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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #71: $50,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller
Giorni 1
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
300,000 / 600,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 1
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #71: $50,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller

Giorno 1 completo

Alex Foxen Shines Bright on Day 1 of Event #71: $50,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller

Livello 12 : Blinds 6,000/12,000, 12,000 ante
Alex Foxen
Alex Foxen

Among one of the most elite and star-studded fields on the World Series of Poker calender, Alex Foxen’s star shone the brightest on Day 1 of Event #71: $50,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller.

The poker superstar and WSOP bracelet winner was spotted with more than 1,000,000 early on and never stopped accumulating chips. Foxen bagged up a massive stack of 2,868,000, far and away the largest among the 70 surviving players.

Top Ten Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Alex FoxenUnited States2,868,000191
2Krasimir YankovBulgaria1,786,000119
3Jesse LonisUnited States1,460,00097
4Zeki SoyirgazTurkey1,400,00093
5Michael HeritschUnited States1,400,00093
6Anthony MarsicoUnited States1,378,00092
7Jeremy AusmusUnited States1,291,00086
8Adam HendrixUnited States1,266,00084
9Michael MoncekUnited States1,236,00082
10Robert CowenUnited Kingdom1,187,00079

Jesse Lonis is one of the players looking up at Foxen on the leaderboard. Lonis doubled up against Jeremy Ausmus after a more than three-minute tank, then won a massive pot against John Riordan on his way to 1,460,000.

The third time was the charm for Ausmus on Day 1. The 2021 champion of this event had to reenter twice, but built up his stack to 1,291,000 on his third bullet. Defending champion Robert Cowen (1,187,000), Dylan Weisman (1,170,000), and Shaun Deeb (1,014,000) are also in the million-chip club.

Robert Cowen
Robert Cowen

Further down the leaderboard are Chance Kornuth (970,000), Freddy Deeb (873,000), and six-time WSOP bracelet winner Brian Rast (601,000), while Ben Lamb (298,000) and Benny Glaser (167,000) will have their work cut out for them tomorrow to climb back into contention. The likes of Josh Arieh, Jason Koon, Isaac Haxton, and $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha champion Ka Kwan Lau weren’t so unfortunate to survive the day and will have to try again tomorrow.

Late registration remains open until the start of play on Day 2 at 1 p.m. local time, so there is still an opportunity for more players to join the 167 who have already entered and smashed last year’s total of 106 entries. The action picks up tomorrow on Level 13 with blinds of 10,000/15,000 and a 15,000 big blind ante, meaning the starting stack of 300,000 will be worth just 20 big blinds at the start of the day.

Day 1 was a chance for chip leaders to emerge and players to put themselves in a position to make the money. Tomorrow will be a race toward the final table. PokerNews will be following all the action and providing live updates as the stars of the poker world once again converge on the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas.

Tags: Alex FoxenBen LambBenny GlaserBrian RastChance KornuthDylan WeismanFreddy DeebJeremy AusmusJesse LonisRobert CowenShaun Deeb

