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2024 55th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Thursday, June 13, 2024 to Saturday, June 15, 2024

Event #37: $10,000 Big O Championship

EVENT IN PROGRESS:Level: 13 | Blinds: 3,000/5,000 | Ante: 5,000
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $3,087,600
  • Entries: 332
  • Remaining: 96


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Friday, June 14, 2024 4:04 PM Local Time (about 2 minutes ago)
Schwartz Pays Off Winter

Sean Winter

Sean Winter made it 13,000 to go in the hijack and Jake Schwartz defended his big blind. The     flop was then checked through before the   fell on the turn.

Schwartz checked once more and called once Winter made a bet of 14,000 chips. On the   river, Winter sized up to 48,000, and Schwartz took some time before check-calling again.

Winter tabled       for a full house and the nut low, and Schwartz's cards disappeared into the muck.

Sean Winter425,000133,000
Jake Schwartz75,000-15,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 3:50 PM Local Time (about 15 minutes ago)
Big O Championship Payout Information

Over the course of 12 levels, 332 entries have been made in the $10,000 Big O Championship, creating a prize pool of $3,087,600.

Fifty players will receive a payout of at least $20,306, while the first place will take home $681,998 and the gold bracelet.

Friday, June 14, 2024 3:50 PM Local Time (about 15 minutes ago)
The River Helps Dawson Survive

On a board of      Chad Eveslage and Eric Dawson got all-in with Dawson being the player at risk.

Eric Dawson:      
Chad Eveslage:      

The miracle   on the river improved Dawson to a better full house, keeping him alive in the tournament.

Eric Dawson205,000-59,500
Chad Eveslage120,000-65,500
Gary Bolden0-92,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 3:38 PM Local Time (about 28 minutes ago)
Shing Sends Out Melissourgos

Tsz Shing

Four-way to a flop of    , the action checked to Dimitrios Melissourgos, who made a pot-sized bet of 60,000 chips. Wing Po Liu and John Fauver folded before Tsz Shing tossed in a call.

Dimitrios Melissourgos:      
Tsz Shing:      

The   turn gave Shing a set, and the   river upgraded him to a full house to eliminate his opponent.

Wing Po Liu650,00030,000
Tsz Shing435,00077,000
John Fauver195,00088,500
Dimitrios Melissourgos0-51,500
Simeon Tsonev0-60,000
Freddy Deeb0-261,000
Shiva Dudani0-360,500
Friday, June 14, 2024 3:37 PM Local Time (about 28 minutes ago)
Saliba Immediately Doubles

Dylan Lindsey raised under the gun to 11,000 and Griffin Goodman called from the button. Justin Saliba then committed 50,000 of his chips out of the small blind leaving just a few thousand behind. Lindsey moved all in for the covering stack. After Goodman folded, Saliba made the call and the cards were revealed.

Justin Saliba:      
Dylan Lindsey:      

The board ran out       and Saliba had earned a double up after just entering the tournament.

Justin Saliba135,000135,000
Dylan Lindsey112,000-140,000
Griffin Goodman60,000-45,000
Terrence Schehen0-86,500
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Friday, June 14, 2024 3:30 PM Local Time (about 35 minutes ago)
Koral's Dream Flop

Tom Koral had bet the     flop and then called the shove all-in of Jacob Baumgartner.

Jacob Baumgartner:      
Tom Koral:      

The   turn and   river cemented the elimination of Baumgartner.

Tom Koral515,000113,000
Calvin Anderson60,00060,000
Aaron Kupin60,00060,000
Jacob Baumgartner0-142,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 3:25 PM Local Time (about 40 minutes ago)
Shing and Palmer Chop One Up

Three-way, the action checked to James Palmer in early position on the     flop, who fired a bet of 15,000 chips. Tsz Shing called in the small blind, as did David Kalicka under the gun.

On the   turn, Shing led out for 25,000 and received two calls, after which he sized up to 35,000 on the   river. Kalicka folded but Palmer called it down.

Shing showed       for two pair while Kalicka tabled       for the nut low.

Tsz Shing358,000238,000
David Kalicka120,000-8,500
James Palmer115,00040,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 3:15 PM Local Time (about 51 minutes ago)
Level 13 started
Level: 13
Blinds: 3,000/5,000
Ante: 5,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 3:01 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 4 minutes ago)
First Break of Day 2

The players have been sent on their first 15-minute break of the day.

Friday, June 14, 2024 2:59 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 6 minutes ago)
Chip Counts and New Entries
Wing Po Liu620,00040,000
Dylan Smith473,000286,500
Yuval Bronshtein435,000-130,000
Ashly Butler425,000140,000
P.J. Cha360,000140,000
Sean Winter292,000-38,000
Dylan Weisman290,000-40,000
Jared Bleznick270,000258,000
Michael Rocco230,00058,500
Mike Matusow210,00040,000
Christian Harder180,000-77,000
Anson Tsang150,00045,000
Phil Hellmuth91,00091,000
Nathan Gamble91,00054,000
Scott Seiver60,00060,000
Cary Katz60,00060,000
Carlo van Ravenswoud0-115,000
Jonathan Cohen0-285,000
Brian Hacker0-159,000
Artur Saakyants0-100,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:59 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 6 minutes ago)
Koral Keeps Chipping Up

Alfred Atamian raised to 8,000 under the gun before Tom Koral three-bet to 25,000 in the cutoff. The action folded back to Atamian, who made the call.

