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

Thursday, June 01, 2023 to Friday, June 02, 2023

Event #6: $5,000 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em; Pot-Limit Omaha

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  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • Prizepool: $2,608,200
  • Entries: 567
  • Remaining: 0


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Friday, June 2, 2023 12:47 PM Local Time
Okelly Is Not Okay

Jordan Spurlin

Jordan Spurlin and Scott Jacewicz Okelly were all-in preflop, with the ladder at risk.

Scott Jacewicz Okelly:   
Jordan Spurlin:   

The board ran out       and Okelly was sent to the payout desk.

Jordan Spurlin425,00080,000
Scott Jacewicz Okelly0-535,000
Friday, June 2, 2023 12:41 PM Local Time
Hale Hits the Rail

Millard Hale was all-in, in middle position, and at risk against Artem Maksimov, who was directly on his left.

Millard Hale:   
Artem Maksimov:   

Hale flopped some additional outs as the     fanned out, unfortunately for him the   on the turn and the   on the river didn't improve his hand. Maksimov was awarded the pot with Ace-high and Hale hit the rail.

Artem Maksimov235,000-130,000
Millard Hale0-335,000
Friday, June 2, 2023 12:40 PM Local Time
Riordan Doubles Up

John Riordan

Pot-Limit Omaha

John Riordan raised from the late mid position and was put all in by Christian Harder.

John Riordan:     
Christian Harder:     

The board came down       giving Riordan a nice boost at the start of the day.

Christian Harder900,000-225,000
John Riordan400,000215,000
Friday, June 2, 2023 12:36 PM Local Time
Livingston Makes Quads To Send Carter To The Exit

Alex Livingston

Pot-Limit Omaha

Alex Livingston opened the action to 65,000 from under the gun and Marc Hollander put in a three-bet to 165,000 from the cutoff. Keith Carter moved all in for 240,000 on the button and both Livingston and Hollander made the call.

The flop fanned out     and Livingston continued for 75,000, which Hollander came along. The   hit the turn and Livingston kept up the aggression with a bet of 150,000. Hollander took some time, but in the end, made the fold and the cards were shown.

Keith Carter:     
Alex Livingston:     

Livingston was well ahead with his flopped trips but would need to dodge the outs for Carter. The river fell the   and Livingston improved to quads to score the pot and send Carter to the exit.

Alex Livingston1,180,000395,000
Marc Hollander475,000-220,000
Keith Carter0-504,000
Friday, June 2, 2023 12:02 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal

The final 48 players have taken their seats and the cards are now in the air in Event #6: $5,000 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha.

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Friday, June 2, 2023 10:23 AM Local Time
Day 2 of the $5,000 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha Kicks Off at Noon

Fernando Habegger

A total of 567 hopefuls joined the green felts on Day 1 of Event #6: $5,000 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha here at the 2023 World Series of Poker at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, and after the dust settled, only 48 remain in the hunt for WSOP gold.

The two most popular poker disciplines brought in many of the biggest and best names to create a massive $2,608,200 prize pool with the winner taking home a cool $534,499 and the prestigious bracelet.

At the end of Day 1 it was Switzerland's Fernando Habegger who bagged the top stack with an impressive 1,625,000. Ukraine's Roman Rogovskyi bagged 1,325,000 and Michael Moncek locked up 1,210,000 to round out the top three.

Habegger, who is primarily an online player, will have his eyes set on the top prize to best his previous biggest live cash of $33,973 in an Omaha event this past March. Habegger is a Pot-Limit Omaha coach and GG sponsored pro with most of his experience being in that format.

Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Fernando HabeggerSwitzerland1,625,00065
2Roman RogovskyiUkraine1,325,00053
3Michael MoncekUnited States1,210,00048
4Michael BanducciUnited States1,200,00048
5Christian HarderUnited States1,125,00045
6Zhen CaiUnited States1,090,00044
7Greg KoloUnited States1,040,00042
8Ferenc DeakHungary1,025,00041
9Kristen FoxenUnited States895,00036
10Tyler BrownUnited States880,00035

Many top pros joined the action throughout Day 1 and some who could not find any run good include bracelet winners Cliff Josephy, Alex Foxen, Stephen Chidwick, Adam Hendrix, and last years winner of this event Joao Simao.

