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2022/23 WSOP Circuit - Harrah’s Cherokee (North Carolina)

Friday, December 02, 2022 to Sunday, December 04, 2022

WSOPC Event #12: $1,700 No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT

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  • Buy-in: $1,700
  • Prizepool: $2,275,530
  • Entries: 1,502
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Monday, December 5, 2022 12:45 PM Local Time (about 62 days and 2 hours ago)
1) Donovan Dean - 3,400,000
2) Juan Mora - 1,595,000
3) Howard Mash 6,795,000
4) Greg Dalton - 3,345,000
5) Deividas Daubaris - 1,725,000
6) Tyler Phillips - 6,875,000
7) Brad Albrinck - 7,860,000
8) Shea Quintin - 4,400,000
9) Brad Wilson - 3,250,000
10) David Moses - 4,450,000
Monday, December 5, 2022 12:27 PM Local Time (about 62 days and 3 hours ago)

 

Greg Dalton was all in under the gun for 1,670,000 and Matt Emmel called off his 1,580,000 stack from the button. 

Matt Emmel:   
Greg Dalton:   

It was a flip with Emmel picking up more outs after the     flop gave him a Broadway draw. 

The   turn paired the board giving Emmel more outs if a queen were to double-pair the board on the river, but the brick   came crashing down ending his Main Event. 

Greg Dalton - 3,300,000
Matt Emmel - Eliminated 

Monday, December 5, 2022 12:20 PM Local Time (about 62 days and 3 hours ago)

Scott Hall was all in preflop for 2,235,000 from the big blind and Tyler Phillips called from under the gun. 

Scott Hall:   
Tyler Phillips:   

Hall was racing for his tournament life and fell behind after the     flop paired Phillips' queen. 

The   turn left Hall needing a nine in the river, but the   completed the board and ended his Main Event. 

Tyler Phillips - 6,900,000
Scott Hall - Eliminated 

Monday, December 5, 2022 12:10 PM Local Time (about 62 days and 3 hours ago)

 

Ryan Van Sanford was all in preflop for 1,570,000 from the cutoff and was called by Howard Mash from the big blind. 

Ryan Van Sanford:   
Howard Mash   

Van Sanford was dominated holding an inferior ace and didn't like the     flop that gave Mash a diamond flush draw. 

The sweat didn't last long for Van Sanford as the   turn completed Mash's flush and the   river made Van Sanford the first elimination of the day. 

Howard Mash - 7,380,000
Ryan Van Sanford - Eliminated

Monday, December 5, 2022 12:01 PM Local Time (about 62 days and 3 hours ago)
The cards have been dealt out to the final 13 players and one will be walking away Main Event Champion!
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Monday, December 5, 2022 11:59 AM Local Time (about 62 days and 3 hours ago)
Level: 28
Blinds: 50,000/100,000
Ante: 100,000
Monday, December 5, 2022 9:34 AM Local Time (about 62 days and 5 hours ago)

 

The final day of the Main Event is here, and what started with a massive field of 1,502 has slowly worked its way down to just 13.

Today, the next Main Event champion of the 2022-23 WSOP Circuit tour will be crowned here at Harrah's Cherokee, and it might even be a repeat champion.

The remining filed is stacked with three-time ring winner Brad Albrinck leading the charge with 6,760,000 in chips.

Albrinck had a taste of Cherokee glory exactly six years ago on this date when he took down the Main Event for a career high $275,877 and he looks to top that score today. 

Behind Albrinck sits WSOP bracelet winner in Howard 'Mashie' Mash (pictured above) holds 5,380,000 in chips and looks to put his name back in the winner's circle since claiming his bracelet back in 2019.

Both Shae Quintin (5,140,000), and Brad Wilson (3,945,000) are in search to add their first Circuit rings to their resume's while Tyler Phillips (4,375,000) will try to claim his second Cherokee ring since taking down the multi-flight event back in 2019.

Outside the top five stacks sits Lithuanian crusher, Deividas Daubaris (3,835,000), who made his way over to the U.S. with the fiesta party after taking down the WPO Main Event for $115,499.

Another bracelet winner in Davd Moses (3,585,000), looks to improve off his eight-place finish from this past August in search for his first Main Event title.

Ring winner's Donovan Dean (3,075,000), Scott Hall (2,235,000), and Matthew Emmel (2,160,000), all look to maneuver their way to the top.

Ryan Van Sanford (1,570,000) holds the most rings out of the bunch with four, while Juan Mora (1,600,000), and Greg Dalton (1,400,000) look to climb the ladder in search for their first WSOP hardware.

Day 3 will resume with a local start time of noon. Play will pick up at level 28 where blinds will be 50,000/100,000/100,000.

 

Each level will be 60-minutes long and players will receive a 15-minute break after every two levels.

 

By the end of the day, we will have a new (or repeat) Main Event Champion, who will not only receive a WSOP ring, but the top prize of $365,963,

 

Follow along with the WSOP.com live reporting team throughout the rest of the Main Event!

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