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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


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Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:45 PM Local Time
Jaros' Set Good for Big Pot

Action was picked up with 22,400 already in the pot and a complete board of       on the felt.

Patrik Jaros, the big blind, fired for 15,400 into two opponents. The first, in late position, made the call quickly. The other, the hijack, went into the tank for a minute or so, before making the call as well. Jaros showed them the bad news as he turned over    for a set of sevens. Both opponents mucked their hands, giving the pot to Jaros.

Patrik Jaros150,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:43 PM Local Time
Two Pair No Good for Moneymaker

Action was caught on the       board with 4,700 in the pot. Chris Moneymaker bet 1,300 from the big blind and was called by a player in middle position.

"Two pair," announced to 2003 Main Event Champion as he tabled his   . His opponent then turned over his    for a set and he then scooped the pot.

"I would have won that hand if PokerNews wasn't here," added Moneymaker.

Chris Moneymaker58,000-13,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:43 PM Local Time
Loeser Gives It Up

Manig Loeser

Manig Loeser opened to 700 from middle position and faced a three-bet to 2,800 out of the big blind. Loeser made the call to play a pot heads-up.

The big blind continued for 2,200 on a flop of     and Loeser wasted little time in getting rid of his hand. The German pro is looking to continue a successful summer after taking down WSOP Online Event No-Limit Hold'em BIG $500 for $127,153 and his second online gold bracelet in as many years earlier this series.

Manig Loeser61,000-1,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:43 PM Local Time
Chip Counts In Paris White And Yellow
Rolando Morales117,0007,000
Mark Egbert98,5005,700
Pete Chen60,60060,600
Itay Katz58,4005,400
Scotter Clark57,000-6,000
Michael Wharton55,60055,600
Nicholas Desmedt55,600-15,700
Ebony Kenney51,80051,800
William Baker51,300-20,100
Jessica Teusl45,600600
Brian Malik18,300-37,200
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:35 PM Local Time
Straight for Schubert

With a board of      showing, Melissa Shubert was first to act and tossed out a bet of 2,000. Her opponent, Jerry Thurmon in the hijack made the call to see a river.

A   showed up and Shubert checked to Thurmon who also decided to check. Schubert flipped over    to show the gutshot straight draw that she hit on the river and it was good to take down the pot.

Jerry Thurmon76,000
Melissa Schubert59,000-1,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:35 PM Local Time
Simpson's River Bet Gets Through

Conrad Simpson

Three players saw a turn of      and all three checked to the   river. The action checked to Conrad Simpson on the button once more before he fired out a pot-sized bet of 6,200.

The first player who checked quickly folded but the second took a few moments.

"Feels like you don't have it," said Simpson's opponent.

A few more seconds went by before he mucked his hand and Simpson quickly shoved his cards into the muck.

Conrad Simpson109,00018,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:30 PM Local Time
Mateo Takes From Lonis With Set

Three players went to the turn as the board read     . The cutoff bet 2,000, Ricardo Mateo called under the gun. Jesse Lonis also called from middle position.

The   came on the river. Lonis bet 2,200 after a check, the cutoff folded and Mateo called.

Lonis tabled the    but that was beaten by the    of Mateo.

Ricardo Mateo111,000111,000
Jesse Lonis76,00010,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:30 PM Local Time
Viega Building Nice Stack in Level 2

A player in early position opened for 1,500 and Jorge Veiga called from the small blind.

The flop came     and the early-position player fired for 2,600. Veiga called.

The turn brought the   and the initial aggressor continued once more, this time for 6,000. ViVeiga ega deliberated for just over a minute before putting in a raise to 18,000.

His opponent snap-folded and Veiga moved up to 85,000.

Jorge Veiga85,00085,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:29 PM Local Time
Kade Gets it Done On the Turn

Vanessa Kade

In a three-way pot containing about 3,500, Vanessa Kade bet 2,000 in position against her two opponents. In the blinds, Martin Gavascinapoletano check-raised to 6,200. The player in between folded and Kade made the call.

On the   turn, Gavascinapoletano slowed his aggression and checked. Kade bet 9,000 and Gavascinapoletano made the fold.

Martin Gavascinapoletano68,20068,200
Chris Grigorian65,00065,000
Vanessa Kade63,00063,000
Kevin Song57,00057,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:28 PM Local Time
Friedman Overbets Pot

Action was caught on the       completed board and the under-the-gun player checking.

Adam Freidman bet 6,000 into a pot of 3,000 from the cutoff. His opponent quickly mucked and Friedman added some needed chips to his below starting stack.

