst the bubble and the remaining 261 players each earned a piece of the prizepool.

It became a mad rush to the payout desk as many of the short stacks were eliminated in a timely manner. Some of those that were able to squeak into the money include Punnat Punsri, Joshua Faris, Kane Kalas, Lexy Gavin, and Brian Yoon. Over the next four hours, the field was dwindled down to just 109 players who advanced to Day 3.

Daniel Negreanu still in contention going to Day 3
Daniel Negreanu still in contention going to Day 3

The action will get underway at 11 a.m. on Wednesday with the blinds resuming on level 21 at 10,000/20,000 and a big blind ante of 20,000. Another 10 levels of 60 minutes will be on the schedule unless the tournament reaches five players prior to that mark. Each player has locked up at least $6,939 thus far but the lion's share of the prizepool is yet to be given away.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be back on the tournament floor to bring you all of the highlights and updates en route to reaching the final table.

Tags: Aleks DimitrovAndrei StoenescuBrian YoonChristian RobertsDaniel NavarreteDaniel NegreanuDimitrios AnastasakisEliot HudonEspen JorstadFrederic NormandJoao SimaoJohn MarinoJoshua FarisKane KalasKartik VedLexy GavinLuis FariaPunnat PunsriSantiago PlanteYang Zhang

Day 3 Seat Draw

Livello 20 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6472Gang ZhaoUnited States985,00049
Horseshoe6473Marko GrujicUnited States305,00015
Horseshoe6474Ryan HillerUnited States745,00037
Horseshoe6475Julian ParmannUnited States905,00045
Horseshoe6476Christian RobertsVenezuela1,205,00060
Horseshoe6477Chris MoormanUnited Kingdom695,00035
Horseshoe6478DID NOT REPORT 2United States685,00034
Horseshoe6479Ankush MandaviaUnited States550,00028
Horseshoe6481Yang ZhangChina1,880,00094
Horseshoe6482Shannon ShorrUnited States975,00049
Horseshoe6483Andy FinkelbergUnited States345,00017
Horseshoe6484Stanley LeeUnited States765,00038
Horseshoe6485Justin ChuTaiwan235,00012
Horseshoe6486Osman IhlamurTurkey990,00050
Horseshoe6487Leo FernandezArgentina685,00034
Horseshoe6488Sergei KislinskiiRussia445,00022
Horseshoe6489Dimitrios AnastasakisGreece1,270,00064
Horseshoe6491Wagner RipperBrazil290,00015
Horseshoe6492Daniel NavarreteVenezuela240,00012
Horseshoe6493Darren RabinowitzUnited States310,00016
Horseshoe6494Jason NicksUnited States450,00023
Horseshoe6495Ernest StratmeyerGermany920,00046
Horseshoe6496Nir CohenUnited States655,00033
Horseshoe6497Santiago PlanteCanada695,00035
Horseshoe6498Alex LynskeyAustralia655,00033
Horseshoe6499Daniel BuzgonUnited States425,00021
Horseshoe6501Andrew OstapchenkoUnited States140,0007
Horseshoe6502Luis PinhoPortugal700,00035
Horseshoe6503Wayne HarmonUnited States690,00035
Horseshoe6504Nikita KalininRussia765,00038
Horseshoe6505John MarinoUnited States1,255,00063
Horseshoe6506Jon Van FleetUnited States345,00017
Horseshoe6507Ankit AhujaUnited States315,00016
Horseshoe6508David "ODB" BakerUnited States335,00017
Horseshoe6509Alex ParedesUnited States360,00018
Horseshoe6511Carl ShawUnited Kingdom695,00035
Horseshoe6512Rembert HirschUnited States600,00030
Horseshoe6513Maximiliano GallardoArgentina540,00027
Horseshoe6514Jie SuUnited States775,00039
