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2023 54th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Wednesday, May 31, 2023 to Friday, June 02, 2023

Event #5: $1,500 Dealers Choice 6-Handed

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $608,760
  • Entries: 456
  • Remaining: 0


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Thursday, June 1, 2023 1:39 AM Local Time
Hui Among Big Stacks After Day 1 of Event #5: $1,500 Dealer’s Choice Six-Handed

Phil Hui

The second day of the 54th World Series of Poker (WSOP) at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas is wrapping up and just saw the end of Day 1 of Event #5: $1,500 Dealer's Choice Six-Handed, an event that drew a spectacular number of bracelet winners, Hall of Famers, and otherwise poker superstars.

Just a few of the legendary players who made their way into the Black section in Paris include Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, Eli Elezra and Barry Greenstein, all of whom belong to the exclusive group that is the Poker Hall of Fame and all of whom but Elezra advanced to Day 2.

Barry Greenstein
Barry Greenstein

Among the big stacks at the end of Day 1, which ended with 150 players, are bracelet winners Phillip Hui (175,000), Marco Johnson (168,00) and Scott Bohlman (167,500), as well as Larry Tull (217,000) and Tomasz Gluszko (205,500), who are both after their first.

Other notable players who made it through the day include 2015 champion Carol Fuchs (42,500) and 2022 runner-up Jaswinder Lally (105,000), as well as John Racener (140,000), Brian Rast (47,000), Benny Glaser (28,500) and 2004 Main Event champion Greg Raymer (38,000).

End of Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

1Larry TullUnited States217,000
2Tomasz GluszkoPoland205,500
3Andrew DonabedianUnited States190,000
4Phil HuiUnited States175,000
5Amnon FilippiUnited States174,000
6Denis NesterenkoRussia172,500
7Clayton MozdenCanada170,500
8Nick KostUnited States170,500
9Dylan SmithCanada169,500
10Marco JohnsonUnited States168,000

Day 1 Action

While it took a while for big pots to brew with so many split-pot games in the mix, there was never a dull moment during the 15 levels of play on Day 1, which attracted 456 runners for a prize pool of $608,760.

There were several notable matchups at various tables throughout the day. John Monnette, David "ODB" Baker and Maxx Coleman, all of whom have won multiple bracelets, battled it out at Table 46 as Norman Chad and Mike Matusow were paired up at an adjacent table.

Later in the day, Chad Eveslage sparred and laughed with Hellmuth as he looked to prevent the all-time bracelet winner from earning a record-extending 17th bracelet.

Phil Hellmuth
Phil Hellmuth

It wasn't all smooth sailing for the big names and plenty of them failed to advance to Day 2. Four-time bracelet winner Scott Seiver was eliminated after a testy hand with Philip Sternheimer, while five-time bracelet winner Shaun Deeb fell after failing to improve in a Limit 2-7 Triple Draw hand.

Other players who were eliminated on Day 1 include Ben Yu, Chris Vitch, Christina Hill, Peter Dirksen and defending champion Brad Ruben.

