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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 6
Giocatori Rimasti

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

Giorno 6 completo

Bringing The Payne: Only 49 Left After Day 6 of 2023 WSOP Main Event

Livello 30 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante
Joshua Payne
Joshua Payne

Only 49 hopefuls remain from a record-breaking field of 10,043 players in Event #76: $10,000 WSOP Main Event World Championship at the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP) after another five levels of play on a Day 6 marked by bad beats and the dropping of big names.

Leading the way is Joshua Payne with a stack of 47,950,000 after a late-night surge that included felting Day 5 chip leader Zachary Hall. The 23-year-old, who played much of the day in a pair of sleek cyborg sunglasses, is after just his third WSOP cash, including a 553rd-place finish in last year's Main Event for $25,500.

End of Day 6 Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Joshua PayneUnited States47,950,000192
2Juan Maceiras LapidoSpain40,500,000162
3Daniel WeinmanUnited States24,375,00098
4Richard RyderUnited States22,650,00091
5Tim Van LooAustria21,700,00087
6Alec TorelliUnited States21,075,00084
7Daniel ScrogginsUnited States20,800,00083
8Pierpaola LamannaItaly18,875,00076
9Nicholas GerrityUnited States18,075,00072
10Ryan TamaniniUnited States17,325,00069

Next in line is Spain's Juan Maceiras Lapido, who is looking to add to his $1.1 million in live earnings and to improve on a fifth-place finish in the 2011 EPT Madrid Grand Final that brought him a career-best $467,532. A result of 13th place or better will do that for him.

Others toward the top of the counts include Conscious Poker founder Alec Torelli (21,075,000) include Daniel Scroggins (20,800,000), who mentioned on Day 5 that he was wearing a watch worth somewhere around $150,000. The Kentuckian would be able to buy another 80 of those watches should he win the record-breaking $12,100,000 first-place prize.

Other's still alive in the biggest WSOP Main Event in history include popular Japanese poker vlogger Masato Yokosawa, esteemed British pro Toby Lewis, and bracelet winner Daniel Weinman, who took a break from the action to pose with his friend Josh Arieh as he won his second bracelet of the series across the room.

Masato Yokosawa
Masato Yokosawa

Rigby's Reign Ends, Last Two Women Standing Depart

With several short stacks among the 149 players who started the day, it didn't take long for the eliminations to pile up and for tables to break inside the energetic and relatively packed Horseshoe Events Center.

Among the first to exit on Day 6 were France's Lorenzo Santos Rodriguez (149th - $67,700), Americans David Mzareulov (147th - $67,700) and Tony Dam (144th - $67,700) and Day 1a chip leader Yehuda Dayan (135th - $67,700).

Another Day 1 chip leader, Nicholas Rigby, who has been a prime source of entertainment throughout each day of action, had his second deep WSOP Main Event reach an end as he took a tough beat on a feature table.

The "Dirty Diaper" lover found himself all in and at risk with jacks against the Big Slick of Diego D'Aquilio, a classic flip as the flop landed 10J2 to give Rigby a big lead with top set. But as fate would have it, the board finished out 6Q and D'Aquilio spiked the four-outer on the river to end Rigby's reign of terror.

Yet another chip leader had a no-good Day 6. Day 5 chip leader Hall had a tumultuous day that included jamming into a set to double up Torelli. Hall spent the rest of the night short and was eliminated shortly after the floor announced the final four hands.

Meanwhile, statistician Nate Silver, the highest-profile player in the Day 6 field, lost a sick one that no pollster could have predicted when his set of sixes was pipped by Henry Chan's set of sevens.

Nate Silver
Nate Silver

Popular players taking beats was a familiar storyline on Day 6. Renowned poker commentator Tony Dunst spent most of the day under the feature table cameras until he was shown the light by Andrew Hulme, who managed to river a straight flush to crush the regular straight of Dunst.

There was plenty of attention on the last two women in the field, India's Nikita Luther and France's Estelle Cohuet. Luther, a bracelet winner who took down 2018's Tag Team event, bowed out in 96th place to win $78,900 and confirm Cohuet's title as the last woman standing.

Estelle Cohuet
Estelle Cohuet

The Winamax pro laddered a bit before getting all in with king-ten and failing to improve against the ace-queen of Raj Vohra. The 68th-place finish brought Cohuet a career-best $130,300 in what she told PokerNews was her first WSOP Main Event.

Others who fell late in the day include 2010 Main Event runner-up John Racener (53rd - $188,400), Allen Chang (56th - $156,100), James Jeffrey (60th - $156,100) and Andrew Dea (62nd - $156,100)

Day 7 of the Main Event is slated to kick off Thursday at noon local time as it moves closer to a winner. The plan is to play another five levels, each slated for two hours in duration with a 75-minute dinner break after the third level.

Stay with the PokerNews live reporting team tomorrow and the rest of the tournament as the record-breaking Main Event inches closer to crowning a champion.

