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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 11:06 PM Local Time
Akkari Resists, His Rail Wakes Up

Limit Holdem

Andre Akkari opened in late position and Taylor Paur raised from the button. The Brazilian called to see a flop.

    was checked by Akkari, Paur bet and Akkari check-raised. Paur thought about it for a while, then he folded.

The Brazilian rail moved from this final table, with Andre Akkari, to another one, on event #53 with two Brazilian players, and it's all about "vamoooo" in the Bally's Room now.

Taylor Paur3,550,000155,000
Andre Akkari1,160,000-80,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 11:00 PM Local Time
Level 28 started
Level: 28
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 0
Sunday, June 26, 2022 10:51 PM Local Time
Park Over Five Million

Kijoon Park

Seven Card Stud

Kijoon Park:   /   
Phil Long:   /    - folded fifth street
Nick Guagenti:   /    - folded fifth street

After Phil Long completed and Nick Guagenti called, Kijoon Park defended his bring-in.

Guagenti picked up an ace on fourth street and bet, only to be called by both opponents.

On fifth street, Park paired his door card three and led right out. Long quickly folded, but Guagenti took some time before making his decision.

Ultimately he chose to fold rather than commit another 200,000 chips and maybe more to the pot as Park now crosses the five million chip mark as pot sizes are growing as the night goes on and the blinds and limits rise steeply.

KT Park5,050,000850,000
Nick Guagenti2,050,000-900,000
Phil Long1,200,000-370,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 10:36 PM Local Time
Chow Doubles Through Bach

Michael Chow

No-Limit Hold'em

Michael Chow moved all in from the cutoff for 700,000 and was instantly called by David Bach in the big blind.

Michael Chow:   
David Bach:   

The flop gave Bach the advantage in the flip as it came    . The turn brought the  , giving Bach two pair, but also giving Chow hope with a flush draw.

The   sailed in on the river to give Chow the backdoor flush and give him a huge double-up.

Michael Chow1,400,000680,000
David Bach1,200,000-500,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 10:26 PM Local Time
Bach Gets it Back

Seven Card Stud 8 or Better

David Bach:    /    
Kijoon Park:    /    
Phil Long:   /   - folded fourth street

Kijoon Park defended his bring-in after Phil Long raised and David Bach called.

On fourth street, picking up an ace, Park led out. Long then folded and Bach raised. Park made the call to see fifth street.

The players each checked, then on sixth, Park check-called a bet from Bach, then did so again on seventh street.

Bach announced a full house of deuces full of eights, which scooped the pot earning him back the chips he lost in their previous encounter.

Kijoon Park4,200,0004,200,000
David Bach1,700,000850,000
Phil Long1,570,000-750,000
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Sunday, June 26, 2022 10:15 PM Local Time
Park Wins Another Big Pot

Seven Card Stud 8 or Better

David Bach:   /    / 
Kijoon Park:   /    / 

On the seventh street, Kijoon Park bet and David Bach check-raised. Bach looked less than excited to call the three-bet on seventh but eventually, he obliged. Park showed     for a full house and David Bach could only muck his hand.

Kijoon Park4,900,0004,900,000
David Bach850,000-850,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 10:05 PM Local Time
Level 27 started
Level: 27
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 0
Sunday, June 26, 2022 10:02 PM Local Time
Unofficial Final Table Redraw
     
SeatPlayerChip CountBig BlindsBig Bets
1David Bach1,700,0004311
2Kijoon Park3,240,0008120
3Phil Long2,320,0005815
4Andre Akkari1,240,000318
5Michael Chow720,000185
6Taylor Paur3,395,0008521
7Nick Guagenti2,950,0007418
Taylor Paur3,395,0000
Kijoon Park3,240,0003,240,000
Nick Guagenti2,950,0000
Phil Long2,320,0000
David Bach1,700,0000
Andre Akkari1,240,0000
Michael Chow720,0000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 9:10 PM Local Time
Dinner Break Chip Counts
Taylor Paur3,395,000995,000
Kijoon Park3,240,0003,240,000
Nick Guagenti2,950,0000
Phil Long2,320,000620,000
David Bach1,700,0000
Andre Akkari1,240,000-60,000
Michael Chow720,000-930,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 9:04 PM Local Time
Dinner Break

Players are now on a 60-minute dinner break. Action will resume at 9:55p.m.

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Sunday, June 26, 2022 9:02 PM Local Time
Scott Bohlman Eliminated in 8th Place ($16,929)

Scott Bohlman

Scott Bohlman:        
David Bach:        
Nick Guagenti:   - folded bring-in

On the last hand before dinner break, a short-stacked Scott Bohlman raised showing the  . David Bach then made it two bets to go with the  . Nick Guagenti folded his bring-in and Bohlman called with just a couple of bets left.

On fourth street, Bach picked up the   and bet. Bohlman called, picking up the  .

Bohlman's last bet went in on fifth with the   while Bach picked up the  . The rest of the cards were then revealed and moved around in front of the players.

Bohlman needed to improve split nines, while Bach showed buried kings in the hole.

Nothing changed on sixth street, and on seventh Bach made a second pair with fives and Bohlman needed an ace or a nine.

He squeezed a no-sider, but then flipped over the  , ending his run in 8th place.

With seven players now remaining, a redraw for the final table will take place at the completion of dinner break.

Nick Guagenti2,950,0001,370,000
David Bach1,700,000250,000
Scott Bohlman0-500,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 8:48 PM Local Time
Guagenti Puts Bohlman Back on the Short Stack

Nick Guagenti

No-Limit Hold'em

Nick Guagenti raised on the button and was called by Scott Bohlman in the big blind.

On the     flop, the players each checked.

The turn put four to a straight on the board in the form of the  .

Bohlman put out a bet of 40,000 and was raised to 200,000 by Guagenti. Bohlman called to see a river.

That river came an innocuous   and both players opted to check.

Bohlman showed    for top pair, but Guagenti showed    for the low end of a straight to take the pot and bring Bohlman back down to 500,000 chips.

Nick Guagenti1,580,000-20,000
Scott Bohlman500,000-400,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 8:43 PM Local Time
PN Podcast: Brian Hastings 17th Player to Win 6th Bracelet; Phil Ivey Makes Run at No. 11
PN Cup
PN Cup

In the latest edition of the PokerNews Podcast, Chad Holloway and Jesse Fullen bring you all the latest from the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas. That includes highlighting all the recent bracelet winners and even interviews with the likes of Daniel Weinman, Ramsey Stovall, Ali Eslami, and Justin Pechie.

They also talk about Brian Hastings becoming just the 17th player in WSOP history to capture six or more bracelets, as well as Phil Ivey getting everyone excited by making a serious run at his 11th gold bracelet. Additionally, there are highlights from the Wynn $2,200 Mystery Bounty, Neymar Jr. notching his first-ever WSOP cash, and Dan Zack winning his second bracelet of the summer (as well as taking the lead in the 2022 WSOP Player of the Year race).

They also offer a preview of the PokerNews Cup at Golden Nugget June 24-28 and offer their picks after the final ten nominees were released for the Poker Hall of Fame Class of 2022.

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Sunday, June 26, 2022 8:33 PM Local Time
Akkari Chopped up by Bohlman and Guagenti

Seven Card Stud 8 or Better

Nick Guagenti:     /   
Scott Bohlman:     /   
Andre Akkari:     /   

With approximately 400,000 already in the pot on fifth street as the big bet rounds began, Andre Akkari checked to Scott Bohlman who bet, showing a three-card low straight flush. Nick Guagenti then raised showing three to a low. After some deliberation, Akkari called with two hearts and two low cards. Bohlman also called and a huge pot was brewing.

On sixth street, action slowed down with all three players checking.

But on seventh, after Akkari checked, Bohlman bet again and was called by Guagenti. Akkari took his time before deciding to fold, showing   , then tossing them to the muck.

Bohlman showed an eight-six for low, with no flush, despite his four up cards being spades.

Guagenti took the high half of the pot with trip sevens, as Akkari was left in the cold in this over 1,000,000 chip pot.

Nick Guagenti1,600,000250,000
Andre Akkari1,300,000-400,000
Scott Bohlman900,000-400,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 8:18 PM Local Time
Sampo Ryynanen Eliminated In 9th Place ($16,929)

Sampo Ryynanen

Limit Holdem

Sampo Ryynanen opened then called the three-bet from Phil Long.

A     flop came and Ryynanen check-raised. Long called and the last chips of Ryynanen were into the middle on a   turn

Sampo Ryynanen:   
Phil Long:   

The river   did not change anything and Sampo Ryynanen was eliminated in ninth place for a finish worth $16,929.

Phil Long1,700,000150,000
Sampo Ryynanen0-510,000
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Sunday, June 26, 2022 8:10 PM Local Time
Paur Put The Pressure On Chow

NL 2-7 Single Draw

Kijoon Park made it to 80,000 from the button and Michael Chow raised to 290,000. Taylor Paur called and Park folded.

They both asked for one card, and after a check from Chow, Paur took a lot of chips, to make a 900,000 bet. Chow thought about that situation for a moment, before folding his hand.

Taylor Paur2,400,000500,000
Michael Chow1,650,000135,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 8:01 PM Local Time
Level 26 started
Level: 26
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 0
Sunday, June 26, 2022 7:58 PM Local Time
Paur Now Pouring it on, Ryynanen Getting Short

Pot-Limit Omaha

After spending part of the day as the short stack, Taylor Paur has successfully rebuilt his stack and is now pushing the two million chip mark.

In a recent hand, Paur limped from the small blind after Sampo Ryynanen limped from the button. Phil Long checked the big blind and the trio saw a flop.

The flop came     and action was checked to Ryynanen, who bet 60,000. Paur was the only caller before the   was dealt on the turn.

Ryynanen fired another 80,000 after Paur checked, and Paur then called again.

On the   river, Paur checked again, but Ryynanen dodged Paur's trap by checking.

Paur showed      for a full house to take down the pot and put Ryynanen on the short stack.

Taylor Paur1,900,000500,000
Phil Long1,550,000350,000
Sampo Ryynanen510,000-1,240,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 7:48 PM Local Time
Warwick Mirzikinian Eliminated In 10th Place ($13,070)

Warwick Mirzikinian

Razz

Warwick Mirzikinian was down to 160,000 when he played his last hand against Nick Guagenti, and he was all-in immediately.

Warwick Mirzikinian:        
Nick Guagenti:        

Guagenti made a six-five and Warwick Mirzikinian could not do anything. Two more knockout will lead to the final table.

Nick Guagenti1,350,000-25,000
Warwick Mirzikinian0-1,275,000
Sunday, June 26, 2022 7:35 PM Local Time
Bohlman Rebuilds Through Bach

Limit Omaha 8 or Better

After Scott Bohlman limped in the small blind, David Bach raised from the big blind.

Bohlman called to see a flop of    . He then led out into Bach, who called.

On the   turn, the players each checked, leading to a river of the  .

Again Bohlman led out, and after some time in the proverbial tank, Bach called.

Bohlman showed      for two pair, kings and tens, which was the winner as Bach mucked his cards.

After dropping into the danger zone, Bohlman is healthy again with a stack solidly over a million.

David Bach1,450,000-600,000
Scott Bohlman1,300,000950,000
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