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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #48: $1,000 Seniors Championship
Giorni 3
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
500,000 / 1,000,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 3
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #48: $1,000 Seniors Championship

Giorno 3 completo

Blast From the Past: Baxter Seeking Bracelet Number Eight

Livello 31 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante
Billy Baxter
Billy Baxter

There was no doubt about the big story on Day 3 of Event #48: $1,000 Seniors Championship at the 2023 World Series of Poker.

Seven-time bracelet winner and Hall of Famer Billy Baxter quietly worked his way through the field and is firmly in contention with 29 players remaining in the tournament. Baxter will be keenly eyeing the $765,731 for first place, although he and all the other remaining players have $24,390 locked up already at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas.

Gordon Eng currently leads the pack, with 15,975,000 in chips, closely followed by Lonnie Hallett (15,300,000) with David Stearns (10,575,000) rounding out the top three. Former Seniors champion Dan Heimiller (3,625,000) is also still in the hunt.

Leonard Clementi began the day as the chip leader with 217 players remaining. He fought gamely but did not quite manage to see the day out, ultimately falling in 58th place when Baxter hit a two-outer to end his tournament.

Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Gordon EngUnited States15,975,00064
2Lonnie HallettCanada15,300,00061
3David StearnsUnited States10,575,00042
4Amin MostafaviUnited States10,525,00042
5Jamie BakerCanada9,700,00039
6Ron FetschUnited States8,700,00035
7Billy BaxterUnited States6,400,00026
8Rudolf FourieSouth Africa6,000,00024
9Loren CloningerUnited States6,000,00024
10David ThompsonUnited States5,675,00023

Baxter is by far the biggest name left in the event, with many notable players dropping out as the day progressed. Among those who didn’t make it through were Victor Ramdin, JJ Liu, Men Nguyen, and Waheed Ashraf.

The 29 players who bagged up at the day’s end will return for Day 4 on Sunday, June 25 at 12 p.m. local time (not 10 a.m. as previously advertised). They return to Level 32, meaning blinds are 125,000/250,000 with a 250,000 big blind ante.

Action will be streamed on PokerGO once the tournament reaches its final three tables. Levels will be 60 minutes in length, with a 15-minute break at the end of every two levels.

Stay locked into PokerNews for all the updates throughout the day.

Tags: Amin MostafaviBig BlindsBilly BaxterDan HeimillerDavid StearnsGordon EngJamie BakerJJ LiuLeonard ClementiLonnie HallettLoren CloningerMen NguyenRon FetschRudolf FourieSunday JuneVictor RamdinWaheed Ashraf

Day 4 Seat Draw

Livello 31 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe11Shannon FaheyUnited States3,925,00016
Horseshoe12Jerry GarverUnited States4,575,00018
Horseshoe13Thong TranUnited States4,150,00017
Horseshoe15Jiaqi XuUnited States4,703,00019
Horseshoe16Brian Keith EtheridgeUnited States4,775,00019
Horseshoe17Thomas HowesUnited States4,875,00020
Horseshoe18Gordon EngUnited States15,975,00064
Horseshoe19Albert RiccobonoUnited States3,625,00015
Horseshoe22David MichaudUnited States3,625,00015
Horseshoe23Amin MostafaviUnited States10,525,00042
Horseshoe24David StearnsUnited States10,575,00042
Horseshoe25Lonnie HallettCanada15,300,00061
Horseshoe27Brett ReichardUnited States5,000,00020
Horseshoe28Ronald NealUnited States2,075,0008
Horseshoe29David ThompsonUnited States5,675,00023
Horseshoe31Michael KucinskiUnited States2,525,00010
Horseshoe32Rodney HurlbutUnited States4,100,00016
Horseshoe33Kevin KellyUnited States1,725,0007
Horseshoe34Ross TesserUnited States1,475,0006
Horseshoe35Loren CloningerUnited States6,000,00024
Horseshoe38Rudolf FourieSouth Africa6,000,00024
Horseshoe39Eric RitterUnited States4,700,07519
Horseshoe41Jamie BakerCanada9,700,00039
Horseshoe42Dan HeimillerUnited States3,625,00015
Horseshoe43David AllisonUnited States3,225,00013
Horseshoe44Bryant MorrisonUnited States3,125,00013
Horseshoe45Billy BaxterUnited States6,400,00026
Horseshoe46Ron FetschUnited States8,700,00035
Horseshoe49Patrick ViretFrance3,525,00014

End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 31 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Gordon Eng us
Gordon Eng
15,975,000 1,475,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
Lonnie Hallett ca
Lonnie Hallett
15,300,000 1,900,000
WSOP 1X Winner
David Stearns us
David Stearns
10,575,000 475,000
Amin Mostafavi us
Amin Mostafavi
10,525,000 2,925,000
Jamie Baker ca
Jamie Baker
9,700,000 3,600,000
Ron Fetsch us
Ron Fetsch
8,700,000 4,300,000
Billy Baxter us
Billy Baxter
6,400,000 1,100,000
WSOP 7X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Loren Cloninger us
Loren Cloninger
6,000,000 -30,000
Rudolf Fourie
Rudolf Fourie
6,000,000 -750,000
David Thompson us
David Thompson
5,675,000 2,275,000
Brett Reichard us
Brett Reichard
5,000,000 -1,350,000
Thomas Howes us
Thomas Howes
4,875,000 -625,000
Brian Keith Etheridge us
Brian Keith Etheridge
4,775,000 -1,625,000
Jiaqi Xu us
Jiaqi Xu
4,703,000 1,603,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Eric Ritter us
Eric Ritter
4,700,075 1,700,075
Jerry Garver us
Jerry Garver
4,575,000 -625,000
Thong Tran us
Thong Tran
4,150,000 650,000
Rodney Hurlbut us
Rodney Hurlbut
4,100,000 1,450,000
Shannon Fahey us
Shannon Fahey
3,925,000 325,000
David Michaud us
David Michaud
3,625,000 2,325,000
Dan Heimiller us
Dan Heimiller
3,625,000 -2,375,000
Day 4 Chip Leader
WSOP 2X Winner
Albert Riccobono us
Albert Riccobono
3,625,000 325,000
Patrick Viret fr
Patrick Viret
3,525,000 -1,825,000
David Allison us
David Allison
3,225,000 -3,575,000
Bryant Morrison us
Bryant Morrison
3,125,000 725,000

Leggi tutto

Bag and Tag

Livello 31 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante

The 29 remaining players are bagging for the evening and will return tomorrow at noon local time and will be under the TV lights of the main stage.

A full recap of Day 3 action will be available shortly.

Four More Hands

Livello 31 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante

The floor has just announced four more hands will be played to conclude Day 3. The pink 5,000 chips will be raced off and the players will bag and tag for the night upon completion.

Riccobono Finds an Important Double

Livello 31 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante

Jamie Baker opened from early position to 400,000, finding Albert Riccobono in the small blind who moved all in for his last 1,400,000. Baker called.

Albert Riccobono: AK
Jamie Baker: KQ

Riccobono dominating hand stayed that way to the river as the board ran out 79246. Riccobono secured a much-needed double-up as Day 4 looms.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Jamie Baker ca
Jamie Baker
6,100,000 -300,000
Albert Riccobono us
Albert Riccobono
3,300,000 1,700,000

Tags: Albert RiccobonoJamie Baker

Stearns Sends Clarke to the Rail

Livello 31 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante

Action was joined on a 567 flop and the blinds checked to James Clarke in early position. Clarke only took a moment before going all in for 4,930,000. The next player to act was David Stearns who called. The blinds folded and the cards hit their backs.

James Clarke: A8
David Stearns: KK

Clarke was drawing to an ace, nine, or four. The turn brought a 2 and the river a Q. Clarke's run would come to an end with just 45 minutes left in Day 3.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
David Stearns us
David Stearns
10,100,000 4,000,000
James Clarke gb
James Clarke

Tags: David StearnsJames Clarke

Clarke Gets There Against Freeman

Livello 31 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante

James Clarke raised from early position to 450,000. William Freeman three-bet jammed for his last 1,000,000 from the button and Clarke called.

James Clarke: A7
William Freeman: KK

The board ran out QJQA2. An ace on the turn was devastating news for Freeman's kings, sending him to the rail.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
James Clarke gb
James Clarke
6,700,000 -1,100,000
William Freeman us
William Freeman

Tags: James ClarkeWilliam Freeman

Polanski Runs Into Bullets

Livello 31 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante

Brett Reichard raised from the cutoff to 375,000, Patrick Viret on the button called and James Polanski in the big blind called off for his last 335,000.

With Polanski at risk, there was still action on the side. The flop came Q82 and Reichard continued for 600,000. In response, Viret raised to 1,400,000 and Reichard came back with an all in for 3,530,000. Viret folded and the hand went to a showdown.

Brett Reichard: AA
James Polanski: 98

The turn and river came the 4 and Q respectively and Polanski was eliminated.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Brett Reichard us
Brett Reichard
6,350,000 2,050,000
Patrick Viret fr
Patrick Viret
5,350,000 -1,950,000
James Polanski us
James Polanski

Tags: Brett ReichardJames PolanskiPatrick Viret