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2022 53rd Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Tuesday, June 07, 2022 to Friday, June 10, 2022

Event #15: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $1,827,700
  • Entries: 196
  • Remaining: 0


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Friday, June 10, 2022 6:46 PM Local Time
Dehkharghani Forces Fold

Yuval Bronshtein opened to 200,000 on the button and was called by Ray Dehkharghani in the small blind.

Bronshtein called his opponent's check-raise on the     flop before folding to a second bet on the   turn.

Dustin Dirksen5,215,000-435,000
Yuval Bronshtein3,705,000-450,000
Daniel Zack1,520,000435,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,330,000450,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 6:40 PM Local Time
Dirksen Cracks Kings

Dustin Dirksen opened to 200,000 from under the gun before calling Ray Dehkharghani's button three-bet.

Dirksen check-called on the     flop which brought in the   turn. Action checked through to the   river.

Dirksen bet and was snap-called. Dirksen rivered trip nines with his     , beating the      of his opponent.

Dustin Dirksen5,650,000700,000
Yuval Bronshtein4,155,000-100,000
Daniel Zack1,085,0000
Ray Dehkharghani880,000-650,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 6:36 PM Local Time
Zack Takes 75%

Daniel Zack opened to 200,000 from under the gun and Ray Dehkharghani called out of the big blind.

Dehkharghani check-called a bet on the     which brought in the   turn. Dehkharghani bet and Zack called.

Dehkharghani continued with a bet on the   river and Zack quickly called.

Zack took three-quarters of the pot with his      while Dehkharghani's      was only good enough to chop the low.

Dustin Dirksen4,950,00050,000
Yuval Bronshtein4,255,000-50,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,530,000-335,000
Daniel Zack1,085,000385,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 6:31 PM Local Time
Zack in Danger Zone
Dustin Dirksen4,900,000550,000
Yuval Bronshtein4,305,000250,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,865,000-50,000
Daniel Zack700,000-750,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 6:23 PM Local Time
Bronshtein Scoops Dirksen

Yuval Bronshtein

Yuval Bronshtein opened to 200,000 from the button before Dustin Dirksen three-bet in the small blind.

Bronshtein called and then called another bet on the     flop.

Dirksen then check-called a bet on the   turn and did the same on the   river.

Bronshtein cracked his opponents aces with his     , which was good for a full house. The start of day chip leader added an extra million chips to his stack following the hand.

Dustin Dirksen4,350,000-850,000
Yuval Bronshtein4,055,000850,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,915,000-50,000
Daniel Zack1,450,00050,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 6:19 PM Local Time
Trips for Bronshtein

Yuval Bronshtein opened to 200,000 from under the gun and was called by big blind Daniel Zack.

Action checked through on the     flop to the   turn. Zack bet and his opponent called.

On the   river, Bronshtein called another bet and scooped the pot with his      for trip sevens.

Dustin Dirksen5,200,0000
Yuval Bronshtein3,205,000650,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,965,000-50,000
Daniel Zack1,400,000-600,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 6:05 PM Local Time
Break Time

A 10-minute player break is underway. Just four players remain in this championship event.

Dustin Dirksen5,200,000-320,000
Yuval Bronshtein2,555,0000
Ray Dehkharghani2,015,000400,000
Daniel Zack2,000,000-80,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:56 PM Local Time
Momentum with Dirksen

Daniel Zack raised from under the gun and Dustin Dirksen called in the big blind.

Dirksen check-raised the     flop and Zack called. Dirksen continued to fire on the   turn and again was called.

A third bet from Dirksen came on the   river and Zack immediately threw in calling chips.

Dirksen had a set of threes and the nut low with his      to scoop the entire pot.

Dustin Dirksen5,520,000720,000
Yuval Bronshtein2,555,0000
Daniel Zack2,080,000-640,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,615,000-80,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:53 PM Local Time
Dirksen Takes Pot on the Turn

Daniel Zack opened to 160,000 from the button with Yuval Bronshtein and Dustin Dirksen calling from the blinds.

The     flop checked through to the   turn. Dirksen bet and both of his opponents mucked.

Dustin Dirksen4,800,000720,000
Daniel Zack2,720,000-480,000
Yuval Bronshtein2,555,000-240,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,695,0000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:48 PM Local Time
Zack Folds Out Dehkharghani

Ray Dehkharghani limp-called from the small blind after Daniel Zack raised from the big blind.

Action checked through on the flop and turn for the final board to show      .

Dehkharghani check-folded after his opponent bet on the river

Dustin Dirksen4,080,0000
Daniel Zack3,200,000160,000
Yuval Bronshtein2,795,0000
Ray Dehkharghani1,695,000-160,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:43 PM Local Time
Updated Counts
Dustin Dirksen4,080,000-240,000
Daniel Zack3,040,000400,000
Yuval Bronshtein2,795,000-160,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,855,0000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:37 PM Local Time
Dehkharghani Check-Raises Flop

Ray Dehkharghani raised from the small blind with Daniel Zack calling from the big blind.

Dehkharghani check-raised the     flop after Zack bet.

Zack made the call to see the   turn. Both players checked it through to the   river.

Dehkharghani bet and Zack checked his cards a few times before deciding to let it go.

Dustin Dirksen4,320,0000
Yuval Bronshtein2,955,0000
Daniel Zack2,640,000-320,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,855,000320,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:33 PM Local Time
Dirksen Extends Chip Lead

Yuval Bronshtein opened to 160,000 from the button before calling the raise from small blind Dustin Dirksen.

Bronshtein folded on the     flop after Dirksen led with a bet.

Dustin Dirksen4,320,000520,000
Daniel Zack2,960,00080,000
Yuval Bronshtein2,955,000-520,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,535,000-160,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:27 PM Local Time
Aces for Dirksen

Dirksen opened to 160,000 from the button and was called by Daniel Zack in the big blind.

Zack check-called a bet on the     flop before action checked through on the   turn and   river.

Dirksen rolled over his      to scoop the pot while Zack returned his      to the dealer.

Dustin Dirksen3,800,000280,000
Yuval Bronshtein3,475,0000
Daniel Zack2,880,000-240,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,695,00040,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:24 PM Local Time
Dehkharghani Chips Up

Yuval Bronshtein opened to 160,000 from the button and was called by Ray Dehkharghani in the big blind.

Dehkharghani check-called a bet on the     flop before leading on the   turn. Bronshtein quickly mucked his cards.

Dustin Dirksen3,520,000-120,000
Yuval Bronshtein3,475,000-800,000
Daniel Zack3,120,000120,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,655,000640,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:17 PM Local Time
Dehkharghani Runs into Full House

Ray Dehkharghani opened to 160,000 from the button and was called by Daniel Zack and Yuval Bronshtein from the blinds.

On the     flop, action checked through to the   turn. Zack made a bet and only Dehkharghani called.

The   river prompted another bet from Zack. Dehkharghani raised to 320,000 and Zack called.

Dehkharghani was caught speeding with his     , while Zack, with     , raked in the pot with a full house.

Yuval Bronshtein4,275,000100,000
Dustin Dirksen3,640,000140,000
Daniel Zack3,000,000560,000
Ray Dehkharghani1,015,000-680,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:09 PM Local Time
Jake Liebeskind Eliminated in 5th Place ($105,913)

Jake Liebeskind

Dustin Dirksen opened to 160,000 from the small blind and Jake Liebeskind called from the big blind.

Dirksen bet the     flop and then called his opponents all-in raise.

Jake Liebeskind:     
Dustin Dirksen:     

Liebeskind was in rough shape and was unable to leapfrog the set of kings or make a low on the    runout.

Yuval Bronshtein4,175,0000
Dustin Dirksen3,500,000335,000
Daniel Zack2,440,0000
Ray Dehkharghani1,695,0000
Jake Liebeskind0-295,000
Friday, June 10, 2022 5:05 PM Local Time
PokerNews Podcast: Hellmuth Positive for COVID; Winner Interviews w/ Seiver, Smith & More
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Friday, June 10, 2022 2:46 PM Local Time
Yuval Bronshtein in Pole Position for Third WSOP Bracelet in Event #15: Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship

2022 WSOP Gold Bracelet

After three days of fixed limit action, Event #15: Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship begins its conclusion at 4 p.m. PT inside the Ballys Thunderdome, Las Vegas.

PokerNews live updates will be on a 60-minute delay, as to not affect the PokerGO broadcast, which gets going at 5 p.m. PT.

The 2022 World Series of Poker so far, has been all about breaking attendance record, with field sizes exceeding expectations.

The Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship was no exception and saw an all-time high of 196 entries. Those players created the $1,827,700 prize pool, with the lion's share being awarded today.

The final five players have all guaranteed themselves a payday of at least $105,913. However, that would feel like just a consolation prize, as everybody will be dreaming of getting their hands on the $440,757 first-place prize and WSOP Gold Bracelet.

Entering Day 4 as chip leader is two-time WSOP bracelet winner Yuval Bronshtein. The Israeli poker player won his first piece of WSOP hardware in 2019, taking down Event #13: $1,500 No Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw for $96,278. Two years later, he picked up his second bracelet after being the last player standing in Event #12: $1,500 Limit Hold'em ($124,374).

Dustin Dirksen enters the day second in chips and is just one of two players left in this event who has yet to win a bracelet. Dirksen has come close before, with two recorded WSOP runner-up finishes. This is his seventh official WSOP final table appearance and will no doubt be looking to get the monkey off of his back.

Rounding out the top three chip stacks is Daniel Zack. The 2019 WSOP $2,500 Limit Mixed Triple Draw winner is likely the most known name still in the competition. Zack has earned over $1.2 million in winnings under the WSOP umbrella from an impressive 83 cashes.

Ray Dehkharghani managed to pilot over a 1,695,000 chip stack into Day 4, despite being left with just one big bet at one stage in Day 3. Dehkharghani's best ever cash came at the 2016 WSOP, where he was victorious in Event #20: $10,000 Razz Championship. He defeated Jason Mercier at heads-up play to get his first WSOP title and the $273,338 up top.

Jake Liebeskind starts proceedings in the danger zone, and has just under two big bets in his stack. The Californian has $96,372 in recorded tournament earnings, meaning whatever happens today, he will have secured the best cash of his poker career to date. It will be his second in the money finish of the 2022 WSOP, as he placed in 155th in Event #7: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better for $2,400 just a week ago.

Play resumes today on Level 24 (limits 80,000/160,000) with 60-minutes still on the clock.

Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship Final Table

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Bets
FT1Dustin DirksenUnited States3,165,00020
FT2Jake LiebeskindUnited States295,0002
FT5Ray DehkharghaniUnited States1,695,00011
FT7Daniel ZackUnited States2,440,00015
FT8Yuval BronshteinIsrael4,175,00026

Remaining Payouts


The remaining players return Friday, June 10 at 4 p.m. PT at Bally's, Las Vegas to continue on their quest for WSOP glory. The final table will be available to watch on PokerGO with the broadcast starting at 5 p.m. PT.

As always, stay tuned to PokerNews to find out the conclusion of this Championship event.