Saturday, July 1, 2023 6:37 PM Local Time
Full Double up for Garagnani
Action folded around to Angelina Rich in the small blind, who moved all in, covering Pedro Garagnani in the big blind. Garagnani made the call with his remaining 2,830,000 chips to put himself at risk.
Garagnani was ahead with the ace but Rich had two live cards to secure the knockout. Garagnani pulled ahead on the flop with top pair but the gave Rich additional outs to a flush. The river was clean for Garagnani, who secured a healthy double up while Rich was left short-stacked.
|Norbert Szecsi||20,600,000||0 |
|Tyler Cornell||16,000,000||-200,000 |
|Weiran Pu||13,700,000||0 |
|Pedro Garagnani||5,900,000||2,800,000 |
|Angelina Rich||3,700,000||-2,900,000 |
Saturday, July 1, 2023 6:33 PM Local Time
Three Streets of Value for Pu
Weiran Pu opened to 525,000 from the cutoff and Angelina Rich defended from the big blind.
The flop came and Rich check-called a 300,000 continuation bet from Pu.
Pu fired another barrel for 1,300,000 when checked to on the turn and was called by Rich.
The river was the . Rich checked, Pu bet 950,000 and Rich made the call.
Rich had for two-pair, aces and kings while Pu tabled for the winner to take down a sizable pot.
|Norbert Szecsi||20,600,000||0 |
|Tyler Cornell||16,200,000||0 |
|Weiran Pu||13,700,000||5,300,000 |
|Angelina Rich||6,600,000||-3,900,000 |
|Pedro Garagnani||3,100,000||-600,000 |
Saturday, July 1, 2023 6:28 PM Local Time
Cornell Closes The Gap With Szesci
In a blind versus blind situation, Norbert Szecsi limped in the small blind, but Tyler Cornell raised to 750,000 in the big blind. Szecsi called to see the flop .
On this first street, Cornell continued with a bet of 550,000, and then 1,700,000 on the turn . Both times, Szecsi made the call.
But on the river , when Cornell bet 3,400,000 with for two pairs, Szecsi just waited a few seconds before giving up and folding .
|Norbert Szecsi||20,600,000||-3,600,000 |
|Tyler Cornell||16,200,000||2,900,000 |
Saturday, July 1, 2023 6:16 PM Local Time
Cornell Doubles Through Caragnani
Pedro Garagnani opened to 525,000 from the cutoff and Tyler Cornell defended from the big blind.
Cornell led out for 350,000 on the flop and Garagnani made the call.
The turn came the and Cornell fired a second barrel for 1,400,000. Garagnani raised to 5,800,000, enough to put Cornell all in. Cornell made the call and was at risk.
Cornell was in great shape with a flopped two pair versus Garagnani's turned top pair. The river was clean for Cornell, who collected a full double up while Garagnani was left with just under 15 big blinds.
|Norbert Szecsi||24,200,000||600,000 |
|Tyler Cornell||13,300,000||6,400,000 |
|Angelina Rich||10,500,000||-700,000 |
|Weiran Pu||8,400,000||-2,500,000 |
|Pedro Garagnani||3,700,000||-3,800,000 |0
Saturday, July 1, 2023 5:55 PM Local Time
Pu Turns the Goods
Weiran Pu opened to 250,000 from the cutoff and Angelina Rich defended from the big blind.
The flop came and Rich check-called a 300,000 continuation bet from Pu.
Both players checked through the turn leading to the river. Rich led out for 450,000 and Pu made the call.
Rich tabled while Pu had for a turned top pair to take the pot down
|Norbert Szecsi||23,600,000||0 |
|Angelina Rich||11,200,000||0 |
|Weiran Pu||10,900,000||0 |
|Pedro Garagnani||7,500,000||0 |
|Tyler Cornell||6,900,000||0 |
Saturday, July 1, 2023 5:49 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
|Norbert Szecsi||23,575,000||75,000 |
|Angelina Rich||12,700,000||-100,000 |
|Weiran Pu||9,325,000||-1,150,000 |
|Pedro Garagnani||8,250,000||-450,000 |
|Tyler Cornell||6,075,000||0 |
Saturday, July 1, 2023 5:46 PM Local Time
Level 31 started
Saturday, July 1, 2023 5:44 PM Local Time
Vitor Dzivielevski Eliminated In 6th Place ($153,485)
In the hijack, Vitor Dzivielevski went all-in for 2,050,000 chips. On his left, it took 20 seconds for Tyler Cornell to also push his entire stack in the middle, for a total of 3,525,000 chips. The button and the blinds folded.
With a loud Brazilian rail supporting him, Dzivielevski found a nine on the flop , but at the same time, Cornell hit a pair of queens, keeping the lead. The rail asked for a king for Dzivielevski, but the appeared on the turn and the on the river.
While his brother Yuri Dzivielevski is still in at 10 players left in the $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw Championship at another featured table, Vitor Dzivielevski is eliminated in 6th place from the $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em (6-Handed), and wins $153,485.
|Tyler Cornell||6,075,000||2,475,000 |
|Vitor Dzivielevski||0||-2,200,000 |
Saturday, July 1, 2023 5:38 PM Local Time
Szecsi Puts Cornell in the Blender
Norbert Szecsi opened to 400,000 from the button and Tyler Cornell defended his big blind.
The flop came and Cornell check-called a 275,000 continuation bet from Szecsi.
Cornell checked again on the turn and Szecsi fired a second barrel for 550,000. Cornell check-raised to 1,500,000 and Szecsi made the call.
Cornell bet 2,200,000 on the river, committing more than two thirds of his stack. Szecsi raised to 5,830,000, enough to put Cornell all in. Cornell went deep into the tank, clearly put on a difficult decision.
After four minutes and 11 seconds of consideration, Cornell folded for trips and was left short-stacked while Szecsi, who had for the ace-high flush, extended his chip lead over the rest of the field.
|Norbert Szecsi||23,500,000||5,500,000 |
|Tyler Cornell||3,600,000||-3,875,000 |0
Saturday, July 1, 2023 5:22 PM Local Time
Garagnani Doubles Through Szecsi
Pedro Garagnani shoved with 4,225,000 chips from the button. Weiran Pu in the small blind folded, but Norbert Szecsi in the big blind seemed to have a decision. After a minute, he called.
Both players hit something on the flop . Garagnani was still in the lead with a pair of queens, but needed to avoid a diamond, or a jack to split.
Luckily for him, the landed on the turn and the on the river, resulting in Garagnani doubling up to 8,750,000 chips.
|Norbert Szecsi||18,000,000||-3,800,000 |
|Pedro Garagnani||8,700,000||3,975,000 |
Saturday, July 1, 2023 5:08 PM Local Time
PN Podcast: Daniel Negreanu Talks 2023 WSOP & Poker Hall of Fame
On the latest PokerNews Podcast episode, Chad Holloway and Jesse Fullen continue The Chad & Jesse Poker Show straight from the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP).
They are joined by none other than Daniel Negreanu, who took a break from his busy summer schedule to talk about a plethora of topics including what it's been like running deep in the lower buy-in, big field events, interacting with fans, and how he feels about his performance thus far.
Negreanu also offers his thoughts on the Poker Hall of Fame, including who he thinks will get in and the changes he'd like to see moving forward. Finally, "Kid Poker" offers his prediction for the 2023 WSOP Main Event, which is also the first big topic discussed by the hosts.
Chad and Jesse then do a new "Calling the Clock" segment in which they offer quick two-minute dialogues for topics on "The Board."
Listen to the New PokerNews Podcast Here!
Saturday, July 1, 2023 5:06 PM Local Time
Szecsi Draws First Blood
Norbert Szecsi opened to 400,000 from under the gun and Vitor Dzivielevski three-bet to 1,100,000 from the hijack. Szecsi made the call.
The flop came . Szecsi checked, Dzivielevski placed a continuation bet of 500,000 and Szecsi made the call.
Szecsi check-called another bet from Dzivielevski on the turn, this time for 1,200,000.
The river came the . Both players checked.
Szecsi tabled for the nut-flush to take down the first pot of Day 4. Dzivielevski had for a missed gutshot straight draw.
|Norbert Szecsi||21,800,000||3,200,000 |
|Vitor Dzivielevski||3,100,000||-2,750,000 |
Saturday, July 1, 2023 5:00 PM Local Time
Level 30 started
Saturday, July 1, 2023 4:31 PM Local Time
The Chad & Jesse Poker Show Episode #8: Joey Ingram on the Future of Poker
On the latest episode of The Chad & Jesse Poker Show, Chad Holloway and Jesse Fullen come to you straight from the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP).
They are joined by Joey Ingram, AKA Papi, a lover of four-card poker. A prolific poker podcaster, Ingram is known for his marathon emergency investigations into such controversial matters as the Mike Postle and Robbi Jade Lew cheating allegations. Ingram, who was in L.A. for the Hustler Casino Live $1,000,000 Cash Game, recently returned to Las Vegas and was at the 2023 WSOP for the first time when he sat down with the guys.
Hear what Ingram thinks the future holds for poker, which just might surprise you.
Chad and Jesse also break down all ten nominees for the Poker Hall of Fame Class of 2023. Only one will get in, and it'll undoubtedly be a close affair with so many deserving individuals.
Click here to watch the latest episode now!
Saturday, July 1, 2023 4:10 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up And Deal
Cards are in the air for the final table of the $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em (6-Handed) WSOP Event. The table will be streamed on PokerGo with a one-hour delay. PokerNews will follow this delay to provide you updates.
Saturday, July 1, 2023 3:38 PM Local Time
DANIEL NEGREANU IN THE BOOTH! | Chad & Jesse Poker Show #10
The one and only Daniel Negreanu joins Chad Holloway and Jesse Fullen in the booth for Episode 10. Check it out below!
Saturday, July 1, 2023 3:00 PM Local Time
Who Will Win Event #65: $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Today?
Who will win Event #65 of the 2023 World Series of Poker? That's the question everyone following the $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em is asking.
There are just six of the original 1,199 entries left to answer this question and win the tournament. After three days, the favorite is two-time WSOP bracelet winner Norbert Szecsi, arriving as the chip leader of the final table with 18,600,000 chips, which is nearly 100 big blinds.
However, Angelina Rich, a player from Down Under, will be close behind him with 14,000,000 chips.
Final Table Chip Counts
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|3||Tyler Cornell||United States||7,475,000||37|
Weiran Pu will be the outsider of this final table as he'll have the third-largest chip stack. Despite being down to just a few blinds on Day 3, he made an impressive comeback and finished with 10,475,000 chips.
However, to reach the first place, he will have to fight with Tyler Cornell. The American player, in his pursuit of a second WSOP bracelet, will restart with 7,475,000 chips.
The chip counts on Day 2 showed Vitor Dzivielevski (5,850,000) and Pedro Garagnani (4,725,000) in first and second place, respectively. They are now occupying the last two positions. However, both players still have room to maneuver with more than 20 blinds. Dzivielevski will attempt to imitate his brother, Yuri, who won his third WSOP bracelet this summer in the $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. event.
The game will resume in Paris and Horseshoe Las Vegas at 4 p.m. on Level 30 (small blind 100,000, big blind 200,000, ante 200,000) and will end when a winner takes the $938,244 prize and the bracelet.
The PokerNews live reporting team will provide you with all the action with a delay, as the final table will be streamed on PokerGo.