Matthew Iles65,0003,000
Adam Friedman33,000-9,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:25 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts From Bally's Blue
Dragana Mackelprang134,00055,000
Brad Owen82,00017,000
Chris Moorman71,0008,000
Brent Hanks67,0007,000
Jampa Dothar65,000-1,000
Ivan Deyra63,000-1,000
Dietrich Fast62,00062,000
Manig Loeser62,0002,000
Antoine Saout58,000-2,000
Greg Merson54,0002,600
David Benyamine47,00010,000
Stefan Schillhabel40,000-20,000
Allen Kessler38,000-19,500
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:22 PM Local Time
Servies One-Ups His Opponent

Alexandre Servies opened to 700 from middle position and the cutoff three-bet to 1,400. It folded back to Servies who made the call.

The flop came     and Servies check-called a bet of 2,300 from his opponent. On the   turn both players checked.

The   completed the board and again both checked it down. Servies rolled over    for flopped overpair and his opponent quickly mucked.

"What a time to get tens, can't catch a break", said the cutoff as Servies stacked up his chips.

Alexandre Servies86,00086,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:21 PM Local Time
Booze Gets Paid

Action was picked up with around 13,500 in the pot, and a board reading      .

Dennis Booze, in the cutoff, fired for 8,000. His opponent, the hijack, tanked for a minute or two, before eventually making the call. Booze turned over    for top pair top kicker. His opponent tossed his cards into the muck, awarding the pot to Booze.

Dennis Booze64,500
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:16 PM Local Time
Hendrix Check-Raises the Flop

Adam Hendrix

Adam Hendrix raised from middle position before the cutoff three-bet to 3,200. The action folded back around to Hendrix and he put in a call.

The dealer fanned a flop of     and Hendrix checked to his opponent who continued for 2,200. Hendrix took a moment before check-raising to 8,000 and his opponent mucked his hand.

Adam Hendrix68,5004,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:13 PM Local Time
Laak Takes a Small One

Longtime pro Phil "Unabomber" Laak has entered today's field of the Main event, in pursuit of his second bracelet.

After a raise to 800 from under the gun, Laak made the call from late position, as did the big blind. On the     flop, action checked to Laak, who fired for 1,700. Neither opponent made the call, and the pot was Laak's.

Phil Laak61,0001,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:11 PM Local Time
$3K Freezeout Finalists at Same Table

Renan Bruschi and Jeffrey Lo both made the final table of Event #65: $3,000 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em just a few days ago and found themselves back once again at the same table.

Bruschi opened to 900 from under the gun with one player calling from middle position. Lo then three-bet to 4,200 from the cutoff and the button called before the two other players mucked.

The     flop checked through to the   turn. Lo checked and the button bet 4,000. Lo quickly folded.

Renan Bruschi83,000
Jeffrey Lo57,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:10 PM Local Time
Some Players in Paris White
Camille Brown110,00050,000
Ryan Phan75,00075,000
Scotter Clark63,00063,000
Jonathan Tamayo63,00063,000
Raul Martinez48,00048,000
Kao Saechao46,00046,000
Jessica Teusl45,000-15,000
Blake Barousse29,00029,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:09 PM Local Time
A Few More Counts in Paris Black
Frank Cerminara74,000-2,000
Chris Moneymaker71,000-4,000
Dara Taherpour68,500-2,500
Adam Hendrix64,5004,500
Marle Spragg54,700-7,300
Haven Werner42,500-26,500
Ralph Duda34,400-13,600
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:06 PM Local Time
Tice Freerolls England

Kyna England

Landon Tice raised to 800 from early position, three players called, including Kyna England on the button and the player in the big blind.

The flop came out    . All four players checked the street.

A   hit the turn. What action was lacking on the flop was made up for on the turn. The player in the big blind bet 2,000. Tice thought for a bit before raising to 6,000. Action folded to England on the button who three-bet the flop to 16,000.

The big blind folded, but Tice moved all in for a bit more, around 21,000.

"Good luck," said England, as she moved her chips across the line.

Landon Tice:   
Kyna England:   

England went to pull her chips back seeing they both had a straight. "Oh, [expletive]," realizing Tice had the spades redraw.

She survived the snafu when a red card hit the river and both players chopped the pot.

Kyna England62,0002,000
Landon Tice24,70024,700
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 2:05 PM Local Time
Teh's Preflop Squeeze Takes it Down

A player opened in early position to 900 and three players made the call.

Natalie Teh was in the small blind and took a few seconds before announcing a raise to 5,900 which was enough to take it down without seeing a flop.

Natalie Teh83,400