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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #76: $10,000 WSOP Main Event World Championship
Giorni 1c
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
1,250,000 / 2,500,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 1c
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #76: $10,000 WSOP Main Event World Championship

Giorno 1c completo

Christopher Brammer Leads Day 1c of Event #76: $10,000 WSOP Main Event No-Limit Hold'em World Championship

Livello 5 : Blinds 300/600, 600 ante
Christopher Brammer
Christopher Brammer

The third of four starting flights in Event #76: $10,000 WSOP Main Event No-Limit Hold'em World Championship has come to an end, and it proved to be the biggest one yet after drawing approximately 3,080 players here at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. Of those players, it was Christopher Brammer who rose to the top after bagging 386,100 in chips through five levels of play. Other big stacks include Sreekanth Nistala (260,200) and Tom Cannuli (248,000). Some 2,326 players progressed.

Brammer, a poker professional from the United Kingdom, is no stranger to poker success, with over $2 million in career tournament earnings in the live arena and millions more from the online poker world. The Brit won his first and only bracelet back in 2017 in a Turbo No-Limit Hold'em event, and he is now in prime position to make a deep run in the Main Event.

End of Day 1c Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Christopher BrammerUnited Kingdom386,100483
2Michael BanducciUnited States292,600366
3Lawrence ChangUnited States280,900351
4Roman ValersteinUnited States273,300342
5Michael PintoNetherlands266,600333
6Daniel KirschCanada252,800316
7DID NOT REPORT 11United States248,100310
8Adrian BuckleyUnited States245,000306
9Patrick BeuterUnited States244,200305
10Keith CumminsIreland244,000305

Former Champions Continue to Bag, and Agüero Makes a Special Appearance

The trend of WSOP Main Event champions bagging into Day 2 continued after Joe McKeehen (111,500), Tom McEvoy (90,400), Scott Blumstein (71,900), Espen Jorstad (62,000), and Ryan Riess (68,100) all navigated their way through Day 1c. They will be joining fellow champions Greg Raymer, Johnny Chan, Martin Jacobson, Damian Salas, and Jamie Gold for Day 2abc on July 7.

Speaking of Main Event champions, Phil Hellmuth teased another grand entrance for tomorrow, which he tweeted will consist of him dressing up as “The Greatest Showman” alongside two-time Poker Player’s Championship winner Dan Cates, who is expected to don a lion costume.

Former professional footballer (soccer player) Sergio Agüero, widely considered to be one of the greatest players in the history of the Premier League, made a late appearance in the day and managed to bag up a respectable 85,500. The Manchester City all-time top goalscorer has dabbled in poker before, having just under $6,000 in live tournament earnings, and will be looking to make a splash in the poker world from Day 2 onward.

Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero

Day 1c had no shortage of other top pros and notables who took their shot at WSOP glory. A few who earned a Day 2 berth include Josh Arieh (181,200), Michael Wang (158,600), Phil Laak (146,100), Mustapha Kanit (142,400), Ronnie Bardah (121,400), Stephen Chidwick (105,000), Masato Yokosawa (100,600), and Todd Brunson (88,200).

Daniel Negreanu spent much of his day at the feature table alongside Shelby Wells, whose first and only WSOP cash came last year after she won a seat to the Main Event from Nadya Magnus via a Twitter competition. Shelby went on to place 97th in 2022, but she ended up busting late in the evening despite being up to as much as 140,000 earlier in the day. Negreanu didn't fare much better as he was unable to build any real momentum and ended up bagging 25,900.

Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Some notables who will have to wait until next year for another shot at the title include Maria Ho, Vanessa Selbst, Erik Seidel, Mikita Badziakouski, Darren Elias, and Kevin Martin, who, despite getting off to a hot start and pulling off a sick bluff, fizzled out and was eliminated in Level 4.

Koray Aldemir was also sent out during one of the last hands of the evening in brutal fashion after running kings into aces to become the first Main Event winner to fail to find a bag during this year's tournament.

Koray Aldemir
Koray Aldemir

So far, approximately 5,217 players have entered across the first three start days. This means that Day 1d will need to attract more than 3,500 players in order to break the record number of 8,773 entrants – a record that has stood since 2006 when Gold became the world champion. Day 1d is anticipated to attract the most number of players by a large margin, so the record is well within reach. And even if the record is not broken by the end of Day 1d, registration will remain open through the first two levels of both Day 2s.

Day 1d gets underway on July 6 at 12 p.m. local time. Blind structures remain the same as previous Day 1s, and play will last for five 120-minute levels. Twenty-minute breaks will be held after each level, and a 75-minute dinner break will commence after level three.

Be sure to stick with PokerNews as we continue to bring you all the action for Day 1d, which is sure to draw the most players, heartache, and elation yet here at the 2023 World Series of Poker Main Event!

