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

Monday, June 27, 2022 to Thursday, June 30, 2022

Event #57: $600 Deepstack Championship No-Limit Hold'em

EVENT IN PROGRESS:Level: 24 | Blinds: 20,000/40,000 | Ante: 40,000
  • Buy-in: $600
  • Prizepool: $2,505,630
  • Entries: 4,913
  • Remaining: 122

EVENT UPDATES

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Tuesday, June 28, 2022 8:41 PM Local Time (about 7 minutes ago)
Pfeiffer Flops Top Pair to Double Up

Preflop action folded around to the cutoff, who fired for around 100,000. Justin Pfeiffer, the button, moved all in with 725,000 behind. After the blinds got out of the way, the cutoff snap called with Pfeiffer covered.

Justin Pfeiffer:   
Cutoff:   

Pfeiffer was behind only briefly, as the     flop paired his ace and put him out in front. The   turn and   river changed nothing, and the pot belonged to Pfeiffer.

Justin Pfeiffer1,550,0001,410,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 8:33 PM Local Time (about 15 minutes ago)
Vogelsong Busts One

All the chips went in the middle preflop between Lee Vogelsong with    and his opponent, at risk for a stack around 480,000 and with    in his hands.

The board brought no surprise with       and Vogelsong scooped the pot and busted his opponent.

Lee Vogelsong2,100,000610,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 8:24 PM Local Time (about 25 minutes ago)
Level 24 started
Level: 24
Blinds: 20,000/40,000
Ante: 40,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:24 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 25 minutes ago)
Dinner Break

Players are now on their 60 minute dinner break. Play is scheduled to resume at 8:24 p.m. local time.

Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:23 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 25 minutes ago)
Barner Takes One to McCorkell

Craig McCorkell raised under the gun to 65,000 and only Tammy Barner got interested and called in the big blind.

The flop gave     and McCorkell check-called for 60,000. The same action happened on the   turn, this time for 100,000.

The   hit the river and this time both players checked. Barner tabled    and it was good enough for McCorkell who mucked his cards.

Tammy Barner1,310,0001,013,000
Craig McCorkell820,000-430,000
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Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:13 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 36 minutes ago)
Winn Hits Running Broadway

Action for this hand was picked up just after the river hit the table.

Three players got it all in preflop. Nidal Echaust, who jammed first, was the small stack with about 160,000. A few seats to his left, the middle position player had the big stack of the three, while Jordan Winn owned the middle stack at around 300,000.

Nidal Echaust:   
Jordan Winn:   
Middle Position:   

When the     flop hit the table the middle position player was in excellent position to score the double knockout with his set of sevens. The   on the turn didn't change too much, but did see Winn pick up a straight draw and Echaust pick up a flush draw. The   on the river completed Winn's Broadway straight, giving him the pot. Echaust was eliminated, and Winn just about tripled his stack.

After the hand, another player at the table asked, "Anyone know what his equity was on that flop?"

Another player was quick to pull out his phone to find the answer. "6% chance to win on that flop. Even less than the five-seven. He had 8.5% equity."

"I would have taken the under on 6%" the original asker responded.

Jordan Winn900,000110,000
Nidal Echaust0-307,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:08 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 40 minutes ago)
Schwertley Takes from Truong

Brett Schwertley raised to 60,000 in the cutoff and got called by Patrick Truong in the big blind.

The flop came     and both opted to check. The turn fell the   and Truong bet 40,000 which Schwertley called.

When the   paired the board on the river, Truong sent another bet for 60,000 and Schwertley thought about his move for a minute before raising it to 180,000. Truong ended up calling but only to muck his cards when Schwertley flipped over   .

Patrick Truong2,000,000-50,000
Brett Schwertley900,000749,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:56 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 52 minutes ago)
Ausmus Adds More to his Stack

The action was picked up on a board      .

According to the table, all the chips went in the middle preflop between a player being at risk for a stack worth 600,000 and    in hand, against Jeremy Ausmus who had him covered, holding   . Ausmus hit a king on the flop and added another pot to his stack.

Jeremy Ausmus3,500,0001,400,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:53 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 56 minutes ago)
More Chip Counts
Michael Palivoda3,700,000-100,000
John Ypma2,800,000700,000
Richard Paradis1,900,000675,000
Jason Gunn1,700,0001,300,000
Eric Baldwin1,150,000550,000
Angelina Rich650,00080,000
Tuan Le625,000225,000
Joseph Sheppard625,000460,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:49 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 59 minutes ago)
Nice River for Lie

Aylar Lie

The player under the gun raised to 60,000 and picked up calls from Aylar Lie in the cutoff and the small blind.

The flop fanned     and it checked to Lie who bet 80,000. The small blind tanked a minute and shoved for 480,000. The third player snap-folded and Lie announced the call:

Small Blind:   
Ayla Lie:   

The small blind held two pair on the flop but the rest of the board brought   , giving a better two pair to Lie on the river to claim the pot and bust her opponent.