Day 2 Seat Draw

Livello 12 : Blinds 6,000/12,000, 12,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Paris1321Rob HollinkNetherlands385,00026
Paris1322Dash DudleyUnited States851,00057
Paris1324Darren KramerSouth Africa765,00051
Paris1325Adam HendrixUnited States1,266,00084
Paris1326Philip WiszowatyUnited States698,00047
Paris1327Jeremy AusmusUnited States1,291,00086
Paris1331Noah SchwartzUnited States357,00024
Paris1333Brian RastUnited States601,00040
Paris1334Sam SteinUnited States872,00058
Paris1335Jan-Peter JachtmannGermany258,00017
Paris1336Roger TeskaUnited States390,00026
Paris1338Danny HannawaUnited States320,00021
Paris1342Freddy DeebUnited States873,00058
Paris1343Cary KatzUnited States320,00021
Paris1344Andriy LyubovetskiyUkraine1,090,00073
Paris1345Jim CollopyUnited States671,00045
Paris1346Chance KornuthUnited States971,00065
Paris1348James WieseUnited States575,00038
Paris1351PJ ChaUnited States630,00042
Paris1352Pawel ChmielPoland421,00028
Paris1354Quan ZhouChina705,00047
Paris1355Michael MoncekUnited States1,236,00082
Paris1356Robert EmmersonUnited Kingdom710,00047
Paris1357Jonas KronwitterGermany910,00061
Paris1361Keith LehrUnited States1,053,00070
Paris1362James ParkUnited Kingdom501,00033
Paris1363Michael HeritschUnited States1,400,00093
Paris1364Chris LeeUnited States332,00022
Paris1365Sean WinterUnited States844,00056
Paris1366Anthony MarsicoUnited States1,378,00092
Paris1372Karel MokryCzechia190,00013
Paris1373Daniel ZackUnited States335,00022
Paris1374Andjelko AndrejevicUnited States381,00025
Paris1377Christopher FrankGermany449,00030
Paris1378Jesse LonisUnited States1,460,00097
Paris1382Tomas RibeiroPortugal172,00011
Paris1383James ObstAustralia734,00049
Paris1384Ben LambUnited States298,00020
Paris1387Joao VieiraPortugal975,00065
Paris1388Bogdan CapitanRomania425,00028
Paris1394Elias HaralaUnited States603,00040
Paris1395Roussos KoliakoudakisGreece609,00041
Paris1396Bryce YockeyUnited States830,00055
Paris1397Conrad De ArmasUnited States815,00054
Paris1398Zeki SoyirgazTurkey1,400,00093
Paris1402Michael DuekUnited States163,00011
Paris1405Robert CowenUnited Kingdom1,187,00079
Paris1406Tong LiChina1,096,00073
Paris1407Erick LindgrenUnited States45,0003
Paris1408Ray AttiyahUnited States820,00055
Paris1411Steven VenezianoUnited States500,00033
Paris1412Krasimir YankovBulgaria1,786,000119
Paris1413Ren LinUnited States455,00030
Paris1417Pakinai LisawadThailand280,00019
Paris1418Tom MarcheseUnited States208,00014
Paris1421Jonathan AzoulayUnited States486,00032
Paris1422Tyler SmithUnited States694,00046
Paris1425Dylan WeismanUnited States1,170,00078
Paris1426Trey BrabhamUnited States562,00037
Paris1427Alex FoxenUnited States2,868,000191
Paris1432Sam SoverelUnited States720,00048
Paris1433Eelis ParssinenFinland795,00053
Paris1434Eric WassersonUnited States105,0007
Paris1436Ky NguyenUnited States731,00049
Paris1438Lou GarzaUnited States165,00011
Paris1441Benny GlaserUnited Kingdom167,00011
Paris1442Shaun DeebUnited States1,014,00068
Paris1443Joni JouhkimainenFinland580,00039
Paris1445Jordan SpurlinUnited States253,00017
Paris1448Anton MorgensternGermany460,00031

End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 12 : Blinds 6,000/12,000, 12,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Alex Foxen us
Alex Foxen
2,868,000 1,218,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Krasimir Yankov bg
Krasimir Yankov
1,786,000 36,000
Jesse Lonis us
Jesse Lonis
1,460,000 -100,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Zeki Soyirgaz tr
Zeki Soyirgaz
1,400,000 450,000
Michael Heritsch us
Michael Heritsch
1,400,000 200,000
Anthony Marsico us
Anthony Marsico
1,378,000 108,000
Jeremy Ausmus us
Jeremy Ausmus
1,291,000 416,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Adam Hendrix us
Adam Hendrix
1,266,000 196,000
Michael Moncek us
Michael Moncek
1,236,000 426,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Robert Cowen gb
Robert Cowen
1,187,000 -13,000
Defending Champion
WSOP 2X Winner
Dylan Weisman us
Dylan Weisman
1,170,000 580,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Tong Li cn
Tong Li
1,096,000 -4,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Andriy Lyubovetskiy ua
Andriy Lyubovetskiy
1,090,000 290,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Keith Lehr us
Keith Lehr
1,053,000 703,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
1,014,000 214,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Joao Vieira pt
Joao Vieira
975,000 300,000
Winamax Team Pro
WSOP 2X Winner
Chance Kornuth us
Chance Kornuth
971,000 181,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Jonas Kronwitter at
Jonas Kronwitter
910,000 -290,000
Freddy Deeb lb
Freddy Deeb
873,000 58,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Sam Stein us
Sam Stein
872,000 47,000
Dash Dudley us
Dash Dudley
851,000 -34,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Sean Winter us
Sean Winter
844,000 264,000
Bryce Yockey us
Bryce Yockey
830,000 80,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Ray Attiyah us
Ray Attiyah
Conrad De Armas us
Conrad De Armas
815,000 -285,000