Tags: Christopher BrammerDamian SalasDan CatesDarren EliasErik SeidelEspen JorstadGreg RaymerJoe McKeehenJohnny ChanKevin MartinMaria HoMartin JacobsonNadya MagnusPhil HellmuthRyan Riess

Official End of Day 1c Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 5 : Blinds 300/600, 600 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Christopher Brammer gb
Christopher Brammer
386,100 91,100
Day 2ABC Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Michael Banducci us
Michael Banducci
292,600 292,600
WSOP 1X Winner
Lawrence Chang us
Lawrence Chang
280,900 280,900
Roman Valerstein us
Roman Valerstein
273,300 153,300
Michael Pinto nl
Michael Pinto
266,600 8,100
Daniel Kirsch ca
Daniel Kirsch
252,800 252,800
Thomas Cannuli us
Thomas Cannuli
248,100 248,100
Adrian Buckley us
Adrian Buckley
245,000 245,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Patrick Beuter gb
Patrick Beuter
244,200 23,200
Keith Cummins ie
Keith Cummins
244,000 9,000
Nicholas Willie us
Nicholas Willie
242,700 16,700
Quan Qiu cn
Quan Qiu
234,000 234,000
Robert Coakley us
Robert Coakley
232,800 232,800
Stanislav Halatenko ua
Stanislav Halatenko
231,000 231,000
Shawn Stroke us
Shawn Stroke
229,000 229,000
Robert Russ us
Robert Russ
228,900 138,900
Thomas Zanot us
Thomas Zanot
222,000 222,000
Pakinai Lisawad th
Pakinai Lisawad
219,800 219,800
Anthony Ibrahim us
Anthony Ibrahim
219,500 -78,500
Daniel Neilson au
Daniel Neilson
218,800 218,800
Lester Edoc ph
Lester Edoc
218,300 300
Connor Drinan us
Connor Drinan
217,700 217,700
WSOP 1X Winner
Julio Belluscio ar
Julio Belluscio
214,000 214,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Juan Lopez us
Juan Lopez
210,000 210,000
Heitor Saraiva us
Heitor Saraiva
206,800 206,800

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Aldemir Runs Kings into Aces

Livello 5 : Blinds 300/600, 600 ante
Koray Aldemir
Koray Aldemir

In the dying seconds of the night, Koray Aldemir became the first former Main Event champion to be eliminated from the 2023 WSOP Main Event. According to the dealer, the 2021 champ looked down at KxKx and three-bet to 5,800 after n raise to 1,400.

Another player put in a cold four-bet to 15,000 and Aldemir shoved after two minutes. His opponent snap-called AxAx and Aldemir's Main Event came to an end after five blanks hit the board.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Koray Aldemir de
Koray Aldemir
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 1X Winner

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Bad Beat for Aguero

Livello 5 : Blinds 300/600, 600 ante
Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero

During one of the last hands of the day, on a heads-up flop of K410, Sergio Aguero checked over to his opponent, Michael Monroig, who bet 3,000.

Aguero quickly made the call and the two went to the turn 9 where Monroig continued for 6,500 and Aguero check-called again.

The river came the 5 and Aguero checked to Monroig once more who fired for 11,500 but Aguero showed no fear and quickly called.

"Straight," Monroig announced as he tabled QJ for a turned straight while Aguero flipped over K9 for a turned two-pair that was unfortunately not enough to win the pot and it was shipped over to Monroig.

Even with this loss, the famous footballer still has a healthy stack of 87,000 to take with him into Day 2 of the WSOP Main Event.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Michael Monroig us
Michael Monroig
170,000 50,500
Sergio Aguero ar
Sergio Aguero
87,000 -16,800

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Spicy Flop for Spragg

Livello 5 : Blinds 300/600, 600 ante

Action was picked up on the turn with players heads up and the board reading J369. Marle Spragg bet 4,000 from out of position and received a call from her opponent.

On the 8 river Spragg bet again for 10,300, leaving only 2,100 behind. Her opponent look pained as he made the call.

Spragg tabled 52 for a combo draw on the flop that turned into a flush on the turn and her opponent mucked.

"Spicy flop" Spragge commented as she scooped the pot

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Marle Spragg us
Marle Spragg
40,000 -2,000

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Nistala Shoves River and Shows A Massive Bluff

Livello 5 : Blinds 300/600, 600 ante
Sreekanth Nistala
Sreekanth Nistala

PokerNews was called over to a table with Sreekanth Nistala and another play heads up on a the turn with close to 100,000 already in the middle.

The late position player had raised pre-flop with the button putting in a three-bet. Nistala then put in a four-bet from the small blind and the initial late position raiser tossed out a five-bet.

The button folded and Nistala made the call to see the 275 flop. Nistala checked and his opponent bet out 16,000. Nistala called and brought out the Q on the turn.

Action checked through and the dealer put the 7 out on the river.

Nistala open-jammed for enough to put his late position opponent all in. The player in late position entered a very long tank, thinking for about three to four minutes.

Eventually, he uncapped his cards, checked them one last time and slid them into the muck, causing Nistala jump from his chair and slam the AK face up in the middle of the table.

His opponent revealed that he had folded KxKx as Nistala collected the pot and celebrated a successful massive bluf with about 15 minutes left if the day.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Sreekanth Nistala us
Sreekanth Nistala
203,300 102,300

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