Friday, June 2, 2023 3:50 PM Local Time
Alex Feiner Eliminated In 15th Place ($21,492)
Ferenc Deak opened the button to 140,000 and Alex Feiner moved all in for 480,000 from the small blind. The big blind quickly folded and Deak made the call to put Feiner at risk.
Feiner was in the lead preflop, but when the board ran out , it was the flopped straight for Deak that held up to score the pot and send Feiner to the exit in 15th place.
|Ferenc Deak||3,250,000||650,000 |
|Alex Feiner||0||-375,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 3:43 PM Local Time
Wook Kim Eliminated in 16th Place ($17,826)
Wook Kim, the short stack at the table, was all-in and at risk preflop against Caleb Furth.
At first glance it appeared that Kim was locked for the double when he flopped the nut flush on the . However, Furth had flopped two pair and he improved to a boat when the fell on the turn. Kim was left to bemoan his luck as the insignificant river card came.
The remaining players are now guaranteed at least $21,492.
|Caleb Furth||2,800,000||1,650,000 |
|Wook Kim||0||-1,000,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 3:41 PM Local Time
Final 16 Chip Counts
|Fernando Habegger||4,600,000||1,250,000 |
|Michael Banducci||3,700,000||700,000 |
|Ferenc Deak||2,600,000||900,000 |
|Richard Green||2,200,000||1,520,000 |
|Yuval Bronshtein||1,800,000||245,000 |
|Daniel Rezaei||1,750,000||-780,000 |
|Michael Moncek||1,600,000||460,000 |
|Christian Harder||1,550,000||740,000 |
|Kristen Foxen||1,300,000||-200,000 |
|Alex Livingston||1,300,000||-350,000 |
|Caleb Furth||1,150,000||1,150,000 |
|Tyler Brown||1,100,000||-800,000 |
|Wook Kim||1,000,000||-400,000 |
|Philip Long||1,000,000||50,000 |
|Cai Zheng||470,000||-1,630,000 |
|Alex Feiner||375,000||-150,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 3:39 PM Local Time
Final Two Table Redraw
|1||1||Kristen Foxen||United States||1,300,000|
|1||2||Yuval Bronshtein||United States||1,800,000|
|1||3||Cai Zheng||United States||470,000|
|1||4||Caleb Furth||United States||1,150,000|
|1||5||Wook Kim||United States||1,000,000|
|1||6||Tyler Brown||United States||1,100,000|
|1||7||Michael Banducci||United States||3,700,000|
| || || || || |
|2||2||Alex Feiner||United States||375,000|
|2||3||Daniel Rezaei||United States||1,750,000|
|2||4||Christian Harder||United States||1,550,000|
|2||5||Richard Green||United States||2,200,000|
|2||6||Michael Moncek||United States||1,600,000|
|2||8||Philip Long||United Kingdom||1,000,000|0
Friday, June 2, 2023 3:28 PM Local Time
Jordan Spurlin Eliminated in 17th Place ($17,826)
Action folded to Michael Banducci on the button who promptly announced all in. Jordan Spurlin who was covered, called.
The board fell and Spurlin's tournament was over.
|Michael Banducci||3,000,000||1,950,000 |
|Jordan Spurlin||0||-720,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 3:22 PM Local Time
Steve Yagudaev Eliminated in 18th Place ($17,826)
Steve Yagudaev got it all-in on a flop of against Yuval Bronshtein, who had recently doubled up.
Yagudaev found he was behind with top-pair vs bottom-two and he had a worse flush draw to boot. The left Yagudaev drawing dead and changed nothing on the river.
|Yuval Bronshtein||1,555,000||755,000 |
|Steve Yagudaev||0||-350,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 2:55 PM Local Time
Uri Reichenstein Eliminated In 19th Place ($17,826)
After losing the majority of his stack on the previous hand, Uri Reichenstein was left with only one big blind and moved all in from the button. Both Fernando Habegger and Wook Kim came along from the blinds.
The flop came and Habegger check-called a bet of 75,000 from Kim. On the turn both players checked their options to the river where again play went check-check.
Reichenstein tabled for ace-high and was sent to the exit when Habegger revealed for a pair of tens to take the pot.
|Fernando Habegger||3,350,000||850,000 |
|Wook Kim||1,400,000||775,000 |
|Uri Reichenstein||0||-1,600,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 2:42 PM Local Time
Justin Stein Eliminated in 20th Place ($17,826)
Pot Limit Omaha
Justin Stein was all-in and at risk preflop against Phillip Long.
The flop fanned out favorably for Stein as the , but the turned gave Long a gut-shot and a flush draw. The ladder hit the river in the form of the , leaving Stein frustrated and out of chips.
|Phillip Long||925,000||925,000 |
|Justin Stein||0||-700,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 2:42 PM Local Time
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Friday, June 2, 2023 2:15 PM Local Time
The remaining 20 players have stepped out for their first 15-minute break of the day. The action will resume shortly.
Friday, June 2, 2023 2:13 PM Local Time
Martin Zamani Eliminated In 21st Place ($17,826)
The action was picked up when all the chips hit the middle preflop between Richard Green and Martin Zamani, who was the player at risk for his last 635,000.
Zamani was in need of help to stay alive, but when the board ran out , the jacks held up to send Zamani to the exit in 21st place.
Friday, June 2, 2023 2:08 PM Local Time
Gregory Kolo Eliminated in 22nd Place ($17,826)
Gregory Kolo was all-in and at risk preflop for his last 455,000 against Richard Green.
