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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #84: $50,000 High Roller
Giorni 1
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Event Info
Giocatori Rimasti
Chip Stack Medio
Chips Totali
Informazioni livello
300,000 / 600,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 1
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #84: $50,000 High Roller

Giorno 1 completo

Yang Wang with the Big Stack in Event #83: $50,000 High Roller

Livello 12 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
Yang Wang
Yang Wang

Day 1 of Event #83: $50,000 High Roller at the 2023 World Series of Poker hosted by Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas was a smashing success with an impressive 137 entries, which already bested last year’s field of 107. After 12 levels of play, that number was brought down to only 44.

Yang Wang finished in the top of the counts with a whopping 2,175,000, closely followed by Fedor Holz (1,990,000) and Stefan Schilhabel (1,915,000). Holz actually bagged second in chips on Day 1 of this event last year, so he’s not too far off his mark this go round.

End of Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Yang WangChina2,175,000109
2Fedor HolzGermany1,990,000100
3Stefan SchillhabelGermany1,915,00096
4Vlad DarieRomania1,830,00092
5Dylan LindeUnited States1,770,00089
6Jake SchindlerUnited States1,740,00087
7Masashi OyaJapan1,430,00072
8Espen JorstadNorway1,340,00067
9Brandon WittmeyerUnited States1,330,00067
10Nacho BarberoArgentina1,305,00065

Plenty of big names battled throughout the day but weren’t able to find a bag, including the likes of Chris Brewer, Shaun Deeb, Alex Foxen, Kristen Foxen, and Isaac Haxton. Haxton made a late appearance but didn’t stay long as he was felted twice in a rather quick procession.

Popular Hustler Casino Live personality Wesley Fei bagged a healthy 1,295,000 after being moved to a tough table with Espen Jørstad (1,300,000) and Jason Koon (810,000). Fei joked with the bunch that all he wanted to do was bag and he asked the table not to bust him. Fei bagged about double what he bagged last year in this event and is assuredly looking to parlay that into a deep run on Day 2.

Wesley Fei
Wesley Fei

The 2023 $400 Colossus winner, Moshe Refaelowitz, was also in the field, making a huge leap after busting from the Main Event up to the high roller. He seemed comfortable enough and held his own throughout the day, bagging more than double the starting stack with 695,000 in chips.

High roller regulars Daniel Negreanu (685,000) and Cary Katz (690,000) also bagged similar stack and the pair will be quite a bit better off than if they had chosen to max late register on Day 2.

Late registration is still until the start of the tournament on Day 2, slated to begin on July 13 at 1:00 p.m local time.

This is only a small peek of the many notables in the field so make sure to tune in to PokerNews to see the outcome of this tremendous WSOP event.

Tags: Cary KatzChris BrewerDaniel NegreanuEspen JørstadFedor HolzIssac HaxtonJason KoonKristen FoxenShaun DeebWesley FeiYang Wang

Seat Draw for Day 2

Livello 12 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6681Alejandro LococoArgentina645,00032
Horseshoe6682Nacho BarberoArgentina1,305,00065
Horseshoe6683Mikita BadziakouskiBelarus360,00018
Horseshoe6685Vlad DarieRomania1,830,00092
Horseshoe6688Pedro GaragnaniBrazil1,300,00065
Horseshoe6691Thomas MuehloeckerAustria140,0007
Horseshoe6693Steven MirandaUnited States560,00028
Horseshoe6694Damian SalasArgentina590,00030
Horseshoe6695Jason KoonUnited States650,00033
Horseshoe6697Dong Hyun KimSouth Korea315,00016
Horseshoe6701Cary KatzUnited States690,00035
Horseshoe6702Moshe RefaelowitzUnited Kingdom695,00035
Horseshoe6703Andrew PachecoUnited States365,00018
Horseshoe6708Jules DickersonUnited Kingdom775,00039
Horseshoe6713Johannes StraverNetherlands975,00049
Horseshoe6716Jesse LonisUnited States735,00037
Horseshoe6717Seth DaviesUnited States410,00021
Horseshoe6718Brandon WittmeyerUnited States1,330,00067
Horseshoe6723Wesley FeiUnited States1,295,00065
Horseshoe6724Gregory JensenUnited States1,250,00063
Horseshoe6725Sean WinterUnited States155,0008
Horseshoe6727Christoph VogelsangGermany920,00046
Horseshoe6728David ColemanUnited States235,00012
Horseshoe6741Masashi OyaJapan1,430,00072
Horseshoe6742Stanley TangUnited States1,200,00060
Horseshoe6744Henrik HecklenDenmark605,00030
Horseshoe6747Justin SalibaUnited States710,00036
Horseshoe6751Espen JorstadNorway1,340,00067
Horseshoe6752Igor YaroshevskyyUkraine430,00022
Horseshoe6754David PetersUnited States550,00028
Horseshoe6755Yang WangChina2,175,000109
Horseshoe6758Aleksejs PonakovsLatvia885,00044
Horseshoe6762Fedor HolzGermany1,990,000100
Horseshoe6767Jonathan JaffeUnited States1,140,00057
Horseshoe6768Matthias EibingerAustria840,00042
Horseshoe6771Gergely KulcsarUnited States1,180,00059
Horseshoe6774Daniel NegreanuCanada685,00034
Horseshoe6775Justin KindredUnited States1,070,00054
Horseshoe6778Galen HallUnited States480,00024
Horseshoe6782Jake SchindlerUnited States1,740,00087
Horseshoe6784Sergio AgueroArgentina880,00044
Horseshoe6785Stefan SchillhabelGermany1,915,00096
Horseshoe6786Leon SturmGermany445,00022
Horseshoe6788Dylan LindeUnited States1,770,00089

