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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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Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:52 PM Local Time
Aguilera Four-Bet Shoves

Jose Aguilera opened to 1,100,000 from under the gun with    before Ruslan Prydryk three-bet to 4,500,000 next to act with   .

The table folded back around to Aguilera, who shoved all in for 28,600,000. Prydryk paused for only a moment before tossing his cards away.

Ruslan Prydryk55,500,000-5,100,000
Jose Aguilera34,400,0007,800,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:51 PM Local Time
Jones Beats Pateychuk in Showdown

On a heads-up turn of     , Steven Jones checked in the small blind and then called a bet worth 3,000,000 by Andrey Pateychuk on the button. Both players slowed down with the   river and checked. Jones revealed the    for trips aces and won the pot.

One hand later, Daniel Holzner min-raised to 1,000,000 first to act. Anirban Das jammed for 5,350,000 from the big blind and Holzner asked for an exact count but folded.

Steven Jones59,000,00013,500,000
Andrey Pateychuk23,500,0004,100,000
Daniel Holzner23,000,000-2,100,000
Anirban Das7,100,000-1,300,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:48 PM Local Time
Payne Fights Back

Joshua Payne opened to 1,000,000 in the hijack and Joe Ghio defended out of the big blind.

Ghio checked on the     flop and Payne continued for 700,000. Ghio called. Ghio checked again on the   turn and Payne checked back.

Ghio checked once more on the   river and Payne bet 2,500,000. Ghio laid it down.

Joshua Payne22,000,000-3,000,000
Joe Ghio16,600,000-2,400,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:38 PM Local Time
Massive Cooler Gives Weinman a Big Double

Daniel Weinman

Ruslan Prydryk raised to 1,000,000 from under the gun before Daniel Weinman three-bet to 2,900,000 in the hijack. Joe Ghio called in the cutoff, while Prydryk got out of the way.

Both players checked the     flop before Weinman resumed betting on the   turn, putting in 2,200,000. Ghio then raised to 6,000,000, Weinman moved all in for 9,920,000, and Ghio snap-called.

Ghio showed    for a flopped set, but he was drawing to just one out as Weinman turned over    for a set of jacks. The river came the   and Weinman earned the massive double up.

Ruslan Prydryk60,600,000-1,000,000
Daniel Weinman27,900,00013,800,000
Joe Ghio19,000,000-14,000,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:33 PM Local Time
Lewis and Hulme Going in Opposite Directions

Andrew Hulme limped in from the small blind and Toby Lewis checked his option. The flop came     and Hulme checked to Lewis who bet 500,000. Hulme called and the   landed on the turn.

Both players checked this time and the   completed the board. Hulme checked once more and Lewis sized up a bet of 3,500,000. Hulme thought for nearly two minutes and then decided to send his cards to the muck.

Toby Lewis37,200,0000
Andrew Hulme16,300,0000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:32 PM Local Time
Do You Know Which Poker Player Just Set the Record of Cashing Seven Consecutive Live WSOP Main Events?

The 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP) was the largest in history with 10,043 players, and for one player it proved to be a record-extending affair. From 2010-14, poker pro Ronnie Bardah cashed the WSOP Main Event a record five times, which was recognized on various ESPN broadcasts. However, that record seems to have fallen by the wayside as first brought to light by @TARKPOKER on Twitter.

You see, one player has managed to cash the WSOP Main Event, at least the live version, a record seven consecutive times (2016-23). The pandemic threw a monkey wrench into things in 2020 with the WSOP concocting an online-live hybrid Main Event, so technically this player didn't cash every year. However, he has cashed the last seven live Main Events, an unrivaled accomplishment.

Click here to find out who it is!

Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:29 PM Local Time
Three-Bets Wins It For Hutchison As Action Slows

Ruslan Prydryk opened to 1,000,000 from the hijack and Dean Hutchison three-bet to 3,000,000 from the cutoff. Prydryk went in the tank for over a minute and then folded.

Ruslan Prydryk61,600,0004,400,000
Dean Hutchison20,600,0001,000,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:24 PM Local Time
Holzner Doubles Through Tamanini

Daniel Holzner

Ryan Tamanini opened the action with a raise to 1,000,000 from under the gun. He earned folds all the way to the big blind, which happened to be Daniel Holzner. The Italian glanced over at his opponent and the tournament clock before he eventually three-bet to 3,200,000 for around a quarter of his stack.

