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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

EVENT UPDATES

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Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:46 PM Local Time
Frank Bonacci Eliminated in 44th Place ($229,000)

Frank Bonacci

With 1,750,000 in the middle, the flop read    .

Tim Van Loo checked from the small blind and so did Frank Bonacci in the big blind. Ryan Tosoc bet 600,000 for Van Loo to get out of the way. Bonacci responded with a shove for 7,000,000. Tosoc confirmed the counts before he made the call.

Frank Bonacci:   
Ryan Tosoc:   

Bonacci had flopped a pair of jacks but Tosoc was ahead with the overpair.

The rest of the board was completed with the   on the turn and the   on the river for Bonacci to bust in 44th place.

Ryan Tosoc17,400,0007,950,000
Frank Bonacci0-7,875,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:45 PM Local Time
Lewis Doubles Through Lamanna's Bluff

Toby Lewis

Pierpoala Lamanna raised to 500,000 preflop and got called by Cong Pham in the cutoff and Toby Lewis in the big blind. The trio then saw a flop of     and Lamanna continued for 800,000 once Lewis checked to him. Pham got out of the way, but Lewis matched the bet.

On the   turn, Lewis check-called another 1,650,000 bet from Lamanna. The   river then completed the board and Lewis promptly led out for 6,000,000, around half his stack. Lamanna thought it over for a bit before shipping his entire stack of 16,875,000 in the middle, covering Lewis.

Lewis sat in silence for a while before he stated "I've got a full house," followed by "I'd love to fold." Ultimately, however, he could not bring himself to do so and put in the call while tabling his   , which indeed was a rivered full house. Lamanna was forced to table his    for a stone-cold bluff, and Lewis doubled up, while Lamanna was left with less than 20 big blinds early on Day 7.

Toby Lewis30,775,00015,525,000
Pierpaola Lamanna4,875,000-14,000,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:41 PM Local Time
Masato Yokosawa Eliminated in 45th Place ($188,400)

Masato Yokosawa

Daniel Vampan raised to 550,000 in middle position and Masato Yokosawa three-bet to 1,700,000 in the hijack. Vampan four-bet jammed all in and Yokosawa quickly called off his stack of 5,100,000.

Masato Yokosawa:   
Daniel Vampan:   

Yokosawa was in a dominating position but the flop of     gave Vampan the lead with a pair of queens. The   on the turn changed nothing and the   on the river spelled the end to Yokosawa's run in the Main Event.

Masato Yokosawa
Masato Yokosawa
Masato Yokosawa
Masato Yokosawa
Daniel Vampan20,800,0004,600,000
Masato Yokosawa0-7,200,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:40 PM Local Time
D'Aquilio Gives Up to Prydryk on the Turn

Ruslan Prydryk raised to 500,000 from early position and Diego D'Aquilio called in the big blind.

The flop came     and Prydryk continued for 400,000. D'Aquilio called to see the   turn.

He checked again, and this time Prydryk fired out 1,500,000. D'Aquilio quickly gave up his hand.

Ruslan Prydryk14,000,000-150,000
Diego D'Aquilio5,800,000-2,000,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:40 PM Local Time
Holzner Doubles Through Gerrity

Daniel Holzner was in the big blind in a heads-up pot against Nicholas Gerrity on the button on a flop of    .

Holzner checked and Gerrity bet 6,000,000 to put Holzner all in for less. Holzner sat in the tank for several minutes before someone called the clock and he committed his last chips.

Daniel Holzner:   
Nicholas Gerrity:   

Holzner was ahead with ace-high and had a flush draw to go with it. The board finished out    and he improved to a pair of aces to earn the double.

Daniel Holzner13,000,00010,950,000
Nicholas Gerrity4,500,000-13,575,000
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Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:36 PM Local Time
Bonacci Gets It Through

Frank Bonacci raised to 625,000 from early position and found two callers in Adam Walton in the small blind and Tim Van Loo in the big blind. The flop fell     and Van Loo checked before Bonacci put another 1,100,000 chips in the pot. Walton got out of the way but Van Loo stuck around with a call.

The turn   then checked through before Van Loo checked to Bonacci again on the   river. Bonacci went all in for his last 3,300,000 and Van Loo folded, granting the pot to Bonacci.