Official End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 12 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Yang Wang cn
Yang Wang
2,175,000 2,175,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Fedor Holz de
Fedor Holz
1,990,000 960,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Stefan Schillhabel de
Stefan Schillhabel
1,915,000 -185,000
Vlad Darie ro
Vlad Darie
1,830,000 1,830,000
Dylan Linde us
Dylan Linde
1,770,000 610,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jake Schindler us
Jake Schindler
1,740,000 140,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Masashi Oya jp
Masashi Oya
1,430,000 1,430,000
Espen Jørstad no
Espen Jørstad
1,340,000 40,000
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 2X Winner
Brandon Wittmeyer us
Brandon Wittmeyer
1,330,000 360,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Nacho Barbero ar
Nacho Barbero
1,305,000 515,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Pedro Garagnani br
Pedro Garagnani
1,300,000 920,000
Wesley Fei cn
Wesley Fei
1,295,000 -305,000
Gregory Jensen us
Gregory Jensen
1,250,000 910,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Stanley Tang hk
Stanley Tang
1,200,000 1,200,000
Gergely Kulcsár hu
Gergely Kulcsár
1,180,000 530,000
Jonathan Jaffe us
Jonathan Jaffe
Justin Kindred us
Justin Kindred
1,070,000 1,070,000
Johannes Straver nl
Johannes Straver
975,000 975,000
Christoph Vogelsang de
Christoph Vogelsang
920,000 120,000
Aleksejs Ponakovs lv
Aleksejs Ponakovs
885,000 110,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Sergio Aguero ar
Sergio Aguero
880,000 250,000
Matthias Eibinger at
Matthias Eibinger
840,000 -80,000
Jules Dickerson gb
Jules Dickerson
775,000 140,000
Jesse Lonis us
Jesse Lonis
735,000 735,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Justin Saliba us
Justin Saliba
710,000 710,000

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The Chad & Jesse Poker Show Episode #9: Japanese Vlogging Superstar Masato Yokosawa

Livello 12 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

On a recent The Chad & Jesse Poker Show straight from the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP), Chad Holloway and Jesse Fullen welcome renowned Japanese vlogger Masato Yokosawa, AKA “World Wide Yokosawa," who is making a deep run in the 2023 WSOP Main Event.

While players in the United States might think folks like Brad Owen and Andrew Neeme has the biggest vlog followings in the world, that distinction actually belongs to Masato, who regularly clears 600K views on each of his vlogs!

The Japanese vlogging sensation opens up about his start in poker, what inspired him to start a vlog, and how he’s managed to turn it into a smashing success with the help of a creative team. He also talks about his desire to win a WSOP gold bracelet, how Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth are perceived in his home country, and what the future looks like for poker in Japan.

Chad and Jesse then do a new "Calling the Clock" segment in which they offer quick two-minute dialogues for topics on “The Board.”

Race Off and Final 3 Hands

Livello 12 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

With ten minutes left on the clock, the floor has announced that they'll be coloring up and racing off the yellow 1,000 chips and there will only be three more hands of play before bag and tag.

Vieira Will Not See The End Of Day 1

Livello 12 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
Joao Vieira
Joao Vieira

Action was caught when Alejandro Lococo found himself in a tough spot after Joao Vieira bet 325,000 on the river.

According to "PapoMC after the hand, he opened preflop from middle position, and Vieira called in the cutoff.

On the flop 33A and the turn 10, Lococo fired out two barrels, and both times, Vieira called. Then, on the river 9, Lococo checked, and Vieira bet almost his entire stack, as he kept only 12,000 chips in his hands.

Lococo took a full minute to make his decision, and he eventually called with AK for two pairs. It turned out to be the right move as Vieira had 88 for two lower pairs.

On the very next hand, Lococo flipped his cards again, but this time it was preflop after he called Matthias Eibinger's stack, which was approximately 370,000 chips.

Matthias Eibinger: KJ
Alejandro Lococo: A9

The board showed 53K74, and Eibinger hit a pair of kings, doubling up.

Right after, Eibinger was the one who called Vieira's very small stack.

Joao Vieira: Q7
Matthias Eibinger: AQ

On the board 9106A4, Vieira couldn't do much to stay in the tournament. He'll have to use his single reentry to win this event a second time.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Matthias Eibinger at
Matthias Eibinger
920,000 920,000
Alejandro Lococo ar
Alejandro Lococo
750,000 230,000
Joao Vieira pt
Joao Vieira
Winamax Team Pro
WSOP 2X Winner

Tags: Alejandro LococoJoao VieiraMatthias Eibinger

The Chad & Jesse Poker Show Episode #10: GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu

Livello 12 : Blinds 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

On the latest The Chad & Jesse Poker Show[/I][/B] straight from the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP), Chad Holloway & Jesse Fullen are joined by none other than Daniel Negreanu, who took a break from his busy summer schedule to talk about a plethora of topics including what it’s been like running deep in the lower buy-in, big field events, interacting with fans, and how he feels about his performance thus far.

The GGPoker Ambassador also offers his thoughts on the Poker Hall of Fame, including who he thinks will get in and the changes he’d like to see moving forward. Finally, “Kid Poker” offers his prediction for the 2023 WSOP Main Event, which is also the first big topic discussed by the hosts.

Livello: 12

Bui: 10,000/20,000

Ante: 20,000