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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 12:48 PM Local Time (about 56 days and 20 hours ago)
Danny Chang Eliminated in 18th Place ($6,542)

Danny Chang

Seven Card Stud

Danny Chang was already all in by fifth street and up against Kyle Loman.

Danny Chang:        
Kyle Loman:       

Loman finished with a wheel and Chang quickly mucked his cards and headed off to the payout desk.

"I love Stud, and Stud loves me back," Loman said after the hand.

Kyle Loman1,800,000300,000
Danny Chang0-900,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 12:43 PM Local Time (about 56 days and 20 hours ago)
Roth Keeps Firing; Bigelow Finally Arrives

Omaha 8 or Better

Robin Rightmire opened the pot with a raise before Michelle Roth reraised in the cutoff. Big blind Tamon Nakamura called, as did Rightmire.

The flop came     and Roth bet. Rightmire called while Nakamura got out of the way.

Roth kept betting as the board ran out   , with Rightmire calling on both streets.

Roth turned over      for the nut flush and a six-five low to win the pot.

On the other side feature table, Jason Bigelow has finally taken his seat after being blinded off for the first 35 minutes of Day 3. Bigelow thought it was a 2 p.m. start and only realized play had already begun when he checked the updates on his computer and saw players were already eliminated.

Tamon Nakamura1,400,000-300,000
Michelle Roth1,100,000-305,000
Robin Rightmire550,000-450,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 12:31 PM Local Time (about 56 days and 20 hours ago)
Michael Estes Eliminated in 19th Place ($6,542)

Michael Estes

Omaha 8 or Better

Danny Chang opened, Steven Loube called on the button, Murilo Figueredo called from the small blind, and Michael Estes called from the big.

The flop of     was checked by Figueredo and bet by Estes. Everybody called to see the   on the turn.

This time, Figueredo led and Estes raised. The other players folded to Figueredo, who managed to get Estes all in.

"Do you really have it ?" asked Estes, "Ace-jack?"
"I do," answered Figueredo, who quickly turned over his cards.

Michael Estes:     
Murilo Figueredo:     

With a made Broadway straight and a flush redraw, Figueredo was a lock to win the pot.
Ther river came   and Michael Estes was eliminated.

Murilo Figueredo1,300,000530,000
Michael Estes0-140,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 12:23 PM Local Time (about 56 days and 20 hours ago)
Ziya Rahim Eliminated in 20th Place ($6,542)

Ziya Rahim

Limit Hold'em

Ziya Rahim moved all in for his last 50,000 from the cutoff and received calls from Tamon Nakamura on the button and Robin Rightmire in the big blind.

The flop came     and Rightmire checked to Nakamura, then folded to a bet.

Ziya Rahim:   
Tamon Nakamura:   

"I have two overcards," Rahim said when he saw Nakamura's pair of eights. The board ran out   , missing Rahim and sending him to the payout desk in 20th place.

Tamon Nakamura1,700,0000
Robin Rightmire1,000,000-140,000
Ziya Rahim0-365,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 12:16 PM Local Time (about 56 days and 21 hours ago)
Jamie McCarrel Eliminated in 21st Place ($6,542)

Jamie McCarrel

Stud 8 or Better

Jamie McCarrel:   /    / 
Tamon Nakamura:   /    / 
Jason Daly:   /    / 
Steven Albini:   /    - folded

Steven Albini completed, Jamie McCarrel called, and Tamon Nakamura raised. Jason Daly called, as did Albini and McCarrel.

Nakamura bet on fourth and fifth streets, with all three opponents calling on fourth before Albini folded on fifth. Nakamura bet again on sixth, Daly raised, and McCarrel called all in. Nakamura called.

Nakamura showed     for a full house, jacks full of eights, while Daly made a low with    . McCarrel mucked his board and was eliminated in 21st place.

Jason Daly1,800,000-215,000
Tamon Nakamura1,700,000695,000
Steven Albini1,200,000230,000
Jamie McCarrel0-270,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 12:11 PM Local Time (about 56 days and 21 hours ago)
Adrian Panocki Eliminated In 22nd Place ($6,542)

Adrian Panocki

Limit Hold'em

With the smallest stack in the field, Adrian Panocki did not survive. He doubled up once in Stud 8 or Better against John Fahmy, but went all in two hands later in hold'em against Shirley Rosario on a     flop.

Shirley Rosario:   
Adrian Panocki:   

Rosario made a pair of Nines on the flop and neither the turn   nor the river   helped Adrian Panocki, who is the first player eliminated today.

Shirley Rosario1,200,00030,000
Adrian Panocki0-85,000
Friday, June 17, 2022 11:57 AM Local Time (about 56 days and 21 hours ago)
Play Almost Underway

The 22 remaining players are currently unbagging their chips on the three main feature tables inside the Bally's Event Center. Day 3 should begin in a few minutes.

Friday, June 17, 2022 10:36 AM Local Time (about 56 days and 22 hours ago)
David Williams Seeks to Snap 16-Year Drought as 22 Remain on Day 3

David Williams

It's been a long 16 years since David Williams last won a World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

Now Williams is in a prime position to end that drought as he carries the chip lead into the final day of Event #32: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. The 2,125,000 he bagged up last night paces the remaining 22 players as they attempt to play down to a winner today beginning at noon local time.

Directly behind Williams is Jason Daly (2,015,000), who found himself the target of controversy when he was allowed to remain in the wrong seat, much to the disapproval of some of his new tablemates. Michelle Roth (1,405,000) and Shirley Rosario (1,170,000) are also in the top five, looking to join Casino Employee's event champion Katie Kopp as female WSOP bracelet winners in 2022.

Tamon Nakamura, a burgeoning poker star from Japan, is still alive with 1,005,000 after having the chip lead for most of Day 2. Record producer and bracelet winner Steven Albini is also in the hunt with 970,000.

Event #32: H.O.R.S.E Top 10 Chip Counts

1David WilliamsUnited States2,125,000
2Jason DalyUnited States2,015,000
3Michelle RothUnited States1,405,000
4Richard BaiUnited States1,310,000
5Shirley RosarioUnited States1,170,000
6Robin RightmireUnited States1,140,000
7Kyle LomanUnited States1,110,000
8Tamon NakamuraJapan1,005,000
9Peter BrownsteinUnited States975,000
10Steven AlbiniUnited States970,000

Play will pick up in Level 26, with limits at 40,000/80,000. The plan is to play until there is only one player left who is holding the bracelet.

PokerNews will be on hand throughout the day providing updates and chip counts until a new H.O.R.S.E. champion is crowned.

Friday, June 17, 2022 10:31 AM Local Time (about 56 days and 22 hours ago)
Day 3 Seat Draw
Bally's11James Morgan (CAN)Canada555,000
Bally's12Steven LoubeUnited States900,000
Bally's13Murilo FigueredoBrazil770,000
Bally's14Michael EstesUnited States140,000
Bally's15Peter BrownsteinUnited States975,000
Bally's16Eddy VataruUnited States595,000
Bally's17Danny ChangUnited States900,000
Bally's18Kyle LomanUnited States1,110,000
Bally's21Steven AlbiniUnited States970,000
Bally's22Jamie McCarrelUnited States270,000
Bally's23Ziya RahimUnited States365,000
Bally's24Tamon NakamuraJapan1,005,000
Bally's25Jason DalyUnited States2,015,000
Bally's27Robin RightmireUnited States1,140,000
Bally's28Michelle RothUnited States1,405,000
Bally's32Jason BigelowCanada750,000
Bally's33John FahmyUnited States265,000
Bally's34Richard BaiUnited States1,310,000
Bally's35Maurizio MelaraItaly585,000
Bally's36Shirley RosarioUnited States1,170,000
Bally's37David WilliamsUnited States2,125,000
Bally's38Adrian PanockiPoland85,000