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

Sunday, June 19, 2022 to Sunday, June 19, 2022

Event #41: $1,000 Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold'em (freezeout)

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  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: $1,982,030
  • Entries: 2,227
  • Remaining: 0

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Monday, June 20, 2022 3:38 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 17 hours ago)
Ramsey Stovall Wins First Bracelet In The $1,000 Super Turbo Bounty For $191,223

Ramsey Stovall

After 15 hours of play it was poker dealer Ramsey Stovall who outlasted the field of 2,227, including defeating Timothy Heng heads up for $191,223 of the $1,313,930 prize pool in Event #41: $1,000 Super Bounty No-Limit Hold'em, part of the 2022 World Series of Poker at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas, Nevada.

"It hasn't quite sunk in," an elated Stovall said, "I was supposed to work today, but my manager told me to 'go get' em' and come in on your day off instead." Stovall came into the final table as the second-largest stack and, after eliminating two players in one hand, knocked out four out of the five other players in the tournament. He went into heads up with a commanding lead and ended it in only five hands.

Stovall's rail erupted into cheers as his pocket sevens held against Heng's ace-five and swarmed around him in a giant group hug. "I couldn't have asked for a better rail," the newest bracelet winner mentioned with a rail of friends and family surrounding him.

Event #41: $1,000 Super Turbo Bounty Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1stRamsey StovallUnited States$191,268
2ndTimothy HengUnited States$118,213
3rdSteve FrakesUnited States$87,047
4thWing YamUnited States$64,702
5thLarry CarilloUnited States$48,551
6thRafael LebronUnited States$36,782
7thEd ChangUnited States$28,136
8thLouise FrancoeurCanada$21,733
9thWen NiUnited States$16,953

Action Throughout The Day

The total 2,227 entrants that sat down throughout the day saw many players leaving empty handed including Ralph Massey, Tiffany Michelle, WSOP Main Event champions Joe Cada and Koray Aldemir. On the bubble, it was Albert Rogers who became the unfortunate bubble boy when his aces could not fade the queen-ten offsuit of Greg Gabriel.

Post bubble action

Many players who found cashes, but no gold around their wrist included Bertrand "Elky" Grospellier (311st - $1,061), Humberto Brenes (203rd - $1,326), soccer Star Neymar (49th - $3,959), Athanasios Polychronopoulos (27th - $5,696), and Ryan Depaulo (22nd - $,6,941). The bubble of the final table was burst when Josh Arieh fell to Wing Yam when his jack-ten could not hold against Yam's nine-five suited and Jake Gudmundsen fell at the same time when his ace-queen could not draw out against Steve Frakes' pocket kings. They finished in tenth place and ninth place, collecting $13,357 for their efforts.

Final Table Action

The final table began with short-stacked Wen Ni moving all in for his tournament life with a pair of eights, only to get looked up by Wing Yam's ace-ten offsuit. The board came out ace-high and neither of Ni's outs appeared on the turn or river, and Ni collected $16,953 for his ninth place finish.

After that, a double elimination of Louise Francoeur in eighth place and Ed Chang in seventh place followed when both players moved all in against the raise of Stovall, who ended up calling both of them. Stovall held ace-eight against the king-queen of Francoeur and the king-jack of Chang, neither of which found any help on the board. As Francoeur held fewer chips than Chang, she finished in eighth place for $21,733, while Chang finished in seventh place for $28,136.

Rafael Lebron got it in ahead against Stovall when he called his all-in with his top pair of kings against Stovall's ace high. The turn ace, however, gave the lead back to Stovall, and the river did not improve his king-nine suited, and Lebron finished in sixth place for $36,782.

Larry Carillo was set for a double up when he got in his pocket kings in against Stovall's king-ten suited. A flush on the flop left Carillo drawing dead, and he collected $48,551 for his fifth place finish.

Wing Yam
Wing Yam

Wing Yam ended his run in fourth place when he moved in his remaining chips with ace-king against Steve Frakes, who had pocket kings. He collected $64,702 for his deep run.

Frakes flirted with the chip lead for a bit, but after losing a few pots to both players three-handed he ended up having to put his remaining two big blinds in with ace-eight against both players, and he could not hold against the queen-three of Stovall, and his run came to an end in third place for $87,047.

