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

Wednesday, June 15, 2022 to Friday, June 17, 2022

Event #32: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E.

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $1,031,955
  • Entries: 773
  • Remaining: 0

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Friday, June 17, 2022 9:02 PM Local Time
Dinner Break

Players are now on a 60-minute dinner break. Action will resume at 10.01pm with four players remaining and a bracelet to win.

Friday, June 17, 2022 9:00 PM Local Time
Bai Hangs On Against Daly

Stud 8 or Better

Right before the dinner break, Richard Bai and Jason Daly got into a raising war on third street that ended with Bai all in for his last 765,000.

Richard Bai:        
Jason Daly:        

Bai started with a pair of sevens but was trailing the nines of Daly. He ended by catching two kings to make two pair and earn the double up, even earning a celebratory ding of Steven Albini's bell.

Jason Daly10,800,000300,000
Richard Bai1,600,000475,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 8:57 PM Local Time
More Than 10 Million For Daly

Stud 8 or Better

Jason Daly:   /    / 
Richard Bai:   /    / 

Richard Bai bet all the streets before Jason Daly raised him on the seventh. He hit the table pretty strong, not very happy, and finally made the call.

"Straight", announced Bai, with     in his hands. It was the winning hand.

Jason Daly10,500,0004,500,000
Richard Bai1,125,000-275,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 8:50 PM Local Time
Albini Outdraws Bai For a Double

Steve Albini

Razz

Steven Albini:        
Richard Bai:        

Steven Albini completed, Richard Bai raised, Albini re-raised, and they got into a raising war that ended with Albini all in for his last 750,000.

"I don't like that very much," Albini said when Bai pulled a four.

"I like that very much," he added when he got a four to make a 8-6-5-4-A and secure the double up.

Steven Albini1,600,000850,000
Richard Bai1,400,000-1,300,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 8:45 PM Local Time
Morgan Forces Albini To Fold

Razz

Steven Albini and James Morgan played a big pot together, with Morgan betting all the way to seventh street.

Steven Albini:   /    / 
James Morgan:   /    / 

Albini folded on seventh street and was not very happy with that situation.

James Morgan6,800,0001,700,000
Steven Albini750,000-2,850,000
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Friday, June 17, 2022 8:33 PM Local Time
Daly Has Bai, Morgan Talking to Themselves

Jason Daly

Omaha 8 or Better

Richard Bai raised from under the gun before James Morgan three-bet on the button. Jason Daly called in the big blind, as did Bai.

The flop came     and action checked to Morgan, who bet. Both opponents called to see the   turn.

Daly and Bai checked again, and Morgan put out another bet. He was met by two more callers as the   fell on the river.

This time it was Daly who led out with a bet. Bai spent about a minute in the tank before calling.

Morgan also went into the tank for several minutes. "Sorry, I need," he said as he tailed off while continuing to mutter to himself. Morgan also eventually called as Daly showed      for trip nines to win the massive pot.

Jason Daly6,000,0001,700,000
James Morgan5,100,0000
Richard Bai2,700,000-300,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 8:22 PM Local Time
Daly Takes a Good Pot Without Showdown

Limit Hold'em

After a raise to from James Morgan on the button, Steven Albini three-bet in the small blind, before Jason Daly four-bet in the big blind. Morgan folded, but not Albini.

On a       board, Albini check-called the flop, and then on the turn before folding his hand to another bet from Daly on the river.

Jason Daly4,300,0002,000,000
Steven Albini3,600,000-2,400,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 8:01 PM Local Time
Level 33 started
Level: 33
Blinds: 200,000/400,000
Ante: 0
Friday, June 17, 2022 8:01 PM Local Time
Morgan Shows a Straight

Seven Card Stud

James Morgan:   /    / 
Jason Daly:   /    / 

James Morgan completed and Jason Daly called. Morgan continued betting through to seventh street, with Daly calling him down.

"I have it," Morgan said, showing     for a king-high straight to win the pot.

James Morgan5,100,0001,300,000
Jason Daly2,300,000300,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 7:52 PM Local Time
Kyle Loman Eliminated in 5th Place ($45,209)

Kyle Loman

Razz

Kyle Loman was pretty short when he committed the rest of his stack against Richard Bai.

Kyle Loman:        
Richard Bai:        

Bai's 9-6-4-3-2 had Loman's 9-7-4-2-A pipped to end the latter's run in fifth place.

Richard Bai3,000,000700,000
Kyle Loman0-900,000
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Friday, June 17, 2022 7:46 PM Local Time
Albini Wins "Ding-Worthy" Pot

Steve Albini

Razz

Steven Albini:   /    / 
Kyle Loman:   /    / 
Richard Bai:   /    - folded

Richard Bai completed and Kyle Loman raised. Steven Albini called, as did Bai.

Loman bet again on fourth street and both opponents called. A bet on fifth was enough to get rid of Bai, as Loman and Albini checked down sixth and seventh.

Albini showed     for 7-6-5-2-A to win the pot.

Albini's supporters had a golden bell they would ring throughout the final table whenever he won a pot. He now has the bell with him on the table, and a ding is heard whenever chips are pushed in his direction.

Steven Albini6,000,000500,000
Richard Bai2,300,000-300,000
Kyle Loman900,000-1,600,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 7:28 PM Local Time
Royal Flush For Daly

Hold'em

First to act, Jason Daly opened and Richard Bai three-bet. Daly four-bet and Bai called.

The flop came     and Bai called another bet from Daly. On the turn  , Daly bet again and Bai raised to put Daly all in.

Jason Daly:   
Richard Bai:   

Both players had the same hand, but the river   gave Daly a Royal Flush! He took a photo of the board and also the pot.

Richard Bai2,600,000-2,550,000
Jason Daly2,000,0001,050,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 7:19 PM Local Time
Daly, Albini Chop Up Loman

Stud 8 or Better

Jason Daly:   /    / 
Steven Albini:   /    / 
Kyle Loman:   /    / 

Steven Albini completed and was called by Jason Daly and Kyle Loman. The same action repeated on fourth and fifth streets, with Albini betting and Daly and Loman calling.

On sixth, Daly moved all in for his last 10,000, Albini called, then Loman raised. Albini called as they went to seventh street.

Loman ended up with     for a pair of nines and an 8-6-3-2-A. Albini had     for three tens, while Daly showed     for a 7-5-4-2-A. Albini and Daly split the pot.

"Bad river," bemoaned Loman as he watched his chips split up.

Steven Albini5,500,000-400,000
Kyle Loman2,500,000-350,000
Jason Daly950,000240,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 7:01 PM Local Time
Level 32 started
Level: 32
Blinds: 150,000/300,000
Ante: 0
Friday, June 17, 2022 6:57 PM Local Time
Chip Count On The Break
Steven Albini5,900,0000
Richard Bai5,150,0000
James Morgan3,800,000-2,000,000
Kyle Loman2,850,000-960,000
Jason Daly710,000-120,000
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Friday, June 17, 2022 6:46 PM Local Time
Break Time

Level 31 has come to an end, and the remaining five players are off on another 15-minute break.

Friday, June 17, 2022 6:45 PM Local Time
Albini Could Not Believe It

Razz

Fun hand played by Richard Bai against Steven Albini just before the break incoming.

Steven Albini:   /    / 
Richard Bai:   /    / 

Richard Bai had two Kings faced up but did not want to give it up against Steven Albini. He stood on fourth, fifth and sixth street. Then on seventh street, he bet and Albini called.

Bai showed     and Albini could not believe it : he lost in Razz against two Kings face up, everything happens.

Steven Albini5,900,000-600,000
Richard Bai5,150,000250,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 6:42 PM Local Time
Daly Getting Short

Razz

Jason Daly:   /    / 
Steven Albini:   /    / 

Steven Albini completed and Jason Daly called. Daly led out on fourth street, with Albini calling to see fifth.

Albini bet again on fifth and Daly called before Daly bet on sixth and Albini called. On seventh, it was Albini's turn to bet again, with Daly calling.

"Is this good," Albini said as he showed     for 7-5-4-3-2. Daly mucked as he watched most of his stack go to Albini.

Steven Albini6,500,0001,900,000
Jason Daly830,000-990,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 6:26 PM Local Time
Morgan, Loman Take From Albini

James Morgan

Limit Hold'em

James Morgan raised on the button and Steven Albini called in the big blind.

The flop came     and Morgan continued with a bet. Albini called, then check-called another bet on the   turn.

The river was the   and Morgan bet again. Albini called and showed    for a straight, but Morgan had a higher straight with    to take the pot and the chip lead.

A few hands later, Kyle Loman raised and called a three-bet from Albini. Loman checked when the flop came     and called a bet.

The turn came the   and Loman again check-called. Both players checked down the   turn.

Albini flashed   , but Loman showed    for a flopped pair of jacks that turned into two pair to take another pot off Albini.

James Morgan5,800,000200,000
Steven Albini4,600,000-2,100,000
Kyle Loman2,300,000800,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 6:21 PM Local Time
Loman Does Not Give Up

Stud 8 or Better

Supported by a few friends in the rail, Kyle Lowan is ready to fight for more hours on this final. He played a hand against Richard Bai for almost his life in the tournament, and survived.

Kyle Loman:   /    / 
Richard Bai:   /    / 

Bai bet on fourth and fifth street before calling a bet on sixth street. On last street, Bai bet again and was called by Loman. He quickly showed     for trips sixes but Loman had     and they splitted the pot.

Richard Bai4,900,0001,400,000
Kyle Loman1,500,000750,000
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