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

Sunday, July 03, 2022 to Sunday, July 03, 2022

Event #70: $10,000 MAIN EVENT No-Limit Hold'em World Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $80,782,475
  • Entries: 8,663
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:45 PM Local Time
Boat for Rozin

Vadim Rozin

Aaron Mermelstein opened to 1,000,000 on the button and GGPoker qualifier Vadim Rozin defended the big blind.

The duo checked the     flop to the   turn, Rozin bet 1,000,000, and Mermelstein called.

The   landed on the river and Rozin bet 3,000,000. Mermelstein took nearly two minutes before putting in the calling chips.

Rozin tabled    for a full house and added to his stack as Mermelstein's cards went into the muck.

Matija Dobric62,700,0002,200,000
Tom Kunze40,100,0005,000,000
Adrian Attenborough22,500,000-5,500,000
Vadim Rozin21,400,0005,700,000
Aaron Mermelstein19,100,000-6,300,000
Kenny Tran16,100,0002,300,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:42 PM Local Time
Jorstad Flops the Nuts

Efthymia Listou limped in from middle position which invited Robert Welch and Espen Jorstad to come along from the blinds. The flop fell     and Welch led out with a bet of 1,300,000. Jorstad raised to 3,900,000 which forced Litsou out of the pot but Welch called.

The turn was the   and both players checked to the   on the river. Welch fired out a bet of 3,600,000 and Jorstad quickly flicked in a chip to call. Welch showed    for two pair but Jorstad tabled    for a straight to win the pot.

Espen Jorstad31,700,0008,675,000
Robert Welch11,200,000-7,900,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:40 PM Local Time
Setna Grabs Another One

Efthymia Litsou raised to 1,000,000 in the cutoff and was called by Jimmy Setna on the button and David Diaz in the big blind. The flop came     and the action checked around to the   on the turn.

Diaz led out with a bet of 1,400,000 and Litsou raised to 3,000,000. Setna re-raised to 4,600,000 which got Diaz out of the way. Litsou called and the   paired the board on the river.

Litsou checked this time and Setna thought for a moment before shipping all in. Litsou instantly folded and Setna dragged in the pot.

Jimmy Setna25,300,0008,300,000
Efthymia Litsou14,500,000-600,000
David Diaz11,200,000-2,800,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:40 PM Local Time
Levy Gets Two Shoves Through

Karim Rebei opened to 1,025,000 from under the gun and Michael Duek called out of the small blind, having just arrived at the table for balancing reasons. Tzur Levy then pushed all-in for 9,500,000 and forced two folds to chip up.

Duek then opened to 1,200,000 shortly after and Levy jammed once more for 11,800,000 to get through with it.

Karim Rebei40,500,000-4,000,000
John Eames29,400,000-1,000,000
Michael Duek28,600,000-4,300,000
Asher Conniff24,600,0001,700,000
Matthew Su15,100,0004,000,000
Tzur Levy14,300,0004,300,000
Aaron Duczak11,000,000-1,300,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:37 PM Local Time
Andres Jeckeln Eliminated In 21st Place ($323,100)

Andres Jeckeln

Matija Dobric opened to 1,000,000 from early position and was called by Andres Jeckeln in the small blind as well as Tom Kunze out of the big blind.

The flop came     and both blinds checked. Dobric continued for 1,000,000 only to be met by a raise to 3,000,000 from Jeckeln. Kunze quickly folded to send the action back to Dobric who re-raised enough to force Jeckeln all in. The Argentinean made the call for his tournament life.

Andres Jeckeln:   
Matija Dobric:   

Though Jeckeln was ahead, his opponent did have a lot of straight and flush outs. The   turn immediately ended affairs with Jeckeln rising from his seat prior to the meaningless   river. He collects $323,100 for his impressive 21st-place finish while Dobric ascends to the tournament chip lead.

Matija Dobric60,500,00013,500,000
Andres Jeckeln0-17,200,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:27 PM Local Time
Dobric Takes From Mermelstein

Matija Dobric opened to 1,000,000 in the cutoff, Aaron Mermelstein three-bet to 2,600,000 on the button, and action folded back to Dobric who four-bet to 6,600,000. Mermelstein thought for a minute and called.

The dealer spread the     flop, Dobric bet 1,600,000, and Mermelstein called.

The   turn was checked through to the   river, Dobric made a small bet, and Mermelstein called. Dobric tabled    and collected the pot to move up further in the chip counts.

Matija Dobric47,000,00011,000,000
Aaron Mermelstein25,400,000-14,200,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:27 PM Local Time
Setna Takes a Few From Litsou

Jimmy Setna

After Efthymia Litsou limped her small blind, Jimmy Setna checked his big blind to see a flop of    .

