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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #67: $1,000 Ladies Championship
Giorni 3
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
100,000 / 200,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 3
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #67: $1,000 Ladies Championship

Giorno 3 completo

Shiina Okamoto Leads the Way With Seven Remaining in the Ladies Event

Livello 28 : Blinds 50,000/100,000, 100,000 ante
Shiina Okamoto
Shiina Okamoto

The stage is set for the seven remaining women in Event #67: $1,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold'em Championship at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. The day started with 47 players and Shiina Okamoto, the architect from Japan, ended up with a large chip lead at the end of the day with 11,670,000.

Shiina Okamoto (11,670,000): The Japanese architect knows how to hold a poker face and has had many deep runs in major tournaments including a third-place finish in the Japan Open Poker Tour. Holding twice as many chips as second place and the only player with 100 big blinds, she will be tough to beat.

Tara Cain (4,750,000): In 2018 she sat at this same final table and finished in sixth place for $20,499. With nearly 50 big blinds, she'll be looking to better her previous result with a bracelet victory.

Mary Dvorkin (2,650,000): Newly engaged and an award-winning fencer from Israel, Dvorkin dominated Day 2 with a leading chip stack throughout the day and enters tomorrow third in chips.

Tamar Abraham (2,370,000): Abraham, a cartoon fanatic, is a member of Poker Queens and the Women’s Poker Association. Her friends call her an aggressive force at the table, but off the table she is a great friend.

Suzanne Malavet (2,100,000): Malavet started playing poker 15 years ago at Planet Hollywood and has been a determined player ever since. As a practicing accountant, numbers are no mystery to her.

Chrysi Phiniotis (1,180,000): This force from Cyprus is traveling the world with her Dad playing poker.

Nam Nguyen: (630,000) The stylish nail technician loves to play poker and is playing in her first major tournament.

Seat Draw for the Final Day in Event #67: $1,000 Ladies Championship

SeatNameCountryStackBig Blinds
1Chrysi PhiniotisCyprus1,180,00011
2Nam NguyenUnited States630,0006
3Suzanne MalavetUnited States2,100,00021
4Tara CainUnited States4,750,00048
5Tamar AbrahamUnited States2,370,00024
6Mary DvorkinIsrael2,650,00027
7Shiina OkamotoJapan11,670,000117

Some notables who had a deep run today but didn’t make it to the finale were Maria Lampropulos (36th- $4,528), member of the WSOP Thrill Team Samantha Abernathy (31th- $5,385), poker influencer Pamela Balzano-(25th-$6,492), Aroha Ngata (22nd -$6,692) and Felisa Westermann (13th-$9,824).

Last year’s champion Jessica Teusl was knocked out shortly before the three table redraw (33th- $5,385) when Phiniotis cracked Teusl’s kings with pocket queens.

Jennifer Wu couldn’t capture her first WSOP gold bracelet but she made the final table and came up short of Day 4 finishing in eight place for $20,160.

Day 4 will resume at 2 p.m. local time at the Horseshoe Feature Table and will be streaming on PokerGo with a 30-minute delay. Play will resume with 47:49 left in Level 28 with blinds of 50,000/100,000/100,000.

A 15-minute break will occur after every two levels, and a 60-minute dinner break will be determined.

Final Table Results and Remaining Payouts

PlaceWinnerCountryPrize (in USD)
1  $192,167
2  $118,768
3  $85,756
4  $62,658
5  $46,333
6  $34,679
7  $26,277
8Jennifer WuUnited States$20,160
9Kristie OgilvieUnited States$15,662
10Laura WestfallUnited States$12,324

The PokerNews team will continue to follow all the action until the newest WSOP bracelet winner is crowned.

Tags: Aroha NgataChrysi PhiniotisFelisa WestermannJennifer WuJessica TeuslKristie OgilvieLaura WestfallMaria LampropulosMary DvorkinNam NguyenSamantha AbernathyShiina OkamotoSuzanne MalavetTamar AbrahamTara Cain

Fans Welcome to Attend Tomorrow's Celebration of Life for Doyle Brunson

Livello 28 : Blinds 50,000/100,000, 100,000 ante

Fans are welcome to come to celebrate the life of the late poker legend Doyle Brunson at Horseshoe Las Vegas on July 2 at 11:30 a.m.