Aylar Lie2,000,0001,250,000
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Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:44 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 4 minutes ago)
Manago Takes It on the Turn

Kohichi Manago raised to 60,000 and it was called by the player in the big blind.

The flop fell     and the big blind check-called Manago's continuation for 70,000. On the   turn, Manago fired 300,000 into the pot after another check from his opponent and it was enough to win the pot without more resistance.

Kohichi Manago1,250,0001,079,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:40 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 8 minutes ago)
Some Updated Chip Counts
Daniyal Gheba2,500,000100,000
Jeremy Ausmus2,100,0001,080,000
Samuel Gagnon1,390,000380,000
Jon Van Fleet1,250,00080,000
Raz Elimelech820,000390,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:37 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 12 minutes ago)
Gheba Gets Knockout

Tamas Lendvai put in a raise to 55,000 from early position and got three callers.

On the     flop, action checked to Daniyal Gheba on the button. He fired for 125,000. Ruiko Mamiya then moved all in for 420,000. Lendvai and another caller folded before Gheba made the call with Mamiya covered.

Ruiko Mamiya:   
Daniyal Gheba:   

Gheba was ahead, but Mamiya had plenty of outs with an open-ended straight draw and a backdoor flush draw. The   on the turn took away the flush draw, but gave her a pair with the potential to improve to trips. Instead, the   paired the board, and gave Gheba the better two pair. Gheba scooped the pot while Mamiya was eliminated.

Daniyal Gheba2,400,000800,000
Tamas Lendvai1,350,000150,000
Ruiko Mamiya0-420,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:26 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 22 minutes ago)
Level 23 started
Level: 23
Blinds: 15,000/30,000
Ante: 30,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:18 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 31 minutes ago)
Easy Pot for Rich

Angelina Rich raised to 50,000 and got called by the big blind.

The flop revealed     and both players checked to see a   on the turn. This time the big blind quickly check-folded after Rich bet 60,000.

Angelina Rich570,00070,000
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Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:16 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 32 minutes ago)
Urm Gets a Fold

The board showed      with more than 200,000 in the middle when Hyojung Urm moved all in for a remaining stack worth 620,000, putting her opponent into a decision. After a minute, the latter folded and Urm grabbed the pot.

Hyojung Urm880,000530,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:05 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 43 minutes ago)
Among the Bustouts
Vincas Tamasauskas0-380,000
Arnaud Enselme0-260,000
Benjamin Ludlow0-712,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:04 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 44 minutes ago)
Lendvai Makes Correct Call

Tamas Lendvai

Action was picked up on the flop with about 300,000 in the pot and a     flop. Tamas Lendvai fired for 100,000 from the hijack. His opponent moved all in with 755,000 behind. Lendvai went into the tank for several minutes, before eventually pushing a stack of chips in. Lendvai was the at risk player, with 455,000 total.

"Good call," Lendvai's opponent told him as the pair tabled their hands.

Tamas Lendvai:   
Opponent:   

Lendvai had indeed made a good call, and now would just need to fade a queen on the turn and river to double up his stack. He did so successfully, as the    runout changed nothing, and Lendvai secure the double up, taking a big chunk out of his opponent's stack, who was seen heading to the payout desk shortly after this hand.

Tamas Lendvai1,200,000750,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:02 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 47 minutes ago)
Vogelsong Forces a Fold on Truong

The action was picked up on a paired board      with around 250,000 already in the middle. Lee Vogelsong bet 100,000 from the big blind and Patrick Truong tanked for some time before making the call.

The   completed the board on the river and Vogelsong jammed for approximatively 480,000. Truong snap-folded and the pot was sent to Vogelsong.

Patrick Truong2,050,0001,000,000
Lee Vogelsong940,000220,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 5:57 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 52 minutes ago)
2022 WSOP Featured Females: Meet Wendeen Eolis, 1st Woman to Ever Cash Main Event
Wendeen Eolis
Wendeen Eolis

In the mid 1980's, women were considered no factor in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event, and other than the famous rounder and professional gambler Thomas "Amarillo Slim" Preston, poker players rarely made headlines in the mainstream press. That all changed when Wendeen Eolis became the first woman to cash at poker's "Big Dance."

In the 1986 WSOP Main Event, Eolis battled some of the best players in the world, including Amarillo Slim, in a field of 141 runners. She was on her way to a 25th-place finish for a $10,000, return on her buy-in, and permanent bragging rights as the first woman in history to cash in the WSOP Main Event.

Eolis attributes her 1986 WSOP performance to a year of poker tutoring from one of the best, a "relatively" conservative game plan, and cooperative cards. She told PokerNews, "Even today, women can win more by bluffing less than men."

Click here to read the full feature on PokerNews!

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