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

Monday, July 03, 2023 to Monday, July 03, 2023

Event #76: $10,000 MAIN EVENT No-Limit Hold'em World Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $93,399,900
  • Entries: 10,043
  • Remaining: 0

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Friday, July 14, 2023 2:08 AM Local Time
Maceiras Continues to Dominate as 15 Remain in the 2023 WSOP Main Event

Juan Maceiras

Seven tournament days have concluded for the largest WSOP $10,000 Main Event in history and the gargantuan field of 10,043 has been whittled down to the final 15 contenders. They are competing for a large portion of the $93,399,900 prize pool at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas but the eventual winner won't be crowned for another four days in the Thunderdome.

Juan Maceiras entered the day second in chips and proceeded to dominate throughout the five 120-minute levels en route to claiming 108,000,000 in chips. His father was also a poker aficionado and he passed on the reign to his son, who was a PokerStars sponsored pro in Spain and is the odds-on favorite to become the new world champion.

Adam Walton soared into second place in the final hand of the night when he flopped a full house against the turned flush of Anirban Das to end the day with 94 big blinds for Day 8. Walton was supported by a boisterous rail and will certainly hope to have them back in the Horseshoe Events Center for the remaining three tournament days.

"It's really fun. It's fun to have everybody here hanging out. It's a very rare experience to be able to do this in the Main, so I'm having a blast. Having the time of my life," Walton mentioned once the emotions had settled down after bagging and tagging.

Jan-Peter Jachtmann
Jan-Peter Jachtmann

Germany's Jan-Peter Jachtmann is one of two WSOP bracelet winners still in contention and occupies the final spot on the overnight podium. The Hamburg-based marketing manager usually prefers the great game of Pot-Limit Omaha, in which he triumphed back in 2012, taking down Event #39: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship for a career-best score of $661,000. He has a decent shot at surpassing that payday by a significant margin in the days to follow thanks to amassing 70,775,000 in chips so far.

Daniel Weinman likewise won his first bracelet in the four-card variant during the 2022 WSOP at the very same venue and sits in the middle of the pack with 21,750,000 in chips.

Toby Lewis
Toby Lewis

Arguably one of the most well-known contenders still in the mix is the English poker pro Toby Lewis, one of four Brits with chips at their disposal. He once again made a big lay down and correctly folded the top two pair in a large pot against Jachtmann. Lewis was left with 22 big blinds on the final three tables, more than enough to spin up thanks to the deep structure of the event, and he finished a topsy-turvy day with 50,050,000, good enough for fifth place.

He will be joined by fellow countrymen Sachin Joshi (27,775,000), Dean Hutchison (17,500,000), and Jack O'Neill (11,700,000), while Andrew Hulme was eliminated in 18th place in the final level of the night.

Another late casualty on Day 7 was Russian poker pro Andrey Pateychuk, who had already racked up $5 million in tournament cashes on the live poker circuit prior to this deep run. One of his eight six-figure scores came in the 2011 WSOP Main Event in which he finished in 15th place for $478,174. Pateychuk reached the final two tables once again a decade later, but had to settle for 17th place this time.

Top Ten Counts After Day 7

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Juan MaceirasSpain108,000,000135
2Adam WaltonUnited States75,475,00094
3Jan-Peter JachtmannGermany70,775,00088
4Steven JonesUnited States67,900,00085
5Toby LewisUnited Kingdom50,050,00063
6Ruslan PrydrykUkraine45,750,00057
7Jose AguileraSpain37,600,00047
8Joshua PayneUnited States31,000,00039
9Sachin JoshiUnited Kingdom27,775,00035
10Daniel WeinmanUnited States21,750,00027

Day 6 chip leader Joshua Payne retained his chances of reaching the nine-handed final table but dropped back into the middle of the pack. The same also applies for seasoned pro Alec Torelli, who required several double-ups when getting short to advance and return another day.

Alec Torelli
Alec Torelli

The final 15 hopefuls are set to return at 2 p.m. local time on Friday, July 14, and the returning blinds for Level 36 will be 400,000-800,000 with a 800,000 big blind ante. Day 8 is scheduled to conclude when the nine finalists for the official final table have been determined, who then get one day off prior to the grand finale which is then spread across two final days.