Day 2 action will get underway on June 1 at 1 p.m. local time and will pick up on Level 16. The plan is to play ten levels with 15-minute breaks every two levels and a 75-minute dinner break after Level 21 at approximately 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, June 1, 2023 1:36 AM Local Time
Seat Draw for Day 2
Horseshoe6051Chris TrybaUnited States31,500
Horseshoe6052Matthew SchultzUnited States84,500
Horseshoe6053Anthony HuntsmanUnited States67,000
Horseshoe6054Pearce ArnoldUnited States56,500
Horseshoe6055Philip SternheimerUnited States135,500
Horseshoe6056Zack FreemanUnited States87,000
Horseshoe6061Kenneth PoUnited States79,000
Horseshoe6062Brett RicheyUnited States74,500
Horseshoe6063Michael CairoUnited States28,000
Horseshoe6064Ilkka HeikkilaFinland42,500
Horseshoe6065James JohnsonUnited States46,500
Horseshoe6066Lawrence BergUnited States44,500
Horseshoe6071Christopher LindnerUnited Stated96,000
Horseshoe6072Kristan LordUnited States97,000
Horseshoe6073David LeviUnited States158,000
Horseshoe6074Mark DicksteinUnited States14,500
Horseshoe6075Richard AshbyUnited Kingdom60,000
Horseshoe6076Nick GuagentiUnited States116,000
Horseshoe6081Ryan RoederUnited States143,500
Horseshoe6082Matt VengrinUnited States48,500
Horseshoe6083Jim CollopyUnited States70,500
Horseshoe6084Michael DreeseUnited States39,500
Horseshoe6085Gregory RaymerUnited States38,000
Horseshoe6086Michael NooriUnited States82,500
Horseshoe6091Domnick SarleUnited States82,000
Horseshoe6092Bradley AndersonUnited States44,500
Horseshoe6093John MonnetteUnited States84,000
Horseshoe6094John RacenerUnited States140,000
Horseshoe6095Barry GreensteinUnited States88,000
Horseshoe6096Jason RiesenbergUnited States71,000
Horseshoe6101Matthew SchreiberUnited States118,000
Horseshoe6103Peiwen WangUnited States92,500
Horseshoe6104Peter LevineUnited States36,500
Horseshoe6105Allen KesslerUnited States19,500
Horseshoe6106Sampo RyynanenFinland55,500
Horseshoe6111David BachUnited States80,000
Horseshoe6112Richard MirinUnited States71,500
Horseshoe6113Phillip HuiUnited States175,000
Horseshoe6114Richard AcovinoUnited States33,000
Horseshoe6115Aaron SchaffUnited States112,000
Horseshoe6116Frederic MossCanada98,000
Horseshoe6131Itsuko YoroiJapan43,000
Horseshoe6132Marco JohnsonUnited States168,000
Horseshoe6133Benny GlaserUnited Kingdom28,500
Horseshoe6134Tomasz GluszkoPoland205,500
Horseshoe6135Nathan DewittUnited States157,000
Horseshoe6136Maksim PisarenkoRussia38,500
Horseshoe6141David "Bakes" BakerUnited States54,000
Horseshoe6142Jared RubinUnited States52,500
Horseshoe6143Justin GearyUnited States62,000
Horseshoe6144Daniel LopezUnited States112,000
Horseshoe6145David AvinaUnited States64,500
Horseshoe6146Paul GunnessUnited States116,500
Horseshoe6151Chad EveslageUnited States139,000
Horseshoe6152Ryan GoindooTrinidad and Tobago40,500
Horseshoe6153Yuval BronshteinIsrael52,000
Horseshoe6154Christopher KostoulasUnited States102,500
Horseshoe6155Michael BalanUnited States140,500
Horseshoe6156Keeth BeharrellCanada83,000
Horseshoe6161Johnson PhanyasengCanada52,500
Horseshoe6162Marc HennessUnited States42,500
Horseshoe6163Christopher McHughUnited States41,000
Horseshoe6164Adam OwenUnited Kingdom107,500
Horseshoe6165Phuong TranUnited States61,000
Horseshoe6166Hisashi YamanouchiJapan17,000
Horseshoe6171Paul DeGiulioUnited States97,000
Horseshoe6172Jaswinder LallyCanada105,000
Horseshoe6173Clayton MozdzenCanada170,500
