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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #64: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship
Giorni 2
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

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

Event #64: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship

Giorno 2 completo

Lautenbacher Bags Top Stack After Day 2 In $600 NLH Deepstack Championship

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/80,000, 80,000 ante
Cade Lautenbacher
Cade Lautenbacher

After two full days of play in Event #64: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship at the 2023 World Series of Poker at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, only 44 hopefuls remain in the hunt for WSOP gold.

A total of 4,303 players joined the action to create a prize pool of $2,194,530, with the eventual winner taking home $270,972 and a coveted gold bracelet.

When the dust settled on Day 2, it was Cade Lautenbacher who bagged the biggest stack with 7,205,000. Close on his heels are Jonathan Fhima (6,665,000) and Julian Pineda (5,860,000), who round out the top three.

Lautenbacher is an Atlanta native with only $15,559 in live tournament earnings, according to The Hendon Mob. Although Lautenbacher is fairly new to the live scene, he has already taken down a WSOP bracelet in the 2022 $1,000 No Limit Hold'em - Online Bracelet Championship on for $28,829 and will have his sights set on another title here.

Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Cade LautenbacherUnited States7,205,00072
2Jonathan FhimaFrance6,665,00067
3Julian PinedaColumbia5,860,00059
4Joe EbanksUnited States5,355,00054
5Will ThysellUnited States5,100,00051
6Ahmed KarrimSouth Africa5,075,00051
7Romain KowalczykFrance4,550,00046
8Mauro GomezChile4,425,00044
9Dominic CabuhatUnited States4,425,00044
10Nicholas LeeCanada4,195,00042

Day 2 Action

A total of 543 returned to the Orange section of Horseshoe to battle it out on the green felts. Many notables came back today with hopes of a deep run, but some who weren’t fortunate enough to find a bag included Kristen Deardorff (427th - $1,200), Conrad Simpson (398th - $1,200), Martin Zamani (336th - $1,299), Matt Affleck (293rd - $1,418, and Daniel Sepiol (112th - $2,217), who managed to catch fire early on but couldn’t keep that momentum going to finish in 112th place.

Those who managed to find a bag included bracelet winners Joe Ebanks (5,355,000), Howard Mash (3,940,000), and Erik Cajelais (2,660,000). Also still in the running is Day 1 chip leader Steven Stolzenfeld (2,635,000), David Guay (2,100,000) and Sacha Cohen (2,035,000) to name a few.

The remaining 44 will return to the Gold section of Horseshoe tomorrow, June 30th at 10 a.m. Vegas time. The plan is to play down to five players and return on July 1st to crown a winner. The blinds will resume at Level 28 with 50,000/100,000 and a 100,000 big blind ante. There will be a 15-minute break every two levels and a dinner break after Level 33 at around 4:30 p.m.

Be sure to keep it with PokerNews as we come closer to crowning a new champion in Event #64: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship at the 2023 WSOP.

Tags: Ahmed KarrimCade LautenbacherConrad SimpsonDaniel SepiolDavid GuayDominic CabuhatErik CajelaisHoward MashJoe EbanksJonathan FhimaJulian PinedaKristen DeardorffMartin ZamaniMatt AffleckMauro GomezNicholas LeeRomain KowalczykSacha CohenWill Thysell

Seat Draw for Day 3

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/80,000, 80,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6681Bryce HutchingsUnited States2,545,00025
Horseshoe6682Peter HengsakulUnited States1,090,00011
Horseshoe6684Richard Rossi, Jr.United States1,740,00017
Horseshoe6685Joseph HebertUnited States730,0007
Horseshoe6686John TaylorUnited States3,530,00035
Horseshoe6687Joseph SergioUnited States1,640,00016
Horseshoe6688Drake BowersUnited States485,0005
Horseshoe6689Gaetan BalleurFrance2,260,00023
Horseshoe6691Will ThysellUnited States5,100,00051
Horseshoe6692Simon WileniusDenmark3,510,00035
Horseshoe6693Steven StolzenfeldUnited States2,635,00026
Horseshoe6694Neel JoshiIndia293,5003
Horseshoe6695Robert AshelmGermany1,825,00018
Horseshoe6696Erik CajelaisCanada2,660,00027
Horseshoe6697Terry FelixUnited States2,115,00021
Horseshoe6698Juan PerezsolariItaly1,490,00015
Horseshoe6699Nicholas LeeCanadaCanada4,195,00042
Horseshoe6701Albert GilUnited States1,760,00018
Horseshoe6702Paul HindmarchUnited Kingdom3,770,00038
Horseshoe6703Favio GandelmanUnited States1,970,00020
Horseshoe6704Joe EbanksUnited States5,355,00054
Horseshoe6705Sacha CohenFrance2,035,00020
Horseshoe6706Brian LoganUnited States2,050,00021
Horseshoe6707David GuayCanada2,100,00021
Horseshoe6708Gokul DharmarajanIndia1,535,00015
Horseshoe6709Christian DalderGermany3,855,00039
Horseshoe6711Howard MashUnited States3,940,00039
Horseshoe6712Julian PinedaColombia5,860,00059
Horseshoe6713Hrand ValijaniUnited States1,000,00010
Horseshoe6714David SebesfiAustralia1,530,00015
Horseshoe6715Ahmed KarrimSouth Africa5,075,00051
Horseshoe6716Mark MontagueAustralia2,290,00023
Horseshoe6717Cade LautenbacherUnited States7,205,00072
Horseshoe6718Dominic CabuhatUnited States4,425,00044
Horseshoe6719Mauro GomezChile4,425,00044
Horseshoe6721Jonathan FhimaFrance6,665,00067
Horseshoe6722Corey DavilaUnited States2,510,00025
Horseshoe6723Yan NeimanCanada3,565,00036
Horseshoe6724Kelly DalkeCanada1,000,00010
Horseshoe6725David StellmonUnited States1,960,00020
Horseshoe6726Michael OndoUnited States2,485,00025
Horseshoe6727Michael LaneUnited States1,600,00016
Horseshoe6728Romain KowalczykFrance4,550,00046
Horseshoe6729Vincente RuizUnited States4,000,07540