Tamanini only wasted a few seconds before moving all-in and Holzner double-checked his stack behind. Holzner glanced back a few times to the prize pool information that scrolled through the screens and then called all-in.

Daniel Holzner:   
Ryan Tamanini:   

Holzner took the lead on the     flop and the   turn then brought a sweat. Nothing changed with the   river and Holzner doubled for 12,300,000 and cut Tamanini's stack into more than half.

Daniel Holzner25,100,00012,800,000
Ryan Tamanini9,300,000-13,500,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:23 PM Local Time
Payne Takes From Maceiras Lapido

Juan Maceiras Lapido opened to 1,000,000 in middle position and Joshua Payne three-bet to 2,700,000 in the hijack. Action folded back to Maceiras Lapido and he called after about a minute.

Maceiras Lapido checked on the flop of     and quickly folded as Payne continued for 2,000,000.

Juan Maceiras87,600,0009,500,000
Joshua Payne25,000,0006,700,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:23 PM Local Time
Joshi's Turn for a Double

Jack O'Neill raised to 1,000,000 in the cutoff and Sachin Joshi shipped all in for 7,600,000 on the button. The blinds folded and O'Neill quickly called to put Joshi at risk.

Sachin Joshi:   
Jack O'Neill:   

The flop came     to give Joshi a pair of kings but O'Neill picked up a straight draw. The   on the turn narrowed his outs and the   on the river secured the double for Joshi.

Jack O'Neill33,300,000-6,400,000
Sachin Joshi16,500,0006,500,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:20 PM Local Time
Aguilera Four-Bet Shoves

Joe Ghio raised to 1,500,000 with    from the hijack before Joshua Payne three-bet to 4,000,000 on the button with   . Jose Aguilera looked down at    and moved all in for 20,100,000.

Ghio quickly folded, and Payne threw his cards into the muck as Aguilera took the pot uncontested.

Joe Ghio33,000,000-1,500,000
Jose Aguilera26,600,000-1,750,000
Joshua Payne18,300,000-5,500,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:16 PM Local Time
Das Continues to Slide

Anirban Das raised to 1,000,000 and collected the blinds and big blind ante.

Das then raised to 1,000,000 once more and Adam Walton defended his big blind to see the     flop on which Walton checked. Das bet 725,000 only to fold to a check-raise for 1,725,000 by Walton.

Daniel Holzner then min-raised from under the gun and Das came along in the big blind. They checked the     flop and Das check-called the   turn for 800,000. Both checked the   river and Das revealed the   , Holzner won the pot with the   .

Adam Walton49,500,000500,000
Daniel Holzner12,300,0005,300,000
Anirban Das8,400,000-3,600,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:14 PM Local Time
Jachtmann Puts O'Neill in the Tank

Jan-Peter Jachtmann raised to 1,100,000 in early position and Jack O'Neill called from the small blind. The flop came     and O'Neill check-called a bet of 1,000,000 from Jachtmann.

The turn was the   and O'Neill checked again. Jachtmann fired out another bet of 2,500,000 and O'Neill stuck around for the   on the river. O'Neill checked for the third time and Jachtmann reached back for a bet of 8,500,000. O'Neill went into the tank for over four minutes and finally let his hand go.

Jan-Peter Jachtmann52,100,0005,100,000
Jack O'Neill39,700,000-7,600,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:13 PM Local Time
Ghio Catches Maceiras Lapido Slipping

Joe Ghio completed in the small blind and Juan Maceiras Lapido raised to 2,100,000 in the big blind. Ghio three-bet to 7,500,000 and Maceiras Lapido laid it down.

Juan Maceiras78,100,000-6,700,000
Joe Ghio34,500,0002,700,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:09 PM Local Time
Tamanini Scores a Double and More

Ryan Tamanini

Ryan Tamanini raised to 1,000,000 and Adam Walton called from the small blind before Anirban Das came along from the big blind.

The flop was     and all three players checked to get to the   on the turn.