Horseshoe6174Daniel AntonUnited States100,000
Horseshoe6175Travis ErdmanUnited States79,000
Horseshoe6176Dzmitry UrbanovichPoland102,500
Horseshoe6182Dylan SmithCanada169,500
Horseshoe6183Satoshi TanakaUnited States49,500
Horseshoe6184Matthew WoodwardUnited States37,000
Horseshoe6185Russell ClaytonUnited States33,000
Horseshoe6186Chip JettUnited States118,000
Horseshoe6211Matthew DelgadoUnited States19,000
Horseshoe6212Bruce WaltersUnited States61,500
Horseshoe6213Venkata TayiUnited States110,000
Horseshoe6214Daniel NegreanuCanada39,000
Horseshoe6215Scott BohlmanUnited States167,500
Horseshoe6216Paresh DoshiUnited Kingdom59,500
Horseshoe6221Chino RheemUnited States35,000
Horseshoe6222Gregory KelleyUnited States48,500
Horseshoe6223Andrew KelsallUnited States87,500
Horseshoe6224Valentin VornicuUnited States112,000
Horseshoe6225Nick PupilloUnited States111,000
Horseshoe6226Elias HouraniUnited States58,000
Horseshoe6231Yehuda BuchalterUnited States118,500
Horseshoe6232Ryan HughesUnited States131,500
Horseshoe6233Gregory JamisonUnited States13,000
Horseshoe6234Jeff LisandroAustralia104,000
Horseshoe6235Frank KasselaUnited States151,000
Horseshoe6236Dennis MaschkeUnited States70,000
Horseshoe6241Jeffrey MitseffUnited States38,000
Horseshoe6242Christopher ClaassenUnited States107,500
Horseshoe6243Bryan MiconUnited States37,000
Horseshoe6244Luis ConchaUnited States146,000
Horseshoe6245Ozea IngramUnited States107,500
Horseshoe6271Michael TrivettUnited States84,000
Horseshoe6272Jon ShoremanUnited Kingdom80,000
Horseshoe6273Caleb ShumardUnited States137,000
Horseshoe6274Jeremy HarkinUnited States69,000
Horseshoe6275Dennis EichhornUnited States111,000
Horseshoe6276Amnon FilippiUnited States174,000
Horseshoe6281Dean JoeUnited States122,500
Horseshoe6282Andrew ParkUnited States132,500
Horseshoe6283Tomomitsu OnoJapab20,000
Horseshoe6284Jose Ignacio BarberoArgentina36,000
Horseshoe6285Yuri DzivielevskiBrazil150,500
Horseshoe6286Dekel BalasUnited States106,000
Horseshoe6291Hieu Luu 36,000
Horseshoe6292Eric WassersonUnited States26,000
Horseshoe6293Phil HellmuthUnited States98,500
Horseshoe6294Carol FuchsUnited States42,500
Horseshoe6295Brandon Shack-HarrisUnited States143,000
Horseshoe6296Larry TullUnited States217,000
Horseshoe6301Nick KostUnited States170,500
Horseshoe6302Brandon DelnanoUnited States30,500
Horseshoe6303Robert GoldfarbUnited States137,000
Horseshoe6304Chris HundleyUnited States43,500
Horseshoe6305Johnie DuhigUnited States87,500
Horseshoe6306Ronald SchiffmanUnited States24,500
Horseshoe6311Max PescatoriItaly70,500
Horseshoe6312Andrew DonabedianUnited States190,000
Horseshoe6313Brian RastUnited States47,000
Horseshoe6314Andrew BrownUnited States43,500
Horseshoe6315Ryon NicholesonUnited States28,000
Horseshoe6316Bradley JansenUnited States114,000
Horseshoe6321Kirill TsyngalevRussia112,000
Horseshoe6322Jason SagleCanada138,000
Horseshoe6323Adithya SundarUnited States55,000
Horseshoe6324Denis NesterenkoRussia172,500
Horseshoe6325Yashuo ChinUnited States40,000
Horseshoe6326Joseph KonstanUnited States77,500
Thursday, June 1, 2023 1:35 AM Local Time
Official End of Day 1 Chip Counts
Larry Tull217,00099,000
Tomasz Gluszko205,500178,500
Andrew Donabedian190,000190,000
Phil Hui175,000-25,000
Amnon Filippi174,000104,000
Denis Nesterenko172,500172,500
Clayton Mozdzen170,500170,500
Nick Kost170,500170,500
Dylan Smith169,500169,500
Marco Johnson168,00043,000
