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

Wednesday, July 03, 2024 to Friday, July 12, 2024

Event #81: $10,000 MAIN EVENT No-Limit Hold'em World Championship

EVENT IN PROGRESS:Level: 32 | Blinds: 150,000/300,000 | Ante: 300,000
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $94,041,600
  • Entries: 10,112
  • Remaining: 39


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Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:30 PM Local Time (about 12 minutes ago)
Seiver Has His Eyes on the Feature Table
Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:28 PM Local Time (about 14 minutes ago)
Thirty-Nine Sent on Break

Kevin Davis

After the second level of Day 7, 39 players remain. They have been sent on a 20-minute break before the action resumes.

Listed below are some highlights from the past two hours.

Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:27 PM Local Time (about 14 minutes ago)
Moroz Five-Bets Shoves Into Break

The rest of the field had already gone off on break as Garrett Bok opened the final hand of the level to 650,000 in the hijack with the   . Yegor Moroz then three-bet to 1,700,000 on the button with the   .

Bok came back with a four-bet to 4,300,000 and Moroz five-bet shoved for more than Bok. Bok took up several minutes into the break before he folded.

"He doesn't want it. I've never seen anybody want it less," Moroz's rail yelled out.

Yegor Moroz38,000,0006,000,000
Garrett Bok8,100,000-6,900,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:22 PM Local Time (about 19 minutes ago)
Theodore Cracks Aces to Double Up

Kevin Theodore

Daniel Erlandsson raised to 600,000 from middle position and Kevin Theodore defended his big blind. The flop fell    , on which Theodore checked to Erlandsson.

Erlandsson continued for 550,000 before Theodore jammed all in for 2,475,000. Erlandsson immediately called and the cards were tabled.

Kevin Theodore:   
Daniel Erlandsson:   

Theodore was up against Erlandsson's rockets, but he shot ahead when he made two pair on the   turn.

The   river gave him a full house, leaving Erlandsson to shake his head as he paid Theodore his double-up.

Daniel Erlandsson20,200,0000
Kevin Theodore6,500,0000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:20 PM Local Time (about 22 minutes ago)
Foxen Check-Raises Turn

Kristen Foxen opened to 600,000 from under the gun with    and was called by Eliott Kessas from the hijack with the   .

Kessas called for 650,000 on the     flop, and then bet 1,300,000 on the   turn after Foxen checked. Foxen clicked it to 3,000,000 and folded out her opponent.

Yake Wu28,000,000-3,000,000
Niklas Astedt21,000,0000
Joe Serock18,000,000-1,000,000
Kristen Foxen17,000,0006,000,000
Brian Rast16,000,0001,000,000
Eliott Kessas14,000,000-4,000,000
Shundan Xiao12,000,0000
Andres Gonzalez6,500,000-1,700,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:14 PM Local Time (about 27 minutes ago)
A Controversial Angle & Wild 7-Bet Bubble Hand in WSOP Main Event | PokerNews Podcast #846

In the 846th episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Chad Holloway and Kyna England are joined at Level 9 Studio by PokerNews Pennsylvania Ambassador Keith Becker, who served as special co-host to talk about the latest happenings at the 2024 World Series of Poker (WSOP).

That included a controversial hand from Day 3 that some viewed as an angle and/or scummy, as well as the wild seven-bet bubble hand on Day 4. What two hands could inspire two big stacks to get 120 big blinds all in preflop on the money bubble? Find out here. The trio also take a look at the WSOP Main Event payouts and how they compare to past years, which former Main Event champs lasted the longest, and how both Mo Nuwwarah and Josh Reichard took pre-tournament misfortune and used it as motivation to make a deep run into Day 5.

Chad also shares why he was inspired to turn extra links from his WSOP gold bracelet into a pair of gold earrings, while Keith talks about his life in the Keystone State, which includes a successful Twitch stream. As a matter of fact, he even streamed from the recently completed Global Poker x PokerNews Cup, which crowned a pair of Freeroll Finale Champions.

Finally, hear about recent WSOP gold bracelet winners including Garth Yettick, Carsten Heidemann, Matthew Alsante, and Chance Kornuth, who took down Event #85: $1,000 Flip & Go for his fourth gold bracelet. Hear from Kornuth himself in our winner's interview. Oh, and don't forget your regular $25K Fantasy update.

A new PokerNews Podcast will drop twice weekly during the 2024 WSOP every Tuesday and Friday at 8a PT / 11a ET / 4p UK time. Remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel so you do not miss an episode!

Click here to listen to the new PN Podcast!

Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:13 PM Local Time (about 28 minutes ago)
Coelho Takes From Szwarcberg

Arthur Morris raised to 600,000 and then mucked the   face-up when folding after Charles Russell had three-bet to 1,500,000.

Tomas Szwarcberg limped the small blind and then called a raise to 1,050,000 by Diogo Coelho in the big blind.

The     flop was checked by Szwarcberg, who then called a bet worth 600,000.

Both checked the   turn and the   fell on the river. Szwarcberg checked once more and Coelho now bet 2,400,000.

Szwarcberg reluctantly called but mucked when he was shown the    for a pair of kings by Coelho.

Szwarcberg opened to 600,000 the next hand and folded to Coelho's chunky three-bet of 1,950,000.

Diogo Coelho43,500,0003,400,000
Malo Latinois41,000,0006,300,000
Charles Russell10,200,0001,000,000
Daniel Zadok7,800,000-2,050,000
Tomas Szwarcberg6,650,000-5,050,000
Giovanni Zanette6,225,0001,350,000
Arthur Morris2,800,000-2,600,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:07 PM Local Time (about 34 minutes ago)
Naor Slobodskoy Eliminated in 40th Place ($250,000)

Naor Slobodskoy

Blind-on-blind Malo Latinois and Naor Slobodskoy had put in 800,000 chips each preflop when Latinois checked from the small blind on a flop of    .

Slobodskoy then bet 450,000 from the big blind. Latinois raised to 1,200,000, and Slobodskoy tanked for a while before pushing all in for around 4,500,000 chips.

Latinois snap called with the covering stack, creating a showdown.

Naor Slobodskoy:   
Malo Latinois:   

Slobodskoy's overpair was up against the overcards and flush draw of Latinois.

Latinois paired up on the   turn, leaving Slobodskoy with one out in the deck. The   river did not bring it, however, eliminating Slobodskoy in 40th place.

Malo Latinois41,500,0006,800,000
Naor Slobodskoy0-5,200,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:07 PM Local Time (about 35 minutes ago)
Shylko Gets Paid by Moroz

Yegor Moroz raised to 600,000 in middle position and Aliaksandr Shylko called in the big blind.

Moroz bet another 500,000 on the     flop and Shylko called. Both players then checked the   turn.

Shylko led out for 1,200,000 on the   river and Moroz called. Shylko showed the   for two pair and Moroz mucked.

Yegor Moroz32,000,0005,050,000
Aliaksandr Shylko9,400,0003,775,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:06 PM Local Time (about 36 minutes ago)
Portaleoni Doubles Through Theodore

Kevin Theodore opened to 600,000 on the button and Rodrigo Garrido Portaleoni three-bet jammed a stack of around 3,300,000 from the big blind. Theodore called with a bigger stack.

Rodrigo Garrido Portaleoni:   
Kevin Theodore:   

Portaleoni took a big lead on the flop of     and his hand held up as the board finished out    to earn him a double.

Rodrigo Garrido Portaleoni7,200,000-5,400,000
Kevin Theodore6,300,000-2,050,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:03 PM Local Time (about 38 minutes ago)
Latinois Applies Pressure on Slobodskoy

Malo Latinois

Following an under-the-gun raise by Naor Slobodskoy, only Malo Latinois called in the big blind and checked the     flop. Slobodskoy continued for 450,000 and the call by Latinois led them to the   on the turn.

Latinois now bet 650,000 and Slobodskoy called.

After the   river, Latinois opted to check and Slobodskoy bet 850,000 with 5,200,000 behind. That sent Latinois into the tank and the clock was about to be called on him before the Frenchman raised it up to five million. Slobodskoy gave it brief consideration and folded.

Malo Latinois34,700,00011,700,000
Naor Slobodskoy5,200,000-1,350,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 5:00 PM Local Time (about 41 minutes ago)
Vazquez Gets Value with Jacks

Luis Vazquez opened to 600,000 on the button and then called a three-bet to 2,100,000 from Jonathan Tamayo out of the big blind.

Action checked through the     flop to the   turn at which point both players checked once more.

Tamayo led out for 2,200,000 following the   river and was called by Vazquez. Tamayo showed    but was pipped by the    of Vazquez to concede a sizable pot.

Gerardo Hernandez36,000,000-3,975,000
Jason James34,000,0006,000,000
Jason Sagle32,000,0007,000,000
Jonathan Tamayo24,000,000-975,000
Luis Vazquez17,000,0001,000,000
Justin Vaysman9,900,000600,000
Gabriel Moura5,800,000-5,200,000
Brandon Cantu1,700,000-1,700,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 4:58 PM Local Time (about 44 minutes ago)
Lhuillier Doubles with Ace in Window

Rodrigo Garrido Portaleoni opened to 600,000 in early position and Jean Lhuillier three-bet jammed a stack of 3,025,000 from the cutoff. Portaleoni called with a bigger stack.