Tags: Alec TorelliAllen ChangAndrew DeaAndrew HulmeDaniel ScrogginsEstelle CohuetHenry Chan'sJames JeffreyJohn RacenerJosh AriehJoshua PayneJuan MaceirasJuan Maceiras LapidoLorenzo Santos RodriguezMasato YokosawaNate SilverNicholas RigbyNikita LutherRaj VohraTony DamYehuda DayanZachary Hall

Seat Draw for Day 7

Livello 30 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6221Alec TorelliUnited States21,075,00084
Horseshoe6222Carlos Henrique Ferreira SilvaBrazil10,975,00044
Horseshoe6223Daniel ScrogginsUnited States20,800,00083
Horseshoe6224Yaroslav OhulchanskyiUnited Kingdom3,250,00013
Horseshoe6225Jose Ignacio AguileraSpain14,950,00060
Horseshoe6226Eric SchneiderUnited States6,025,00024
Horseshoe6227Anirban DasItaly13,375,00054
Horseshoe6228Jack O'NeillUnited Kingdom11,825,00047
Horseshoe6229Ryan TamaniniUnited States17,325,00069
Horseshoe6231Steven JonesUnited States6,250,00025
Horseshoe6233Bryan ObregonUnited States10,425,00042
Horseshoe6234Michael BerkUnited States5,875,00024
Horseshoe6235Daniel VampanUnited States17,000,00068
Horseshoe6236Masato YokosawaJapan3,175,00013
Horseshoe6237Joshua PayneUnited States47,950,000192
Horseshoe6238Alexander VillaCanada11,725,00047
Horseshoe6239Harsheel KothariUnited States1,600,0006
Horseshoe6251Ryan TosocUnited States9,450,00038
Horseshoe6252Mitchell HalversonUnited States1,150,0005
Horseshoe6253Christopher KimmelUnited States15,900,00064
Horseshoe6254Raj VohraUnited States4,300,00017
Horseshoe6255Andrew HulmeUnited Kingdom11,725,00047
Horseshoe6256Daniel HolznerItaly2,050,0008
Horseshoe6257Logan HooverUnited States4,950,00020
Horseshoe6258Juan Maceiras LapidoSpain40,500,000162
Horseshoe6281Dean HutchisonUnited Kingdom10,800,00043
Horseshoe6282Cong PhamUnited States13,200,00053
Horseshoe6283Richard RyderUnited States22,650,00091
Horseshoe6284Mark TeltscherUnited Kingdom9,300,00037
Horseshoe6285Toby LewisUnited Kingdom15,250,00061
Horseshoe6287Andrey PateychukRussia8,050,00032
Horseshoe6288Pierpaola LamannaItaly18,875,00076
Horseshoe6289Scott BerkoUnited Kingdom3,900,00016
Horseshoe6291Tim Van LooAustria21,700,00087
Horseshoe6292Frank BonacciUnited States6,450,00026
Horseshoe6293Sam SteinUnited States7,875,00032
Horseshoe6294Adam WaltonUnited States12,225,00049
Horseshoe6295Jan-Peter JachtmannGermany14,975,00060
Horseshoe6296Nicholas GerrityUnited States18,075,00072
Horseshoe6297Henry ChanUnited States16,675,00067
Horseshoe6298Pavel DyachenkoCanada2,575,00010
Horseshoe6311Matthew WantmanUnited States4,425,00018
Horseshoe6313Diego DaquilioItaly7,800,00031
Horseshoe6314Daniel WeinmanUnited States24,375,00098
Horseshoe6315Sachin JoshiUnited States13,350,00053
Horseshoe6316Ruslan PrydrykUkraine14,150,00057
Horseshoe6317Gabi LivshitzIsrael10,300,00041
Horseshoe6318Maurice HawkinsUnited States4,475,00018
Horseshoe6319Joe GhioUnited States8,725,00035