Scott Bohlman167,50057,500
David Levi158,00097,000
Nathan DeWitt157,00059,000
Frank Kassela151,000111,000
Yuri Dzivielevski150,50070,500
Luis Concha146,000146,000
Ryan Roeder143,500-24,500
Brandon Shack-Harris143,000-39,000
Michael Balan140,500140,500
John Racener140,000105,000
Chad Eveslage139,00019,000
Jason Sagle138,000138,000
Robert Goldfarb137,000137,000
Caleb Shumard137,000137,000
Philip Sternheimer135,50060,500
Andrew Park132,500132,500
Ryan Hughes131,500131,500
Dean Joe122,500122,500
Yehuda Buchalter118,50064,000
Chip Jett118,000-12,000
Matthew Schreiber118,000117,000
Paul Gunness116,5008,500
Nick Guagenti116,000-9,000
Bradley Jansen114,000114,000
Kirill Tsyngalev112,000112,000
Valentin Vornicu112,00060,000
Daniel Lopez112,000112,000
Aaron Schaff112,000112,000
Dennis Eichhorn111,00086,000
Nick Pupillo111,000111,000
Venkata Tayi110,000110,000
Christopher Claassen107,500107,500
Ozea Ingram107,500107,500
Adam Owen107,500-12,500
Dekel Balas106,000106,000
Jaswinder Lally105,000-15,000
Jeff Lisandro104,000104,000
Dzmitry Urbanovich102,500102,500
Christopher Kostoulas102,500102,500
Daniel Anton100,000
Phil Hellmuth98,500-8,500
Frederic Moss98,00098,000
Paul DeGiulio97,00062,000
Kristan Lord97,00097,000
Christopher Lindner96,00096,000
Peiwen Wang92,500-19,500
Barry Greenstein88,00060,000
Andrew Kelsall87,50019,500
Johnie Duhig87,50087,500
Zack Freeman87,00087,000
Matthew Schultz84,50084,500
John Monnette84,00029,000
Michael Trivett84,000-46,000
Keeth Beharrell83,00083,000
Michael Noori82,50082,500
Domnick Sarle82,00082,000
David Bach80,00028,000
Jon Shoreman80,000-10,000
Travis Erdman79,000-12,000
Kenneth Po79,00040,000
Joseph Konstan77,50077,500
Brett Richey74,50074,500
Richard Mirin71,50071,500
Jason Riesenberg71,00071,000
Max Pescatori70,50026,500
Jim Collopy70,50050,500
Dennis Maschke70,00070,000
Jeremy Harkin69,00069,000
Anthony Huntsman67,00067,000
David Avina64,50064,500
Justin Geary62,00062,000
Bruce Walters61,50061,500
Phuong Tran61,00061,000
Richard Ashby60,00060,000
Paresh Doshi59,50059,500
Elias Hourani58,00058,000
Pearce Arnold56,50056,500
Sampo Ryynanen55,50055,500
Adithya Sundar55,00055,000
David "Bakes" Baker54,0002,000
Jared Rubin52,50052,500
Johnson Phanyaseng52,50052,500
Yuval Bronshtein52,000-2,000
Satoshi Tanaka49,50049,500
Matt Vengrin48,5008,500
Gregory Kelley48,50048,500
Brian Rast47,00014,000
James Johnson46,50046,500
Lawrence Berg44,50044,500
Bradley Anderson44,50044,500
Chris Hundley43,50043,500
Andrew Brown43,500-52,500
Itsuko Yoroi43,00043,000
Ilkka Heikkila42,50042,500
Carol Fuchs42,500-16,500
Marc Henness42,50042,500
Christopher McHugh41,00041,000
Ryan Goindoo40,50040,500
Yashuo Chin40,00040,000
Michael Dreese39,5008,500
Daniel Negreanu39,000-21,000
Maksim Pisarenko38,50038,500
Gregory Raymer38,00038,000
Jeffrey Mitseff38,00038,000
Matthew Woodward37,00037,000
Bryan Micon37,000-39,000
Peter Levine36,50036,500
Hieu Luu36,000
Jose Ignacio Barbero36,00036,000
Chino Rheem35,000-13,000
Richard Acovino33,00033,000
Russell Clayton33,0004,500
Chris Tryba31,500-33,500
Brandon Delnano30,50030,500
Benny Glaser28,500-1,500
Michael Cairo28,00028,000
Ryon Nicholson28,00028,000
Eric Wasserson26,00026,000
Ronald Schiffman24,50024,500
Tomomitsu Ono20,00020,000
Allen Kessler19,500-24,500
Matthew Delgado19,00019,000
Hisashi Yamanouchi17,00017,000
Mark Dickstein14,50014,500
Gregory Jamison13,00013,000
Thursday, June 1, 2023 1:15 AM Local Time
Day 1 Has Ended