Horseshoe6515Kianoosh MohajeriUnited States1,015,00051
Horseshoe6516Jeff LennonUnited States560,00028
Horseshoe6518Namyung KimSouth Korea275,00014
Horseshoe6519Lachezar PetkovBulgaria630,00032
Horseshoe6521Josue AguirreMexico200,00010
Horseshoe6522Daniel NegreanuCanada375,00019
Horseshoe6523Harry LodgeUnited Kingdom135,0007
Horseshoe6525Adam LevyUnited States595,00030
Horseshoe6526Herbert YarbroughUnited States505,00025
Horseshoe6527Aliaksandr ShylkoBelarus800,00040
Horseshoe6528Daron GreenblattUnited States350,00018
Horseshoe6529Levente SzaboUnited States615,00031
Horseshoe6531Hamza NasirUnited Kingdom480,00024
Horseshoe6532Raman AfanasenkaRussia1,000,00050
Horseshoe6533Henrik BrockmannGermany945,00047
Horseshoe6535Kartik VedIndia1,335,00067
Horseshoe6536Jareth EastUnited Kingdom385,00019
Horseshoe6537Rickey MccrayUnited States815,00041
Horseshoe6538Aliaksandr HirsBelarus255,00013
Horseshoe6539Raymond FungUnited States410,00021
Horseshoe6561Joaquin MelognoUruguay495,00025
Horseshoe6562Pieter De NeckerUnited States1,030,00052
Horseshoe6563Eric HaberFrance805,00040
Horseshoe6564Jonathan KramerUnited States295,00015
Horseshoe6565Nicolas BetbeseArgentina380,00019
Horseshoe6566Dylan SmithCanada145,0007
Horseshoe6567David BotcowskyUnited States915,00046
Horseshoe6568Jeremy DanUnited States575,00029
Horseshoe6569Brett BrucaleriUnited States265,00013
Horseshoe6571Anthony HuUnited States655,00033
Horseshoe6573Luigi ShehadehItaly320,00016
Horseshoe6574Arsenii KarmatckiiRussia905,00045
Horseshoe6575DID NOT REPORT 1 865,00043
Horseshoe6576Joao Simao PeresBrazil1,830,00092
Horseshoe6577Dante GoyaBrazil340,00017
Horseshoe6578Todd RosenthalUnited States795,00040
Horseshoe6579Jonathan DoklerUnited States375,00019
Horseshoe6581Boshuang GaoUnited States260,00013
Horseshoe6582Randall WolfUnited States825,00041
Horseshoe6583John O'NealUnited States650,00033
Horseshoe6585Ramiro PetroneArgentina735,00037
Horseshoe6586Sean RagozziniAustralia140,0007
Horseshoe6587Anthony SpinellaUnited States325,00016
Horseshoe6588Thomas PerrinFrance1,060,00053
Horseshoe6589Ran IlaniIsrael315,00016
Horseshoe6591Aleks DimitrovBulgaria1,655,00083
Horseshoe6592Joshua Paige RemitioUnited States1,100,00055
Horseshoe6593Augusto HagenArgentina430,00022
Horseshoe6594Espen JorstadNorway505,00025
Horseshoe6595Jeremy EyerUnited States290,00015
Horseshoe6596Fabrizio GonzalezUnited Kingdom370,00019
Horseshoe6597Andrei StoenescuRomania1,225,00061
Horseshoe6599Jans ArendsNetherlands440,00022
Horseshoe6601Eliot HudonCanada1,340,00067
Horseshoe6602Pete ChenTaiwan865,00043
Horseshoe6603Klemens RoiterAustria115,0006
Horseshoe6604Bart LybaertBelgium745,00037
Horseshoe6605DID NOT REPORT 3 660,00033
Horseshoe6606Virgile TurchiFrance225,00011
Horseshoe6607Matt BerkeyUnited States800,00040
Horseshoe6608Yu Jung LoUnited States290,00015
Horseshoe6609Samy BoujmalaFrance660,00033
Horseshoe6611Aram OganyanUnited States610,00031
Horseshoe6612Renan AzizBrazil395,00020
Horseshoe6613Frederic NormandCanada1,225,00061
Horseshoe6614Paulino DiasUnited States425,00021
Horseshoe6616Boris KolevBulgaria745,00037
Horseshoe6617Chih FanUnited States145,0007
Horseshoe6618David MiscikowskiUnited States1,005,00050
Horseshoe6619Byron WeisfeldUnited States270,00014