Walton fired 2,175,000 on the turn and both Das and Tamanini called to see   on the river. Walton changed gears with a check and Das put out 7,775,000. Tamanini gave it a moment of thought before he committed his last 6,425,000 and Walton scurried out of the way. Das turned over    for three sevens, but Tamanini tabled    to secure the big pot with jacks full of sevens.

Adam Walton49,000,000-3,000,000
Ryan Tamanini22,800,00015,800,000
Anirban Das12,000,000-14,200,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:08 PM Local Time
Small Blind Over Big Blind

The action folded around to Alec Torellli in the small blind who made it 1,800,000. Andrew Hulme called from the big blind and the dealer fanned the flop of    

Torelli led out with a bet of 1,600,000 and Hulme quickly dumped his cards to the muck.

On the next hand, Hulme limped in from the small blind and Toby Lewis checked his option. The flop fell     and Hulme led out with a bet of 500,000 which got Lewis to fold.

Toby Lewis36,400,000325,000
Alec Torelli22,000,0004,800,000
Andrew Hulme21,500,000-3,025,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 10:00 PM Local Time
Prydryk Gets Back to Winning Ways

The double up of Joe Ghio proved to be only a short-lived hiatus in Ruslan Prydryk's relentless accumulation of chips.

Prydryk raised to 1,000,000 from the cutoff and Dean Hutchison called on the button. The flop came     and Prydryk continued for 1,500,000.

Hutchison called to the   turn where Prydryk fired out another 2,000,000. Hutchison folded this time and Prydryk raked in the pot.

But that was only a small pot compared to the next one Prydryk played, this time against Joshua Payne. Prydryk again raised to 1,000,000 and Payne defended his big blind.

The flop came     and Prydryk bet 1,000,000 again. Payne called and checked the   turn before Prydryk tossed out 3,500,000.

Payne called again to the   river, where he faced a bet of 5,500,000. Payne gave it some thought before calling as Prydryk showed    for a flopped set to take another pot.

Ruslan Prydryk57,200,00015,100,000
Joshua Payne23,800,000-11,500,000
Dean Hutchison19,600,000-10,525,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 9:55 PM Local Time
Jones Wins Healthy Pot Off Das

Steven Jones

Steven Jones made it 1,000,000 to go from the hijack and Ryan Tamanini called in the big blind, then check-folded the     flop to a bet worth 800,000.

One hand later, Jones raised to 1,100,000 first to act for Adam Walton in the hijack and Anirban Das in the cutoff to call. Jones continued for 2,000,000 on the     flop. Walton took a sip from his coffee and then opted to fold while Das quickly called.

Another bet by Jones came on the   turn, this time for 4,500,000, and Das called once more.

Last but not least, Jones bet the   river for 8,000,000 and Das took around one minute to call. Jones tabled his    for kings and treys with the ace kicker and that won the pot, as he vaulted out of his chair to flex his muscles to friends on the rail.

Adam Walton52,000,0002,000,000
Steven Jones45,500,00019,000,000
Anirban Das26,200,000-25,000,000
Ryan Tamanini7,000,000-1,100,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 9:52 PM Local Time
Pateychuk Avoids the Boot From Das

Andrey Pateychuk raised to 1,000,000 and Anirban Das went all in from the small blind. The big blind got out of the way and Pateychuk called quickly.

Andrey Pateychuk:   
Anirban Das:   

The board ran out       and the kings held to deliver Pateychuk a crucial double.

Anirban Das51,200,0000
Andrey Pateychuk19,400,0000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 9:48 PM Local Time
Maceiras Lapido Takes Down Four-Bet Pot to Grow Lead

Juan Maceiras Lapido

Joe Ghio opened to 1,2000,000 and Juan Maceiras Lapido three-bet to 4,000,000 from the cutoff with   . Joshua Payne, had   , and four-bet to 9,000,000 on the button to bring a fold from Ghio. Maceiras Lapido called.

Maceiras Lapido checked on the flop of     and Payne checked back. Maceiras Lapido checked again on the   turn and Payne also checked.

Maceiras Lapido checked once more on the   river and Payne checked once more. Maceiras Lapido took in the pot with his two pair.

Juan Maceiras84,800,00011,600,000
Joshua Payne35,300,000-11,300,000
Joe Ghio31,800,0001,600,000