The board was looking okay for Kolo as it ran out but the was a dagger and Kolo was sent to the payout desk.
|Richard Green||680,000||-720,000 |
|Gregory Kolo||0||0 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 2:04 PM Local Time
Shiva Dudani Eliminated in 23rd Place ($17,286)
Daniel Rezaei had Shiva Dudani all in, shortly after the table redraw.
The board came and Dudani was done.
|Daniel Rezaei||2,530,000||230,000 |
|Shiva Dudani||0||-230,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 2:02 PM Local Time
George Wolff Eliminated in 24th Place ($15,035)
Pot Limit Omaha
George Wolff was all-in and at risk preflop against Wook Kim.
PokerNews was unable to catch the action but one of the other players at the table said that the board ran out with two Aces, making quads for Kim.
|Wook Kim||625,000||25,000 |
|George Wolff||0||-225,000 |0
Friday, June 2, 2023 1:50 PM Local Time
Final Three Table Chip Counts
|Fernando Habegger||2,500,000||375,000 |
|Daniel Rezaei||2,300,000||2,035,000 |
|Cai Zheng||2,100,000||1,010,000 |
|Tyler Brown||1,900,000||1,020,000 |
|Ferenc Deak||1,700,000||675,000 |
|Alex Livingston||1,650,000||470,000 |
|Uri Reichenstein||1,600,000||790,000 |
|Kristen Foxen||1,500,000||-200,000 |
|Richard Green||1,400,000||575,000 |
|Millard Hale||1,250,000||1,250,000 |
|Michael Moncek||1,140,000||-70,000 |
|Michael Banducci||1,050,000||-200,000 |
|Philip Long||950,000||345,000 |
|Tyler Cornell||810,000||475,000 |
|Christian Harder||810,000||-90,000 |
|Yuval Bronshtein||800,000||335,000 |
|Jordan Spurlin||720,000||295,000 |
|Justin Stein||700,000||-200,000 |
|Martin Zamani||675,000||220,000 |
|Wook Kim||600,000||-135,000 |
|Alex Feiner||525,000||380,000 |
|Steve Yagudaev||350,000||30,000 |
|Shiva Dudani||230,000||-485,000 |
|George Wolff||225,000||-40,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 1:48 PM Local Time
Final Three Table Redraw
|1||1||Shiva Dudani||United States||230,000|
|1||2||Jordan Spurlin||United States||720,000|
|1||3||Daniel Rezaei||United States||2,300,000|
|1||4||Michael Moncek||United States||1,140,000|
|1||5||Kristen Foxen||United States||1,500,000|
|1||6||Alex Feiner||United States||525,000|
|1||7||Michael Banducci||United States||1,050,000|
| || || || || |
|2||1||Tyler Cornell||United States||810,000|
|2||2||Philip Long||United Kingdom||950,000|
|2||3||Richard Green||United States||1,400,000|
|2||4||Justin Stein||United States||700,000|
|2||5||Christian Harder||United States||810,000|
|2||6||Martin Zamani||United States||675,000|
|2||7||Millard Hale||United States||1,250,000|
|2||8||Tyler Brown||United States||1,900,000|
| || || || || |
|3||1||George Wolff||United States||225,000|
|3||2||Yuval Bronshtein||United States||800,000|
|3||5||Wook Kim||United States||600,000|
|3||6||Steve Yagudaev||United States||3500,00|
|3||7||Cai Zheng||United States||2,100,000|
Friday, June 2, 2023 1:15 PM Local Time
Goindoo Eliminates Maksimov
Kristen Foxen opened to 75,000 from the button and Artem Maksimov put in a three-bet to 255,000 from the small blind. Ryan Goindoo elected on a four-bet to 530,000 in the big blind and Foxen quickly got out of the way. Maksimov put in his remaining chips of 420,000 total and the cards were on their backs.
The board ran out and the flopped straight for Goindoo scored the pot to send Maksimov to the exit in 28th place.
|Kristen Foxen||1,700,000||805,000 |
|Ryan Goindoo||1,350,000||675,000 |
|Artem Maksimov||0||-235,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 1:11 PM Local Time
Andrews Falls to Stein
Cherish Andrews got the last of her chips in preflop and found herself up against Justin Stein, who had her covered.
The board came giving Stein a set and sending Andrews to the rail.
|Justin Stein||900,000||390,000 |
|Cherish Andrews||0||-460,000 |
Friday, June 2, 2023 12:59 PM Local Time
The Rich Get Richer
Start of day chipleader Fernando Habegger had Levon Khachatryan's short stack at risk preflop.
Khachatryan was thwarted as the board ran out
|Fernando Habegger||2,125,000||500,000 |
|Levon Khachatryan||0||-320,000 |0
Friday, June 2, 2023 12:51 PM Local Time
Kolo Scores Knockout of Brandt
The action was picked up in a heads-up pot with 180,000 in the middle on a flop showing . Lawrence Brandt checked from the small blind to Gregory Kolo who bet out 75,000 in the big blind. Brandt elected to move all in for 300,000 total and Kolo quickly made the call with a bigger stack.
Kolo flopped the nut-straight and was in great shape against the bigger straight draw for Brandt. The board ran out and the flopped nuts held for Kolo to send Brandt out in 34th place.
|Gregory Kolo||1,900,000||860,000 |
|Lawrence Brandt||0||-420,000 |