Sunday, June 12, 2022 7:02 PM Local Time
Current Chip Leaders
|Michael "VinnyV" Vanier||314,388||52,780 |
|Brendan "Brendanshill" Shiller||281,211||281,211 |
|Nicholas "Maggs" Olivieri Jr||263,941||263,941 |
|Daniel "Ultradonk420" Pricola||213,065||14,725 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 6:57 PM Local Time
Players are now on another five-minute break.
Sunday, June 12, 2022 6:56 PM Local Time
"CRISPR" Roasts Basile
"CRISPR" opened to 2,000 from early position, Christopher "Basile28" Basile called to his left and the big blind came along as well.
The flop came and "CRISPR" continued for 3,700. Only Basile called.
On the turn, "CRISPR" bet again for 11,100. Once again, Basile called.
"CRISPR" kept the pressure on when the fell on the river with a bet of 22,750. This time, Basile released his cards and "CRISPR" scooped the pot.
|Christopher "Basile28" Basile||92,043||92,043 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 6:47 PM Local Time
"MarcoPoloo" Stacks the Goat
"IMaGOAT" opened to 1,600 from under the gun and found four callers, including Justin "pocketprofit" Wong to his left and "MarcoPoloo" from middle position.
The flop came and "IMaGOAT" continued for 5,560. Wong called before "MarcoPoloo" raised to 31,760. "IMaGOAT" went all in for 37,556 total. "MarcoPoloo" called while everyone else folded.
The board ran out a clean and "MarcoPoloo" scooped the pot.
|Justin "pocketprofit" Wong||52,622||52,622 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 6:30 PM Local Time
Kerstetter Above Starting Stack
Jamie "DanBilzerian" Kerstetter has hopped into the field and looks to run up a stack in search of her gold bracelet.
Can she live up to the Dan Bilzerian moniker and show the online "poker nerds" how to win this event?
|Jamie "DanBilzerian" Kerstetter||65,323||65,323 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 6:18 PM Local Time
Vanier Boats Up and Catapults to Top of the Leaderboard
"HumbleBrag" opened to 2,200 from under the gun and found three callers, including Michael "VinnyV" Vanier from the hijack.
The flop came and "HumbleBrag" bet 4,750 into the field. Vanier raised to 9,500 and only "HumbleBrag" made the call.
The turn was the , and now "HumbleBrag" led for 12,250, which Vanier called.
The river paired the board and "HumbleBrag" went all in for 33,520. Vanier called quickly and tabled for the full house. That was enough to beat the straight of "HumbleBrag."
|Michael "VinnyV" Vanier||261,608||261,608 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 6:11 PM Local Time
Riordan Adds to Big Stack
John "Macallan25" Riordan opened to 1,150 from middle position and only Denver "Car1tonBanks" Combs called on the button.
The flop came and action checked through.
On the turn Riordan now bet 900, which was called by Combs.
The landed on the river, and Riordan bet 2,650, forcing Combs to fold.
|John "Macallan25" Riordan||184,921||184,921 |
|Denver "Car1tonBanks" Combs||54,400||54,400 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:55 PM Local Time
Players are on a five-minute break.
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:53 PM Local Time
Current Chip Leaders Through Nine Levels
|Daniel "Ultradonk420" Pricola||198,340||198,340 |
|Michael "VinnyV" Vanier||196,856||196,856 |
|Richard "Na_Cho_Cheez" Liotta||188,798||188,798 |
|John "Macallan25" Riordan||181,902||181,902 |
|Mark "RockyJS" Perla||165,662||165,662 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:41 PM Local Time
"Yenmaster" Keeps Their Cool With Flopped Set
"Yenmaster" opened to 700 from middle position and only Thomas "OtB_RedBaron" Lim called from the big blind.
The flop came out . Lim checked and "Yenmaster" bet 945, which Lim called.
The turn was the and Lim checked again. "Yenmaster" bet 2,800. Lim check-raised to 10,185. "Yenmaster" three-bet to 17,570, and Lim called.
On the river , Lim checked, and "Yenmaster" went all in for 44,287 effective. Lim thought for a bit and called.
"Yenmaster" showed for the flopped set to beat the turned two pair of Lim.
|Thomas Lim||0||0 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:29 PM Local Time
Pricola Adds More, Leads Field
Daniel "Ultradonk420" Pricola opened from under the gun to 700 and only "Mikeythekid1" called from the small blind.
The flop showed and action went check-check.
On the turn, "Mikeythekid1" check-called a bet of 985 from Pricola.
The river fell the . "Mikeythekid1" again checked, Pricola bet 2,777. "Mikeythekid1" folded and Pricola added to his stack.
|Daniel Pricola||182,517||-12,830 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:13 PM Local Time
"BiTC0iN" Finds a Bullish Hand by Using the Call Button
"BiTC0iN" opened to 750 from under the gun and found two callers before "just4fun" made it 3,975 from the big blind. "BiTC0iN" flatted and both other players folded to go to a flop heads up.