Litsou check-called a bet of 500,000 to see the   come on the turn. Litsou again quickly checked and Setna bet 1,250,000.

Litsou called, and on the river  , she again checked, and somewhat frustrated, Setna checked back.

Setna showed    for a flopped two pair, which became two pair of kings and eights. Litsou tabled    for a losing missed straight draw.

Jimmy Setna17,000,0003,150,000
Efthymia Litsou15,100,000-400,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:22 PM Local Time
Evan Krentzman Eliminated in 22nd Place ($323,100)

Evan Krentzman

Tzur Levy pushed all in for the last 4,500,000 from under the gun and Evan Krentzman called all in for 4,250,000 in the small blind as the two bottom stacks at the table were essentially flipping a coin for who would advance further.

Tzur Levy:   
Evan Krentzman:   

The     flop gave Krentzman a straight draw to go with his two overcards, but he bricked both the   turn and   river.

Once both stack sizes were verified, Krentzman was sent to the rail in 21st place for a payday of $323,100.

Tzur Levy10,000,0005,500,000
Evan Krentzman0-6,000,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:13 PM Local Time
Conniff Gets Value From Levy

Tzur Levy made it 1,000,000 to go in the cutoff and was called by Asher Conniff in the big blind. The     flop was check-called by Levy for 500,000 and the   turn was checked by both.

After the   river, Conniff bet 2,400,000 and Levy called but couldn't beat the    for trips kings by Conniff.

Karim Rebei44,500,0001,800,000
John Eames30,400,000-300,000
Asher Conniff22,900,0003,900,000
Aaron Duczak12,300,0000
Matthew Su11,100,000-1,500,000
Evan Krentzman6,000,0000
Tzur Levy4,500,000-3,900,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:12 PM Local Time
Kunze Gets A Fold

Michael Duek opened to 1,100,000 on the button and Tom Kunze defended out of the big blind.

Kunze checked on a flop of     and then called Duek's continuation of 2,000,000.

Both players checked through the   turn to the   river where Kunze took over the betting lead, firing off 3,400,000. After some deliberation, Duek released his hand and Kunze scooped the pot.

Tom Kunze35,100,0008,600,000
Michael Duek32,900,000-3,100,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:12 PM Local Time
Setna Jams on Diaz

David Diaz raised to 1,000,000 from middle position and was three-bet to 3,200,000 by Jimmy Setna in the big blind.

Diaz was quite demonstrative in his decision-making, tilting his head back and forth as he weighed his decision and counting his chips before cutting out a call.

The flop came     and without much hesitation, Setna moved all in for a bit under 7,000,000.

Diaz didn't take long before picking up his cards and dropping them in front of the dealer, sending the pot to Setna.

David Diaz14,000,000-5,400,000
Jimmy Setna13,850,000-150,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:08 PM Local Time
Eames Essentially Doubles in Bizarre Clicking War With Rebei

John Eames

Karim Rebei raised it up to 1,400,000 in the small blind with the    and was called by John Eames in the big blind, who reluctantly came along with the   . What followed was the     flop on which Rebei checked after almost a minute and nearly identical time was spent for consideration by Eames, which then led to a bet worth 850,000 with his full house.

Rebei was having none of it, mulling over his next move for more than a minute, then raised it up to 2,000,000. Some one and a half minutes later, Eames three-bet to 3,500,000 and Rebei then used another minute before clicking it back to 5,500,000.

The call by Eames followed and they headed to the   on the turn with more than ten minutes already spent during the click-back war.

Time moved as slowly thereafter but with fewer twists as Rebei bet 3,275,000 and Eames called as they headed to the   on the river. Rebei now bet 4,500,000 with complete air and then instantly folded his bluff when Eames pushed all in for just 5,250,000 total, only 750,000 more into a massive pot but with zero equity on a stone cold bluff.

Karim Rebei42,700,000-14,700,000
John Eames30,700,00014,700,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:03 PM Local Time
Duek Overbets River

Matija Dobric opened to 1,000,000 in the hijack and Michael Duek defended the big blind.

The flop came     and Duek check-called for 500,000, while both players checked the   turn.

The   completed the board, Duek led out for 4,500,000, and Dobric called after some deliberation. Duek tabled    for flopped trips and collected the pot.