End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/80,000, 80,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Cade Lautenbacher us
Cade Lautenbacher
7,205,000 905,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Jonathan Fhima fr
Jonathan Fhima
6,665,000 -335,000
Julian Pineda co
Julian Pineda
5,860,000 -1,040,000
Joe Ebanks us
Joe Ebanks
5,355,000 1,955,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Will Thysell us
Will Thysell
5,100,000 4,565,000
Ahmed Karrim za
Ahmed Karrim
5,075,000 3,475,000
Romain Kowalczyk fr
Romain Kowalczyk
4,550,000 -250,000
Mauro Gomez cl
Mauro Gomez
4,425,000 1,725,000
Dominic Cabuhat us
Dominic Cabuhat
4,425,000 2,895,000
Nicholas Lee ca
Nicholas Lee
4,195,000 3,928,000
Vincente Ruiz us
Vincente Ruiz
4,075,000 375,000
Howard Mash us
Howard Mash
3,940,000 940,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Christian Dalder de
Christian Dalder
3,855,000 -345,000
Paul Hindmarch gb
Paul Hindmarch
3,770,000 3,741,800
Yan Neiman us
Yan Neiman
3,565,000 3,117,000
John S Taylor us
John S Taylor
3,530,000 -270,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
Simon Wilenius dk
Simon Wilenius
3,510,000 3,140,000
Neel Joshi in
Neel Joshi
2,935,000 2,092,000
Erik Cajelais ca
Erik Cajelais
2,660,000 -340,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Steven Stolzenfeld us
Steven Stolzenfeld
2,635,000 -565,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Bryce Hutchings us
Bryce Hutchings
2,545,000 1,445,000
Corey Davila us
Corey Davila
2,510,000 2,148,000
Michael Ondo us
Michael Ondo
2,485,000 -1,715,000
Mark Montague au
Mark Montague
2,290,000 2,092,000
Gaetan Balleur fr
Gaetan Balleur
2,260,000 810,000

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Important Flip For Dalder

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/80,000, 80,000 ante

At Christian Dalder's table, the German player was all in for 1,645,000 and was called by another player with a slightly smaller stack.

Opponent: AK
Christian Dalder: JJ

Dalder took a deep breath when he saw the board 62Q52, which secured his (almost) double up. His opponent didn't have the same expression, as he was eliminated in this hand.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Christian Dalder de
Christian Dalder
4,200,000 1,300,000

Tags: Christian Dalder

Pineda Goes Big On River

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/80,000, 80,000 ante

In a pot of roughly 450,000 on a board showing AQ52, the big blind checked to Julian Pineda in the hijack who bet out 325,000. The big blind called and the pair saw the 6 river.

The big blind checked again and Pineda cut out a big bet of 1,125,000. The big blind went deep in the tank, but after close to a minute, tossed in a chip for the call.

Pineda tabled AA for top set and scored the massive pot when his opponent mucked his cards.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Julian Pineda co
Julian Pineda
6,900,000 1,700,000

Tags: Julian Pineda

Ondo at it Again

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/80,000, 80,000 ante
Michael Ondo
Michael Ondo

Action was opened under the gun by Michael Ondo. There was a flat call from a player in middle position and the action then folded to the big blind. They took their time but eventually went all in for 700,000. Action was then back on Ondo who rejammed for 1,725,000. Surprisingly the middle position player didn't wait long before calling Ondo's all in.

The players were off to a full board three ways with Ondo and the Big blind at risk.

Big Blind: 88
Michael Ondo: AK
Middle Position : JJ

The full board ran out A2QQ7 giving Ondo top pair to earn a knockout and over a full double up.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Michael Ondo us
Michael Ondo
4,200,000 2,700,000

Tags: Michael Ondo

Taylor Does The Work

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/80,000, 80,000 ante

From under the gun, a short stack player announced "all in" and pushed his 875,000 chips. Everybody folded to John Taylor on the button, who shoved, causing the blinds to fold.

Under the gun player: AK
John Taylor: AJ

An ace on the flop 4A8 kept the short stack in the lead. But the J changed everything as Taylor hit a pair of jacks. The 6 on the river confirmed Taylor's win and eliminated the other player from the tournament.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
John S Taylor us
John S Taylor
3,800,000 3,159,000
Day 3 Chip Leader

Tags: John Taylor

Guay Scores Beer and The Pot

Livello 27 : Blinds 40,000/80,000, 80,000 ante

In a heads-up pot with roughly 250,000 in the middle on a flop showing AQ10, David Guay led out from the small blind for 80,000 and Steven Stolzenfeld came along in the big blind.

The 7 hit the turn and both players checked their options to the 3 river. Guay and Stolzenfeld paused the action to get a few drinks from the server, and after they had their drinks in place, Guay tossed out a bet of 345,000. Stolzenfeld took a few seconds, but in the end folded and the pot was sent to Guay who was now able to enjoy his drinks.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Steven Stolzenfeld us
Steven Stolzenfeld
3,200,000 -300,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
David Guay ca
David Guay
1,670,000 170,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: David GuaySteven Stolzenfeld