End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 20 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Yang Zhang cn
Yang Zhang
1,880,000 300,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Joao Simao br
Joao Simao
1,830,000 1,190,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Aleks Dimitrov bg
Aleks Dimitrov
1,655,000 1,470,000
Eliot Hudon ca
Eliot Hudon
1,340,000 -110,000
Kartik Ved in
Kartik Ved
1,335,000 1,118,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Dimitrios Anastasakis gr
Dimitrios Anastasakis
1,270,000 1,051,500
John Marino us
John Marino
1,255,000 415,000
Frederic Normand ca
Frederic Normand
1,225,000 -395,000
Andrei Stoenescu ro
Andrei Stoenescu
1,225,000 1,002,000
Christian Roberts ve
Christian Roberts
1,205,000 190,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Joshua Remitio
Joshua Remitio
1,100,000 40,000
Thomas Perrin fr
Thomas Perrin
1,060,000 939,000
Pieter De Necker us
Pieter De Necker
1,030,000 820,500
Kianoosh Mohajeri ir
Kianoosh Mohajeri
1,015,000 830,000
David Miscikowski us
David Miscikowski
1,005,000 -305,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Raman Afanasenka by
Raman Afanasenka
1,000,000 824,000
Osman Ihlamur tr
Osman Ihlamur
990,000 990,000
Gang Zhao us
Gang Zhao
985,000 919,000
Shannon Shorr us
Shannon Shorr
975,000 -5,000
Henrik Brockmann de
Henrik Brockmann
945,000 777,000
Ernest Stratmeyer de
Ernest Stratmeyer
920,000 869,500
David Botcowsky us
David Botcowsky
915,000 -15,000
Julian Parmann us
Julian Parmann
905,000 58,000
Arsenii Karmatckii ru
Arsenii Karmatckii
905,000 905,000
Pete Chen tw
Pete Chen
865,000 85,000

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Gallardo Wins it With the Action Card

Livello 20 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

Middle position bet for 35,000 with Maximiliano Gallardo having called from the button.

The flop came KJ6 as both players were quick to check.

With the 9 on the turn, the early player led out for 65,000 as Gallardo made the call.

The river was the Q and the early player checked to Gallardo. He bet 150,000 as his opponent folded to scoop the pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Maximiliano Gallardo ar
Maximiliano Gallardo
545,000 -230,000

Tags: Maximiliano Gallardo

Last Three Hands

Livello 20 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

The tournament clock has been paused and the tournament director has announced that they need to play three more hands before the remaining players can bag and tag their chips for Day 2.

Petkov Gets a Fold from Lee

Livello 20 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

Stanley Lee raised to 35,000 and got call from Lachezar Petkov in the cutoff.

The dealer showed a flop K75 and Lee continued for 33,000, which was called by Petkov. The K paired the board on the turn and this time Lee checked. Petkov opted to bet 65,000 and Lee quickly folded.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Stanley Lee us
Stanley Lee
710,000 442,000
Lachezar Petkov bg
Lachezar Petkov
565,000 238,000

Tags: Lachezar PetkovStanley Lee

Grujic's Kings Beat Finkelberg's Jacks

Livello 20 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

Andy Finkelberg min-raised from under the gun, but got re-raised all in by Marko Grujic in the cutoff for 485,000 chips. Finkelberg clearly had a decision, as he took two or three minutes to think. And at the end of his reflection, he called.

Marko Grujic: KK
Andy Finkelberg: JJ

Finkelberg tried to bust out Grujic, but he didn't achieve his goal as Grujic's kings stayed ahead on 21043A.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Marko Grujic rs
Marko Grujic
Andy Finkelberg ar
Andy Finkelberg

Tags: Andy Finkelberg

Roberts Takes Down Laplante

Livello 20 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

Christian Roberts and Ryan Laplante were in a three-bet pot with around 150,000 in the middle. The flop came 1085 and Roberts check-called a bet of 65,000 from Laplante.

The turn was the 3 and Roberts checked again. Laplante slid out a bet of 120,000, leaving himself with just 50,000 behind. Roberts announced all in and Laplante waited for the pay jump before calling it off.

Roberts flipped over A10 for top pair and Laplante was left drawing slim with AK. The river was the 2 and Laplante was eliminated, passing his chips over to Roberts.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Christian Roberts ve
Christian Roberts
1,015,000 345,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Ryan Laplante us
Ryan Laplante
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Ryan LaplanteChristian Roberts

Big Double Up for Remitio Through Miscikowski

Livello 20 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante
David Miscikowski
David Miscikowski

On a three-way pot, the flop showed 2AQ when Shannon Shorr checked and David Miscikowski bet 26,000 in the hijack. Joshua Remitio, next to him, made the call and Shorr let it go.

Things heated on the 7 turn. After a check from Miscikowski, Remitio threw in a bet of 65,000 and after a minute, Miscikowski announced all in, covering Remit's stack worth 422,000. The latter snap-called:

Joshua Remitio: 22
David Miscikowski: 52

Remitio had hit trips while Miscikowski was looking for the flush, but he didn't find anything on the 3 river and conceded the double-up to Remitio.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
David Miscikowski us
David Miscikowski
1,310,000 380,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Joshua Remitio
Joshua Remitio
1,060,000 605,000
Shannon Shorr us
Shannon Shorr
980,000 225,000

Tags: David MiscikowskiJoshua RemitioShannon Shorr