Heads-up play was a relatively short affair as Heng moved in his final 22 big blinds in against Stovall's raise with ace-five offsuit, which Stovall called with pocket sevens. The flop brought a straight draw to Heng, but the turn and river completed no straight, and Heng finished in second place for $118,213.

Congratulations to Ramsey Stovall for winning his first WSOP bracelet! Thank you for tuning in here at PokerNews. Stay tuned for updates from all events during the 2022 WSOP.

Monday, June 20, 2022 2:45 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Timothy Heng Eliminated in 2nd Place ($118,213)

Timothy Heng

Ramsey Stovall raised to 2,400,000 on the button and Timothy Heng shoved all in for around 18,000,000. Stovall stood up and said "Let's go!" as he called.

Timothy Heng:   
Ramsey Stovall:   

The board ran out       and with no help for Heng's hand, Stovall won the final pot of the night with two pair.

Ramsey Stovall44,540,00014,540,000
Timothy Heng0-12,270,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 2:44 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Steve Frakes Eliminated In 3rd Place ($87,047)

Steve Frakes

Ramsey Stovall called on the button as did Timothy Heng in the small blind. In the big blind, Steve "The Mover" Frakes moved all-in for 1,550,000 which both players called.

The flop came out     and both players checked to the   turn that saw Stovall bet 2,000,000 which quickly folded out Heng.

Steve Frakes:   
Ramsey Stovall:   

The river   did not change anything and Frakes ended his run in third place.

Ramsey Stovall30,000,00027,161,000
Timothy Heng12,270,0001,230,000
Steve Frakes0-2,650,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 2:27 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Break Time

The players have just requested a 10-minute break.

Monday, June 20, 2022 2:25 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Heng Leaves Frakes Short

Timothy An-Heng

Steve Frakes raised to 2,000,000 on the button and Timothy Heng jammed for 6,450,000 and Frakes snap-called.

Timothy Heng:   
Steve Frakes:   

Frakes was dominated and started calling for a nine but the       run out was no help as he was left short-stacked.

Timothy Hang13,500,00013,500,000
Ramsey Stovall2,839,000-25,161,000
Steve Frakes2,650,000-6,150,000
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Monday, June 20, 2022 2:24 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Frakes Scores a Double Up

Steve Frakes

Steve Frakes shoved all in for just under 4,000,000 and Ramsey Stovall snap-called.

Steve Frakes:   
Ramsey Stovall:   

The board ran out       and the jack on the flop gave Frakes a pair and a double up.

Ramsey Stovall28,000,000-3,000,000
Steve Frakes8,800,0003,400,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 2:20 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Frakes Getting Short

Steve Frakes raised to 2,100,000 and from the small blind Ramsey Stovall moved all in for 7,500,000 effective.

"You didn't snap," said Stovall "that's good." Frakes tanked for a bit before flashing a   and folding. "You really are lucky Ramsey," Frakes said to Stovall as he raked in the pot.

Ramsey Stovall31,000,0006,700,000
Steve Frakes5,400,000-3,800,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 2:15 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Level 37 started
Level: 37
Blinds: 400,000/800,000
Ante: 800,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 2:08 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Heng Takes a Chunk out of Frakes

Timothy An-Heng

Steve Frakes raised to 1,700,000 on the button and Timothy Heng defended his big blind.

Both players checked to the river on the       and Heng announced all-in for 3,425,000. Heng barely got the words out of his mouth and Frakes had already said call.

Heng tabled    for the nut straight and Frakes tabled    as he cut out the chips to pay Heng.

Ramsey Stovall24,300,0003,900,000
Timothy Heng11,040,0001,890,000
Steve Frakes9,200,000-5,200,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 1:55 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Stovall Takes Down Pot on Flop

Ramsey Stovall raised to 1,350,000 on the button and got a call from Steve Frakes in the big blind. The flop came down     and Frakes checked to Stovall who bet 2,125,000. Frakes showed the   as he laid his hand down and said, "I had the prettiest card in the deck."

