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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #78: $1,500 Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha
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 #78: $1,500 Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha

Giorno 2 completo

Satar Al-Sadoun Will Bring the Biggest Stack Back for Day 3 in His Effort to Adorn His Wrist with WSOP Gold!

Livello 24 : Blinds 20,000/40,000, 40,000 ante
Satar Al-Sadoun
Satar Al-Sadoun

After 10 levels of play, Day 2 of Event #78: $1,500 Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha at the 2023 World Series of Poker has closed with 15 players bagging chips to take into Day 3. Everyone remaining will come back eying the $171,741 first-place prize and the WSOP gold bracelet that awaits the eventual champion.

The day began with 140 players returning to Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas looking to bag for the Day 3 finale and collecting along the way as may $500 knockout bounties as possible. Play was quick with many all-ins early on in the action.

A few notables who made Day 2 but could not find a bag for Day 3 included Daniel Negreanu, Amnon Filippi, David "ODB" Baker and Farid Jattin, all of whom went home with a payout but fell short of their ultimate goal.

Satar Al-Sadoun will return to the chip lead with 4,800,000 and will attempt to be the last man standing from the remaining field. There will be no easy route to victory, though, as notables Noah Schwartz (1,100,000), Jeff Madsen (945,000), and Ryan Coon (2,035,000) will all look to navigate their way to the top spot, putting an end to the hopes of anyone who tries to get in their way.

Complete End Of Day 2 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blind
1Satar Al-SadounUnited States4,800,00096
2Thomas SkaggsUnited States3,530,00071
3David HuNetherlands3,275,00066
4Yusuke TanakaJapan2,780,00056
5Sergio MartinezUnited States2,700,00054
6Paul DeGiulioUnited States2,460,00049
7Ryan CoonUnited States2,035,00041
8Paul SpitzbergUnited States1,845,00037
9Giuseppe MaggisanoItaly1,765,00035
10Noah SchwartzUnited States1,100,00022
11Vincent MoscatiUnited States1,100,00022
12Everett CarltonUnited States1,000,00020
13Jeff MadsenUnited States945,00019
14Diogo VeigaPortugal630,00013
15Jonathan CameronCanada330,0007

Day 2 Action

The action rarely slowed down with aggression being the word of the day. There were multiple pre-flop confrontations that saw some players make huge gains while other players crashed and burned, including one hand that sent Daniel Negreanu home early and cut his quest to end a 10-year bracelet drought short.

Little change in the pace of the action is expected going into Day 3. Players will return for the final day of this event tomorrow, July 9th at 2 p.m. local time, when they will play down to a winner. Blinds will resume at 25,000/50,000 with a 50,000 big blind ante. There will be a break every two levels and a dinner break if required.

Keep your homepage locked to PokerNews for the rest of the summer for up-to-date coverage of this and all remaining events at the 2023 World Series of Poker!

Tags: Amnon FilippiDaniel NegreanuDavid HuDiogo VeigaEverett CarltonFarid JattinGiuseppe MaggisanoJeff MadsenJonathan CameroonNoah SchwartzPaul DeGiulioPaul SpitzbergRyan CoonSatar Al-SadounSergio MartinezThomas SkaggsVincent MoscatiYusuke Tanaka

Seat Draw For Day 3

Livello 24 : Blinds 20,000/40,000, 40,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Paris1432Ryan CoonUnited States2,035,00051
Paris1433David HuNetherlands3,275,00082
Paris1434Paul DeGiulioUnited States2,460,00062
Paris1435Paul SpitzbergUnited States1,845,00046
Paris1436Everett CarltonUnited States1,000,00025
Paris1437Vincent MoscatiUnited States1,100,00028
Paris1438Diogo VeigaPortugal630,00016
Paris1441Sergio MartinezUnited States2,700,00068
Paris1442Yusuke TanakaJapan278,0007
Paris1443Jeff MadsenUnited States945,00024
Paris1444Jonathan CameronCanada330,0008
Paris1445Giuseppe MaggisanoItaly1,765,00044
Paris1446Thomas SkaggsUnited States3,530,00088
Paris1447Satar Al-SadounUnited States4,800,000120
Paris1448Noah SchwartzUnited States1,100,00028

Official End of Day 2 Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 24 : Blinds 20,000/40,000, 40,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Satar Al-Sadoun us
Satar Al-Sadoun
4,800,000 350,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Thomas Skaggs us
Thomas Skaggs
3,530,000 80,000
WSOP 1X Winner
David Hu nl
David Hu
Sergio Martinez us
Sergio Martinez
2,700,000 1,600,000
Paul DeGiulio bm
Paul DeGiulio
2,460,000 1,575,000
Ryan Coon us
Ryan Coon
2,035,000 35,000
Paul Spitzberg us
Paul Spitzberg
Giuseppe Maggisano it
Giuseppe Maggisano
1,765,000 -1,335,000
Vincent Moscati us
Vincent Moscati
1,100,000 650,000
Noah Schwartz us
Noah Schwartz
1,100,000 390,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Everett Carlton us
Everett Carlton
1,000,000 295,000
Jeff Madsen us
Jeff Madsen
945,000 5,000
WSOP 4X Winner
Diogo Veiga pt
Diogo Veiga
630,000 630,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jonathan Cameron ca
Jonathan Cameron
330,000 -470,000
Yusuke Tanaka jp
Yusuke Tanaka
278,000 -2,722,000

