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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 12:13 PM Local Time
Campbell Takes One on the Flop

Robert Campbell

Nader Malakan raised in the cutoff to 1,000 before Robert Campbell three-bet to 2,100 next to act. The action folded back around to Malakan as he made the call.

The dealer put out a flop of     and Malakan checked to Campbell who continued for 1,200. Malakan thought about it for brief moment before pushing his cards towards the dealer.

Robert Campbell75,00015,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:59 AM Local Time
Iles Off to a Positive Start

The small blind limped in before Matthew Iles made it 800 in the big blind, the small blind called.

The small blind check-called a bet of 800 on the     flop. Both players then checked the   turn through to the   river. The small blind check-folded after Iles bet 1,800.

Matthew Iles62,0002,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:58 AM Local Time
Bally's Red Familiar Faces
Aden Salazar60,00060,000
Chino Rheem60,00060,000
Jonathan Turner60,00060,000
Nick Vertucci60,00060,000
Kyna England60,00060,000
Loni Hui60,00060,000
Jeff Sluzinski55,0000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:57 AM Local Time
Telliard Hits River

The four-way action was picked up with 8,300 in the pot and a flop of     on the felt. The players checked through that flop leading to the   turn.

Timothy Telliard, in the hijack, led out for 7,000. The cutoff got out of the way, as did Frank Kassela in the big blind, before a hesitant call came from early position.

The   river was checked by both players, meaning it was time for showdown. Telliard turned over   , good for a pair on the river. His opponent, seemingly a bit disgusted, tossed his cards into the muck, awarding the pot to Telliard.

Timothy Telliard80,00080,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:55 AM Local Time
Owen Off To Good Start

Brad Owen

A player opened to 500 on the button and was called by Brad Owen out of the big blind.

Owen checked on a flop of     and then called the 600 continuation from his opponent.

The   turn saw Owen check for a second time. He again called after the button fired off a bet of 1,400.

Action went check-check on the   river and Owen showed down    for a winner to take down the pot and keep himself chipping up early in the day.

Brad Owen65,0005,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:54 AM Local Time
Main Event Champions Chan and Moneymaker in Paris Black
Johnny Chan60,000
Chris Moneymaker60,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:54 AM Local Time
Friedman Finds a Fold

The flop came    . Adam Friedman and Benjamin Jackson checked. The turn was the  . From the big blind Jackson bet 500 and Friedman called from early position.

The river was the   and Jackson bet 2,000. Friedman took quite a while before eventually folding his hand.

Benjamin Jackson63,00063,000
Adam Friedman58,500-1,500
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:53 AM Local Time
Cerminara Turns Trips in Multiway Pot

Five players saw a flop of     and the action checked to Calvin Anderson in the cutoff who put out a bet of 1,000. The button called before Frank Cerminara called in the small blind, followed by one other call.

The   paired the board and the action checked to Anderson once again before he tossed in three yellows for a bet of 3,000. Only Cerminara called.

The   completed the board on the river and Cerminara quickly checked before Anderson checked back. Cerminara tabled    for trip kings on the turn and Anderson mucked his hand.

Frank Cerminara76,000
Calvin Anderson59,800-200
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:52 AM Local Time
Lemery Scores Early Pot

Action was picked up on a flop of     in a pot of roughly 5,500. Dylan Lemery bet 3,000 on the button after after the big blind checked, who then called.

Both players checked on the   turn. The   completed the board and again both players checked to a showdown.

The big blind rolled over    for king-high and Lemery revealed    for a missed straight draw but a rivered pair to send the early pot his way.

Dylan Lemery67,00067,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:49 AM Local Time
Sluzinski Tested Early

Jeff Sluzinski

Action picked up on the flop in a heads-up pot between Jeff Sluzinski and Jose Castillo. The flop showed    .

Castillo bet 1,100 from the hijack and Sluzinski made the call from the cutoff.

The turn was the   and Castillo slowed down with a check. Sluzinski put out a bet of 1,800. Castillo didn't check to give up, though, he check-raised to 5,600. Sluzinski made the call.

The river fell the   and Castillo bet 12,300. Sluzinski thought for a bit before tossing his cards into the muck.

Jose Castillo68,00068,000
Jeff Sluzinski55,00055,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:46 AM Local Time
Early Pot Is Cool For Katz

The cutoff bet 500 and was called by Itay Katz on the button. Brian Malik in the big blind raised to 1.200, and the other two players called.