Both players went on to check on the     flop before Koral made a bet of 45,000 on the   turn. Atamian check-called the bet, leading to the   river being dealt.

Atamian checked for a third time, after which Koral made a bet of 65,000. Atamian spent a few moments thinking before mucking his cards, shipping the pot to Koral.

Tom Koral402,000221,500
Alfred Atamian245,000-20,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:53 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 12 minutes ago)
Friedman Shows Multiple Nuts

Farid Jattin raised to 8,000 from the cutoff and was called by Adam Friedman in the small blind.

On the     flop, Jattin continued for 8,000 chips and Friedman check-called. The   turn and   river were then knuckled by both players.

"I get it all," Friedman stated before showing       for the nut flush and second nut low. Jattin's cards swiftly hit the muck as Friedman was shipped the small pot.

Farid Jattin643,000-7,000
Adam Friedman275,00025,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:45 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 21 minutes ago)
Kursar Busts

After losing a big hand a few moments ago, Matthew Kursar got all in preflop with Benjamin Miner being the player to put him at risk.

Matthew Kursar:      
Benjamin Miner:      

The board came favorably for Miner as it fell       giving him aces-full and meaning Kursar had been eliminated.

Benjamin Miner225,000155,000
Erick Lindgren0-161,000
Matthew Kursar00
Michael Carter0-29,500
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:43 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 22 minutes ago)
Glaser and Dzivielevski Join as Bust-Out Train Continues
Yuri Dzivielevski60,00060,000
Benny Glaser60,00060,000
Nick Schulman0-98,000
Eric Richards0-60,000
Michael Russell0-115,500
Adam Nattress0-146,500
Matthew Kursar0-62,000
Rami Boukai0-138,500
Ren Lin0-113,000
Sean Remz0-60,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:40 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 25 minutes ago)
Friedman Sends Po to the Rail

Most of the chips had gone in preflop between Adam Friedman and Kenneth Po. When the     flop fell, Po committed his last 20,000 and Friedman made the call.

Kenneth Po:      
Adam Friedman:      

The   turn and   river spelled the end for Po at the hand of Friedman.

Adam Friedman280,00035,000
Kenneth Po0-87,500
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:39 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 27 minutes ago)
Davidson and Savill Chop Up Rawtani

A completed board of       was dealt when Sterling Savill jammed all in for 56,000 from the small blind. Nicholas Davidson then piled in his own stack of 87,000 chips in early position.

The third player in the hand was Nitesh Rawtani, who went deep into the tank. After asking multiple counts of the all-in bets, as well as the 76,000 chip pot.

Eventually, the clock was called on him. Near the end of his countdown, he finally folded his cards.

Savill and Davidson then both tabled the nut straight and the second nut low, chopping the pot.

Nitesh Rawtani225,000-3,500
Nicholas Davidson125,00038,000
Sterling Savill94,00038,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:35 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 30 minutes ago)
Winter More Than Doubles

Sean Winter

Getting to the table there was a three-way all in preflop between John Racener, Matthew Kursar, and Sean Winter

Sean Winter:      
John Racener:      
Matthew Kursar      

The board ran out       giving Winter the best high hand with a six-high straight, and the low was chopped between Racener and Winter, both of whom held ace-deuce for the nut low.

Sean Winter330,000165,500
Matthew Kursar62,000-77,500
John Racener30,500-29,500
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:20 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 45 minutes ago)
Butler Takes From Weisman

In a blind-on-blind encounter, Ashly Butler checked out of the small blind on the     flop. Dylan Weisman bet 10,000 and then Butler check-raised to 50,000. Weisman made the call.

Butler moved all in on the   turn and Weisman called.

Ashly Butler:      
Dylan Weisman:      

The river came the  , meaning Weisman had been quartered since both had ace-trey for the nut low. Butler took the high with her set of ducks.

Dylan Weisman330,000-117,000
Ashly Butler285,00094,500
Mike Matusow170,000-27,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:13 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 52 minutes ago)
Jattin Gets Check-Raised

Farid Jattin

Tim Seidensticker limped in from the hijack before Farid Jattin raised to 18,000 on the button. Seidensticker called to see a flop of    .

Seidensticker then checked to Jattin, who continued for 13,500. Seidensticker raised to 50,000 and Jattin called.

The    runout was checked down by both players, and Seidensticker showed       for three sixes.

Jattin tabled       for tens full of kings and raked in the pot to eclipse ten starting stacks.

Farid Jattin625,000180,000
Tim Seidensticker277,000-72,000
Friday, June 14, 2024 2:00 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 6 minutes ago)
Level 12 started
Level: 12
Blinds: 2,000/4,000
Ante: 4,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander