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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #80: $25,000 H.O.R.S.E. High Roller
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Event #80: $25,000 H.O.R.S.E. High Roller

Giorno 1 completo

Josh Arieh Bags the Lead in Event #80: $25,000 H.O.R.S.E. High Roller

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Josh Arieh in an earlier event
Josh Arieh in an earlier event

Day 1 of Event #80: $25,000 H.O.R.S.E. High Roller at the 2023 World Series of Poker, held at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, has come to an end with Josh Arieh (621,500) bagging up the chip lead as he hunts for a sixth career bracelet.

Motoyoshi Okamura finished among the chip leaders after bagging 565,000. Also bagging big were Yehuda Buchalter (511,000) and Nacho Barbero (504,000), who were able to clear the half-million chip mark.

End of Day 1 Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Josh AriehUnited States621,500
2Motoyoshi OkamuraJapan565,000
3Yehuda BuchalterUnited States511,000
4Nacho BarberoArgentina504,000
5Hal RotholzUnited States478,000
6Matt GlantzUnited States463,000
7Andres KornUnited States461,000
8Max HoffmanUnited States451,000
9Michael NooriUnited States445,000
10Michael MoncekUnited States415,000

Arieh is one of the best all-around poker players of all time and a future Hall of Famer. The popular pro captured his fifth bracelet earlier this series when he came out on top in the $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship. Should Arieh at least make the money in this event, which looks likely, it will be his 15th cash of the 2023 WSOP, which will help close the gap on Ian Matakis in the Player of the Year race.

Okamura has over $1.2 million in live-tournament earnings and won his first bracelet in a No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha event back in 2021. The Japanese poker pro already has several cashes from this year's World Series of Poker and is in pole position to make a serious run at his second gold bracelet.

So far, there have been 98 entrants in the tournament, which has already surpassed the 78 runners from the last time this event was held back in 2021. Of those players, 56 managed to bag and more are expected to register tomorrow as late registration remains open until the start of Day 2. One reentry is allowed, so there could be some return appearances.

There was no shortage of notables who managed to earn a Day-2 berth, including but not limited to Hal Rotholz (478,000), Matt Glantz (463,000), Ralph Perry (404,500), Paul Volpe (326,000), Viktor Blom (319,500), Mike Matusow (309,000), Brian Hastings, (254,000), and three-time Poker Player's Championship winner Brian Rast (183,000).

Defending champion Jesse Klein didn’t have the best day but managed to bag 63,500 in his quest for a second bracelet.

Some less fortunate players who busted before the day’s end included Mori Eskandani, Wil Wilkinson, Wooram Cho, Max Pescatori, Patrick Leonard, and Jen Harman, who fired two bullets but was unable to gain any momentum throughout the day.

Day 2 is set to begin on July 11 at 1:00 p.m. local time. Play will begin on Level 11, which features 3,000/6,000 blinds for limit flop games and a 1,500 ante with a 2,000 bring-in and 6,000/12,000 limits for stud games. Play will continue for an additional ten 60-minute levels, and players will get a 15-minute break after every two levels. A 60-minute dinner break will be held after Level 16 (~7:30 p.m.)

Be sure to stick with PokerNews as we continue to bring you all the action leading to the next H.O.R.S.E. champion here at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas!

Tags: Brian HastingsBrian RastHal RotholzJen HarmanJesse KleinMatt GlantzMax PescatoriMike MatusowMori EskandaniMotoyoshi OkamuraNacho BarberoPatrick LeonardPaul VolpeRalph PerryViktor BlomWil WilkinsonWooram Cho

Seat Draw for Day 2

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CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Paris1351Jesse KleinUnited States63,500
Paris1352Christopher ChungUnited States162,000
Paris1353Brian RastUnited States183,000
Paris1354Yueqi ZhuCanada170,000
Paris1355Michael NooriUnited States445,000
Paris1358Eli ElezraIsrael113,000
Paris1362Yehuda BuchalterUnited States511,000
Paris1364Scott BohlmanUnited States273,500
Paris1365Motoyoshi OkamuraJapan565,000
Paris1366Max HoffmanUnited States451,000
Paris1367Scott LakeUnited States146,000
Paris1368Andres KornUnited States461,000
Paris1371Marco JohnsonUnited States373,500
Paris1372Dan HeimillerUnited States401,500
Paris1374Michael MoncekUnited States415,000
Paris1376Paul VolpeUnited States326,000
Paris1377Roland IsraelashviliUnited States377,000
Paris1378Yingui LiChina396,000
Paris1382Rob HollinkNetherlands66,000
Paris1383Aaron KatzUnited States73,500
Paris1384Philip SternheimerUnited States383,000
Paris1385Brad RubenUnited States202,500
Paris1386Ray DehkharghaniUnited States207,500
Paris1388Matt GlantzUnited States463,000
Paris1401Eric WassersonUnited States301,000
Paris1402Allen KesslerUnited States341,500
Paris1403Phil HellmuthUnited States213,000
Paris1404Jeff MadsenUnited States23,000
Paris1405Brian HastingsUnited States254,500
Paris1407David "ODB" BakerUnited States302,500
Paris1408Todd BrunsonUnited States121,500
Paris1411Hal RotholzUnited States478,000
Paris1414Scott SeiverUnited States175,000
Paris1415Ralph PerryUnited States404,500
Paris1416Andrew KelsallUnited States373,500
Paris1417John HenniganUnited States215,000
Paris1418Benjamin DieboldUnited States140,000
Paris1421Dzmitry UrbanovichPoland178,000
Paris1424Jason MercierUnited States262,000
Paris1425Benny GlaserUnited Kingdom194,000
Paris1426Ben YuUnited States209,500
Paris1427Shaun DeebUnited States54,000
Paris1428Viktor BlomSweden319,500
Paris1431Kevin GerhartUnited States37,500
Paris1433Josh AriehUnited States621,500
Paris1434Mike MatusowUnited States309,000
Paris1435Michael RodriguesPortugal193,000
Paris1436Brandon Shack-HarrisUnited States187,500
Paris1438Matt GrapenthienUnited States372,000
Paris1441Johannes BeckerGermany193,500
Paris1442Nacho BarberoArgentina504,000
Paris1444Jerry WongUnited States142,500
Paris1445Mike GorodinskyUnited States135,000
Paris1446Alex LivingstonCanada72,500
Paris1447David ProciakUnited States120,000
Paris1448Daniel NegreanuCanada209,000

