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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #65: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em (6-Handed)
Giorni 2
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
200,000 / 400,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 2
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #65: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em (6-Handed)

Giorno 2 completo

Two Brazlians Top the Leaderboard After Day 2 of Event #65: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed

Livello 20 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
Vitor Dzivielevski
Vitor Dzivielevski

An exhausting second day of Event #65: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed has drawn to an end at the 2023 World Series of Poker. Another massive field was recorded for this event with a total of 1,199 entries, creating a prizepool of $5,046,200. There will be 48 players that still have a chance at glory by capturing the first-place prize of $938,244 and the WSOP gold bracelet.

After a prolonged Day 2 to this event, caused by the long late registration lines, the tournament staff agreed with the players to push back the restart of Day 3 to 1 p.m. local time. That didn't seem to phase the Brazilian contingent down the stretch, as they finished in the top two spots of the leaderboard. Vitor Dzivielevski edged out his countrymate Pedro Garagnani for the top spot heading into Day 3.

End of Day Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Vitor DzivielevskiBrazil3,425,000137
2Pedro GaragnaniBrazil3,220,000129
3Cody JonesUnited States2,855,000114
4Chuanshu ChenChina2,520,000101
5Norbert SzecsiHungary2,345,00094
6Douglas FerreiraBrazil2,135,00085
7Tyler CornellUnited States2,125,00085
8Georgios SotiropoulosGreece1,960,00078
9Danny TangHong Kong1,940,00078
10Omar LakhdariAlgeria1,845,00074

Dzivielevski, the older brother of Yuri who has three WSOP titles to his name, is looking to make his first mark on the WSOP stage. The Brazilian had an upward trend throughout much of the day en route to bagging up a stack of 3,425,000 chips. Garagnani, on the other hand, came into the day with a sub-average stack but rallied late in the night to join the leaders. Garagnani can often be seen in the high-roller circuit throughout the year but is still looking for his breakout victory in his short career.

There were many former bracelet winners in the field and some of them were able to able to maneuver through the field and bag a healthy stack. Norbert Szecsi (2,345,000), Tyler Cornell (2,125,000), Danny Tang (1,940,000), Day 1 chip leader Yuliyan Kolev (1,540,000), Ryan Leng (1,425,000), and Scott Seiver (615,000) will all be looking to add to their collection over the next couple of days.

Danny Tang
Danny Tang

It was a delayed start to the afternoon as over 100 late entries showed up at the crack of noon which halted play for at least 40 minutes. When the cards finally went in the air on Day 2, there was a total of 1,199 entries and just shy of 500 players still remaining.

Many of the new entries were the first to hit the rail as a starting stack was only worth 20 big blinds at this point. The field was quickly thinning out through the opening couple of levels with only 180 players getting paid. That number would be reached just after the second break and it came in a hurry. As the dealers were told to finish the hand they were on and hold up, there were multiple eliminations that took place. No hand-for-hand was necessary as the field was trimmed to the necessary number to reach the money.

It was a mad dash to the payout desk following the bubble burst, as many of the short stacks were unable to spin it up. Some of the early notables bowing out of the event included Eric Wasserson, Stephen Song, Ryan Laplante, and a couple of Germans who have been absent from the poker scene as of late. Rainer Kempe and Steffen Sontheimer have been known to compete at the highest stakes in poker but have not been in the live tournament scene for some time. Both players managed to squeak into the money but were unable to make a deep run.

Steffen Sontheimer
Steffen Sontheimer

Phil Ivey was attempting to make another deep run and have a chance at adding to his WSOP bracelet collection as he quietly went about his business. Ivey was one of the players to take advantage of the late registration on Day 2 and managed to 10x his stack at one point. However, in one of the last levels of the night, Ivey's pocket jacks were defeated by a big blind special that flopped two pair, sending the 10-time bracelet winner to the rail.

The fast-paced action continued throughout the day right up until the final hands of the night. The field was dwindled down to just 48 players after another 10 levels were played on Day 2, and they will be returning with an average stack of around 50 big blinds.

The remaining 48 players will return to the felt at 1:00 p.m. local on June 30 and play down to the final table, where the winner will be crowned on Saturday afternoon. The action will be resuming on Level 21 with the blinds at 10,000/25,000 and a 25,000 big blind ante.