Tim Van Loo19,200,000-2,500,000
Adam Walton10,800,000-1,425,000
Frank Bonacci7,875,0001,425,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:32 PM Local Time
Weinman Takes Three-Way Pot

Daniel Weinman raised to 525,000 from early position and received calls by Joe Ghio and Matthew Wantman in the blinds.

All three players checked the     flop before the   appeared on the turn. Ghio and Wantman both checked again.

Weinman then fired out 1,600,000 and Ghio quickly folded. Wantman, though, tanked for more than a minute before he joined Ghio in the muck as Weinman took the pot.

Daniel Weinman28,800,0004,425,000
Joe Ghio9,300,000575,000
Matthew Wantman3,500,000-925,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:29 PM Local Time
Torelli and Da Silva Chip Up

Anirban Das raised to 500,000 in the cutoff, and Ryan Tamanini three-bet to 1,800,000 in the small blind. Alec Torelli in the big blind four-bet to 4,200,000 and Das folded. Tamanini went deep into the tank and folded, too.

One hand later, Das raised to 500,000, and Carlos Henrique Da Silva defended out of the big blind. The     flop was checked by the Brazilian, who then called Das' continuation bet of 525,000. Da Silva also check-called the   turn for 1,625,000 before both checked the   river.

Da Silva tabled the    and that won the pot.

Alec Torelli23,500,0002,425,000
Carlos Henrique Da Silva16,500,0005,525,000
Ryan Tamanini12,000,000-1,825,000
Anirban Das9,500,000-3,875,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:28 PM Local Time
Sam Stein Eliminated in 46th Place ($188,400)

Sam Stein

Sam Stein was in the hijack in a heads-up pot against Jan-Peter Jachtmann on a flop of    .

Stein checked and Jachtmann bet 2,200,000 with over 3,000,000 already in the middle. Stein check-raised all in for around 4,500,000 and Jachtmann quickly called with a bigger stack.

Sam Stein:   
Jan-Peter Jachtmann:   

Stein had top pair but was drawing thin against the set of Jachtmann before the board ran out    to improve Jachtmann to a flush as Stein fell in 46th place.

Sam Stein
Sam Stein
Jan-Peter Jachtmann22,000,0005,000,000
Sam Stein0-7,875,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:27 PM Local Time
Payne Keeps Up the Aggression

Bryan Obregon opened to 500,000 in the hijack with    and was called by Daniel Vampan on the button, who had   . Joshua Payne defended his big blind with   .

The flop fell     and the action checked around to the   on the turn.

Obregon took a stab at the pot with a bet of 600,000 and Vampan called. Payne check-raised to 2,600,000 which got a call from Obregon but Vampan folded. The   paired the board on the river and Payne thought for a minute before moving all in. Obregon had a decision to make for his stack of 6,700,000 and he took nearly three minutes before finally folding.

Joshua Payne50,200,0004,300,000
Daniel Vampan16,200,000-800,000
Bryan Obregon6,700,000-3,725,000
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Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:22 PM Local Time
"Let's Stay Hawkins"

Maurice Hawkins raised to 600,000 from under the gun as action folded around to Gabi Livshitz, who called from the big blind.

The flop came     and Livshitz checked. Hawkins then slid forward two towers of chips for a bet of 1,200,000, sending Livshitz into the tank for about a minute.

Livshitz eventually slid his cards into the muck as Hawkins took the pot.

"Let's stay Hawkins, let's stay," his rail began chanting as Hawkins got up from his seat and began dancing.

Gabi Livshitz9,200,000-1,100,000
Maurice Hawkins5,000,000525,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:17 PM Local Time
Logan Hoover Eliminated in 47th Place ($188,400 )

Logan Hoover

Logan Hoover got his last 3,000,000 and change into the middle from the small blind and Juan Maceiras Lapido looked him up from the big blind.

Logan Hoover:   
Juan Maceiras Lapido:   

The board ran out       and Maceiras Lapido flopped a pair of tens to eliminate Hoover from the tournament in 47th place for $188,400.

Logan Hoover - Juan Maceiras Lapido
Logan Hoover - Juan Maceiras Lapido
Logan Hoover - Juan Maceiras Lapido
Logan Hoover - Juan Maceiras Lapido
Juan Maceiras45,450,0006,000,000
Logan Hoover0-4,950,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:15 PM Local Time
Ohulchanskyi Doubles Through Tamanini

Yaroslav Ohulchanskyi

Ryan Tamanini raised to 500,000 when the action resumed in the Horseshoe Feature Table but folded to a three-bet by Alec Torelli to 1,500,000.

Soon after, Tamanini was involved in the action again and looked up the three-bet shove by Yaroslav Ohulchanskyi for 3,000,000 in a preflop contest.

Yaroslav Ohulchanskyi:   
Ryan Tamanini:   

The board ran out      , and Ohulchanskyi doubled. During the hand, the burn card had been flipped up for a king to expose, which made Ohulchanskyi's chances to double more unlikely.

Ryan Tamanini13,825,000-5,375,000
Yaroslav Ohulchanskyi6,625,0003,375,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:15 PM Local Time
Pavel Dyachenko Eliminated in 48th Place ($188,400)

Pavel Dyachenko

Pavel Dyachenko jammed all in from early position for the 2,575,000 chips he started the day with. The action folded to Jan-Peter Jachtmann in the small blind, who three-bet all in with the covering stack. Nicholas Gerrity folded the big blind and the cameras gathered for a showdown.

Pavel Dyachenko:   
Jan-Peter Jachtmann:   

It was a dire situation for Dyachenko, who had run into the aces of Jachtmann. Jachtmann casually sipped on his coffee while the board ran out       and his aces thus held. Dyachenko stood up to collect his payout while being applauded by the room.

Jan-Peter Jachtmann17,000,0002,025,000
Pavel Dyachenko0-2,575,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:15 PM Local Time
Pham Takes From Teltscher

Cong Pham opened to 525,000 on the button and Mark Teltscher defended out of the big blind.

Teltscher checked on the flop of     and Pham checked back. Teltscher checked again on the   turn and called as his opponent bet 700,000.

Teltscher checked once more on the   river and Pham sized up to 2,100,000.

"Alright, I fold. Nice bluff," Teltscher said as he threw his cards to the muck.

Cong Pham14,000,000800,000
Mark Teltscher8,000,000-1,300,000
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Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:14 PM Local Time
Yokosawa Calls for His Tournament Life

Masato Yokosawa

Masato Yokosawa raised to 500,000 from under the gun and was called by Joshua Payne on his left and Daniel Vampan in the big blind. The flop came     and Yokosawa continued with a bet of 325,000. Payne called and Vampan stepped aside.

The turn was the  , and Yokosawa checked this time. Payne tossed in a bet of 700,000, and Yokosawa stuck around for the   on the river. Yokosawa checked again, and Payne shoved all in, putting the Japanese star to the test for his last 1,650,000 in the early going. Yokosawa thought for roughly two minutes before making the call.

Payne tabled    for a bluff while Yokosawa turned over    to score an early double-up through the chip leader.

Joshua Payne45,900,000-3,200,000
Masato Yokosawa7,200,0004,025,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:11 PM Local Time
Rough Start for Berk

Michael Berk opened to 525,000 from under the gun and Joshua Payne three-bet to 1,500,000 from the hijack. Berk gave it some thought but decided to lay his hand down.

Alexander Villa raised to 525,000 in the hijack and Michael Berk defended from the big blind. The flop came     and Berk checked to Villa who bet 375,000. Berk check-raised to 1,150,000 and Villa jammed all in, forcing a fold from Berk.

Joshua Payne49,100,0001,150,000
Alexander Villa13,800,0002,075,000
Michael Berk3,500,000-2,375,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:07 PM Local Time
Mitchell Halverson Eliminated in 49th Place ($188,400)

Mitchell Halverson

On the right feature table, Juan Maceiras Lapido opened to 500,000 from the cutoff before Mitchell Halverson moved all in for around 1,000,000 from the small blind. Christopher Kimmel called from the big blind, and Lapido also called to put Halverson at risk.

The     flop checked through, and Lapido folded when Kimmel bet on the   turn.

Mitchell Halverson:   
Christopher Kimmel:   

Kimmel had flopped the nut straight and had his opponent drawing dead. The   river completed the board, and Halverson became the first casualty of the day.

Mitchell Halverson
Mitchell Halverson
Mitchell Halverson
Mitchell Halverson
Juan Maceiras39,450,000-1,050,000
Christopher Kimmel18,450,0002,550,000
Mitchell Halverson0-1,150,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:03 PM Local Time
Level 31 started
Level: 31
Blinds: 125,000/250,000
Ante: 250,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 12:30 PM Local Time
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