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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #93: $10,000 Short Deck Championship
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Event #93: $10,000 Short Deck Championship

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Ermin Leads Star-Studded Field in Short-Deck High Roller

Livello 8 : Blinds 0/0, 1,000 ante
Ivan Ermin
Ivan Ermin

It was a wild day on the felt in Event #93: $10,000 Short Deck No-Limit Hold'em at the 2023 WSOP at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas that saw chips flying in all directions throughout the opening eight levels. There were a total of 84 entries recorded, and only 31 players bagged up chips to move on to Day 2.

After all the dust settled, it was Ivan Ermin who leads the star-studded field with 411,000 chips. Defending champion Shota Nakanishi busted his first bullet within the first two levels but re-entered and managed to spin his starting stack up to an impressive 346,000. Also among the leaders are Nobuaki Sasaki who bagged up 378,300 chips after some late-night heroics and five-time bracelet winner and poker HoFer John Juanda, who finished the night with 240,900 chips.

Martin Nielsen also will be returning tomorrow with a big stack, who at one point joked to the table that he had only cashed $405 the entire series. When tablemate Cary Katz asked him how that was possible, he said he min-cashed a $250 Daily Deepstack which received a round of laughs from the table. He has now bagged 346,800 in a $10,000 short-deck event in the hopes of getting his second cash of the summer!

Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Ivan ErminRussia411,000
2Nobuaki SasakiJapan378,300
3Martin NielsenUnited Kingdom346,800
4Shota NakanishiJapan336,300
5Eric WassersonUnited States310,000
6Robert JamesUnited States265,500
7John JuandaIndonesia240,900
8Dong ChenChina238,800
9Dario SammartinoItaly217,900
10Chris BrewerUnited States213,700

The day kicked off at 2:00 p.m. local time with only 12 players taking their seats at the start of play, but that number quickly escalated. With each player getting three bullets of 20,000 chips apiece, there was no shortage of action at any point.

Some of those that were unlucky to hit the rail throughout the day include Erik Seidel, Daniel Negreanu, Nacho Barbero, Jesse Lonis, Phil Ivey, and all-time money leader Justin Bonomo who busted just before bagging.

There were many others who managed to make their way unscathed through the day, minus some minor bumps in the road. This includes recent bracelet Sam Soverel (157,000), Mikita Badziakouski (137,200), Patrick Leonard (129,00), Nick Schulman (96,200), and the 2023 Poker Hall of Fame inductee Brian Rast also found a bag with 128,900 to return with tomorrow.

Nobuaki Sasaki
Nobuaki Sasaki

Unlike last year, when this event was in the middle of the series, there wasn’t as much drinking as this is the last high-roller event, and many players are using it as a chance to save their summer.

Late registration will remain open until the start of Day 2, which begins at 1:00 p.m. local time in the Horseshoe Gold Section. The action will resume on Level 9 with the ante at 1,200, and the levels will continue to be 60 minutes in length. The schedule indicates that they will play down to the final five players, but that remains to be determined depending on how the day pans out.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be back on the tournament floor to bring you all of the live updates throughout the day.

Tags: Brian RastCary KatzChris BrewerDaniel NegreanuDario SammartinoDong ChenEric WassersonErik SeidelIvan ErminJesse LonisJohn JuandaJustin BonomoMartin NielsenMikita BadziakouskiNacho BarberoNick SchulmanNobuaki SasakiParis Las VegasPatrick LeonardPhil IveyRobert JamesSam SoverelShota Nakanishi

Seat Draw for Day 2

Livello 8 : Blinds 0/0, 1,000 ante

Please note that this seat draw will change due to late registration remaining open until the start of Day 2.

CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Horseshoe6682Brian RastUnited States128,900
Horseshoe6685Martin NielsenDenmark346,800
Horseshoe6686John JuandaUnited States240,900
Horseshoe6691Ben YuUnited States130,200
Horseshoe6694Nobuaki SasakiJapan378,300
Horseshoe6696Hongwei YuUnited States187,100
Horseshoe6702Shota NakanishiJapan336,300
Horseshoe6704Sam SoverelUnited States157,000
Horseshoe6705Hyun KimSouth Korea52,000
Horseshoe6711Qiang XuChina82,800
Horseshoe6713Nick SchulmanUnited States96,700
Horseshoe6715Mikita BadziakouskiBelarus137,200
Horseshoe6723Robert JamesUnited States265,500
Horseshoe6724Alex EpsteinUnited States48,000
Horseshoe6725Wai Kiat LeeMalaysia163,200
Horseshoe6741Dario SammartinoItaly217,900
Horseshoe6743Chino RheemUnited States64,000
Horseshoe6745Chris BrewerUnited States213,700
Horseshoe6752Eric WassersonUnited States310,000
Horseshoe6753Daniel ChioUnited States94,600
Horseshoe6754Thomas KysarUnited States70,300
Horseshoe6761Danny TangHong Kong162,000
Horseshoe6762Ivan ErminUnited States411,000
Horseshoe6766David WilliamsUnited States48,000
Horseshoe6773Keith LehrUnited States126,900
Horseshoe6774Denys ChufarinUkraine53,900
Horseshoe6775Adam FriedmanUnited States43,000
Horseshoe6782Dong ChenChina238,500
Horseshoe6783Thai HaVietnam94,000
Horseshoe6785Patrick LeonardUnited Kingdom129,000
Horseshoe6786Felipe RamosBrazil104,500

End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 8 : Blinds 0/0, 1,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Ivan Ermin ru
Ivan Ermin
411,000 38,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Nobuaki Sasaki jp
Nobuaki Sasaki
378,300 102,300
Martin Nielsen (FI) fo
Martin Nielsen (FI)
346,800 346,800
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Shota Nakanishi jp
Shota Nakanishi
336,300 36,300
Defending Champion
WSOP 1X Winner
Eric Wasserson us
Eric Wasserson
310,000 192,000
Robert James us
Robert James
265,500 11,500
John Juanda id
John Juanda
240,900 87,900
WSOP 5X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Dong Chen cn
Dong Chen
238,800 238,800
Dario Sammartino it
Dario Sammartino
217,900 62,900
Chris Brewer us
Chris Brewer
213,700 123,700
WSOP 2X Winner
Hong Wei Yu us
Hong Wei Yu
187,100 187,100
Wai Kiat Lee my
Wai Kiat Lee
Danny Tang hk
Danny Tang
162,000 66,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Sam Soverel us
Sam Soverel
157,000 89,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Mikita Badziakouski by
Mikita Badziakouski
137,200 -14,800
WSOP 1X Winner
Ben Yu us
Ben Yu
130,200 15,200
WSOP 4X Winner
Patrick Leonard gb
Patrick Leonard
129,000 87,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Brian Rast us
Brian Rast
128,900 7,900
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Keith Lehr us
Keith Lehr
126,900 81,900
WSOP 2X Winner
Felipe Ramos br
Felipe Ramos
104,500 67,500
Nick Schulman us
Nick Schulman
96,200 71,200
WSOP 4X Winner
Daniel Chio us
Daniel Chio
94,600 94,600
Thai Ha vn
Thai Ha
94,000 94,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Qiang Xu cn
Qiang Xu
82,800 82,800
WSOP 1X Winner
Thomas Kysar us
Thomas Kysar
70,300 70,300

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Yu Scores Late Night Double Up

Livello 8 : Blinds 0/0, 1,000 ante

Just before the tournament director announced there will be four more hands on the day, Ben Yu had his 55,600 in the middle preflop after calling a shove from his opponent in the cutoff.

Ben Yu: AQ
Cutoff: K10

Yu got it in ahead, and when the board ran out AK6JJ, it was his ace-queen that held up to score the full double up just before end of day.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Ben Yu us
Ben Yu
WSOP 4X Winner

Tags: Ben Yu

Rheem In The Mix

Livello 8 : Blinds 0/0, 1,000 ante

Chino Rheem just sat down and put his chips to work quickly. In a four-way pot with close to 15,000 in the middle on a flop showing Q108, Robert James checked from under the gun to Chino Rheem next to act who bet 6,000. Brian Rast in the cutoff and a player on the button folded and James went in the tank.

After close to 30 seconds, James open-folded JJ and the pot was shipped to Rheem.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Robert James us
Robert James
254,000 113,000
Brian Rast us
Brian Rast
121,000 64,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Chino Rheem us
Chino Rheem

Tags: Brian RastChino RheemRobert James

Chufarin and Sasaki Find Each Other

Livello 8 : Blinds 0/0, 1,000 ante

After years of unknowingly playing online together on GG Poker, Denys Chufarin and Nobuaki Sasaki found themselves sitting next to each other on Table 118.

"Wow! I've known you my whole life!" Chufarin joked as the two came to the revelation and shared a laugh.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Nobuaki Sasaki jp
Nobuaki Sasaki
276,000 137,000
Denys Chufarin ua
Denys Chufarin
80,500 26,500

Tags: Denys ChufarinNobuaki Sasaki

Lehr Doubles Through Badziakouski

Livello 8 : Blinds 0/0, 1,000 ante

Both Mikita Badziakouski in middle position and Keith Lehr in the cutoff limped before the player on the button raised to 8,000. Badziakouski moved all in for close to 180,000 and Lehr put in his stack of 17,800 total. The button got out of the way and the cards were on their backs.

Keith Lehr: 97
Mikita Badziakouski: AK

The board ran out Q10696 and the turned pair of nines cracked the ace-king for Badziakouski to double up Lehr.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Mikita Badziakouski by
Mikita Badziakouski
152,000 -55,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Keith Lehr us
Keith Lehr
WSOP 2X Winner

Tags: Keith LehrMikita Badziakouski