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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #7: $1,500 Limit Hold'em
Giorni 2
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
250,000 / 500,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 2
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #7: $1,500 Limit Hold'em

Giorno 2 completo

Jason Duong and David "ODB" Baker All Smiles as Day 2 of the $1,500 Limit Event Concludes

Livello 25 : Limits 30,000/60,000, 0 ante
David "ODB" Baker
David "ODB" Baker

Big-name players fell to the wayside on Day 2 of Event #7: $1,500 Limit Hold'em at the 2023 World Series of Poker. However, David "ODB" Baker, winner of two WSOP bracelets including the 2019 World Series of Poker $1,500 Limit Hold'em bracelet, and relative unknown Jason Duong, slowly but inexorably built chip stacks to put them in great shape to make the final table when play resumes on Day 3.

Baker flew under the radar for much of Day 2, but seemed to tip the poker table toward him, causing all his opponents' chips to slide into his stack. One memorable hand of the day involved Baker in a huge pot where he rivered trip fours, besting Lonnie Price's flopped aces.

Day 2 began at 2:00 p.m. local time with 169 returning players. They were playing for a piece of the $703,545 prize pool, paid to the top 80 finishers.

Fellow WSOP bracelet winner, Jason Gola, will join Baker on Day 3, while Day 1 chip leader Raul Celaya maintained a top ten stack. Another compelling story on the day was when Rostyslav Sabishchenko, who recently finished third in the WSOP online Limit Hold'em Championship, embodied the classic poker saying "a chip and a chair," turning one big blind into 27 (1,075,000).

Also moving on to Day 3 is Kerry Welsh, who has cashed in this event three out of four years, Matthew Dames, who has five WSOP limit cashes, and WSOP veterans Scott Eskenazi, John Armbrust, Chairud Vangchailued, and online pro Omar Mehmood.

The field proved extremely competitive with many well-known names cashing, including 2015 WSOP Main Event winner Joe McKeehen and WSOP bracelet winners Nick Schulman, Patrick Leonard, Justin Pechie, Japanese mixed-game specialist Ruiko Mamiya, and Yueqi Zhu, who finished third in this event last year.

Jason Duong
Jason Duong

Day 2 Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Bets
1Jason DuongCanada1,615,20020
2David "ODB" BakerUnited States1,260,00016
3John MullaneyUnited States1,225,00015
4Kerry WelshUnited States1,185,00015
5Matthew DamesUnited States1,175,00015
6Rostyslav SabishchenkoUkraine1,075,00013
7Raul CelayaUnited States900,00011
8Scott EskenaziUnited States785,00010
9Paul DockalUnited States775,00010
10John ArmbrustUnited States735,0009

The remaining 17 players have locked up at least $4,843, but all eyes will be on the $146,835 top prize and the coveted WSOP bracelet when play resumes. Players will return at 1 p.m. PDT for the finale and play down to the final table, which will be streamed on PokerGO's YouTube channel starting at 5pm.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for all the updates from Day 3 of the $1,500 Limit Hold'em event, when a new WSOP champion will be crowned at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas.

Tags: Chairud VangchailuedDonald AugerJason DuongJason GolaJesse KnightJoe McKeehenJohn ArmbrustJohn MullaneyJustin PechieKerry WelshLonnie PriceLonnie Price'sMatthew DamesNick SchulmanOmar MehmoodPatrick LeonardPaul DockalRaul CelayaRostyslav SabishchenkoRuiko MamiyaScott EskenaziVadim ShlezYueqi Zhu

Seat Draw For Day 3

Livello 25 : Limits 30,000/60,000, 0 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Bets
Horseshoe11David "ODB" BakerUnited States1,260,00021
Horseshoe12John MullaneyUnited States1,225,00020
Horseshoe13Jason GolaUnited States210,0004
Horseshoe15Matthew DamesUnited States1,175,00020
Horseshoe16Chairud VangchailuedUnited States670,00011
Horseshoe18Omar MehmoodUnited States245,0004
Horseshoe21Raul CelayaUnited States900,00015
Horseshoe24Jason DuongCanada1,615,00027
Horseshoe25Jesse KnightUnited States100,0002
Horseshoe26Scott EskenaziUnited States785,00013
Horseshoe27John ArmbrustUnited States735,00012
Horseshoe28Kerry WelshUnited States1,185,00020
Horseshoe31Vadim ShlezUkraine485,0008
Horseshoe33Paul DockalUnited States755,00013
Horseshoe35Donald AugerUnited States260,0004
Horseshoe36Lonnie PriceUnited States545,0009
Horseshoe38Rostyslav SabishchenkoUkraine1,075,00018

Official End of Day 2 Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 25 : Limits 30,000/60,000, 0 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Jason Duong ca
Jason Duong
1,615,000 645,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
David "ODB" Baker us
David "ODB" Baker
1,260,000 360,000
WSOP 3X Winner
John Mullaney us
John Mullaney
1,225,000 1,000,000
Kerry Welsh us
Kerry Welsh
1,185,000 355,000
Matthew Dames us
Matthew Dames
1,175,000 660,000
Rostyslav Sabishchenko ua
Rostyslav Sabishchenko
1,075,000 605,000
Raul Celaya us
Raul Celaya
900,000 -300,000
Scott Eskenazi us
Scott Eskenazi
785,000 -175,000
Paul Dockal us
Paul Dockal
755,000 95,000
John Armbrust us
John Armbrust
735,000 285,000
Chairud Vangchailued us
Chairud Vangchailued
670,000 110,000
Lonnie Price us
Lonnie Price
545,000 245,000
Vadim Shlez ua
Vadim Shlez
WSOP 1X Winner
Donald Auger us
Donald Auger
260,000 212,000
Omar Mehmood us
Omar Mehmood
245,000 -230,000
Jason Gola us
Jason Gola
210,000 -680,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jesse Knight us
Jesse Knight
100,000 -288,000

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Adam Friedman Eliminated in 18th Place ($4,843)

Livello 25 : Limits 30,000/60,000, 0 ante
Adam Friedman
Adam Friedman

Five-time WSOP bracelet winner Adam Friedman raised in early position as a short stack at his table, but Vadim Shlez reraised enough from the button to put Friedman all in.

Friedman called and the players tabled their hands.

Friedman: A6
Shlez: JJ

The runout did not provide Friedman any help to overtake Shlez’s pocket pair. Friedman was sent to the rail in 18th place for $4,483.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Vadim Shlez ua
Vadim Shlez
485,000 159,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Adam Friedman us
Adam Friedman
WSOP 5X Winner

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Anthony Le Chuga Eliminated in 20th Place ($4,843)

Livello 25 : Limits 30,000/60,000, 0 ante
Anthony Le Chuga
Anthony Le Chuga

Action folded to Matthew Dames in the small blind who raised before Anthony Le Chuga put in a three-bet from the big blind. Dames called to see a flop of 96A.

Dames checked from the small blind before facing a bet from Le Chuga. Dames then raised for the rest of Le Chuga's chips. Le Chuga called, putting his tournament life at risk.

Anthony Le Chuga: AJ
Matthew Dames: AQ

Dames needed help from the turn or river but neither the 6 or the 5 provided any, sending him to the rail in 20th place for $4,843.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Matthew Dames us
Matthew Dames
980,000 280,000
Anthony Le Chuga us
Anthony Le Chuga

Tags: Anthony Le ChugaMatthew Dames

Mitchell Davis Eliminated in 21st Place ($4,843)

Livello 25 : Limits 30,000/60,000, 0 ante
Mitchell Davis
Mitchell Davis

Facing a button raise, Mitchell Davis reraised from the big blind, leaving only one bet behind. Donald Auger called and the table was set for an all-in, which came on a 6J10 flop.

Davis 33
Auger 1010

"I need runner runner," Davis said. But the turn and river provided neither, rolling off 26, and Davis' event had come to an end in 21st place.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Donald Auger us
Donald Auger
48,000 -302,000
Mitchell Davis us
Mitchell Davis

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Livello: 25

Blinds: 15,000-30,000
Limits: 30,000-60,000

Christopher Kostoulas Eliminated in 22nd Place ($4,843)

Livello 24 : Limits 25,000/50,000, 0 ante
Christopher Kostoulas
Christopher Kostoulas

Christopher Kostoulas put his last remaining chips in and got called by John Armbrust before turning up their cards and heading to a run out.

Christopher Kostoulas: 22
John Armbrust: QQ

The board ran out 5QK310, eliminating Kostoulas in 22nd place for $4,843.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
John Armbrust us
John Armbrust
450,000 -120,000
Christopher Kostoulas us
Christopher Kostoulas

Tags: Christopher KostoulasJohn Armbrust