End-of-Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 30 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Joshua Payne us
Joshua Payne
47,950,000 3,150,000
Day 6 Chip Leader
Juan Maceiras es
Juan Maceiras
40,500,000 1,500,000
Day 7 Chip Leader
Daniel Weinman us
Daniel Weinman
24,375,000 1,225,000
Main Event Champion
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 2X Winner
Richard Ryder us
Richard Ryder
22,650,000 1,650,000
Tim Van Loo de
Tim Van Loo
21,700,000 1,700,000
Alec Torelli us
Alec Torelli
21,075,000 -725,000
Daniel Scroggins us
Daniel Scroggins
20,800,000 -6,200,000
Ryan Tamanini us
Ryan Tamanini
19,200,000 2,200,000
Pierpaola Lamanna it
Pierpaola Lamanna
18,875,000 -1,425,000
Nicholas Gerrity us
Nicholas Gerrity
18,075,000 2,175,000
Daniel Vampan us
Daniel Vampan
17,000,000 -1,600,000
Henry Chan us
Henry Chan
16,675,000 2,575,000
Christopher Kimmel us
Christopher Kimmel
15,900,000 -1,125,000
Toby Lewis gb
Toby Lewis
15,250,000 2,250,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jan-Peter Jachtmann de
Jan-Peter Jachtmann
14,975,000 525,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jose Aguilera es
Jose Aguilera
14,950,000 5,450,000
Ruslan Prydryk ua
Ruslan Prydryk
14,150,000 5,650,000
Anirban Das in
Anirban Das
13,375,000 -125,000
Sachin Joshi gb
Sachin Joshi
13,350,000 4,325,000
Cong Pham us
Cong Pham
13,200,000 -3,200,000
Adam Walton us
Adam Walton
12,225,000 875,000
Day 8 Chip Leader
Jack O'Neill gb
Jack O'Neill
11,825,000 1,825,000
Alexander Villa ca
Alexander Villa
11,725,000 -275,000
Andrew Hulme gb
Andrew Hulme
11,725,000 1,025,000
Carlos Henrique Da Silva br
Carlos Henrique Da Silva
10,975,000 5,575,000

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Das Loses to Schneider; Gets It Back

Livello 30 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante

Eric Schneider called bets by Anirban Das on the J64 flop for 375,000 and the 2 turn for 525,000. They checked the 3 river and Das showed the QJ, which Schneider had beat with the KJ.

Soon after that, a three-bet pot between them emerged to the Q63 flop. Schneider bet 1,200,000 only for Das to move all-in and force a fold.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Anirban Das in
Anirban Das
13,500,000 3,500,000
Eric Schneider us
Eric Schneider

Tags: Anirban DasEric Schneider

Da Silva Rocks Yokosawa to End the Night

Livello 30 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante
Carlos Henrique Da Silva
Carlos Henrique Da Silva

On the last hand of Day 6, Masato Yokosawa raised to 450,000 with 22 and Carlos Henrique Da Silva defended his big blind with 66.

The 8106 flop gave Da Silva a set and he led out for 425,000. Yokosawa called as the 2 spelled disaster for the Japanese star who made a lower set.

Da Silva bet another 1,100,000 and Yokosawa called to the K river. Da Silva then shoved for 3,325,000 and Yokosawa snap-called, only to discover the bad news as Da Silva's raucous Brazilian rail erupted in celebration.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Carlos Henrique Da Silva br
Carlos Henrique Da Silva
10,900,000 5,500,000
Masato Yokosawa jp
Masato Yokosawa
3,180,000 -6,820,000

Tags: Carlos Henrique Da SilvaMasato Yokosawa

Payne's Late Night Surge Continues

Livello 30 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante

Action was caught on the 3638 board with around 1,700,000 in the middle.

Ryan Tamanini checked from early position and called when Joshua Payne made it 900,000 on his direct left.

The 6 river checked through to showdown.

"Ace-high," announced Tamanini, who had AQ.

"No good," replied Payne as he tabled his 55 for a pair of fives.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Joshua Payne us
Joshua Payne
44,800,000 1,800,000
Day 6 Chip Leader
Ryan Tamanini us
Ryan Tamanini
17,000,000 -2,200,000

Tags: Joshua PayneRyan Tamanini

Richez Gets Poorer Against O'Neill

Livello 30 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante
Clement Richez
Clement Richez

Clement Richez was down to 2,500,000 and moved all in from middle position. Action folded to Jack O'Neill in the big blind who called to put him at risk.

Clement Richez: A9
Jack O'Neill: 55

Richez was racing for a spot in Day 7 and picked up a straight draw on the 42103 board in addition to his overcards, but O'Neill dodged the 3 to send him to the rail near the end of the night.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Jack O'Neill gb
Jack O'Neill
Clément Richez fr
Clément Richez

Tags: Clement RichezJack O'Neill

Start of Day Chip Leader Bows Out

Livello 30 : Blinds 100,000/200,000, 200,000 ante
Zachary Hall
Zachary Hall

Start of day chip leader Zachary Hall has been nursing a short stack as of late and he decided to raise to 1,100,000 from under the gun. This left him with just 1,000,000 behind.

Yaroslav Ohulchanskyi, also a short stack, agonized over the decision before letting his hand go. Action folded to Joshua Payne, who made it 2,500,000 from the hijack.

Daniel Holzner, who was in the small blind, had just 2,150,000 himself and he went into the blender before allowing Hall and Payne to duke it out.

Zachary Hall: KQ
Joshua Payne: 1010

Hall was pleased to see he was flipping, but the 843 flop kept Payne ahead. The 5 turn and 2 river confirmed Hall's exit and he fell late on in Day 6.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Joshua Payne us
Joshua Payne
43,000,000 4,150,000
Day 6 Chip Leader
Zachary Hall us
Zachary Hall
Day 5 Chip Leader

Tags: Joshua PayneZachary Hall