Each player has already locked up at least $16,261 thus far, but the pay jumps will become more significant as the tournament progresses.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be here to bring you all of the action as it unfolds en route to crowning a champion in the coming days.

Tags: Danny TangEric WassersonNorbert SzecsiPedro GaragnaniPhil IveyRainer KempeRyan LaplanteRyan LengScott SeiverSteffen SontheimerStephen SongTyler CornellVitor DzivielevskiYuliyan Kolev

Seat Draw for Day 3

Livello 20 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6621Roland RokitaAustria985,00039
Horseshoe6622Ian MatakisUnited States1,425,00057
Horseshoe6623Nozomu ShimizuJapan1,440,00058
Horseshoe6624Tyler CornellUnited States2,125,00085
Horseshoe6626Lyudmil IvanovBulgaria425,00017
Horseshoe6631Yuliyan KolevBulgaria1,540,00062
Horseshoe6632Cody JonesUnited States2,855,000114
Horseshoe6633Paraskevas TsokaridisGreece510,00020
Horseshoe6634Evgenii FidchukRussia1,640,00066
Horseshoe6635Anton LuAustralia1,170,00047
Horseshoe6681Gary ThompsonIreland560,00022
Horseshoe6682Nicholas BondUnited States990,00040
Horseshoe6683Norbert SzecsiHungary2,345,00094
Horseshoe6684Martin FingerAustria1,420,00057
Horseshoe6685Brandon LulovUnited States1,285,00051
Horseshoe6691Artur MartirosianRussia745,00030
Horseshoe6692Viktor UstimovRussia1,485,00059
Horseshoe6693Michael ColbertUnited States1,010,00040
Horseshoe6694Chuanshu ChenChina2,520,000101
Horseshoe6695Georgios SotiropoulosGreece1,960,00078
Horseshoe6741Daniel LazrusUnited States185,0007
Horseshoe6742Craig McCorkellUnited Kingdom815,00033
Horseshoe6743Jordan SpurlinUnited States435,00017
Horseshoe6744Danny TangHong Kong1,940,00078
Horseshoe6745Yunsheng SunChina1,590,00064
Horseshoe6751Michael McnicholasUnited States1,605,00064
Horseshoe6752Vitor DzivielevskiBrazil3,425,000137
Horseshoe6753Tony LinUnited States1,145,00046
Horseshoe6754Dimitar DanchevBulgaria325,00013
Horseshoe6755Weiran PuChina1,245,00050
Horseshoe6756David "Bakes" BakerUnited States400,00016
Horseshoe6761Naoki MatsumotoJapan520,00021
Horseshoe6762Angelina RichUnited States500,00020
Horseshoe6763Scott SeiverUnited States615,00025
Horseshoe6764Leon SturmAustria1,690,00068
Horseshoe6765Sung Joo HyunSouth Korea225,0009
Horseshoe6766Pedro GaragnaniBrazil3,220,000129
Horseshoe6771Sami BechahedUnited States910,00036
Horseshoe6772Douglas FerreiraBrazil2,135,00085
Horseshoe6773Valeriano Toledano MorenoSpain1,000,00040
Horseshoe6774Jeremy SaderneFrance25,0001
Horseshoe6776Ryan LengUnited States1,425,00057
Horseshoe6781Vlad DarieRomania445,00018
Horseshoe6782Kyle JuliusUnited States810,00032
Horseshoe6783Fabrice BigotFrance965,00039
Horseshoe6784Omar LakhdariAlgeria1,845,00074
Horseshoe6785Benjamin TengUnited States700,00028
Horseshoe6786William StanfordUnited States1,380,00055

