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2023 World Series of Poker

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

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
1,250,000 / 2,500,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 5
Giocatori Rimasti

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

Giorno 5 completo

Big Names Bite the Dust on Day 5 of 2023 WSOP Main Event; Hall Bags Monster Stack

Livello 25 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Zachary Hall
Zachary Hall

Day 5 of the 2023 World Series of Poker Main Event has come to a close at Horseshoe, Las Vegas, with the field whittled down to its last 149 players.

Holding the top spot heading into Day 6 is Zachary Hall, who ended the session with a stack of 16,310,000. Interestingly, Hall was once the poker coach of Ethan "Rampage" Yau, who is rooting for his former mentor from various Las Vegas card rooms.

Yau explained on Twitter that it was Hall who showed him the ropes when he was grinding $1/$3 cash games.

Hot on Hall's heels is Bryan Obregon and Liran Betito, who bagged and tagged an impressive 12,295,000 and 11,140,000 respectively.

Notable names still in contention for the poker’s most sought-after accolade are Nate Silver (2,130,000), Masato Yokosawa (6,740,000) and British grinder Andrew Hulme (11,065,000).

WSOP Main Event Top Ten Chip Counts

RankNameCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Zachary HallUnited States16,310,000204
2Bryan ObregonUnited States12,295,000154
3Liran BetitoIsrael11,140,000139
4Andrew HulmeUnited Kingdom11,065,000138
5Joshua PayneUnited States9,850,000123
6Anirban DasIndia9,230,000115
7Tony DunstUnited States8,285,000104
8Glenn FishbeinUnited States8,265,000103
9Jonathan ThermeFrance7,900,00099
10Jack O'NeillUnited Kingdom7,735,00097

Action From Day 5

Day 5 of the Main Event began with 441 players, and the eliminations came thick and fast, with some of poker’s biggest stars finding themselves on the wrong side of the rail.

Jason Koon
Jason Koon

High stakes crushers Jason Koon and Chris Brewer were ousted in the opening level with the former suffering a particularly bad beat. Koon was all in and at risk with pocket kings and was the favorite against his opponent’s pocket tens. Koon flopped a set but was removed from the table after his adversary rivered Broadway.

Brewer, who has finally experienced a dose of run good this summer with two bracelet wins under his belt, lost a flip with jacks to a tablemate's ace-king.

It was also confirmed that there would be no repeat Main Event winner as the last remaining champions exited in the first half of the day. Chris Moneymaker jammed into kings while Joe Hachem was stacked by a rivered flush.

Nicholas Rigby, who has made the headlines again following another Main Event deep run, won one of the largest pots of the day against Chance Kornuth.

The “Dirty Diaper” lover picked up a real hand and dragged in a 200-big blind pot after his aces remained best against Kornuth’s suited ace-king.

Last year’s third-place finisher Michael Duek headed to payout desk in the penultimate level of Day 5 while pro football Hall of Famer Richard Seymour was another famous face to fall short of making Day 6.

Hands of the Day

There were plenty of hands on Day 5 that would be fitting in any tournament highlight reel. At the top of the list today was a three-way all in between Stuart Taylor, Ryan Brown and the beloved Bill Klein.

Taylor got it in with ace-queen, only to run into Klein’s kings and Brown’s aces.

Klein flopped a set of kings to be the huge favorite, but Taylor went runner-runner to make Broadway and survived in the unlikeliest of circumstances.

Will Kassouf’s nine-high like a boss hand may have been eclipsed by Daniel Vampan. The American got Toby Lewis to fold the nut flush on a paired board with just eight-high!

Another corker was when Tony Dunst and Joey Spanne played a ten million chip pot. The action was tense during the hand, but it ended up in a chop as both players had aces.

Dunst is also among those returning for Day 6, as he bagged 8,250,000.

Plan for Day 6

Main Event, Feature Table, Production, Main Stage, Thunderdome
Main Event, Feature Table, Production, Main Stage, Thunderdome

The next step of the Main Event begins on Wednesday, July 12, at 12 p.m. local time, where the 149 players will play another five two-hour levels.

