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

Friday, June 24, 2022 to Sunday, June 26, 2022

Event #52: $2,500 Nine Game Mix 6-Handed

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  • Buy-in: $2,500
  • Prizepool: $1,014,600
  • Entries: 456
  • Remaining: 0

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Sunday, June 26, 2022 7:27 PM Local Time
Paur Swings

Stud

Taylor Paur:   /    / 
Sampo Ryynanen:   /    / 

Ryynanen bet on third and fourth street, then both players check fifth street. Sixth and seventh street were the same scenario, but this time, Paur raised it. Ryyananen looked surprised but finally called, to see     for Taylor, who made a flush. It was the winning hand.

Action is pretty wild on both tables, Taylor Paur was up to 1,900,000, but lost a pot to Phil Long just after, to be back in the average.

Sampo Ryynanen1,750,000-450,000
Taylor Paur1,400,000100,000
Phil Long1,200,000395,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 7:15 PM Local Time
Paur Gets Near Double from Chow in Huge Stud Pot

Taylor Paur

Seven Card Stud

Taylor Paur:    /    
Michael Chow:    /    

Picking action up on fourth street, showing ace-high on board, Taylor Paur check-called a bet from Michael Chow.

On fifth street, Paur paired his ace, but checked, with his opponent now showing a three-flush on board. Chow then bet and Paur called.

Paur picked up a third ace on sixth street and this time led into Chow, who made the call.

On seventh, Paur slowed down with a check, which brought a quick bet from Chow.

Paur then check-raised, leaving himself with a single T-5,000 chip behind.

Chow frustratedly mucked his hand, sending the huge pot across the table.

Michael Chow1,515,000-512,000
Taylor Paur1,300,000670,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 7:02 PM Local Time
Long Doubles through Park

No-Limit Hold'em

Phil Long was all-in in the small blind versus Kijoon Park in the big blind for a flip to preserve his tournament life.

Phil Long:   
Kijoon Park:   

The board of       came clean for Long who doubled up through the chip leader.

Kijoon Park3,505,0003,505,000
Phil Long805,000365,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 6:45 PM Local Time
Chip Counts at Break
Kijoon Park3,885,0003,885,000
Sampo Ryynanen2,200,0001,560,000
David Bach2,050,000-300,000
Michael Chow2,027,000-273,000
Andre Akkari1,700,000-260,000
Nick Guagenti1,375,000945,000
Warwick Mirzikinian1,275,000175,000
Taylor Paur630,000-170,000
Phil Long440,000-530,000
Scott Bohlman350,000-560,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 6:43 PM Local Time
Break

Players are now enjoying a 15-minute break.

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Sunday, June 26, 2022 6:27 PM Local Time
Mike Gorodinsky Eliminated in 11th Place ($13,070)

Mike Gorodinsky

No-Limit Hold'em

Michael Chow raised to 60,000 on the button and Mike Gorodinsky moved all in blind for his last 76,000. Chow called.

Mike Gorodinsky:   
Michael Chow:   

On the flop of    , Gorodinsky squeezed his cards and said he had paint. By the turn   however, it wouldn't matter, as Chow made a straight, while Gorodinsky then showed    and was drawing dead before the dealer dropped the   on the river.

Michael Chow2,300,000-200,000
Mike Gorodinsky0-860,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 6:24 PM Local Time
Long Survived

Stud 8 or better

Phil Long:   /    / 
Nick Guagenti:   /    / 
Warwick Mirzikinian:   /    / 

Phil Long was all-in for his last 95,000 on fifth street. Guangenti raised and Mirzikinian called. Both players check the sixth and seventh street.

Long showed     for two-pair eights and sixes and it was the winning hand. He took this nice pot, while with    , Warwick Mirzikinian took the side pot.

Warwick Mirzikinian1,100,000-380,000
Phil Long970,000645,000
Nick Guagenti430,000-60,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 6:16 PM Local Time
Long Now Short Again Thanks to Mirzikinian

Seven Card Stud 8 or Better

Warwick Mirzikinian:    /    
Phil Long:    /    

Picking action up on fourth street, Warwick Mirzikinian check-called bets from Phil Long on fourth and fifth streets, then after action was checked through on sixth with Mirzikinian pairing his door card, the players checked once more on seventh.

Mirzikinian showed two pair, eights and sevens along with an eight-seven low, which was good on both sides of the pot to scoop and put Long back on a short stack.

Warwick Mirzikinian1,480,000680,000
Phil Long325,000-25,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 6:01 PM Local Time
Hernan Salazar Eliminated In 12th Place ($10,367)

Hernan Salazar

Limit Hold'em

Down to a shortstack, Hernan Salazar defended his big blind after a raise from Kijoon Park, first to act.

His last few chips, Salazar invested them after a bet from Park, on a     flop.

Hernan Salazar:   
Kijoon Park:   

"Oh, nice hand !" said Park before the turn   and especially the   on the river. Park just caught a top pair to take the lead and eliminate Hernan Salazar from this tournament.

Kijoon Park3,900,0003,900,000
Hernan Salazar0-511,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 5:54 PM Local Time
Akkari Shortens Guagenti

Andre Akkari

Limit Hold'em

Andre Akkari raised in first position and was three-bet by Nick Guagenti in the small blind.

Akkari called to see a flop of    , then faced an immediate bet from Guagenti. Akkari called.

On the turn  , Guagenti bet again and was once more called by Akkari.

The river pairing   saw one more bet from Guagenti, but this time he was met by a raise by Akkari.

Guagenti gave his decision over a minute's time before tossing in a call to see    from Akkari for rivered trips.

Guagenti frustratedly tossed his cards into the muck as the large pot was pushed to the Brazilian star.

Andre Akkari1,960,000460,000
Nick Guagenti490,000-610,000
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Sunday, June 26, 2022 5:43 PM Local Time
Park Increases His Chiplead

Razz

Kijoon Park and Taylor Paur played a big hand of Razz, with Park who bet every street.

Kijoon Park:   /    / 
Taylor Paur:   /    / 

Park bet all the way and showed     and it was the winning hand. Paur only had     and Park just increased his chip lead after that hand.

Kijoon Park3,700,0003,700,000
Taylor Paur800,000-500,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 5:39 PM Local Time
Bach Leaves Long Short Stack

Omaha 8 or better

David Bach opened and two players called, including Phil Long in the big blind.

On a     flop, Bach bet and was called by the two players. On a   turn, Bach bet again and Long was the only caller.
The river was a   and Long checked for the third time. Bach bet a last time and Long called.

Bach showed      and scooped the pot with A-2 for the low and flush for the Hi.

David Bach2,350,000-100,000
Phil Long350,000-300,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 5:26 PM Local Time
Final Two Table Redraw
TableSeatPlayerChip Count
11Mike Gorodinsky860,000
12Taylor Paur1,300,000
13Hernan Salazar511,000
14Kijoon Park3,000,000
15Michael Chow2,500,000
16Sampo Ryynanen640,000
    
21Andre Akkari1,500,000
22Scott Bohlman910,000
23Phil Long650,000
24David Bach2,450,000
25Nick Guagenti1,100,000
26Warwick Mirzikinian800,000
Kijoon Park3,000,0003,000,000
Michael Chow2,500,0001,094,000
David Bach2,450,0000
Andre Akkari1,500,000453,000
Taylor Paur1,300,00035,000
Nick Guagenti1,100,000-821,000
Scott Bohlman910,000-50,000
Mike Gorodinsky860,000-500,000
Warwick Mirzikinian800,00050,000
Phil Long650,000252,000
Sampo Ryynanen640,000-320,000
Hernan Salazar511,000-211,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 5:16 PM Local Time
Daniel Negreanu Eliminated in 13th Place ($10,367)

Daniel Negreanu

Limit Hold'em

Picking action up on the flop with approximately 140,000 in the pot on a flop of    , David Bach checked his big blind to Daniel Negreanu who bet from the cutoff. Warwick Mirzikinian folded on the button and Bach came back with a raise, which Negreanu called.

The turn brought the   and Negreanu called a bet from Bach.

On the   river, Negreanu just called another bet, leaving himself just 20,000 behind.

Bach showed    for a flopped straight, and Negreanu mucked his hand.

On the next hand, Negreanu was all-in in the big blind for that last 20,000.

Kijoon Park raised the button and was heads-up with Negreanu.

Daniel Negreanu:   
Kijoon Park:   

Negreanu was well ahead, but as much of his summer has been, his luck failed him as on the       runout, as Park drilled a king on the end to three-out Negreanu and send him to the payout cage.

With just 12 players now remaining, another redraw has taken place with the remaining two tables moved to "The Horseshoe" in the shadow of the mothership.

Kijoon Park3,000,0003,000,000
David Bach2,450,000870,000
Warwick Mirzikinian750,000-480,000
Daniel Negreanu0-685,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 4:52 PM Local Time
Salazar Pays the Whole Way Versus Ryynanen

Razz

Sampo Ryynanen:    /    
Hernan Salazar:    /    

Picking action up on fourth street with Hernan Salazar pairing his door card, Sampo Ryynanen bet, and continued betting every street, including seventh, receiving calls the whole way from Salazar.

Ryynanen showed an eight-seven on the end which prompted Salazar to muck his hand.

Sampo Ryynanen960,000288,000
Hernan Salazar722,000-313,000
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Sunday, June 26, 2022 4:40 PM Local Time
Negreanu Chips Up in Stud

Daniel Negreanu

Seven Card Stud

Daniel Negreanu:   /   
Warwick MIrzikinian:   /    - folded fifth street
Kijoon Park:   /    - folded fifth street
David Bach:   /  - folded bring-in

Daniel Negreanu completed David Bach's bring-in and was called by both Warwick Mirzikinian and KT Park. Bach folded.

On fourth street Park checked to Negreanu who bet, and was called by both remaining opponents.

Negreanu continued betting on fifth street and received a pair of folds to earn a healthy pot and chip up to nearly 700,000.

Kijoon Park2,350,0002,350,000
David Bach1,580,000-49,000
Warwick Mirzikinian1,230,000195,000
Daniel Negreanu685,000220,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 4:21 PM Local Time
Chip Counts at Break
Kijoon Park2,500,000800,000
Nick Guagenti1,921,000461,000
David Bach1,629,00029,000
Michael Chow1,406,000-394,000
Mike Gorodinsky1,360,000-40,000
Taylor Paur1,265,000285,000
Andre Akkari1,047,000506,000
Warwick Mirzikinian1,035,000-475,000
Hernan Salazar1,035,000-25,000
Scott Bohlman960,000160,000
Sampo Ryynanen672,000-128,000
Daniel Negreanu465,000-198,000
Phil Long398,000-107,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 4:03 PM Local Time
Zak Lawson Eliminated In 14th Place ($10,367)

Zak Lawson

2-7 Triple Draw

Zak Lawson was down to 47,000 when he decided to play this hand. Only Phil Long was against him.

On the first draw, Lawson changed two cards, Long changed one. Same scenario on the second draw, before they both picked one card each on the last draw.

With      , Lawson made a pair and could not beat       for Long who had a queen.

Two hand before that, Lawson confessed to his opponents that he never plays mix games usually. Akkari and Salazar looked surprised and speechless to that.

Phil Long505,000-195,000
Zak Lawson0-390,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 3:51 PM Local Time
Owais Ahmed Eliminated in 15th place ($10,367)

Owais Ahmed

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

Back-to-back losses to Daniel Negreanu have sent Owais Ahmed to the rail.

First, Ahmed raised to 40,000 in the cutoff, and Negreanu moved all in for a little under 300,000.

Ahmed called and drew one. Negreanu stood pat and showed      . Ahmed was drawing to     , but pulled a   to leave him with just over 100,000.

Shortly after, Ahmed got the last of his chips in against Negreanu with a pat      , with Negreanu drawing one to     . "Kid Poker" drew a   to eliminate Ahmed.

Daniel Negreanu663,000-227,000
Owais Ahmed0-248,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 3:45 PM Local Time
Christian Pereira Eliminated in 16th Place ($10,367)

Christian Pereira

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

Christian Pereira moved all in for 93,000 from the cutoff and was called by Michael Chow on the button.

Pereira drew one, while Chow patted.

Chow showed       and Pereira simply mucked his hand, knowing he was drawing dead.

Michael Chow1,800,000700,000
Christian Pereira0-180,000
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