Official End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 20 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Vitor Dzivielevski br
Vitor Dzivielevski
3,425,000 2,015,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Pedro Garagnani br
Pedro Garagnani
3,220,000 -160,000
Cody Jones us
Cody Jones
2,855,000 130,000
Chuanshu Chen cn
Chuanshu Chen
2,520,000 2,326,500
Norbert Szecsi hu
Norbert Szecsi
2,345,000 1,893,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
WSOP 3X Winner
Douglas Arauj Ferreira br
Douglas Arauj Ferreira
2,135,000 475,000
Tyler Cornell us
Tyler Cornell
2,125,000 1,158,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Georgios Sotiropoulos gr
Georgios Sotiropoulos
1,960,000 500,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Danny Tang hk
Danny Tang
1,940,000 710,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Omar Lakhdari dz
Omar Lakhdari
1,845,000 1,845,000
Leon Sturm de
Leon Sturm
1,690,000 240,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Evgenii Fidchuk ua
Evgenii Fidchuk
1,640,000 565,000
Michael McNicholas us
Michael McNicholas
1,605,000 505,000
Yunsheng Sun cn
Yunsheng Sun
1,590,000 1,416,000
Yuliyan Kolev bg
Yuliyan Kolev
1,540,000 330,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Viktor Ustimov ru
Viktor Ustimov
1,485,000 1,304,000
Nozomu Shimizu jp
Nozomu Shimizu
1,440,000 418,000
Ryan Leng us
Ryan Leng
1,425,000 325,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Ian Matakis us
Ian Matakis
1,425,000 1,222,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Martin Finger de
Martin Finger
1,420,000 787,000
WSOP 1X Winner
William Stanford us
William Stanford
1,380,000 -50,000
Brandon Lulov us
Brandon Lulov
1,285,000 1,285,000
Weiran Pu cn
Weiran Pu
1,245,000 1,166,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Anton Lu au
Anton Lu
1,170,000 855,000
Ren Lin cn
Ren Lin
1,145,000 920,000

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Garagnani Pulls In a Big One

Livello 20 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

William Stanford raised to 45,000 in the hijack and Pedro Garagnani three-bet to 175,000 from the small blind. Stanford called and the dealer spread the flop of 862.

Garagnani led out with a bet of 185,000 and Stanford quickly called to see the 6 on the turn. Garagnani reached for another bet of 410,000 and Stanford still called. The A completed the board and both players tapped the table. Garagnani tabled 1010 which was just enough to edge out Stanford's 99.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Pedro Garagnani br
Pedro Garagnani
3,380,000 3,265,500
William Stanford us
William Stanford
1,430,000 80,000

Tags: William StanfordPedro Garagnani

Jacks, I Assume?

Livello 20 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
Cody Jones
Cody Jones

Action was picked up on the flop with players heads up, the board reading 878 and a massive pot of 800,000 already in the middle. Scott Seiver moved all in, slightly covering Cody Jones stack of roughly 900,000.

Jones went deep into the tank, clearly faced with a tough decision.

"Jacks, I assume?" Seiver asked his opponent after about two minutes.

Jones quickly made the call to put himself at risk.

Cody Jones: JJ
Scott Seiver: AK

Jones was ahead with the overpair but had to fade a lot of outs from Seiver, who had two overcards and the nut-flush draw. The turn came the 7 and the river came the J, giving Seiver the nut flush but Jones a full house to scoop the biggest pot of the tournament so far.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Cody Jones us
Cody Jones
2,725,000 2,385,000
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
240,000 -430,000
WSOP 4X Winner

Tags: Cody JonesScott Seiver

Sturm Picks Up a Monster in the Big Blind

Livello 20 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
Leon Sturm
Leon Sturm

There was a raise to 40,000 from under the gun and Harsukhpaul Sangha shoved all in for 480,000 in the cutoff. Leon Sturm asked for a count from the big blind and then reshoved all in, forcing out the initial raiser.

Harsukhpaul Sangha: 88
Leon Sturm: KK

Sturm woke up with pocket kings in the big blind and had Sangha in big trouble. The board ran out 109435 and Sangha was unable to come from behind as he headed to the payout desk.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Leon Sturm de
Leon Sturm
1,450,000 1,114,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Harsukhpaul Sangha ca
Harsukhpaul Sangha

Tags: Leon SturmHarsukhpaul Sangha

Livello: 20

Bui: 10,000/20,000

Ante: 20,000

Rich Piles on Ivanov

Livello 19 : Blinds 10,000/15,000, 15,000 ante

Angelina Rich raised to 30,000 in the hijack and Lyudmil Ivanov reraised to 70,000 on her left. The action folded back to Rich who just called to see a flop of 963. Rich checked to Ivanov who continued with a bet of 40,000 and Rich called.

The turn brought the 5 and both players checked to the 7 on the river. Rich moved all in for 250,000 on the river and Ivanov was forced to lay his hand down.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Angelina Rich au
Angelina Rich
505,000 50,000
Lyudmil Ivanov bg
Lyudmil Ivanov
400,000 122,000

Tags: Angelina RichLyudmil Ivanov