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

Tuesday, June 28, 2022 to Thursday, June 30, 2022

Event #60: $10,000 Short Deck No-Limit Hold'em

EVENT IN PROGRESS:Level: 6 | Blinds: 0/0 | Ante: 600
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: tbd
  • Entries: tbd
  • Remaining: 66

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Tuesday, June 28, 2022 9:04 PM Local Time (about 20 minutes ago)
D'Ambrosio Runs Into the Goods

Jimmy D'Ambrosio

Four players saw a limped pot with Jimmy D'Ambrosio checking his option on the button.

The flop came    . Jonathan Depa bet 2,000, Ben Lamb folded, and Jimmy D'Ambrosio called on the button. The player next to act check-raised to 10,000.

Depa folded, and D'Amborosio moved all in for slightly more than that and was called.

"How bad?" asked D'Amborsio.

Jimmy D'Ambrosio:   
Opponent:   

"One out," said D'Ambrosio.

Unfortunately, the   turn and   river were not that out. D'Ambrosio busted but quickly hopped back in for another entry.

Jonathan Depa52,00032,000
Ben Lamb48,00028,000
Jimmy D'Ambrosio0-20,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 9:02 PM Local Time (about 22 minutes ago)
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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Tuesday, June 28, 2022 8:58 PM Local Time (about 26 minutes ago)
Two More Big Names Looks to Run it Up

Daniel Zack is in the field looking to get his third bracelet of the series.

Daniel Negreanu brings his ever-present rail as he looks to run up a stack himself.

Daniel Negreanu20,000
Daniel Zack20,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 8:33 PM Local Time (about 51 minutes ago)
D'Ambrosio Gets it in Good in First Hand

Jimmy D'Ambrosio

Jimmy D'Ambrosio has entered the field. In his first hand played, he moved all in with    against his opponent's    and had his opponent dominated.

The board ran out an unfortunate       to give his opponent the straight and prevent D'Ambrosio from starting off with a quick double. He moved tables and went to work on his second bullet.

Jimmy D'Ambrosio20,00020,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 8:30 PM Local Time (about 54 minutes ago)
Level 6 started
Level: 6
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 600
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Tuesday, June 28, 2022 8:24 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 0 minute ago)
Marsico Takes Some From Wu

Philip Marsico

Zhongmin Wu raised to 4,500 from middle position and Chino Rheem made the call on the button. Left of the button, Phil Marsico raised to 9,000. Wu four-bet to 29,500. Rheem folded, but Marsico made the call to see a flop.

The flop showed up    . First to act, Marsico led with an all-in bet of 53,500. Wu immediately called.

Zhongmin Wu:   
Phil Marsico:   

The turn was devastating for Wu when the   hit to give @@ the better full house. With one out, the river   didn't help Wu and Marsico raked the large pot.

Zhongmin Wu236,000-4,000
Philip Marsico170,000170,000
Chino Rheem152,00018,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:54 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 30 minutes ago)
Some Familiar Faces Enter the Field
Brian Rast20,00020,000
David Peters20,00020,000
Anthony Zinno20,00020,000
Jonathan Depa20,00020,000
Ben Lamb20,00020,000
Felipe Ramos20,00020,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:47 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 37 minutes ago)
Wu Flops the Nuts and Catapults to the Top

Action picked up on the flop with a board of    . The pot held about 12,000.

Zhongmin Wu had made a bet of 4,000 from the cutoff before Sergi Reixach moved all in for about 30,000. A third player also moved all in from the hijack, having both players covered. Wu grabbed a stack of chips and slammed them down for a call.

Zhongmin Wu:   
Sergi Reixach:   
Opponent:   

We had the nuts, but needed to avoid spades. The   turn gave Reixach some full house outs as well. The river was the inconsequential   and Wu's flopped straight held up for the huge win. Reixach went for the rebuy chip to get back in the game.

Zhongmin Wu240,000137,000
Sergi Reixach20,0000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:35 PM Local Time (about 1 hour and 49 minutes ago)
Level 5 started
Level: 5
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 500
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:13 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 11 minutes ago)
Time for a Break

Players are on their second 15-minute break of the day.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:12 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 12 minutes ago)
Mirzickinian Stacks Two at a Time

Warwick Mirzikinian

Shota Nakanishi moved all in from middle position for 22,000. Seth Davies did the same to his left for 19,600. Action folded to Warwick Mirzikinian in late position who made the call. The three players headed to a runout and flipped their cards.

Warwick Mirzikinian:   
Shota Nakanishi:   
Seth Davies:   

The flop looked good for kings when the     showed up. The turn   brought in some outs for both opponents. The river fell the   and gave Mirzikinian the straight the bust both opponents. Nakanishi used a rebuy, but Davies was eliminated.

Warwick Mirzikinian98,00058,000
Shota Nakanishi20,0005,500
Seth Davies0-19,700
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 7:03 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 21 minutes ago)
Assorted Chip Counts
Seongsu Kong172,00084,000
Chino Rheem134,00019,000
Chance Kornuth51,00023,500
Dario Sammartino42,00042,000
Bill Klein20,00020,000
Scott Seiver18,400-9,600
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:51 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 33 minutes ago)
Smile Can't Lose in the Scott on Scott Matchup

Action picked up on the river with three players looking at      . Scott Seiver bet 9,000 into the pot from early position.

Daniel Chio folded quickly, but Scott Smile began to talk on the button.

"You know a flush beats a full house in this game, right?" he asked Seiver.

"I do," replied Seiver.

"I just wanted to make sure you know before I make this dumb call," said Smile.

He did put the chips in the pot.

"I have nothing. Absolutely nothing," said Seiver.

Smile showed the    for a straight.

"See, he likes me so much he tried to give me his chips," said Seiver.

"It was a win-win for him," said a tablemate. "Either he wins the pot or he gives you the chips."

Scott Smile93,00093,000
Scott Seiver28,00028,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:35 PM Local Time (about 2 hours and 49 minutes ago)
Wu Wins With King High

Zhongmin Wu raised to 3,000 from early position before Sergi Reixach moved all in for 22,700 two seats to his left. Action folded back to Wu who made the call.

Zhongmin Wu:   
Sergi Reixach:   

The flop came    , looking safe for Wu, needing to dodge a nine or a ten. The turn added flush outs when the   hit. The river   missed it all and Wu scooped the pot. Reixach added back with a rebuy.

Zhongmin Wu103,000103,000
Sergi Reixach20,0004,900
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:17 PM Local Time (about 3 hours and 7 minutes ago)
Level 4 started
Level: 4
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 400
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Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:17 PM Local Time (about 3 hours and 7 minutes ago)
Rheem Hits an Ace, Keeps Adding

Chino Rheem

Action picked up with Chino Rheem moving all in over a raise from Alexander Epstein. Epstein called quickly with about 35,000 in his stack, Rheem had him covered.

Alexander Epstein:   
Chino Rheem:   

The flop was good news for Rheem when the     git the board. The   turn added some chop outs for Epstein, but the   river sealed the deal. Rheem raked the pot and Epstein went to a rebuy chip.

Chino Rheem115,00049,000
Alexander Epstein20,00020,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:07 PM Local Time (about 3 hours and 17 minutes ago)
Kamitani Stacks Brewer

Action picked up with Chris Brewer and Shohei Kamitani getting all their chips in the middle before the flop. Brewer was the effective and all-in stack with about 20,000.

Chris Brewer:   
Shohei Kamitani:   

The board ran out       and Kamitani scooped the pot with his full house that left Brewer reaching for a rebuy chip.

Shohei Kamitani72,00072,000
Chris Brewer20,00020,000
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 6:00 PM Local Time (about 3 hours and 24 minutes ago)
Mirzickinian Starts Out Hot

Warwick Mirzikinian

Shota Nakanishi bet 2,800 preflop before action folded to Warwick Mirzikinian who had just sat down for his first hand. He moved all in for 20,000. Nakanishi began to think.

"First hand! Fun game. All in first hand," said Mirzikinian. "They call me flipper, flipper, flipper, faster than lightning," sang the Aussie. Nakanishi called, and Mirzikinian's song assessed the situation perfectly.

Warwick Mirzikinian:   
Shota Nakanishi:   

The board ran out       and Mirzikinian flipped to a quick double to get his tournament started.

Warwick Mirzikinian40,00040,000
Shota Nakanishi14,500-10,500
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 5:58 PM Local Time (about 3 hours and 26 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!

Tuesday, June 28, 2022 5:44 PM Local Time (about 3 hours and 40 minutes ago)
Kong is King In Massive Four-Way Pot

Seongsu Kong

Action picked up on the flop with four players having moved all in and cards being exposed for a massive pot. The board read    

Ren Lin:   
Shota Nakanishi:   
Seth Davies:   
Seongsu Kong:   

Kong had bottom set but needed to dodge a large portion of the deck to hold. Lin was looking for the always exciting royal flush.

The turn was the  , keeping Kong in the lead and adding a gutshot for Davies. The river was the  , bricking everyone, and Kong's set held for the win.

Seongsu Kong88,00088,000
Ren Lin40,00040,000
Shota Nakanishi25,000-24,500
Seth Davies19,700-300
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