Day 1 has wrapped up after 15 levels of play. Stay tuned for a full recap of the day's action.

Thursday, June 1, 2023 12:52 AM Local Time
Updated Counts as End of Night Approaches
Phil Hui200,000200,000
Brandon Shack-Harris182,00062,000
Ryan Roeder168,000168,000
Michael Trivett130,00043,000
Chip Jett130,00070,000
Marco Johnson125,000100,000
Nick Guagenti125,00037,000
Adam Owen120,00019,000
Jaswinder Lally120,0002,000
Peiwen Wang112,000-38,000
Phil Hellmuth107,00032,000
Nick Pupilo100,00073,000
Andrew Brown96,00047,000
Dennis Eichorn80,00080,000
David "Bakes" Baker52,00036,000
David Bach52,000-25,300
Kenneth Po39,00019,000
Benny Glaser30,0005,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, June 1, 2023 12:39 AM Local Time
Bohlman's Ascent Slowed by Erdman

Scott Bohlman

Pot-Limit Omaha

Scott Bohlman is a contender for end-of-night chip leader, but his chances were thinned after a recent pot.

Picking action up on a flop of    , Matt Vengrin checked in the small blind to Bohlman who bet 3,000. Travis Erdman called under the gun and Vengrin folded.

On the   turn, Bohlman fired again, this time for 8,000. Erdman called again and the dealer put the   out on the river.

This time Bohlman checked and he now faced a bet of 16,000 from Erdman. After over a minute in the tank, Bohlman called to see Erdman show      for a full house and then tossed his cards into the muck.

Scott Bohlman110,00049,000
Travis Erdman91,00091,000
Matt Vengrin40,00014,000
Thursday, June 1, 2023 12:30 AM Local Time
Level 15 started
Level: 15
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 0
Thursday, June 1, 2023 12:23 AM Local Time
Shack-Harris Takes from Negreanu and Barbero

Brandon Shack-Harris

Limit 2-7 Triple Draw

Brandon Shack-Harris raised from under the gun and Nacho Barbero called from the next seat as Daniel Negreanu came along from the big blind. All three players drew three.

Negreanu checked after the first draw and Shack-Harris continued with a bet. Barbero and Negreanu both called and drew two as Shack-Harris drew one.

Negreanu checked again and Shack-Harris bet again before standing pat. Barbero and Negreanu both called and drew one.

Negreanu checked a third time and Shack-Harris bet again as Barbero folded. Negreanu called and mucked when Shack-Harris showed       for a six low.

Brandon Shack-Harris120,00094,500
Nacho Barbero100,00050,000
Daniel Negreanu60,000-9,000
Thursday, June 1, 2023 12:14 AM Local Time
Kost Soars to Chip Lead

Pot-Limit Omaha 8 or Better

With 24,000 in the middle already and a board of    , Nicholas Kost called a pot-sized bet by the big blind from the cutoff to see the   come on the turn.

The big blind bet enough to put Kost all in for roughly 50,000. Kost made the call and had at least half the hand locked up already, but was eager for more.

Nicholas Kost:     
Big Blind:     

Kost was freerolling with the low locked up and holding a straight draw. Once the   came in on the river, Kost had made his straight as well to scoop a massive pot which has him in the chip lead.

Nicholas Kost180,000180,000
Thursday, June 1, 2023 12:01 AM Local Time
Eveslage Picks Off a Big O' Bluff

Chad Eveslage

Big O

Chad Eveslage was on the button in a heads-up pot against the cutoff and got to the river with the board reading      .

The cutoff bet 18,000 on the river and Eveslage went deep in the tank as he shuffled a handful of chips. After a few minutes, Eveslage called.

The cutoff tabled       for just ace-high after bricking several draws and Eveslage turned over       to win the pot with a pair of kings.

Chad Eveslage120,00088,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 11:50 PM Local Time
Level 14 started
Level: 14
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 0
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 11:49 PM Local Time
Lally Eliminates Turner

Jaswinder Lally

Stud 8 or Better

Jaswinder Lally:    /    
Jon Turner:    /    
Opponent:    /    
Joao Vieira:   - folded third street

After Joao Vieira brought in, Jon Turner was all in with less than a full bet against Jaswinder Lally and another opponent. Vieira folded his bring-in.

Lally bet fourth street and got called, the players checked fifth street, then on sixth and seventh streets, Lally bet and got called.

Lally showed a seven-high straight and a six low to scoop the pot against Turner's two pair of nines and eights, and the other player's tow pair of tens and fives.

Jaswinder Lally118,00040,500
Jon Turner0-12,000
Chris Vitch00
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 11:39 PM Local Time
Tryba All The Way Up


Chris Tryba:    /    
Opponent:    /    

Chris Tryba raised to 4,000 and was called by a single opponent. Tryba checked on fourth street and check-raised a bet from his opponent, who called. Tryba bet again on fifth street and his opponent called, and the same action took place on sixth street.