Jean Lhuillier:   
Rodrigo Garrido Portaleoni:   

Lhuillier took a big lead with an ace in the window on the flop of     and nothing changed on the    runout to earn him a double.

Jean Lhuillier6,700,0001,550,000
Rodrigo Garrido Portaleoni3,700,000-2,250,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 4:54 PM Local Time (about 48 minutes ago)
Robert Renaud Eliminated in 41st Place ($250,000)

Robert Renaud

Daniel Erlandsson raised his button to 550,000 and was faced with a jam for 4,100,000 chips from small blind Robert Renaud.

Erlandsson instantly called once the action was back on him, and the cards were revealed to the cameras.

Robert Renaud:   
Daniel Erlandsson:   

Erlandsson made two pair on the       board to win the flip, eliminating Renaud in 41st with his pair of fives.

Daniel Erlandsson21,600,0000
Robert Renaud00
Saturday, July 13, 2024 4:53 PM Local Time (about 49 minutes ago)
Xiao Runs Into Aces

Eliott Kessas

Eliott Kessas opened to 600,0000 from middle position and was called by Brian Rast on the button before Shundan Xiao three-bet to 2,500,000 from the small blind. Kessas called ahead of Rast getting out of the way.

On the     flop, Xiao moved all in and Kessas called off his stack of 5,700,000.

Eliott Kessas:   
Shundan Xiao:   

The   turn kept Kessas the favorite, and the   river confirmed his double-up.

Eliott Kessas18,000,0009,800,000
Shundan Xiao12,000,000-8,000,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, July 13, 2024 4:51 PM Local Time (about 50 minutes ago)
Two Barrels Are Enough for Latinois

Malo Latinois raised to 600,000 and Tomas Szwarcberg called on the button, both blinds folded.

The flop brought     and Latinois continued for 850,000, as Szwarcberg came along to see the   on the turn. Latinois now increased his bet sizing to 3,100,000 and Szwarcberg folded.

Malo Latinois33,000,00010,000,000
Tomas Szwarcberg11,700,0003,300,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 4:51 PM Local Time (about 50 minutes ago)
More For Moroz

Yegor Moroz raised to 600,000 under the gun and Boris Angelov called in the hijack.

Both players checked the     flop. Moroz also checked the   turn and Angelov bet 1,350,000.

Moroz called to the   river and checked over to Angelov again. Angelov checked back this time and Moroz showed    for a straight to win another pot.

Yegor Moroz35,000,0008,050,000
Boris Angelov15,000,0006,600,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 4:47 PM Local Time (about 54 minutes ago)
Updated Counts from Right Feature Table
Gerardo Hernandez37,000,000-2,975,000
Jason James33,000,0005,000,000
Jason Sagle29,000,0004,000,000
Jonathan Tamayo26,000,0001,025,000
Luis Vazquez15,000,0004,000,000
Justin Vaysman11,000,0001,700,000
Gabriel Moura7,900,000-3,100,000
Brandon Cantu2,500,000-900,000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 4:44 PM Local Time (about 57 minutes ago)
Xiao's Trips No Good Against Astedt

Niklas Astedt made it 600,000 from middle position and Shundan Xiao defended her big blind.

Xiao check-raised to 1,200,000 over a bet of 450,000 on the     flop and was called. Xiao continued for another 2,500,000 on the   turn and was called once more.

With 9,050,000 in the pot, the dealer put out the  . Xiao fired out 5,500,000 and was snap-called. Xiao tabled    for trip twos but Astedt held    and took in the big pot with a flush.

Niklas Astedt21,000,0000
Shundan Xiao20,000,0000
Saturday, July 13, 2024 4:42 PM Local Time (about 60 minutes ago)
Moroz Takes From Griff on the River

Yegor Moroz

Yegor Moroz raised to 600,000 in middle position, Jordan Griff three-bet to 1,500,000 in the hijack, and Moroz called.

The flop came     and Moroz checked to Griff who bet 750,000. Moroz called and the   fell on the turn.

Griff then bet 1,000,000 and Moroz called again. The   fell on the river and Moroz led out for 1,200,000.

Griff folded and Moroz's rail exploded in celebration. "Yegor, Yegor, Yegor. Is that what you want," they chanted as Moroz took the pot.

Yegor Moroz32,000,0005,050,000
Jordan Griff10,000,000-4,000,000
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