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Day 2 Has Come to an End

Livello 24 : Blinds 20,000/40,000, 40,000 ante

The remaining 15 players are now bagging up their chips for Day 3. Satar Al-Sadoun will return with the most chips while Thomas Skaggs and David Hu are right behind him to round out the top three.

Stay tuned for a full recap from the PokerNews team.

Dash Dudley Eliminated in 16th Place ($6,622)

Livello 24 : Blinds 20,000/40,000, 40,000 ante
Dash Dudley
Dash Dudley

On a flop of 552, Dash Dudley jammed for his last 200,000 or so. After a brief moment of thought, David Hu called to put Dudley at risk and go to a runout.

Dash Dudley: AK42
David Hu: J1097

Dudley was basically flipping for his tournament life with two cards to come, but when the turn brought the 9, Dudley was drawing dead as they headed to the inconsequential 9 river. Dudley was forced to exit the tournament area on the very last hand of the night, taking 16th place for $6,622.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
David Hu nl
David Hu
3,275,000 1,225,000
Dash Dudley us
Dash Dudley
WSOP 3X Winner

Tags: Dash DudleyDavid Hu

Final Two Table Redraw

Livello 24 : Blinds 20,000/40,000, 40,000 ante
TableSeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1441Sergio MartinezUnited States2,260,00045.2
1442Yusuke TanakaJapan3,100,00062
1443Jeff MadsenUnited States925,00018.5
1444Jonathan CameronCanada430,0008.6
1445Giuseppe MaggisanoItaly1,415,00028.3
1446Thomas SkaggsUnited States3,100,00062
1447Satar Al-SadounUnited States4,900,00098
1448Noah SchwartzUnited States1,100,00022
1431Dash DudleyUnited States350,0007
1432Ryan CoonUnited States1,850,00037
1433David HuNetherlands2,220,00044.4
1434Paul DeGiulioUnited States2,900,00058
1435Paul SpitzbergUnited States1,500,00030
1436Everett CarltonUnited States975,00019.5
1437Vincent MoscatiUnited States900,00018
1438Diogo VeigaPortugal925,00018.5

Alex Manzano Eliminated in 17th Place ($6,622)

Livello 24 : Blinds 20,000/40,000, 40,000 ante
Alex Manzano
Alex Manzano

Alex Manzano was all in and at risk preflop while facing Yusuke Tanaka.

Alex Manzano: AQJ10
Yusuke Tanaka: AAQ3

The board never gave Manzano any hope, landing 456KK and busting him out of the tournament.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Yusuke Tanaka jp
Yusuke Tanaka
3,000,000 450,000
Alex Manzano cl
Alex Manzano

Tags: Alex ManzanoYusuke Tanaka

Ricardo Arredondo Eliminated in 18th Place ($6,622)

Livello 24 : Blinds 20,000/40,000, 40,000 ante
Ricardo Arrendondo
Ricardo Arrendondo

On a flop reading A49, action was checked to Ricardo Arredondo on the button, who bet 350,000. Giuseppe Maggisano reraised enough to put Arredondo all in and his opponent obliged by calling.

Ricardo Arredondo: AKJ5
Giuseppe Maggisano: KK63

The turn and river fell 10 5, giving Maggisano the nut flush and sending Arredondo to the payout desk.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Giuseppe Maggisano it
Giuseppe Maggisano
3,100,000 480,000
Ricardo Arredondo us
Ricardo Arredondo

Tags: Giuseppe MaggisanoRicardo Arredondo

Mihails Morozovs Eliminated in 19th Place ($6,622)

Livello 24 : Blinds 20,000/40,000, 40,000 ante
Mihails Morozovs
Mihails Morozovs

Mihails Morozovs raised pot in early position. It folded around to Yusuke Tanaka in the big blind, who pushed in a raise that was big enough to put Morozovs at risk. Morozovs made the call.

Mihails Morozovs: AK53
Yusuke Tanaka: AAQ4

Tanaka woke up with aces double suited. Morozovs would have to improve to stay in contention.

The flop came out 242, giving Morozovs a two-way wheel draw but when the 8 and K rolled off next, Tanaka's aces remained the best hand.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Yusuke Tanaka jp
Yusuke Tanaka
2,550,000 790,000
Mihails Morozovs lv
Mihails Morozovs

Tags: Mihails MorozovsYusuke Tanaka