It was a day split in two different phases as the initial field of 49 contenders was quickly cut into more than half and just 21 players still had chips in front of them on dinner break upon completion of the third level of the day.

By then, notables such as Sam Stein, Japan's YouTube star Masato Yokosawa, Maurice Hawkins, and Mark Teltscher had already visited the payout desk. Brazil's Carlos Henrique Da Silva was also among those to bow out after he never recovered from losing half of his stack when O'Neill pulled off a successful preflop six-bet shove.

Three eliminations in quick succession then set up the redraw of the final three tables when Harsheel Kothari, Matthew Wantman and Nicholas Gerrity were all eliminated in a matter of minutes.

The action never really slowed down either as the third level of the day brought with it another six open seats with Gabi Livshitz and Ryan Tosoc among those to run out of chips. Once the field returned from dinner, Daniel Scroggins succumbed to his short stack in the very first hand but it would be the only casualty of the entire two-hour session. Weinman scored a double in a cooler against Joe Ghio when he flopped a superior set with the latter bowing out in 19th place.

The aforementioned Hulme reached the second redraw of the evening with less than half a big blind after he had hero-called at the wrong time versus Torelli prior. The miracle comeback was cut short in a single hand thereafter and the pay jump from $345,000 to $430,200 was of no concern for the other 17 contenders.

Pateychuk and Das hit the rail during the dying minutes of the night and set the stage for a potentially short-lived Day 8, which requires only six eliminations to set up the 2023 WSOP Main Event final table. The PokerNews live reporting team will be back to provide all of the action, in sync with the delay of the PokerGO live stream, so as to avoid spoilers.

Friday, July 14, 2023 2:00 AM Local Time
Seat Draw for Day 8
TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
11Ruslan PrydrykUkraine45,750,00057
12Joshua PayneUnited States31,000,00039
13Jan-Peter JachtmannGermany70,775,00088
14Alec TorelliUnited States14,275,00018
16Juan MaceirasSpain108,000,000135
17Jose AguileraSpain37,600,00047
18Daniel WeinmanUnited States21,750,00027
19Sachin JoshiUnited Kingdom27,775,00035
      
21Steven JonesUnited States67,900,00085
22Daniel HolznerItaly14,750,00018
23Jack O'NeillUnited Kingdom11,700,00015
24Cong PhamUnited States8,700,00011
25Dean HutchisonUnited Kingdom17,500,00022
26Adam WaltonUnited States75,475,00094
29Toby LewisUnited Kingdom50,050,00063
Friday, July 14, 2023 1:51 AM Local Time
End-of-Day Chip Counts
Juan Maceiras108,000,0004,500,000
Adam Walton75,475,000-25,000
Jan-Peter Jachtmann70,775,000-2,625,000
Steven Jones67,900,000-3,600,000
Toby Lewis50,050,000-1,050,000
Ruslan Prydryk45,750,00050,000
Jose Aguilera37,600,0000
Joshua Payne31,000,000100,000
Sachin Joshi27,775,000-2,025,000
Daniel Weinman21,750,000250,000
Dean Hutchison17,500,0000
Daniel Holzner14,750,000250,000
Alec Torelli14,275,000-25,000
Jack O'Neill11,700,0000
Cong Pham8,700,000-1,500,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 1:50 AM Local Time
Aguilera Claims the Last Pot

Jose Aguilera raised to 1,200,000 in the cutoff and Ruslan Prydryk called from the big blind. The flop came     and Prydryk check-called a bet of 1,200,000 from Aguilera.

The turn was the   and Prydryk checked again. Aguilera put together a bet of 3,750,000 and Prydryk stuck around for the [ac[ on the river. Prydryk checked for the final time and Aguilera slid out a bet of 8,200,000. Prydryk quickly folded his    and Aguilera collected the last pot of the night.

Aguilera had a stone bluff with his    and tabled it for everyone to see.