The flop came and "just4fun led for 7,256. "BiTC0iN" called.
The turn came the and "just4fun" didn't slow down, now betting 18,140. "BiTC0iN" called again.
On the river, "just4fun" put in their last 20,504, which "BiTC0iN" immediately called.
"just4fun" revealed their for the bluff, but "BiTC0iN" had the goods with for the flopped full house and the winner.
Sunday, June 12, 2022 5:01 PM Local Time
Kjetland's Ace is Better
Shawn "Clairvoyant" Kjetland opened to 550 from early position and found two callers, including Steven "Anonymous" Mlenak from middle position.
The flop showed up and Kjetland continued for 1,860. Mlenak called and the third player folded.
Heads up, the players saw the hit the turn. Kjetland bet 5,025 and Mlenak called again.
On the river, Kjetland now checked it over to his opponent. Mlenak bet 8,010 and Kjetland quickly called.
Mlenak showed but Kjetland had him beat with his .
|Steven Mlenak||149,920||149,920 |
|Shawn Kjetland||47,848||47,848 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:48 PM Local Time
"mikewheels" Sends Meyers On His Bike
Matthew "wvu138" Meyers opened to 800 from middle position and only found one caller, "mikewheels" in the big blind.
The flop came and "mikewheels" led for 1,133. Meyers immediately raised to 3,620. That wasn't enough for "mikewheels," who jammed all in for 58,200 and was called quickly by Meyers.
The turn was the , giving "mikewheels" a double-gutshot to go along with his flush draw.
The river gave "mikewheels" the flush and the winner to bust Meyers.
|Matthew Meyers||0||0 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:36 PM Local Time
Early Chip Leaders
|Daniel Pricola||195,347||195,347 |
|Louis Pradelle||149,888||149,888 |
|Kyriakos Papadopoulos||143,861||143,861 |
|Sridhar Sangannagari||139,608||139,608 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:24 PM Local Time
"Posterized" is Sunk by "titanic"
Erich "SpaceCake" Martin limped in early position before "Posterized" raised from middle position. "Titanic" called from the big blind, and so did Martin.
The flop brought and action checked through.
On the turn, action again checked to "Posterized," who bet 575. Now, "titanic" check-raised to 2,075. Both Martin and "Posterized" made the call.
On the river, "titanic" led for 4,000 into both opponents. Only "Posterized" made the call.
Posterized saw the bad news when "titanic" showed the for the flopped straight and took down the pot.
|Erich Martin||100,242||100,242 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 4:05 PM Local Time
Sepiol wins an early pot
"FishJ" opened to 172 from early position and found calls from Mitch "Spinfast" Schock, "Lion2020," and Daniel "spicoli24" Sepiol before Michael "mike87ntks" Lipscomb three-bet to 1,122. "FishJ," Schock, and Sepiol all called while "Lion2020" folded.
The flop brought the and all four players checked.
On the turn, action again checked to Lipscomb, the preflop raiser, who went for a bet of 3,166. "FishJ" immediately check-raised to 8,707. He was called by Sepiol, while Lipscomb and Schock got out of the way.
On the river, "FishJ" now checked, and Sepiol made a bet of 25,330. "FishJ" made the folded and Sepiol took down the large early pot.
|Daniel Sepiol||67,746||67,746 |
|Mitch Schock||47,058||47,058 |
|Michael Lipscomb||28,049||28,049 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 3:40 PM Local Time
Some Early Entrants
|Daniel Mcgrath||50,000||50,000 |
|Garry Gates||49,980||49,980 |
|Tom Cannuli||49,880||49,880 |
|Nicholas Smith||49,870||49,870 |
Sunday, June 12, 2022 3:31 PM Local Time
Cards Are Flying!
The virtual cards are, "in the air," and the online bracelet event is underway!
Sunday, June 12, 2022 2:07 PM Local Time
WSOP Online Bracelet Event #3: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Ultra Deepstack Fires Up Today
The 2022 World Series of Poker features 13 opportunities to win the much-dreamed of gold bracelets online at WSOP.com. Today features the third of those 13 chances when Online Bracelet Event #3: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Ultra Deepstack launches at 3:30 p.m. PDT.
Players from Nevada and New Jersey will be fighting in the online arena for a chance to take home one of the illustrious gold bracelets and call themselves a World Series of Poker champion.
Last year, Pete "PeteChen" Chen bested the field of 1,357 entries and claimed the $82,560 first-place prize.
Players will receive 50,000 starting chips for some very deep play as the tournament name suggests. Blinds will increase every 15 minutes and breaks will occur at 55 minutes past every hour. There will be two rebuys available and registration will be open for four hours.
PokerNews will be here tracking and reporting all the action and sharing all the big names that jump into the field.