Play resumes on Level 26, where the blinds will be 40,000/80,000/80,000.

The players will have a 20-minute break after each of the first two levels. They will then go on a 75-minute dinner break after Level 23 (approx. 6:45 p.m.). There will be another short break after Level 24, and anyone with chips in front of them by the end of Level 25 will book their seat for Day 7.

Those still in the Main Event have locked up $67,700, but of course, all eyes will be on the $12,100,000 that awaits the winner in a few days' time.

As always, stick with PokerNews to keep up with all the action from the record-breaking 2023 WSOP Main Event.

Tags: Bill KleinChance KornuthChris BrewerChris MoneymakerDaniel VampanJason KoonJoe HachemJoey SpanneMichael DuekNicholas RigbyRichard SeymourRyan BrownStuart TaylorToby LewisTony DunstWill KassoufZachary Hall

Seat Draw for Day 6

Livello 25 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6051Roman HrabecCzech Republic1,415,00018
Horseshoe6052Daniel ScrogginsUnited States7,100,00089
Horseshoe6053Anirban DasIndia9,230,000115
Horseshoe6054John DuthieUnited Kingdom1,510,00019
Horseshoe6055Rodrigo MotokiBrazil3,790,00047
Horseshoe6056Ludovic GeilichUnited Kingdom4,955,00062
Horseshoe6057Tony DamUnited States900,00011
Horseshoe6058Juan Maceiras LapidoSpain4,790,00060
Horseshoe6059Koveh WayseiUnited States4,335,00054
Horseshoe6061Jacob SachsUnited States1,440,00018
Horseshoe6062Fausto ValdezUnited States1,465,00018
Horseshoe6063Ryan AndradaUnited States1,105,00014
Horseshoe6064Andrei BogheanRomania4,500,00056
Horseshoe6066Daisuke GotoJapan5,535,00069
Horseshoe6067Matt KieferUnited States1,495,00019
Horseshoe6068David RichardsUnited States945,00012
Horseshoe6069Clement RichezFrance5,000,00063
Horseshoe6071Drew SoikUnited States6,255,00078
Horseshoe6072Charlie ChiuTaiwan3,245,00041
Horseshoe6073Sam SteinUnited States4,450,00056
Horseshoe6074Matthias AuerAustria3,610,00045
Horseshoe6075Bryan ObregonUnited States12,295,000154
Horseshoe6076Osman IhlamurTurkey5,890,00074
Horseshoe6077David MzareulovAzerbaijan790,00010
Horseshoe6078Daniel DzianAustraliaa4,935,00062
Horseshoe6079Pierpaola LamannaItaly6,880,00086
Horseshoe6081Daniel VampanUnited States5,400,00068
Horseshoe6082Yehuda DayanIsrael5,125,00064
Horseshoe6083David Cossio-RuizUnited States3,015,00038
Horseshoe6085Alexander VillaCanada4,490,00056
Horseshoe6086Keanu TabaliUnited States3,205,00040
Horseshoe6087Christopher KimmelUnited States6,250,00078
Horseshoe6088Estelle CohuetSpain3,380,00042
Horseshoe6089Krzysztof MielnikPoland890,00011
Horseshoe6131Aaron SpeerUnited States4,675,00058
Horseshoe6132Ahmad PopalUnited States2,200,00028
Horseshoe6133Karim ChaturCanada1,280,00016
Horseshoe6134Aditya SystlaIndia5,945,00074
Horseshoe6135Diego D'AquilioItaly1,585,00020
Horseshoe6136Benjamin GriseUnited States1,680,00021
Horseshoe6137Michael BerkUnited States2,470,00031
Horseshoe6138Carlos Henrique Da SilvaBrazil4,630,00058
Horseshoe6139Scott BerkoUnited Kingdom5,500,00069
Horseshoe6141Joe GhioUnited States2,640,00033
Horseshoe6142Robert CoakleyUnited States2,690,00034
Horseshoe6143Maurice HawkinsUnited States6,145,00077
Horseshoe6144Hilton LabordaBrazil2,560,00032
Horseshoe6145Chris LeeUnited States940,00012
Horseshoe6147Ping LiuUnited States690,0009
Horseshoe6148Mikael BerrioFrance2,875,00036
Horseshoe6149Daniel HolznerItaly2,735,00034
Horseshoe6151Matthew WantmanUnited States1,945,00024
Horseshoe6152Jonathan ThermeFrance7,900,00099
Horseshoe6153Cong PhamUnited States4,800,00060
Horseshoe6154Daniel WeinmanUnited States5,340,00067
Horseshoe6155Timothy FaroUnited States1,315,00016
Horseshoe6156Danny GroganUnited Kingdom5,820,00073
Horseshoe6157Alec TorelliUnited States3,600,00045
Horseshoe6158Clemen DengUnited States6,665,00083
Horseshoe6159Joey SpanneUnited States3,975,00050
Horseshoe6161Ezequiel LebedArgentina700,0009
Horseshoe6162Hunter FreyUnited States4,080,00051
Horseshoe6163Mark SpradlinUnited States1,730,00022
Horseshoe6164Harsheel KothariUnited States7,075,00088
Horseshoe6165Alejandro PerezUnited States8,075,000101
Horseshoe6166Brian DavisUnited States1,550,00019
Horseshoe6167Zachary RyanUnited States1,670,00021
Horseshoe6168Christian HarderUnited States1,295,00016
Horseshoe6169Richard RyderUnited States4,445,00056
Horseshoe6221Jordan WestmorlandUnited States3,760,00047
Horseshoe6222Ivan RubanRussia3,315,00041
Horseshoe6223Liran BetitoIsrael11,140,000139
Horseshoe6224Mason ViethUnited States2,680,00034
Horseshoe6225Sergio TorresColombia4,110,00051
Horseshoe6226Ryan TosocUnited States7,625,00095
Horseshoe6227Diego RamosCanada4,300,00054
Horseshoe6228Viliyan PetleshkovBulgaria4,300,00054
Horseshoe6229Vitor BengoziBrazil1,965,00025
Horseshoe6231Dean HutchisonUnited Kingdom2,000,00025
Horseshoe6232Quang VuUnited States5,915,00074
Horseshoe6233Spencer TaylorUnited States2,410,00030
Horseshoe6234Ruslan PrydrykUkraine4,610,00058
Horseshoe6235Jack O'NeillUnited Kingdom7,735,00097
Horseshoe6236Kunal ShahUnited States4,500,50056
Horseshoe6237Ryan BrownUnited States6,830,00085
Horseshoe6238Luis DornelesBrazil2,430,00030
Horseshoe6239Eduards RakussLatvia2,050,00026
Horseshoe6241Tim Van LooAustria7,725,00097
Horseshoe6242Masato YokosawaJapan674,0008
Horseshoe6243Shang DaiUnited States2,930,00037
Horseshoe6244Yuichi AkanumaJapan1,630,00020
Horseshoe6245Raj VohraUnited States7,650,00096
Horseshoe6246Orestis KanakopoulosUnited States5,765,00072
Horseshoe6247Fabio MirandaPortugal3,145,00039
Horseshoe6248Logan HooverUnited States3,910,00049
Horseshoe6249Nathan PaytasUnited States1,275,00016
Horseshoe6251Pavel DyachenkoCanada6,075,00076
Horseshoe6252Ryan CasalyUnited States4,375,00055
Horseshoe6253Andrey PateychukRussia5,965,00075
Horseshoe6254Rene LazaroHungary3,480,00044
Horseshoe6255Frank BonacciUnited States4,375,00055
Horseshoe6256Charles MeltonUnited States2,970,00037
Horseshoe6257Manh NguyenUnited States3,640,00046
Horseshoe6258Patrick TardifCanada2,040,00026
Horseshoe6259Hunter BarnettUnited States2,500,00031
Horseshoe6261Allen ChangUnited States800,00010
Horseshoe6262Adam WaltonUnited States3,625,00045
Horseshoe6263Eric SchneiderUnited States4,500,00056
Horseshoe6264Lorenzo Santos RodriguezFrance720,0009
Horseshoe6265Joshua PayneUnited States9,850,000123
Horseshoe6266Artem MetalidiUkraine3,805,00048
Horseshoe6267Thomas ClackUnited Kingdom2,510,00031
Horseshoe6268Nicholas GerrityUnited States4,200,00053
Horseshoe6269James JeffreyUnited States4,415,00055
Horseshoe6281Toby LewisUnited Kingdom4,275,00053
Horseshoe6282Allen ShenCanada3,090,00039
Horseshoe6283Mark TeltscherUnited Kingdom2,320,00029
Horseshoe6284Michael BrownUnited States1,780,00022
Horseshoe6285Mitchell HalversonUnited States5,950,00074
Horseshoe6286Christopher RuchUnited States1,200,00015
Horseshoe6287Sachin JoshiUnited Kingdom2,975,00037
Horseshoe6288Sean TrohaUnited States2,125,00027
Horseshoe6289Andrew DeaUnited States6,870,00086
Horseshoe6291Steven JonesUnited States2,770,00035
Horseshoe6292Luis YepezVenezuela670,0008
Horseshoe6293John RacenerUnited States7,670,00096
Horseshoe6294Nicholas RigbyUnited States1,650,00021
Horseshoe6295Glenn FishbeinUnited States8,265,000103
Horseshoe6297Sundiata DevoreUnited States1,665,00021
Horseshoe6298Jan-Peter JachtmannGermany5,465,00068
Horseshoe6299Amit MakhijaUnited States6,045,00076
Horseshoe6311Nikita LutherIndia4,380,00055
Horseshoe6312Oscar AlacheChile3,245,00041
Horseshoe6313Henry ChanUnited States2,770,00035
Horseshoe6314Nate SilverUnited States2,130,00027
Horseshoe6315Stephen FriedrichUnited States1,465,00018
Horseshoe6316Andrew HulmeUnited Kingdom11,065,000138
Horseshoe6317Jason MagnicariUnited States3,200,00040
Horseshoe6318Tony DunstUnited States8,285,000104
Horseshoe6319Gabi LivshitzIsrael5,680,00071
Horseshoe6321Yudai FutaiJapan3,415,00043
Horseshoe6322Steven SpuntUnited States4,805,00060
Horseshoe6323Mike LancasterUnited States4,130,00052
Horseshoe6324Tinay AksoyTurkey3,330,00042
Horseshoe6325Jose AguileraSpain885,00011
Horseshoe6326Zachary HallUnited States16,310,000204
Horseshoe6327Yaroslav OhulchanskyiUnited Kingdom1,270,00016
Horseshoe6328Bradley MoskowitzUnited States4,455,00056
Horseshoe6329Ryan TamaniniUnited States5,000,00063

Official End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 25 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Zachary Hall us
Zachary Hall
16,310,000 310,000
Day 5 Chip Leader
Bryan Obregon us
Bryan Obregon
12,295,000 -1,405,000
Liran Betito il
Liran Betito
11,140,000 -710,000
Andrew Hulme gb
Andrew Hulme
11,065,000 -735,000
Joshua Payne us
Joshua Payne
9,850,000 -400,000
Day 6 Chip Leader
Anirban Das in
Anirban Das
9,230,000 -410,000
Tony Dunst us
Tony Dunst
8,285,000 1,285,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Glenn Fishbein us
Glenn Fishbein
8,265,000 165,000
Alejandro Perez es
Alejandro Perez
8,075,000 2,975,000
Jonathan Therme fr
Jonathan Therme
7,900,000 1,300,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jack O'Neill gb
Jack O'Neill
7,735,000 3,475,000
Tim Van Loo de
Tim Van Loo
7,725,000 325,000
John Racener us
John Racener
7,670,000 -150,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Raj Vohra us
Raj Vohra
7,650,000 -350,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Ryan Tosoc us
Ryan Tosoc
7,625,000 -375,000
Day 4 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Daniel Scroggins us
Daniel Scroggins
7,100,000 -150,000
Harsheel Kothari us
Harsheel Kothari
7,075,000 1,925,000
Pierpaola Lamanna it
Pierpaola Lamanna
6,880,000 -1,040,000
Andrew Dea us
Andrew Dea
6,870,000 -1,680,000
Ryan Brown us
Ryan Brown
6,830,000 -85,000
Masato Yokosawa jp
Masato Yokosawa
6,740,000 2,340,000
Clemen Deng us
Clemen Deng
6,665,000 3,105,000
Drew Soik us
Drew Soik
6,255,000 1,655,000
Christopher Kimmel us
Christopher Kimmel
6,250,000 250,000
Maurice Hawkins us
Maurice Hawkins
6,145,000 2,645,000
Day 2D Chip Leader

Leggi tutto

Day 5 Completed

Livello 25 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

An unofficial 149 players have advanced from Day 5 as all chips are now bagged and tagged for the night. Full chip counts and a recap of today's action are to follow.

The Hoover Dam Doesn't Break

Livello 25 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Logan Hoover
Logan Hoover

During the final hands of the night, Logan Hoover clashed with Yuichi Akanuma as the most classic setup unfolded when the latter three-bet to 350,000 and then got it in.

Logan Hoover: AA
Yuichi Akanuma: KK

The board ran out J7338 and Hoover doubled for 1,910,000 to end the day on a high note.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Logan Hoover us
Logan Hoover
3,900,000 1,400,000
Yuichi Akanuma jp
Yuichi Akanuma
1,675,000 270,000

Tags: Logan HooverYuichi Akanuma

Vieth Makes a Big Fold

Livello 25 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

With the board reading K92J5 and just under 2,000,000 in the pot, Daniel Scroggins checked, and Mason Vieth bet 1,450,000. Scroggins then announced all in with a covering stack, putting a visibly frustrated Vieth deep into the tank.

After roughly four minutes, Vieth folded 99 for a set face up, and Scroggins collected a colossal pot without having to go to showdown.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Daniel Scroggins us
Daniel Scroggins
7,250,000 1,850,000
Mason Vieth us
Mason Vieth
2,650,000 -2,850,000

Tags: Daniel ScrogginsMason Vieth

Three More Hands

Livello 25 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

With 152 players left, according to the tournament info screens, the clocks have been stopped. Another three hands will be played for tonight before all those with chips at their disposal get to bag and tag.

Yokosawa Takes One from Therme

Livello 25 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

Masato Yokosawa opened to 125,000 in the cutoff, and Jonathan Therme called on the button.

The flop came Q97, and Yokosawa check-called a bet of 150,000.

When the 5 hit the turn, Yokosawa check-called another bet of 600,000.

Both players checked the 2 river, and Yokosawa tabled A9 before Therme mucked his hand.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Jonathan Therme fr
Jonathan Therme
6,600,000 -1,500,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Masato Yokosawa jp
Masato Yokosawa
4,400,000 -100,000

Tags: Jonathan ThermeMasato Yokosawa

Spunt Quacks His Way to a Win

Livello 25 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

Steven Spunt raised to 125,000 in middle position and picked up three callers along the way. The flop came 742 and Ryan Casaly led out with a bet of 150,000 from the small blind. Spunt raised to 400,000 and Casaly called.

The 7 paired the board on the turn and both players checked to the 10 on the river. Casaly checked again and Spunt threw out a bet of 700,000. Casaly deliberated for a minute before making the call. Spunt tabled 22 for a full house and Casaly conceded the pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Steven Spunt us
Steven Spunt
4,850,000 350,000
Ryan Casaly us
Ryan Casaly
4,400,000 -100,000

Tags: Ryan CasalySteven Spunt