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2024 World Series of Poker

Giorni 1
Event Info

2024 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Vincitore
Mano Vincente
75432
Premio
$347,440
Event Info
Buy-in
$10,000
Montepremi
$1,385,700
Entries
149
Informazioni livello
Livello
26
Limiti
120,000 / 2,400,000
Ante
0
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 1
Entries
125
Giocatori Rimasti
65

Bryce Yockey, Defending Champ Benny Glaser Highlight Surviving Players on Day 1 of the $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Championship

Livello 9 : Limits 3,000/6,000, 0 ante
Bryce Yockey
Bryce Yockey

Bryce Yockey waited seven years to win his second World Series of Poker bracelet when he took down the $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha event earlier this series. His quest for a third might be a lot shorter.

Yockey ended Day 1 of Event #29: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship among the chip leaders with 213,000. He’s joined atop the leaderboard by fellow bracelet winners Naoya Kihara (237,000), Calvin Anderson (210,500), and Jason Mercier (206,500) as 65 players will return tomorrow.

End of Day 1 Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChipsBig Bets
1Naoya KiharaJapan237,00040
2Marco JohnsonUnited States227,00038
3Bryce YockeyUnited States213,00036
4Calvin AndersonUnited States210,50035
5Jason MercierUnited States206,50034
6Danny NoamUnited States201,50034
7Danny TangHong Kong199,00033
8Bin WengUnited States196,50033
9Taylor WilsonUnited States196,00033
10Maxx ColemanUnited States196,00033

Defending champion Benny Glaser also advanced to Day 2 with 195,500, as did Bin Weng (196,500), Chino Rheem (175,500), Jeremy Ausmus (175,000), Chad Eveslage (162,500), and Nacho Barbero (155,000). Further down the leaderboard are Allen Kessler (123,500), Eric Wasserson (115,000), Paul Volpe (95,000), last year’s runner-up Oscar Johansson (82,500), and Yuri Dzivielevski (51,000).

Benny Glaser
Benny Glaser

A total of 125 players entered over the course of the day, putting the event on pace to surpass last year’s field of 130 with late registration still open for the first hour of Day 2. Among the players to miss out on bagging up for the night were Daniel Negreanu, Mike Matusow, Dylan Weisman, and Scott Seiver.

Day 2 resumes tomorrow (June 11) at 1 p.m. local time inside the Horseshoe Event Center. The action picks up on Level 10 with blinds of 1,500-3,000 and 3,000-6,000 limits. Levels 10-13 will be 60 minutes long before extending to 90 minutes with Level 14. Play will last eight levels on Day 2 before a champion is crowned on June 12.

PokerNews will be back tomorrow providing live updates from this star-studded field.

Tags: Allen KesslerBenny GlaserBin WengBryce YockeyCalvin AndersonChad EveslageChino RheemDaniel NegreanuDylan WeismanEric WassersonJason MercierJeremy AusmusMike MatusowNacho BarberoNaoya KiharaOscar JohanssonPaul VolpeScott SeiverYuri Dzivielevski