Matija Dobric36,000,000-4,700,000
Michael Duek36,000,0004,800,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:02 PM Local Time
Brian Kim Eliminated in 23rd Place ($323,100)

Brian Kim

After losing a big pots just moments earlier, Brian Kim shoved all in for 5,150,000 from middle position. Jeffrey Farnes called on the button and Robert Welch came along from the big blind.

The flop fell     and both players checked through to the   on the turn and the   on the river. Welch checked for the third time but Farnes finally announced a bet 5,200,000. Welch quickly folded and the last two hands would be shown.

Farnes tabled    for a pair of queens on the river and Kim packed up his bags as he turned over    before they went into the muck.

Jeffrey Farnes44,100,000975,000
Robert Welch19,100,000-7,175,000
Brian Kim0-10,600,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 8:55 PM Local Time
Setna Doubles Through Kim; Leaving Him Short

Jimmy Setna

After Brian Kim raised to 1,050,000 from the hijack, Jimmy Setna moved all in for a bit over six million. Kim made the call to put Setna at risk.

Jimmy Setna:   
Brian Kim:   

The flop came    , bringing Setna a few more outs with his seven. The turn   provided some chop outs, which Setna said he'd happily take.

His boisterous rail however called for an ace for all of it for their man, and the dealer then dropped the  , sending Setna out of his seat in jubilation as he doubled up and left Kim on a very short stack.

Jimmy Setna14,000,0007,675,000
Brian Kim4,200,000-6,400,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 8:55 PM Local Time
Eames Successfully Jams Up His Stack

From under the gun, John Eames made it 1,000,000 to go and Asher Conniff three-bet to 2,600,000 in the very next seat once 40 seconds had passed. The action then folded to Karim Rebei in the big blind, who required 53 seconds before he let go.

Eames, likewise, went into the tank for 73 seconds and then moved all-in for 12,200,000 to force an instant fold by Conniff.

Karim Rebei57,400,000500,000
Asher Conniff19,000,000-2,600,000
John Eames16,000,0003,600,000
Matthew Su12,600,0000
Aaron Duczak12,300,000-1,450,000
Tzur Levy8,400,000-500,000
Evan Krentzman6,000,000-1,300,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 8:53 PM Local Time
Tran Doubles Through Mermelstein

Kenny Tran

Aaron Mermelstein opened to 1,000,000 from early position and received a single call from Kenny Tran out of the big blind.

Action checked through the     flop to the   turn where Tran checked for a second time. Mermelstein led out for 500,000 and Tran responded with a raise to 2,500,000. That raise did not appear to phase Mermelstein, who flatted.

Tran moved all in for his last 3,630,000 on the   river, sending Mermelstein into the tank. Eventually, he decided on a call but was unable to beat Tran's   , handing the bracelet winner a full double.

Aaron Mermelstein39,600,000-7,100,000
Kenny Tran13,800,0006,200,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 8:47 PM Local Time
Kim Dives Deep Into the Think Tank

Philippe Souki opened to 1,100,000 in the cutoff and Brian Kim three-bet to 2,800,000 on the button. The blinds folded and Souki called to see a flop of    .

Souki checked to Kim who bet 3,350,000 and Souki called. The turn brought the   and both players checked to the   on the river.

Souki reached back for a bet of 6,600,000 on the river which put Kim in the tank. Over five minutes later, Kim finally pushed his cards to the muck and Souki collected the pot.

Philippe Souki36,950,0004,750,000
Brian Kim10,600,000-7,400,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 8:46 PM Local Time
Mayank Madan Eliminated in 24th Place ($323,100)

Mayank Madan

One hand after losing the vast majority of his stack, Mayank Madan jammed for 1,800,000 in a middling position. John Eames folded the    in the small blind but he was called by Asher Conniff in the small blind.

Mayank Madan:   
Asher Conniff:   

The     flop vaulted Conniff into the lead and he retained the lead throughout the   turn and   river. Within two hands, the fate of Madan in 24th place for a payday of $323,100.

Asher Conniff21,600,0002,800,000
Mayank Madan0-1,800,000
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 8:41 PM Local Time
Conniff and Madan Clash

Asher Conniff

Mayank Madan made it 1,000,000 to go in the hijack and the action then reached Asher Conniff in the big blind. He took 44 seconds before three-betting to 2,800,000 and that sent Madan, who is sporting a Jaka Coaching patch, into the tank.

Madan reraised to 9,000,000 and Conniff called all in for 9,000,000 total.

Asher Conniff:   
Mayank Madan:   

The     flop let both rails explode and the   turn as well as the   river brought no further surprise, as Conniff unwrapped another birthday present by the poker gods.

Asher Conniff18,800,0009,300,000
Mayank Madan1,800,000-9,300,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander