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

Friday, June 09, 2023 to Sunday, June 11, 2023

Event #24: $1,500 Razz

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $742,260
  • Entries: 556
  • Remaining: 0


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Sunday, June 11, 2023 2:40 PM Local Time
Final Table

Final Table of Event #24: $1,500 Razz

 SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Bets
 1Dzmitry UrbanovichPoland750,0008
 2Jeff LisandroAustralia1,200,00012
 3Everett CarltonUnited States2,500,00025
 4Chris HundleyUnited States350,0004
 5Justin LibertoUnited States3,100,00031
 6Takashi OguraJapan1,650,00017
 7Rafael ConcepcionUnited States250,0003
 8William BurkeUnited States2,900,00029
 9David "ODB" BakerUnited States1,225,00012
Justin Liberto3,100,000100,000
William Burke2,900,000200,000
Everett Carlton2,500,0000
Takashi Ogura1,650,000-50,000
David "ODB" Baker1,225,000795,000
Jeff Lisandro1,200,00050,000
Dzmitry Urbanovich750,000170,000
Chris Hundley350,000-165,000
Rafael Concepcion250,000-670,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 2:39 PM Local Time
Jason Sills Eliminated in 10th Place ($9,133)

Jason Sills

Jason Sills:        
Takashi Ogura:        

Takashi Ogura completed and Jason Sills two-bet after losing a sizable pot in the previous hand. Ogura three-bet and Sills called off for his tournament life.

Sills couldn't get there as he double paired and was eliminated in tenth place for $9,133 ahead of the final table redraw.

Takashi Ogura1,700,0000
Jason Sills0-400,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 2:23 PM Local Time
Mickey Doft Eliminated in 12th Place ($7,367)

Mickey Doft

Mickey Doft:   /    / 
Dzmitry Urbanovich:   /    / 

The two short stacks decided to do battle, raising and reraising until Urbanovich was all in for 250,000 with Doft having him covered by 5,000.

Doft was unable to draw the three, five, or six he needed on the end to beat Urbanovich. When the chips were counted, Doft had one 5,000 chip remaining.

Mickey Doft:   /    / 
Takashi Ogura:   /    / 

Doft managed to nearly 10x his stack before once again being at risk. "Big pot right there," Doft said after putting in his final 20,000. Unfortunately, the veteran poker reporter failed to further spin things up and was eliminated in 12th place for $7,367.

Takashi Ogura1,200,000205,000
Dzmitry Urbanovich580,000-50,000
Mickey Doft0-585,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 2:05 PM Local Time
Marco Johnson Eliminated in 13th Place ($7,367)

Marco Johnson

Justin Liberto:    /   / 
Marco Johnson:     /   / 

Down to just one big bet, Marco Johnson got it all in on third street. But running pairs of tens and sixes ended his day on 13th place.

Justin Liberto1,500,0000
Marco Johnson00
Sunday, June 11, 2023 2:02 PM Local Time
Hal Rotholz Eliminated in 14th Place ($6,052)

Hal Rotholz

Hal Rotholz:   /    / 
Everett Carlton:    /    

Everett Carlton completed and called a two-bet from Hal Rotholz. Carlton bet on fourth street and Rotholz called, and the same action took place on fifth and sixth street. Carlton bet once again on seventh street and Rotholz called before mucking his cards.

Rotholz was left short and ended up getting it in against Carlton the very next hand ahead of fourth street.

Hal Rotholz:   /    / 
Everett Carlton:   /    / 

Rotholz couldn't pull ahead and was eliminated in 14th place for $6,052.

Everett Carlton2,500,000745,000
Hal Rotholz0-400,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 2:00 PM Local Time
Hundley Doubles Through Sills

Chris Hundley

Jason Sills:   /    / 
Chris Hundley:   /    / 

Chris Hundley and Jason Sills were in for two bets each on third street. Hundley called a bet from Sills on fourth street and the rest of Hundley's chips went into the middle on fifth.

Sixth and seventh double paired Sills and Hundley found a double up with an eight low.

Chris Hundley515,000-210,000
Jason Sills400,000-400,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:37 PM Local Time
Rotholz Takes From Lisandro

Hal Rotholz:   /    
Jeff Lisandro:   /     - (folded on sixth street)

Hal Rotholz completed and was called by Jeff Lisandro.

Rotholz called a bet from Lisandro on fourth street and then both players checked on fifth.

Rotholz took the initiative with a bet on sixth street and Lisandaro flashed a   before sending his hand into the muck.

Jeff Lisandro1,150,000155,000
Hal Rotholz400,000-125,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:30 PM Local Time
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Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:25 PM Local Time
Baker Doubles With a Wheel

David "ODB" Baker

David "ODB" Baker:    /    
Jason Sills:   /    / 

David "ODB" Baker completed and called a two-bet from Jason Sills. Baker called another bet on fourth street and both players checked on fifth and sixth street.

Baker moved all in on seventh street and Sills quickly called.

"I've got it," Baker said as he tabled his Wheel for a double-up.

Jason Sills800,000-50,000
David "ODB" Baker430,000230,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:24 PM Local Time
Jerry Miller Eliminated in 15th Place ($6,052)

Jerry Miller

Jerry Miller:    /    
William Burke:    /    

Coming in as the shortest stack on Day 3, Miller had to find a spot to try to double up. That spot came on the fourth hand of the day, with a wheel draw on fifth street. But Miller paired a four and got a king and a queen on the end to bust the wheel draw, while Burke put together a nine-eight for the knockout.

"I usually only play the smaller events," said Miller. "But I made a deep run in badugi (35th for $4,018) this year. I might have to play some of these bigger ones now,"

With the knockout, Burke increased his early chip lead.

William Burke2,700,000250,000
Jerry Miller0-205,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:14 PM Local Time
Sills Forces a Fold From Baker

Jason Sills:   /    
David "ODB" Baker:   /     - (folded on sixth street)

David "ODB" Baker completed and was called by Jason Sills.

Sills called bets from Baker on fourth and fifth street, but then Baker check-folded facing a bet from Sills on sixth street — conceding the pot to Sills.

Jason Sills850,000290,000
David "ODB" Baker200,000-290,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:05 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal!

15 players return for day three, playing down to a bracelet winner!

Sunday, June 11, 2023 11:37 AM Local Time
Burke Leads; Several Bracelet Winners in The Hunt of Event #24: $1,500 Razz

William Burke

Welcome to the third and final day of Event #24: $1,500 Razz here at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. William Burke will enter as the leader of the 15 returning players after amassing 2,450,000 in chips over the past 25 levels of play. The Canadian player went deep in the same event in last year's WSOP, but ultimately busted in 11th place for a $6,619 score. This time around, Burke is in a great position to not only surpass his previous placement but make a serious run at winning the gold bracelet and the top prize of $152,991, coming from the $742,260 prize pool.

Burke's journey will not be easy, however, as several seasoned and accomplished players will be looking to do just the same. Among them are bracelet winners Justin Liberto (1,870,000), Jeff Lisandro (995,000), Marco Johnson (695,000), and David "ODB" Baker (490,000). Everett Carlton (1,755,000) will also be in the hunt. Carlton will enter third in chips and has nearly one million in tournament earnings from the WSOP alone dating back to 2005.

Also in the fray is veteran poker reporter and Razz enthusiast Mickey Doft (585,000). Doft has already surpassed his previous best cash from the same event back in 2015 (45th - $2,738) and will be looking to secure his best overall live score to date.

Day 3 Seat Draw and Chip Counts

1Marco JohnsonUSA695,0009
2William BurkeUSA2,450,00031
3Mickey DoftUSA585,0007
4Dzmitry UrbanovichPoland630,0008
5Jerry MillerUSA475,0006
6Justin LibertoUSA1,870,00023
7Maksim PisarenkoRussia530,0007
8Takashi OguraJapan995,00012
Table 678    
1Jason SillsUSA560,0007
2Rafael ConcepcionUSA920,00012
3Chris HundleyUSA725,0009
4Hal RotholzUSA525,0007
5Jeff LisandroAustralia995,00012
7Everett CarltonUSA1,755,00022
8David "ODB" BakerUSA490,0006

Remaining Payouts


Play is set to begin at 1 p.m. local time and play down to a winner. Day 3 will begin on level 26, which features 40,000/80,000 limits. Levels will last 60 minutes each and players will get a 15-minute break after every two levels. Additional breaks will be contingent on the tournament staff and players.

Be sure to stick with PokerNews as we continue to bring you all the action leading to the latest WSOP gold bracelet winner here in Event #24: $1,500 Razz!