Many high-profile poker players will speak at the memorial, which will take place inside the Jubilee Theater near the Horseshoe poker room, about a two-minute walk from the World Series of Poker (WSOP) tournament area.

Brunson, a 10-time WSOP bracelet winner and 1988 Poker Hall of Fame inductee, passed away last month at 89. He left behind quite a legacy in poker and will forever be remembered as one of the all-time greats.

Some former Brunson opponents and long-time friends such Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, and Dewey Tomko will speak at the event. Jack Binion, former owner of Binion's Horseshoe, the original site of the WSOP, will also give a speech.

Read more about the celebration of life here.

Jennifer Wu Eliminated in 8th Place ($20,160)

Livello 28 : Blinds 50,000/100,000, 100,000 ante
Jennifer Wu
Jennifer Wu

Jennifer Wu moved all in for about 350,000 in middle position and Shiina Okamoto reshoved from the small blind.

Jennifer Wu: Q9
Shiina Okamoto: AQ

The board ran out A8498 and Wu was eliminated in eighth place.

The seven players left can now bag and tag for the live streamed final table tomorrow.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Shiina Okamoto jp
Shiina Okamoto
11,670,000 1,370,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
Jennifer Wu us
Jennifer Wu

Tags: Jennifer WuShiina Okamoto

Wu Down to her Last Life

Livello 28 : Blinds 50,000/100,000, 100,000 ante

Shiina Okamoto raised to 200,000 from late position and Tara Cain called from the small blind and Jennifer Wu made the call from the big blind.

The flop came out 399 and Okamoto placed a continuation bet of 200,000 and everyone folded. This left Wu with a very short stack.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Shiina Okamoto jp
Shiina Okamoto
10,300,000 600,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
Tara Cain us
Tara Cain
5,000,000 -150,000
Jennifer Wu us
Jennifer Wu
400,000 -470,000

Tags: Jennifer WuShiina OkamotoTara Cain

Calling the Clock Episode #10: Mercier Wins First Bracelet in 7 Years, Negreanu vs. Polk Rematch

Livello 28 : Blinds 50,000/100,000, 100,000 ante

In the latest episode of The Chad & Jesse Poker Show, Chad Holloway and Jesse Fullen do a new "Calling the Clock" segment in which they offer quick two-minute dialogues for topics on “The Board.”

Here's a look at this episode's topics:

  • Jason Mercier wins 6th gold bracelet
  • Ladies Event sets record
  • Greg Raymer wins two Las Vegas tournaments
  • PokerNews Cup huge hit
  • 2023 WSOP Player of the Year update
  • Mike Matusow w/ back-to-back final tables
  • High Stakes Duel 4Doug Polk vs. Daniel Negreanu
  • Phil Hellmuth & Daniel Negreanu 2023 WSOP update

Livello: 28

Bui: 50,000/100,000

Ante: 100,000

Okamoto Takes a Few Chips Back from Phiniotis

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

It folded to Shiina Okamoto in the small blind who completed and Chrysi Phiniotis just checked her option.

The flop revealed 2J4 and Phiniotis called a bet from Okamoto for 80,000. On the 6 turn, Okamota sent another bet for 175,000 this time and Phiniotis considered it a minute and folded.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Shiina Okamoto jp
Shiina Okamoto
9,700,000 150,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
Chrysi Phiniotis cy
Chrysi Phiniotis
1,200,000 -200,000

Tags: Chrysi PhiniotisShiina Okamoto

Phiniotis Doubles Through Okamoto

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

Quite active at the table, Shiina Okamoto opened in early position to 160,000 and Chrysi Phiniotis shoved on the next seat for 685,000. All folded until Okamoto who thought for a while before calling.

Chrysi Phiniotis: AQ
Shiina Okamoto: K5

The board ran out AJJ310 and Phiniotis could let her joy burst out as she scored a full double up.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Shiina Okamoto jp
Shiina Okamoto
9,550,000 -80,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
Chrysi Phiniotis cy
Chrysi Phiniotis
1,400,000 615,000

Tags: Chrysi PhiniotisShiina Okamoto