Tryba bet once more on seventh street and his opponent tanked for about a minute before calling.

"All the way up," Tryba said as he tabled the six low.

Chris Tryba65,00038,000
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 11:28 PM Local Time
An Orbit of Deuce With Table 39

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

Hand 1:
Peiwen Wang raised to 3,000 in the cutoff, Mike Bawan called on the button and Yuri Dzivielevski three-bet to 15,000 out of the small blind.

Both opponents fold and Dzivielevski wins the pot.

Hand 2:
Dzievielevski raised to 2,500 on the button and Amnon Filippi called in the big blind.

Filippi drew one while Dzivielevski stood pat. Filippi then check-folded to a bet of 3,500 from Dzivielevski.

Hand 3:
Chino Rheem raised to 3,000 on the button and Filippi three-bet to 14,000. Rheem folded and Filippi took the pot.

Hand 4:
Dzivielevski raised to 2,500 in the hijack and got calls from Filippi on the button and Wang in the small blind.

Each player drew one, Wang led out for 2,000 and got a call from Filippi.

Wang showed       and won the pot.

Hand 5:
Dzivielevski raised to 2,500 under the gun and got three-bet to 7,500 by Wang on the button. Dzivielevski called and drew one while Wang stood pat.

Dzivielevski thought for about a minute before betting 27,000. Wang thought briefly and then folded.

Peiwen Wang150,000-6,000
Yuri Dzivielevski80,00042,000
Amnon Filippi70,00037,000
Chino Rheem48,0000
Mike Balan41,00041,000
Lou Barlow17,00017,000
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 11:11 PM Local Time
Level 13 started
Level: 13
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 0
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 10:56 PM Local Time
Final Break

Players have been sent on their final 15-minute break of the day as the dealers complete a color up.

Wednesday, May 31, 2023 10:54 PM Local Time
Yu Is Out

Seven Card Stud

Ben Yu:   /    / 
Opponent:   /    / 

Ben Yu was all in on fifth street in a heads-up pot against an opponent who had him covered. Yu couldn't pull ahead against his opponent's straight and hit the rail after being dealt the  .

Ben Yu0-25,500
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 10:53 PM Local Time
Po Puts Elezra on Fumes After Short Stack Battle

Kenneth Po

Big O

Picking action up on a flop of    , Eli Elezra bet enough to put Kenneth Po all in for just under 10,000 chips. Po took his time before making the call.

Kenneth Po:      
Eli Elezra:      

Elezra joked that Po had slow-rolled him with his set of threes given how short-stacked he was, and after the board completed   , Po's set of threes defeated Elezra's kings and nines to take down a pot that's left the Poker Hall of Famer with crumbs.

Kenneth Po20,000500
Eli Elezra3,000-27,000
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 10:45 PM Local Time
Another Round of Chip Counts
Adam Owen101,0008,000
Greg Raymer97,00059,000
Allen Cunningham93,000-1,000
Michael Trivett87,00071,000
David Levi61,00036,000
Chip Jett60,00035,000
Max Pescatori44,00022,500
Allen Kessler44,00016,000
Yuri Dzivielevski38,0005,000
Norman Chad19,000-7,000
Tom Franklin16,000
Christopher Vitch14,500
Christina Hill8,5004,300
Matthew Schreiber1,000
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 10:30 PM Local Time
Seiver Eliminated After Heated Hand With Sternheimer

Omaha Hi-Lo Eight-or-Better

Scott Seiver was heard yelling across the table after a heated hand against Philip Sternheimer where the players disagreed on the betting action that took place on the river.

According to discussion from those at the table, Seiver three-bet on the river during an Omaha Hi-Lo Eight-or-Better hand and tabled his hand after a four-bet from Sternheimer, who then tabled the winner.

Seiver said he thought Sternheimer had only called and added that he would have folded to a four-bet, while Sternheimer thought he should be committed to calling the four-bet.

"You can call the floor or whatever but I'm done," said Seiver. "I paid you the right amount."

Seiver was left short and eliminated in the next hand as Sternheimer continued to discuss the hand with Kane Kalas and others at the table.

"Of course," Sternheimer said when asked if he thought Seiver was calling his raise. "He said his hand."

Philip Sternheimer75,00050,000
Scott Seiver0-29,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander