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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #52: $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw
Giorni 2
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

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Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 2
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Livello: 21

Blinds: 15,000-25,000
Limits: 25,000-50,000

Event #52: $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw

Giorno 2 completo

Nick Pupillo Leads Last Nineteen Heading into Final Day of Event #52: $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw

Livello 20
Nick Pupillo
Nick Pupillo

After ten more 60-minute levels of play on Day 2 of Event #52: $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw at the 2023 World Series of Poker at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, just 19 players remain from a start-of-day field of 145.

Leading the survivors is Nick Pupillo with a large stack of 1,505,000 after he was able to add a significant chunk to his count late in the day by making a wheel against Cary Katz's number two in 2-7 triple draw. His nearest competitor, Tomomitsu Ono, was able to amass 1,235,000 while Joao Vieira rounds out the top three on 1,040,000.

When play started with 145 of the original 353 runners, the first hurdle the remaining players needed to clear was the money bubble. It did take quite some time for that stage of the tournament to be reached but eventually Yuebin Gao was the individual unfortunate enough to hit the rail in 54th place, guaranteeing the remaining 53 players a payday of at least $4,069.

From that point on, play continued at a fairly regular pace with the average stack sitting at a little under 20 big bets.

Day 3 Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Nick PupilloUnited States1,505,000
2Tomomitsu OnoJapan1,235,000
3Joao VieiraPortugal1,040,000
4Brant HaleUnited States1,000,000
5Oscar JohanssonSweden910,000
6Robert WellsUnited Kingdom850,000
7Hye ParkUnited States810,000
8Anatolii ZyrinRussia800,000
9Ryan MoriartyUnited States640,000
10Divakaran MarellaUnited States530,000

Several notables were able to navigate their way through the day's play, including five time bracelet winner John Monnette (410,000) and Poker Central founder Katz (135,000).

Other high profile players to enter Day 2 but progress no further include poker commentator Maria Ho, WSOP POY contender Michael Rodrigues and the chip leader coming into the day, Marco Johnson.

All of the remaining players have locked up at least $6,948 but their main focus will now be on the $181,978 first place prize and the WSOP gold bracelet that accompanies it. Day 3 resumes on Saturday, June 24th, at 1 p.m. local time, at which point the field will be whittled down to a winner.

Be sure to stay tuned to PokerNews as its live reporting team continues to provide coverage through to the conclusion of this event.

Tags: Anatolii ZyrinHye ParkJoao VieiraJohn MonnetteMarco JohnsonMaria HoMichael RodriguesNick PupilloOscar JohanssonParis Las VegasRobert WellsRyan MoriartyTomomitsu OnoYuebin Gao

Day 3 Seat Draw

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Horseshoe12Matt VengrinUnited States400,000
Horseshoe13Divakaran MarellaUnited States530,000
Horseshoe14Andrew BrownUnited States510,000
Horseshoe15Gennady ShimelfarbUnited States420,000
Horseshoe16Nicholas MarsicoUnited States155,000
Horseshoe22Aaron MermelsteinUnited States225,000
Horseshoe23Robert MizrachiUnited States505,000
Horseshoe24Hye ParkUnited States810,000
Horseshoe25Ryan MoriartyUnited States640,000
Horseshoe26Brant HaleUnited States1,000,000
Horseshoe31Joao VieiraPortugal1,004,000
Horseshoe32Cary KatzUnited States135,000
Horseshoe33Raymond HensonUnited States405,000
Horseshoe35Tomomitsu OnoJapan1,235,000
Horseshoe41Oscar JohanssonSweden910,000
Horseshoe42Nick PupilloUnited States1,505,000
Horseshoe43Anatolii ZyrinRussia800,000
Horseshoe45John MonnetteUnited States410,000
Horseshoe46Robert WellsUnited Kingdom850,000

End of Day Counts

Livello 20
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Nick Pupillo us
Nick Pupillo
1,505,000 455,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Tomomitsu Ono jp
Tomomitsu Ono
1,235,000 745,000
Joao Vieira pt
Joao Vieira
1,040,000 490,000
Winamax Team Pro
WSOP 3X Winner
Brant Hale us
Brant Hale
1,000,000 150,000
Oscar Johansson se
Oscar Johansson
910,000 210,000
Robert Wells gb
Robert Wells
850,000 -350,000
Hye Park us
Hye Park
810,000 145,000
Anatolii Zyrin ru
Anatolii Zyrin
800,000 100,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Ryan Moriarty us
Ryan Moriarty
640,000 490,000
Divakaran Marella us
Divakaran Marella
530,000 -235,000
Andrew Brown us
Andrew Brown
510,000 -220,000
Robert Mizrachi us
Robert Mizrachi
500,000 370,000
WSOP 4X Winner
Gennady Shimelfarb us
Gennady Shimelfarb
420,000 220,000
John Monnette us
John Monnette
410,000 -240,000
WSOP 5X Winner
Ray Henson us
Ray Henson
405,000 55,000
Matt Vengrin us
Matt Vengrin
400,000 -25,000
Aaron Mermelstein us
Aaron Mermelstein
225,000 -290,000
Nicholas Marsico us
Nicholas Marsico
155,000 -85,000
Cary Katz us
Cary Katz
135,000 -265,000

Johansson Knocks Out Kerber

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2-7 Triple Draw

Action was picked up with Kelvin Kerber all in for his last 20,000 and Oscar Johansson had called to put him at risk.

On the first draw, Kerber drew three and Johansson drew two.

On the second draw, Kerber and Johansson both drew one.

The third draw saw Kerber stand pat and Johansson drew one.

Kelvin Kerber: 97543
Oscar Johansson: 8743

Johansson picked up the last card he was drawing which turned out to bet a 2 which gave Johansson an eight-seven to beat Kerber's nine-seven and Kerber tapped the table as he left the tournament.

At another table, Joseph Wagganer was eliminated.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Oscar Johansson se
Oscar Johansson
700,000 75,000
Kelvin Kerber br
Kelvin Kerber
Joseph Wagganer us
Joseph Wagganer

Tags: Kelvin KerberJoseph WagganerOscar Johansson

Zyrin Draws Well

Livello 20

2-7 Triple Draw

Divakaran Marella opened from under the gun and was called by Anatolii Zyrin in the big blind.

Zyrin took three on the first draw while Marella stood pat, betting after Zyrin checked to him and getting called.

The second draw saw Zyrin take two before checking to Marella, who had again stood pat. Marella fired off another bet and that was once again called.

On the final draw Zyrin took one more card and Marella declined to draw. Zyrin then led out and Marella, with a frustrated expression, made the call before mucking after Zyring showed down 7x6x4x3x2x.

Elsewhere, Robert Campbell was sent to the payout desk.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Divakaran Marella us
Divakaran Marella
765,000 -485,000
Anatolii Zyrin ru
Anatolii Zyrin
700,000 590,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Robert Campbell au
Robert Campbell
WSOP 2X Winner

Tags: Anatolii ZyrinDivakaran MarellaRobert Campbell

Wells Wins With A Nine

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2-7 Triple Draw

Cary Katz raised in the hijack which saw Nick Pupillo call in the cutoff and Robert Wells raised from the button which saw Gennady Shimelfarb call from the big blind and Katz and Pupillo called behind him.

On the first draw, everyone drew two except for Wells who drew one. All players checked.

The second draw saw all players draw one except for Pupillo who drew two and action checked around to Wells who bet, seeing Shimelfarb and Pupillo call.

Wells stood pat while the other players both drew one and action checked around for Wells to show a 98763 for a nine, which was good for the pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Robert Wells gb
Robert Wells
1,200,000 -100,000
Nick Pupillo us
Nick Pupillo
1,050,000 -90,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Cary Katz us
Cary Katz
400,000 85,000
Gennady Shimelfarb us
Gennady Shimelfarb
200,000 45,000

Tags: Cary KatzGennady ShimelfarbNick PupilloRobert Wells

Livello: 20

Blinds: 10,000/20,000
Limits: 20,000/40,000