Official End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

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Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Josh Arieh us
Josh Arieh
621,500 106,500
Day 1 Chip Leader
WSOP 6X Winner
Motoyoshi Okamura jp
Motoyoshi Okamura
565,000 145,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Yehuda Buchalter us
Yehuda Buchalter
511,000 226,000
Nacho Barbero ar
Nacho Barbero
504,000 -31,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Hal Rotholz us
Hal Rotholz
478,000 48,000
Matt Glantz us
Matt Glantz
463,000 -7,000
Andres Korn ar
Andres Korn
461,000 146,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Max Hoffman us
Max Hoffman
451,000 46,000
Michael Noori us
Michael Noori
445,000 135,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Michael Moncek us
Michael Moncek
415,000 226,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Ralph Perry us
Ralph Perry
404,500 164,500
WSOP 1X Winner
Dan Heimiller us
Dan Heimiller
401,500 63,500
WSOP 2X Winner
Yingui Li cn
Yingui Li
396,000 5,500
Philip Sternheimer gb
Philip Sternheimer
383,000 58,000
Roland Israelashvili us
Roland Israelashvili
377,000 117,000
Marco Johnson us
Marco Johnson
WSOP 2X Winner
Andrew Kelsall us
Andrew Kelsall
WSOP 1X Winner
Matt Grapenthien us
Matt Grapenthien
372,000 42,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Allen Kessler us
Allen Kessler
341,500 81,500
Paul Volpe us
Paul Volpe
326,000 -64,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Viktor Blom se
Viktor Blom
319,500 -500
Mike Matusow us
Mike Matusow
309,000 134,000
WSOP 4X Winner
David "ODB" Baker us
David "ODB" Baker
302,500 117,500
WSOP 3X Winner
Eric Wasserson us
Eric Wasserson
301,000 6,000
Scott Bohlman us
Scott Bohlman
273,500 -66,500
WSOP 1X Winner

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Becker Chips Up Before the Night Ends

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Seven Card Stud

Johannes Becker: XxXx/4A310/Xx
Ben Yu: XxXx/JKA - folded on fifth street
Shaun Deeb: XxXx/7K32/Xx

Yu completed before Deeb raised, with Becker and Yu both calling.

Fourth street saw action checked to Deeb, who bet. Both of his opponents came along.

Fifth street saw action checked to Deeb once more, and again he bet. This time only Becker called.

Sixth and seventh streets both saw Becker check-call Deeb. Deeb showed QQ initially for a pair of queens, but Becker turned over 1088 for two pair to take the win.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Johannes Becker de
Johannes Becker
245,000 55,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Ben Yu us
Ben Yu
186,000 -39,000
WSOP 4X Winner
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
54,500 -80,500
WSOP 6X Winner

Four More Hands

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The tournament director has just announced that four more hands will be played before bagging and tagging for the evening.

Stay tuned for a recap of Day 1.

Rotholz Scoops Katz

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Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better

Cary Katz raised from early position and was called by Hal Rotholz in middle position, Jesse Klein on the button, and Brad Ruben in the big blind.

Action checked to Rotholz on the 6210 flop and he bet. Only Katz called.

Both players checked on the 9 turn and Katz check-called a bet from Rotholz when the 8 completed the board.

Rotholz showed A652 for two pair and a low and Katz sent his hand into the muck.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Hal Rotholz us
Hal Rotholz
430,000 45,000
Brad Ruben us
Brad Ruben
170,000 100,000
WSOP 4X Winner
Jesse Klein us
Jesse Klein
135,000 -100,000
Defending Champion
WSOP 1X Winner
Cary Katz us
Cary Katz
100,000 20,000

Tags: Brad RubenCary KatzHal RotholzJesse Klein