Ruslan Prydryk45,700,000-6,800,000
Jose Aguilera37,600,0008,700,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 1:48 AM Local Time
Anirban Das Eliminated in 16th Place ($430,200)

Anirban Das

On the last hand of Day 7, Adam Walton raised to 1,200,000 under the gun and received three callers, including Anirban Das, Jack O'Neill, and Dean Hutchison.

The flop came     and Walton bet 1,200,000. Das called in early position, O'Neill called on the button, and Hutchison folded.

The   fell on the turn and action checked to O'Neill who bet 2,700,000. Walton then raised to 6,500,000 and Das called, while O'Neill got out of the way.

Walton shoved all in on the   river and Das quickly called for his last 17,800,000. Walton slammed down    for a full house and Das turned over    for a no-good flush. Das gave Walton his card protector as the two opponents shook hands before Das headed to the rail.

Adam Walton75,500,00035,400,000
Dean Hutchison17,500,000-3,000,000
Jack O'Neill11,700,000-5,400,000
Anirban Das0-23,700,000
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Friday, July 14, 2023 1:40 AM Local Time
Joshi Gets Nearly a Full Double from Torelli

Sachin Joshi limped in from under the gun which invited Alec Torelli in the cutoff and Daniel Weinman in the big blind to come along. The flop came     and Joshi fired out a bet of 750,000. Both Torelli and Weinman called as the   landed on the turn.

Joshi made another bet of 3,000,000 on the turn and only Torelli called this time. The   paired the board on the river and Joshi slid out a bet of 9,025,000, leaving just a couple of chips behind. Torelli counted his own stack and agonized for a few minutes before calling. Joshi turned over    for a full house and Torelli conceded the pot.

Sachin Joshi29,800,00015,300,000
Alec Torelli14,300,000-18,500,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 1:38 AM Local Time
Walton Frustrates Pham

Cong Pham raised to 1,200,000 under the gun and received two callers, Adam Walton in early position and Jack O'Neill in the big blind.

The flop came     and Pham bet 1,600,000. Only Walton called to see the   turn where both players checked.

Pham also checked the   river before Walton fired out 7,000,000. Pham shook his head and threw away his cards in frustration as Walton took the pot.

Adam Walton40,100,0006,400,000
Jack O'Neill17,100,000-5,700,000
Cong Pham10,200,0002,300,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 1:30 AM Local Time
Lewis Takes a Four-Way Pot

Toby Lewis

Toby Lewis raised to 1,200,000 from under the gun and Dean Hutchison, Adam Walton, and Anirban Das all came along and called.

All four players checked the     flop before Walton led out for 2,000,000 on the   turn. Das called in the big blind and Lewis also stuck around, while Hutchison got out of the way.

The three remaining players checked down the   river and Lewis took the pot with    for top pair.

Toby Lewis51,100,0008,200,000
Adam Walton33,700,000-3,200,000
Anirban Das23,700,000-3,800,000
Dean Hutchison20,500,000-3,875,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 1:25 AM Local Time
Das Picks Off Walton on the River

Anirban Das raised to 1,200,000 from under the gun and Adam Walton defended his big blind.

The flop came     and Das continued for 1,000,000. Walton called and both players checked the   turn.

The   fell on the river and Das bet another 1,600,000. Walton then grabbed a stack of peach 1,000,000 chips and put them in the middle, representing a raise to 10,000,000.

Das shot back in his seat and began pounding on the rail of the table as he went deep into the tank. He got up from his seat after a minute and studied the board before sitting back down and counting out the chips to call.

He eventually slid them in the middle and Walton showed    for a missed flush draw. Das turned over    for two pair and gave a big fist pump as he raked in the big pot.

Adam Walton36,900,000-12,800,000
Anirban Das27,500,00013,100,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 1:22 AM Local Time
Jachtmann Goes 3x Pot on the River

Ruslan Prydryk raised to 1,200,000 on the button before Joshua Payne three-bet to 4,500,000 in the small blind. Prydryk fired back with a four-bet to 16,700,000 and Payne instantly mucked his cards.

On the next hand, Prydryk opened to 1,200,000 with    and was called by Jan-Peter Jachtmann and Alec Torelli in the blind, who had    and    respectively.

The flop came     and Prydryk continued with a bet of 1,800,000. Jachtmann called and Torelli got out of the way.

The turn was the  , and both players checked to the   on the river. With a straight on the board, Jachtmann slid out a massive bet of 20,000,000. Prydryk thought for a couple of minutes but finally dumped his cards into the muck.

Jan-Peter Jachtmann73,400,0003,300,000
Ruslan Prydryk52,500,0001,850,000
Joshua Payne30,900,000-3,000,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Friday, July 14, 2023 1:16 AM Local Time
Battle of Pocket Pairs Goes to Lewis

Toby Lewis opened to 1,200,000 from the hijack and Cong Pham called in the big blind.

The flop came     and Pham checked to Lewis, who bet another 600,000. Pham called to the   turn and checked again.

Lewis then checked back and both players also checked the   river. Pham quickly flashed two fours, but Lewis turned over    to win the pot.

Toby Lewis42,900,0003,900,000
Cong Pham7,900,000-900,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 1:10 AM Local Time
Das Wakes Up With Aces to Double

Anirban Das

Jack O'Neill raised to 1,200,000 from under the gun and Adam Walton called in the hijack before Anirban Das, in the cutoff, moved all in for 5,900,000. Action folded back to O'Neill who tanked for a minute before reshoving, and Walton got out of the way.

Anirban Das:   
Jack O'Neill:   

As O'Neill's rail began to chant for a "jack-ball," the board ran out       and Das' aces stayed in front to earn him a double up.

Adam Walton49,700,000-300,000
Jack O'Neill22,800,000-7,350,000
Anirban Das14,400,0008,200,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 12:59 AM Local Time
Jones Takes Down Two Pots

Steven Jones opened to 1,200,000 from early position and Anirban Das defended his big blind.

The flop came     and Jones continued for 800,000. Das called and both players checked down the   turn and   river. Jones turned over    which was good enough to win the pot.

Jones then raised again to 1,200,000 and this time it was Toby Lewis calling from the big blind.

Jones bet another 1,100,000 on the     flop and Lewis called. The turn brought the   and Jones won the pot with a bet of 3,100,000.

Steven Jones71,500,0002,800,000
Toby Lewis39,000,000-2,850,000
Anirban Das6,200,000-2,600,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 12:52 AM Local Time
Jachtmann Closes the Gap on Maceiras Lapido

Juan Maceiras Lapido raised to 1,200,000 in early position and Jan-Peter Jachtmann called from the big blind. The flop came     and Jachtmann check-called a bet of 1,500,000 from Maceiras Lapido.

The turn was the   and Jachtmann checked again. Maceiras Lapido fired out another bet of 4,000,000 and Jachtmann still called. The   completed the board and both players tapped the table. Jachtmann tabled    for top pair on the river and Maceiras Lapido mucked his cards.

Juan Maceiras103,500,000-8,000,000
Jan-Peter Jachtmann70,100,0007,000,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 12:44 AM Local Time
Walton Gives Das' Stack the Boot

Adam Walton

Adam Walton raised to 1,200,000 from the hijack before Anirban Das three-bet to 2,800,000 in the cutoff. Action folded back to Walton who called to go heads-up to the flop.

The dealer spread out     and Das fired another 2,200,000. Walton called and both players checked the   turn.

The   fell on the river and Walton led out for 7,000,000. Das quickly called and Walton turned over    for the straight as his raucous rail erupted in celebration.

Adam Walton50,000,00013,200,000
Anirban Das8,800,000-12,300,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Friday, July 14, 2023 12:41 AM Local Time
Holzner Calls Down Das With King-High

Daniel Holzner raised to 1,200,000 from middle position and Anirban Das called in the big blind.

Holzner bet another 700,000 on the     flop and Das called. Both players checked the   turn.

The river came the   and Das led out for 1,650,000. Holzner spent nearly two minutes in the tank before calling as Das tapped the felt and turned over    for a bluff.

Holzner showed    and won the pot with king-high, jack-kicker.

Anirban Das21,100,000-4,100,000
Daniel Holzner14,500,0004,500,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 12:39 AM Local Time
Andrey Pateychuk Eliminated in 17th Place ($430,200)

Andrey Pateychuk

Juan Maceiras Lapido raised to 1,200,000 on the button and Andrey Pateychuk shoved all in for 15,600,000 in the big blind. Maceiras Laipido quickly called and the cards were on their backs.

Andrey Pateychuk:   
Juan Maceiras Lapido:   

The flop fell     and Pateychuk was looking for one of two outs. The   and   changed nothing and Pateychuk was eliminated in 17th place.

Juan Maceiras111,500,00016,100,000
Andrey Pateychuk0-16,150,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 12:38 AM Local Time
Das Checks Back Aces

On the first hand following the redraw, Anirban Das opened to 1,200,000 from under the gun and Adam Walton called in the big blind.

The flop came     and Das continued for 1,400,000. Walton called, then called another bet of 3,650,000 on the   turn.

The   fell on the river and Walton checked for a third time. Das then checked behind and turned over    to win the pot after Walton mucked.

Adam Walton36,800,000-7,200,000
Anirban Das25,200,0007,150,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 12:36 AM Local Time
Andrew Hulme Eliminated in 18th Place ($345,000)

Andrew Hulme

Jan-Peter Jachtmann raised to 2,000,000 in the cutoff and Andrew Hulme was all in for his last 275,000 in the small blind. Juan Maceiras Lapido called from the big blind which created a side pot. The flop came     and Jachtmann continued with a bet of 3,000,000 which got Maceiras Lapido to fold.

Andrew Hulme:   
Jan-Peter Jachtmann:   

Both players flopped a pair but it was Jachtmann who was well out front. The   and   runout secured the pot for Jachtmann and Hulme was eliminated in 18th place.

Juan Maceiras95,400,000-2,575,000
Jan-Peter Jachtmann63,100,0002,900,000
Andrew Hulme0-275,000
Friday, July 14, 2023 12:32 AM Local Time
Redraw of the Final Two Tables

There are 76 minutes and 50 seconds to be played for tonight and the redraw of the final two tables is as follows.

The players have been sent on a short break while the redraw takes place.

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
11Ruslan PrydrykUkraine50,650,00084
12Joshua PayneUnited States33,900,00057
13Jan-Peter JachtmannGermany60,200,000100
14Alec TorelliUnited States32,800,00055
15Andrew HulmeUnited Kingdom275,0000
16Juan Maceiras LapidoSpain97,975,000163
17Jose AguileraMexico28,900,00048
18Andrey PateychukRussia16,150,00027
19Sachin JoshiUnited Kingdom14,500,00024
      
21Steven JonesUnited States68,700,000115
22Daniel HolznerItaly10,000,00017
23Jack O'NeillUnited Kingdom30,150,00050
24Cong PhamUnited States8,800,00015
25Dean HutchisonUnited Kingdom24,375,00041
26Adam WaltonUnited States43,625,00073
27Anirban DasIndia18,050,00030
28Daniel WeinmanUnited States21,500,00036
29Toby LewisUnited Kingdom41,850,00070
Juan Maceiras97,975,000-25,000
Steven Jones68,700,000-300,000
Jan-Peter Jachtmann60,200,000-3,500,000
Ruslan Prydryk50,650,000-50,000
Adam Walton43,625,0007,625,000
Toby Lewis41,850,000-3,900,000
Joshua Payne33,900,000-1,500,000
Alec Torelli32,800,0000
Jack O'Neill30,150,0001,150,000
Jose Aguilera28,900,000-2,600,000
Dean Hutchison24,375,000-1,425,000
Daniel Weinman21,500,000-3,900,000
Anirban Das18,050,0001,550,000
Andrey Pateychuk16,150,000-1,350,000
Sachin Joshi14,500,000-1,000,000
Daniel Holzner10,000,000-16,100,000
Cong Pham8,800,0001,200,000
Andrew Hulme275,0000
Playtika - Jason Alexander