All three players checked the flop of    . The   turn allowed Malik to make a delayed continuation bet of 1,400 which got a fold from the cutoff, but Katz made the call.

The   fell on the river and Malik fired 4,200, Katz made the call and Malik said "Your ace is good sir!" revealing   . Katz indeed turned over an ace showing    to take the pot.

Itay Katz62,500
Brian Malik55,500
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:44 AM Local Time
Early Notables From Bally's Blue
Phil Ivey60,000
Ken Aldridge60,000
Allen Kessler60,000
Brad Owen60,000
Brent Hanks60,000
Jason Wheeler60,000
Stoyan Madanzhiev60,000
Jonathan Pastore60,000
Jampa Dothar60,000
Ivan Deyra60,000
Chris Moorman60,000
Antoine Saout60,000
Stefan Schillhabel60,000
Georgios Sotiropoulos60,000
Yuliyan Kolev60,000
Anthony Zinno60,00060,000
Manig Loeser60,000
Dragana Mackelprang60,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:44 AM Local Time
Wasch's Third Barrel Takes it Down

After a raise to 500 from the hijack, Sarah Wasch put in a reraise to 1,800 from the cutoff. Action folded back around to the hijack, who put in the call after a moment of thought.

On the     flop, Wasch continued for 1,500, earning another call.

The   hit the felt on the turn, and Wasch took a moment before firing for 5,000, earning a relatively quick fold from her opponent, giving her the pot.

"Too many draws out there," she explained as she raked in her winnings.

Sarah Wasch66,100
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:43 AM Local Time
Some Notables in Bally's Orange
Igor Ioffe60,00060,000
Kenny Nguyen60,00060,000
Gaelle Baumann60,00060,000
Ronnie Bardah60,00060,000
Ivan Demidov60,00060,000
Fedor Holz60,00060,000
Melissa Schubert60,00060,000
Adrian Mateos60,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:43 AM Local Time
Klein Off to a Nice Early Start

Bill Klein

With about 1,500 in the pot on a     flop, the button continued for 600. Bill Klein, from the big blind, raised to 2,100. The button called.

On the   turn, Klein fired once more for 1,500. The button called.

The action stopped on the   river, with both players tapping the table.

Klein announced two pair and flipped over    for the win.

Bill Klein67,500
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:41 AM Local Time
Stars Flock to Paris Black
Allen Cunningham60,00060,000
Upeshka De Silva60,00060,000
Mikita Badziakouski60,00060,000
Davidi Kitai60,00060,000
Michael Acevedo60,00060,000
Ole Schemion60,00060,000
Ramon Colillas60,00060,000
Steve Enriquez60,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:38 AM Local Time
Some Notables from Bally's Gold
Joseph Palma60,00060,000
George Holmes60,00060,000
Phil Laak60,00060,000
Joe Hachem60,00060,000
Jeremy Ausmus60,00060,000
Brandon Fishman60,00060,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:37 AM Local Time
Taherpour's Flopped Flush Gets Paid

On the turn of     , Ralph Duda checked to Dara Taherpour as he tossed out a bet of 2,500 and Duda made the call.

The   landed on the river and Duda checked once again before Taherpour tossed a bet of 6,000 in the middle. Duda called to see the bad news as Taherpour tabled his    for a flush on the flop and Duda mucked his hand.

Dara Taherpour71,000
Ralph Duda48,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:32 AM Local Time
More Players in Paris Black
Adam Friedman60,00060,000
Dario Sammartino60,00060,000
Darren Elias60,00060,000
Barry Greenstein60,00060,000
Levi Klump60,00060,000
Chris Brewer60,00060,000
Jacek Pustula60,00060,000
Matthew Iles60,00060,000
Ezequiel Waigel60,00060,000
Alex Duvall60,00060,000
Norbert Szecsi60,00060,000
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11:28 AM Local Time
Kassela Takes an Early One

Frank Kassela

After a limp from early position, Frank Kassela raised it up to 600 from the hijack. Action folded back around to the limper, who put in the call.

On the     flop, Kassela continued for 700, getting another call. The   turn was checked through before the early position player opted to lead out for 1,400 on the   river. Kassela snap-called.

His opponent showed    for a bluff and Kassela turned over    for a pair of kings, more than enough to take the early pot.

Frank Kassela64,00064,000