More big names who managed to find a min-cash but couldn't make it through the full day include 2018 WSOP Player of the Year Shaun Deeb, four-time bracelet winner Jeremy Ausmus, and none other than "Kid Poker" himself Daniel Negreanu, who busted in the last level of the day.

The final 48 players will return to action today at noon local time in the Gold section of the Horseshoe Event Center. The blinds will resume at Level 21 with 10,000/25,000 and a 25,000 big blind ante. The blind levels will increase to 40 minutes in length and there will be a 15-minute break every three levels. The plan is to play down to a winner today, but depending on pace of play, could see a Day 3 added to the schedule if needed.

As always be sure to stick with PokerNews for all your up-to-date coverage of this event and the rest of the bracelet events throughout the 2023 WSOP.

Friday, June 2, 2023 9:53 AM Local Time
Day 2 Seat Draw
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Horseshoe6511Ari EngelUnited States420,00017
Horseshoe6512Scott Jacewicz OkellyUnited States535,00021
Horseshoe6513Alex LivingstonCanada785,00031
Horseshoe6514Richard GreenUnited States825,00033
Horseshoe6515George WolffUnited States265,00011
Horseshoe6516Marc HollanderUnited States695,00028
Horseshoe6517Keith CarterUnited States504,00020
Horseshoe6518Kristen FoxenUnited States895,00036
Horseshoe6521Stanislav HalatenkoUkraine520,00021
Horseshoe6522Cai ZhengUnited States1,090,00044
Horseshoe6523Wook KimUnited States735,00029
Horseshoe6524Millard HaleUnited States335,00013
Horseshoe6525Artem MaksimovRussia365,00015
Horseshoe6526Ryan GoindooTrinidad and Tobago675,00027
Horseshoe6527Tyler BrownUnited States880,00035
Horseshoe6528Jordan SpurlinUnited States345,00014
Horseshoe6531Martin ZamaniUnited States455,00018
Horseshoe6532Harutyun GevorgyanUnited States325,00013
Horseshoe6533Daniel RezaeiAustria265,00011
Horseshoe6534Kent RossUnited States95,0004
Horseshoe6535Roman RogovskyiUkraine1,350,00054
Horseshoe6536Joao VieiraPortugal750,00030
Horseshoe6537Yuval BronshteinIsrael465,00019
Horseshoe6538Michael MoncekUnited States1,210,00048
Horseshoe6591Shiva DudaniUnited States715,00029
Horseshoe6592Steve YagudaevUnited States320,00013
Horseshoe6593Felipe RamosBrazil70,0003
Horseshoe6594Eran CarmiIsrael245,00010
Horseshoe6595Tyler CornellUnited States335,00013
Horseshoe6596Lawrence BrandtUnited States420,00017
Horseshoe6597Christopher KellerUnited States550,00022
Horseshoe6598Gregory KoloUnited States1,040,00042
Horseshoe6601Andrew WatsonUnited States438,00018
Horseshoe6602Caleb FurthUnited States160,0006
Horseshoe6603John RiordanUnited States185,0007
Horseshoe6604Ferenc DeakHungary1,025,00041
Horseshoe6605Philip LongUnited Kingdom605,00024
Horseshoe6606Michael BanducciUnited States1,250,00050
Horseshoe6607Thomas SkaggsUnited States270,00011
Horseshoe6608Christian HarderUnited States1,125,00045
Horseshoe6611Fernando HabeggerSwitzerland1,625,00065
Horseshoe6612Justin SteinUnited States510,00020
Horseshoe6613Levon KhachatryanUnited States320,00013
Horseshoe6614Bin WengUnited States155,0006
Horseshoe6615Cherish AndrewsUnited States460,00018
Horseshoe6616Alex FeinerUnited States145,0006
Horseshoe6617Anthony MarsicoUnited States865,00035
Horseshoe6618Uri ReichensteinIsrael810,00032