Ramsey Stovall20,400,0002,950,000
Steve Frakes14,400,000-3,050,000
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Monday, June 20, 2022 1:52 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 18 hours ago)
Frakes Three-Bets and Takes it

Timothy Heng raised to 1,100,000 on the button and Steve Frakes three-bet to 2,450,000 in the small blind. Ramsey Stovall quickly folded and Heng took about a minute before tossing it in the muck.

"You caught me," Said Heng.

Steve Frakes17,450,000-1,425,000
Ramsey Stovall17,450,000-3,750,000
Timothy Heng9,150,0002,450,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 1:45 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 19 hours ago)
Level 36 started
Level: 36
Blinds: 300,000/600,000
Ante: 600,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 1:43 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 19 hours ago)
Heng Doubles

Ramsey Stovall raised to 1,125,000 on the button and Timothy Heng moved all-in from the small blind for 2,300,000, folding out the big blind and Stovall called.

Timothy Heng:   
Ramsey Stovall:   

The board ran out       and the three aces were good for Heng to double through Stovall.

Ramsey Stovall21,200,000-2,850,000
Timothy Heng6,700,0002,600,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 1:40 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 19 hours ago)
Wing Yam Eliminated in 4th Place ($64,702)

Wing Yam

Steve Frakes raised to 1,000,000 from under the gun and Wing Yam shoved all in for around 8,000,000 which Frakes snap-called.

Wing Yam:   
Steve Frakes:   

The board ran out       and with no ace showing up, Frakes' kings held to send Yam out of the tournament in fourth place.

Steve Frakes18,875,00012,475,000
Wing Yam0-10,200,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 1:35 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 19 hours ago)
Larry Carillo Eliminated in 5th Place ($48,551)

Larry Carillo

Ramsey Stovall raised to 850,000 and Larry Carillo jammed for 4,025,000 on the button. Stovall made the call.

Larry Carillo:   
Ramsey Stovall:   

Carillo was in great shape until the flop came    , giving Stovall a flush on the flop. Carillo was drawing slim and the   on the turn sealed his fate. The   river was just a formality as Carillo was eliminated in 5th Place for $48,551.

Ramsey Stovall24,050,0005,750,000
Steve Frakes6,400,0001,175,000
Timothy Heng4,100,000-25,000
Larry Carillo0-4,100,000
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Monday, June 20, 2022 1:33 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 19 hours ago)
Level 35 started
Level: 35
Blinds: 250,000/500,000
Ante: 500,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 1:31 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 19 hours ago)
Stovall Pulls Ahead

Wing Yam raised to 900,000 on the button and was called by Ramsey Stovall in the small blind and Wing Yam in the big blind.

The flop of     saw action check around to Yam who bet 800,000 and each player called.

The turn of   checked through to the   that saw Stovall bet 4,400,000, folding out both players. Stovall flashed    for a flopped set and turned boat as he added distance between himself and the rest of the table.

Ramsey Stovall18,300,0003,000,000
Wing Yam10,200,000-3,300,000
Larry Carillo4,100,000-2,400,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 1:22 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 19 hours ago)
Heng Triples

Timothy An-Heng

Steve Frakes raised to 1,000,000 in the hijack and Wing Yam called next to act. Timothy Heng was in the big blind and put the rest of his 1,175,000 in the middle. Both Frakes and Yam called.

The dealer fanned a flop of     and Frakes checked to Yam who put out a bet of 1,200,000. Frakes took some time saying, "I knew this was exactly what was going to happen," before tossing his cards into the muck.

Timothy Heng:   
Wing Yam:   

"Come on poker gods!" Yelled Heng.

The board completed with the   on the turn and the   on the river and Heng celebrated as he screamed "yes! I don't have to go home yet!"

Wing Yam13,500,000-1,225,000
Steve Frakes5,225,000-1,175,000
Timothy Heng4,125,0002,575,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 1:14 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 19 hours ago)
Updated Counts
Ramsey Stovall15,300,0004,500,000
Wing Yam14,725,000-1,475,000
Larry Carillo6,500,000-600,000
Steve Frakes6,400,0000
Timothy Heng1,550,00050,000
Monday, June 20, 2022 1:12 AM Local Time (about 12 days and 19 hours ago)
Level 34 started
Level: 34
Blinds: 200,000/400,000
Ante: 400,000
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