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

Sunday, June 12, 2022 to Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Event #26: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $857,900
  • Entries: 92
  • Remaining: 0

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Sunday, June 12, 2022 8:08 PM Local Time
Kings for Chan this Time

In a three-bet pot, Terrence Chan was heads-up with the player on his left. The flop came     and Chan's continuation bet was called.

The action was the same on the   turn along with the   river. Chan tabled    for two pair and his opponent mucked, sending the pot to Chan.

Terrence Chan69,600-13,400
Sunday, June 12, 2022 7:55 PM Local Time
Glaser In, Pupillo Sends One Out

Nick Pupillo found himself in a four-bet pot with the player on his right. They went heads-up to a flop of     and Pupillo was faced with a bet. Pupillo raised and his opponent three-bet which Pupillo just called.

The turn was the   and Pupillo was staring down another bet. Pupillo raised again and his opponent just called this time.

On the   river, Pupillo's opponent moved all in for his last 1,000 chips and Pupillo called. Pupillo tabled    for trip queens while his opponent held    for two pair.

Nick Pupillo91,00031,000
Benny Glaser60,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 7:22 PM Local Time
Break Time

The players are going on another 15-minute break with a total of 45 entries now and 44 players remaining.

Sunday, June 12, 2022 7:14 PM Local Time
Neymar Calls with Ace-High

There was a raise from under the gun and Neymar just called on his left. The big blind also came along and the dealer spread the flop of    .

The preflop raiser continued with a bet and only Neymar called to see the   on the turn. Neymar was faced with another bet and quickly called again.

The river was the   and Neymar was looking a third barrel from his opponent. He eventually tossed in a call and his opponent showed   . Neymar tabled    for the best hand and raked in the pot.

Neymar49,000-18,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 7:01 PM Local Time
Negreanu Gets Two Folds

Picking up the action on the turn with the board reading     , Daniel Negreanu led out with a bet from the small blind. He found two callers in late position and the   completed the board.

Negreanu tossed in another bet and both of his opponents mucked their cards. "Hard to find five undercards to this hand," Negreanu said as he showed   .

Meanwhile, David "ODB" Baker and Robert Campbell have both entered the field, bringing the total number of entries up to 42 now.

Daniel Negreanu71,00011,000
David "ODB" Baker60,00060,000
Robert Campbell60,00060,000
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Sunday, June 12, 2022 6:47 PM Local Time
McKeehen Gets Paid on a Flush

Joe McKeehen

Joe McKeehen raised it up on the button and the big blind defended. The flop came     and the big blind checked to McKeehen who bet. His opponent check-raised and McKeehen just called.

The turn was the   and the big blind led out with a bet. McKeehen raised this time and his opponent called.

The   landed on the river and the big blind check-called another bet from McKeehen. The former WSOP Main Event champion tabled    for a flush and his opponent mucked.

Joe McKeehen89,70020,700
Sunday, June 12, 2022 6:28 PM Local Time
A Few Hands with Neymar

Neymar Jr.

Neymar has shown that he is willing to get involved in the action in the early going, playing lots of hands and fighting for every pot. So, we decided to hang around his table for a few hands and see what he was up to.

Hand #1: Neymar raised it up from early position and Kosei Ichinose three-bet from the small blind. Neymar called and they went heads-up to a flop of    . Ichinose checked to Neymar who bet and Ichinose check-raised. Neymar called and the   landed on the turn.

Ichinose bet the turn and the   river and was called both times by Neymar. Ichinose turned over    for queens and nines which was the best hand.

Hand #2: Neymar decided to take a hand off and folded from under the gun.

Hand #3: The action folded to the button who raised it up and was called by the small blind and Neymar in the big blind. The flop came     and the blinds checked to the button who threw in a bet. The small blind called and Neymar check-raised, getting called by both opponents.

The turn brought the   and Neymar continued firing. Both opponents still called and the   landed on the river. Neymar bet one more time and was only called by the button. Neymar showed    for a missed straight draw while his opponent held    for two pair.

Hand #4: There was a raise from early position and the button three-bet. Neymar four-bet from the small blind and the initial raiser capped it with a five-bet. Both the button and Neymar called to see a flop of    .

Neymar checked and the player in early position bet. The button raised and Neymar three-bet, which both players just called. The turn was the   and Neymar led out with a bet this time. Both of his opponents still called.

The river was the   and Neymar tossed in another bet. The player in early position called while the button folded. Neymar tabled    which proved to be the best hand.

Hand #5: Neymar elected to fold his button in a three-bet pot.

Hand #6: Kosei Ichinose raised it up from middle position and the hijack and Neymar in the cutoff both called. The flop fell     and Neymar called a bet from Ichinose.

They went heads-up to the   on the turn where Ichinose bet again. Neymar raised this time and Ichinose stuck around to see the   on the river. Ichinose check-called a bet from Neymar and the Brazilian footballer tabled    for two pair to win another hand.

Neymar67,00024,500
Sunday, June 12, 2022 6:08 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Kevin Song79,00015,500
Jonathan Cwomley74,8006,800
Nate Silver70,20013,200
Kenny Hsiung70,00010,000
Joe McKeehen69,0009,000
Daniel Negreanu60,000
Matt Woodward60,000
John Monnette60,000
David Litt59,000-1,000
Kerry Welsh56,000-4,000
Neymar42,500-28,500
Thomas McCormick20,000-26,000
Scott Tuttle0-60,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:55 PM Local Time
Lonis Gets Rivered

There was a raise from under the gun and Brian Lieberman three-bet in middle position. Jesse Lonis four-bet from the small blind and both players called.

The flop came     and Lonis continued with a bet that both of his opponents called. The   paired the board on the turn and Lonis bet again. The under-the-gun player called and Lieberman folded.

The   landed on the river and Lonis bet for the third time. His opponent raised this time and Lonis quickly called. His opponent showed    for a rivered full house and Lonis was forced to muck his cards.

Jesse Lonis53,800-6,200
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:40 PM Local Time
Couden Gets Two Streets Off Akkari

Joey Couden raised it up in early position and Andre Akkari defended from the big blind. The flop came     and Akkari check-called a bet from Couden.

The turn brought the   and Akkari checked again. Couden threw in another bet and Akkari stuck around to see the   on the river. It slowed the action as both players checked and Akkari tabled   . Couden showed    for a better two pair and won the pot.

Joey Couden56,0007,000
Andre Akkari55,000-5,000
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Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:38 PM Local Time
Couple More Notables After the Break
Andre Akkari60,00060,000
Nick Pupillo60,00060,000
Jesse Lonis60,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:12 PM Local Time
First Break of the Day

The players are heading on their first 15-minute break of the day.

Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:11 PM Local Time
Neymar Cracks Aces to Kick Things Off

Kosei Ichinose raised it up in early position and was three-bet by David Lieberman in the hijack. Neymar called from the cutoff and Ichinose came along as well. The flop came     and Ichinose checked to Lieberman who continued with a bet. Neymar called as did Ichinose.

The turn was the   and Ichinose checked again. Lieberman tossed in another bet and Neymar raised this time. Ichinose folded but Lieberman stuck in a three-bet. Neymar just called and the   landed on the river.

Both players checked and Lieberman turned over   . Neymar had that beat with    for two pair and was awarded the first pot he played today.

Neymar71,00011,000
David Lieberman48,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:07 PM Local Time
Neymar Jr Jumps into the Action

Neymar Jr.

There was a large gathering in the Paris Purple section with one player in particular about to take his seat. It was none other than famous football pro, Neymar Jr. This is the first WSOP event that the Brazilian is taking part in thus far, and he is hoping to turn it into a WSOP gold in three days time.

Neymar60,00060,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:45 PM Local Time
Chan Flops Trip Aces in Capped Pot

Terrence Chan

Brian Lieberman raised it up in early position and was three-bet by Thomas McCormick on his left. Terrence Chan four-bet in the cutoff and Lieberman capped it which was called by both McCormick and Chan.

The flop came     and Lieberman led out with a bet. McCormick raised and Chan just called. Lieberman folded, saying it was pocket kings after the hand.

The turn was the   and McCormick fired out another bet. Chan raised this time and McCormick called to see the   on the river.

McCormick check-called another bet from Chan as the Canadian tabled    for a set of aces. McCormick flashed the   before his cards went into the muck.

Terrence Chan83,00023,000
Brian Lieberman59,000-1,000
Thomas McCormick46,000-14,000
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Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:41 PM Local Time
Three Tables Now

There are now 22 players in their seats spread across three tables.

Brian Lieberman60,000
Yi Klassen60,000
Thomas McCormick60,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:24 PM Local Time
Another Pot Goes the Way of Webert

Bradley Webert

Joey Couden raised it up from under the gun and was called by Nate Silver on the button and Bradley Webert in the big blind. The flop fell     and Webert checked to Couden who continued with a bet. Silver called only to have Webert stick in a check-raise. Both Couden and Silver still called.

The turn was the   and Webert led out with a bet. Couden raised which got Silver to fold, but Webert called.

The   paired the board on the river and Webert led out with a bet again. Couden quickly called and Webert turned over    for a full house in order to win another pot.

Bradley Webert81,00016,000
Nate Silver57,000-3,000
Joey Couden49,000-11,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:16 PM Local Time
Webert Flops a Straight

There was a raise from the cutoff and Bradley Webert called from the big blind. Webert also checked blind to the     flop and his opponent threw in a bet. Webert raised, followed by a three-bet, and Webert capped it.

They went heads-up to the   on the turn where both players checked. The   landed on the river and Webert threw in a bet. His opponent called and Webert tabled    for a straight.

Bradley Webert65,0005,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:11 PM Local Time
Few More Entries in the First Level
Terrence Chan60,00060,000
Kosei Ichinose60,00060,000
Joey Couden60,000
Alex Torry60,00060,000
Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:01 PM Local Time
Slow Pace to Start

The field is now up to 14 players in their seats but the tournament clock currently shows 20 total entries. It should be expected that the field will grow as the day goes on.

Joe McKeehen60,00060,000
Nate Silver60,00060,000
Kenny Hsiung60,000
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