Leggi tutto

Day 1 Completed

Livello 12 : Blinds 6,000/12,000, 12,000 ante

Fewer than half the field survived the carnage of the first 12 levels and bagged chips. Assorted counts and a recap of today's action are to follow.

Cowen Takes One From Frank

Livello 12 : Blinds 6,000/12,000, 12,000 ante

Three ways to the 874 flop, 31,000 chips each went into the middle as Robert Cowen check-called a bet by Christopher Frank and Jim Collopy also stuck around. After the 2 turn, only Cowen check-called a bet worth 90,000 by Frank as they then checked the 5 on the river.

Cowen showed his K986 for the second nut flush and that won the pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Robert Cowen gb
Robert Cowen
1,200,000 50,000
Defending Champion
WSOP 2X Winner
Christopher Frank de
Christopher Frank
460,000 110,000
Jim Collopy us
Jim Collopy
425,000 425,000
WSOP 3X Winner

Tags: Christopher FrankJim CollopyRobert Cowen

Late Night Casualties

Livello 12 : Blinds 6,000/12,000, 12,000 ante

Both Tommy Le and Allan Le were nowhere to be found anymore and among the late casualties were also Johann Ibanez as well as Ian Bradley.

Chris Lee survived the last all-in for 69,000 with 8775 against the AA107 of Ky Nguyen. Thanks to a board of J52K7, he rivered a set.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Ky Nguyen us
Ky Nguyen
840,000 390,000
Chris Lee us
Chris Lee
160,000 -120,000
Allan Le us
Allan Le
WSOP 1X Winner
Tommy Le us
Tommy Le
WSOP 2X Winner
Ian Bradley gb
Ian Bradley
Johann Ibanez co
Johann Ibanez

Tags: Allan LeChris LeeIan BradleyJohann IbanezKy NguyenTommy Le

Lonis Finishes Off Haxton

Livello 12 : Blinds 6,000/12,000, 12,000 ante

Soon after losing the pot to Tommy Le, Isaac Haxton all in for around 200,000 and up against Jesse Lonis.

Isaac Haxton: AAK4
Jesse Lonis: AK103

Haxton had picked up aces but wouldn't be in front for long as the 310K flop gave Lonis two pair. Lonis improved to two pair on the 10 turn and Haxton couldn't find the case ace he was looking for on the river as he busted right at the end of Day 1.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Jesse Lonis us
Jesse Lonis
1,560,000 270,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Isaac Haxton us
Isaac Haxton
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Jesse LonisIsaac Haxton

Le Leaves Haxton Short

Livello 12 : Blinds 6,000/12,000, 12,000 ante
Tommy Le
Tommy Le

Tommy Le and Isaac Haxton built a pot of around 300,000 heading to the 547 flop when Le moved all in for around 150,000. Haxton called to put him at risk.

Tommy Le: AA73
Isaac Haxton: AQ108

The board ran out 6A and Le made a straight on the turn to secure his double up and leave Haxton riding a short stack entering the last few minutes of Day 1.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Tommy Le us
Tommy Le
500,000 215,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Isaac Haxton us
Isaac Haxton
150,000 -380,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Isaac HaxtonTommy Le