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

Tuesday, June 21, 2022 to Friday, June 24, 2022

Event #46: $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em

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  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • Prizepool: $4,243,500
  • Entries: 920
  • Remaining: 0


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Thursday, June 23, 2022 2:56 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 22 hours ago)
Hu Does He Think He Is?

Anthony Hu

Anthony Hu and Anthony Zinno filled PokerNews in on the action. After an early position raise from Danny Pyke, Daniel Reijmer called on the button. When it folded to Anthony Hu in the big blind, he moved all in covering both players.

Pyke, with 800,000 behind, folded, but Daniel Raijmer, sporting his patented bright purple Nintendo hat, called all in for his last 1,150,000. With cards on their backs, we were off to the races.

Daniel Reijmer:   
Anthony Hu:   

The board of       was favorable to Hu, who hit his jack on the flop and held to knock out Reijmer.

Anthony Hu2,700,000900,000
Danny Pyke800,000-500,000
Daniel Reijmer0-1,200,000
Thursday, June 23, 2022 2:53 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 22 hours ago)
Double Up for Fox

Felipe Ketzer took his small blind option to raise all in for around 1,600,000 and everyone but the button, Elio Fox folded. Ketzer had Fox's 380,000 stack covered and the two flipped over their hands.

Elio Fox:   
Felipe Ketzer:   

The board came down       to give Fox the double up with a straight to the seven to stay in the game.

Felipe Ketzer1,900,000360,000
Elio Fox1,125,000575,000
Thursday, June 23, 2022 2:49 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 22 hours ago)
Some Updated Chip Counts
Anthony Hu1,800,00055,000
Jesse Lonis1,220,000365,000
Daniel Reijmer1,200,000205,000
Roger Taieb1,050,000145,000
Rok Gostisa940,000370,000
Jangkyu Lee910,000110,000
Johan Schumacher780,000-115,000
Elio Fox550,000-345,000
Shawn Daniels320,000-115,000
Anthony Zinno320,000-40,000
Thursday, June 23, 2022 2:45 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 22 hours ago)
Frank Gets a Fold from Waigel

In a blind versus blind situation, the flop showed     when Christopher Frank and Ezequiel Waigel opted to check.

The turn brought the   and this time Frank check-called a bet worth 25,000 from Waigel. On the   turn, Frank led out for 90,000 and Waigel considered it for some time before folding.

Ezequiel Waigel4,800,00070,000
Christopher Frank1,320,000770,000
Thursday, June 23, 2022 2:38 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 22 hours ago)
Early Day Bustouts
Joe Cada00
Johan Martinet00
Nick Palma0-270,000
Kenny Hallaert0-395,000
Rui Bouquet0-1,050,000
Chad Himmelspach0-440,000
Gyeonseok Jeon0-370,000
Thursday, June 23, 2022 2:36 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 22 hours ago)
Biggest Pot Of The Tournament

Ezequiel Waigel

The biggest pot of the tournament so far just took place. Christopher Frank filled PokerNews in on the action until the river. Apparently, Ezequiel Waigel raised from the button to 55,000 chips and the small blind, Johan Martinet three-bet to 200,000. Facing the three-bet, Waigel four-bet to 485,000 and Martinet called.

Both players checked the flop and turn of      then on the   river, Martinet moved all in for his last 1,245,000 chips. Two of the biggest stacks in the room Waigel had him covered by about double the jam amount.

After several minutes in the tank. Waigel called off and tabled   , which was good against the bluff of Martinet with   . Waigel now moves into a strong chip lead and Martinet exits the tournament floor.

Ezequiel Waigel4,730,0001,290,000
Johan Martinet0-2,150,000
Thursday, June 23, 2022 2:28 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 22 hours ago)
D'Ambrosio Scores Early Pot

Anthony Spinella raised to 50,000 under the gun and got multiway action from small bind, Jimmy D'Ambrosio and big blind Yulian Bogdanov.

The flop came down     and the blinds checked to Spinella who bet 45,000 which came back around to D'Ambrosio, who called and Bogdanov who folded.

A   came on the turn and the remaining two checked.

On the river was a   and D'Ambrosio fired out a 85,000 bet which Spinella then folded to.

Anthony Spinella2,425,000-150,000
Jimmy D'Ambrosio1,050,000150,000
Thursday, June 23, 2022 2:20 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 22 hours ago)
Pastore River Jam Puts Moran To The Test

After Jonathan Pastore bet the button versus Dan Moran in the big blind, Moran called the 40,000 chip bet on a flop of    .

Onwards to a turn of   and after checked to, Pastore kept firing, this time 115,000. Moran made the call and the   river completed the board.

On the 'straighty flushy' board, Moran checked once again to Pastore who decided to move all in covering Moran for 450,000.

Moran, facing three barrels of aggression, let his hand go.

Jonathan Pastore1,350,00010,000
Dan Moran450,000-245,000
Thursday, June 23, 2022 2:02 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 23 hours ago)
Shuffle Up and Deal

Cards are in the air and play is now underway for the remaining 46 players.

Thursday, June 23, 2022 1:01 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 24 hours ago)
46 Players Remain on Day 3 of Event #46: $5,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed

Ezequiel Waigel

After two days of play, 46 players out of the original 920 will return to the 2022 WSOP at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas at 3:00 p.m. PT for Day 3 of Event #46: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed, where they will continue their quest for a spot at the final table.

Play will resume at Level 21 with blinds at 10,000-25,000 and will continue throughout the day until there are 5 players remaining. They will then bag their chips for the night and finish up tomorrow when a new WSOP bracelet winner will be crowned and will take home the $771,765 top prize.

A total prize pool of $4,243,500 had 138 spots being paid. With a star-studded field, many notables including Damian Salas, Ryan Riess, Daniel Negreanu, Norbert Szecsi already took home some of the prize pool and there are still many big names into divvy up the rest over the next two days.

Argentina's Ezequiel Waigel is the chip leader heading into Day 3, sitting on a stack of 3,440,000. Waigel has plenty of previous cashed but will be looking to add his first bracelet to his resume.

Rounding out the top five in chips are Anthony Spinella (2,575,000), Stephen Song (2,485,000), Johan Martinet (2,150,000), and Justin Bond (2,145,000)

Stay tuned in to PokerNews at 3:00 p.m. PT today for live reporting on all the action.