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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 5:54 PM Local Time
Lewis Makes Another Big Fold

Toby Lewis

Jan-Peter Jachtmann raised to 1,000,000 with    on the button and Toby Lewis defended from the big blind with   .

The flop came     and Lewis checked to Jachtmann who bet 1,600,000. Lewis called and the   landed on the turn.

Lewis checked again and Jachtmann knuckled it back as the   completed the board. Lewis led out with a bet of 5,000,000 on the river and Jachtmann shipped all in, putting Lewis to the test for his remaining 8,800,000 chips. Lewis spent over four minutes in the tank but eventually decided to lay down his top two pair.

Jan-Peter Jachtmann49,200,0008,175,000
Toby Lewis8,800,000-8,000,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:53 PM Local Time
Schneider Moves In on Maceiras

Juan Maceiras raised to 800,000 from early position and Eric Schneider defended his big blind.

The flop came     and Schneider checked over to Maceiras, who continued for 1,500,000. Schneider tanked for about a minute before shoving all in for 5,500,000.

Maceiras snap-mucked as Schneider received a boost to his short stack.

Juan Maceiras66,600,000-2,625,000
Eric Schneider9,200,0002,500,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:50 PM Local Time
Das Calls River Bet From Ambitious Ryder

Action was heads up with a big pot of more than 7,000,000 and a board of       when Richard Ryder fired a bet of 5,400,000. Anirban Das went deep into the tank for several moments before he counted out his chips and opted to call.

"Nice hand," Ryder said as he tabled the   

Das turned over    to take the pot with queens and sevens.

Anirban Das28,175,00012,125,000
Richard Ryder8,300,000-9,000,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:48 PM Local Time
O'Neill Picks off Payne

Jack O'Neill

Jack O'Neill raised to 800,000 from the cutoff before Josh Payne three-bet to 2,200,000 on the button. Action folded back to O'Neill and he called.

The flop came     and O'Neill checked over to Payne, who bet another 1,300,000. O'Neill stared him down for a moment before calling.

Both players checked the   turn and O'Neill again checked the   river. Payne then fired out 6,800,000 and O'Neill called.

Payne showed him    for a bluff, while O'Neill took the pot with    for a rivered pair of queens.

Joshua Payne57,400,000-10,300,000
Jack O'Neill41,000,00011,300,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:43 PM Local Time
Level 33 started
Level: 33
Blinds: 200,000/400,000
Ante: 400,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:34 PM Local Time
O'Neill Gets a Shove Through After an Eternity

Jack O'Neill

All other players had gone on a break already but the righthand feature table was still in action.

Jack O'Neill had opened to 600,000 and Eric Schneider defended his big blind. On a     flop, Schneider check-called for 900,000 before both checked the   turn. The   river completed the board and Schneider checked again.

O'Neill splashed in ten T-1,000,000 chips for a large overbet, more than two times the pot.

The level had already ended and Schneider went into a deep tank for more than 13 minutes. He eventually sigh-folded before heading into a shorter break than everyone else, which also applied for O'Neill.

When they come back, the redraw of the final three tables will take place followed by another short break to prepare all required details.

Jack O'Neill29,700,00025,000
Eric Schneider6,700,0000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:25 PM Local Time
Redraw of the Final Three Tables
TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
11Andrew HulmeUnited Kingdom33,325,00083
12Toby LewisUnited Kingdom16,800,00042
13Gabi LivshitzIsrael6,675,00017
14Sachin JoshiUnited Kingdom15,900,00040
15Joe GhioUnited States10,250,00026
16Cong PhamUnited States14,475,00036
17Ryan TosocUnited States12,225,00031
18Jan-Peter JachtmannGermany41,025,000103
19Alec TorelliUnited States12,300,00031
21Ruslan PrydrykUkraine24,150,00060
22Dean HutchisonUnited Kingdom13,925,00035
23Eric SchneiderUnited States6,700,00017
24Daniel WeinmanUnited States20,875,00052
25Daniel VampanUnited States7,875,00020
26Juan Maceiras LapidoSpain69,225,000173
27Jack O'NeillUnited Kingdom29,675,00074
28Joshua PayneUnited States67,700,000169
29Jose AguileraMexico40,200,000101
31Christopher KimmelUnited States15,700,00039
32Andrey PateychukRussia12,900,00032
33Richard RyderUnited States17,300,00043
34Daniel ScrogginsUnited States16,775,00042
35Steven JonesUnited States19,050,00048
36Adam WaltonUnited States41,875,000105
37Anirban DasIndia16,050,00040
38Daniel HolznerItaly13,000,00033
39Ryan TamaniniUnited States5,500,00014
Juan Maceiras69,225,0009,425,000
Joshua Payne67,700,000-300,000
Adam Walton41,875,0003,375,000
Jan-Peter Jachtmann41,025,00025,000
Jose Aguilera40,200,0000
Andrew Hulme33,325,000-675,000
Jack O'Neill29,675,0001,175,000
Ruslan Prydryk24,150,0001,950,000
Daniel Weinman20,875,000-625,000
Steven Jones19,050,000-450,000
Richard Ryder17,300,000-5,700,000
Toby Lewis16,800,000-11,200,000
Daniel Scroggins16,775,000-325,000
Anirban Das16,050,000-950,000
Sachin Joshi15,900,0001,400,000
Christopher Kimmel15,700,000-2,000,000
Cong Pham14,475,0001,975,000
Dean Hutchison13,925,0004,300,000
Daniel Holzner13,000,0001,500,000
Andrey Pateychuk12,900,0002,600,000
Alec Torelli12,300,000-800,000
Ryan Tosoc12,225,000425,000
Joe Ghio10,250,000-2,850,000
Daniel Vampan7,875,000-4,125,000
Eric Schneider6,700,000-8,300,000
Gabi Livshitz6,675,000-625,000
Ryan Tamanini5,500,000-1,750,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:24 PM Local Time
Let's Take Another Break

Jose Aguilera

The remaining 27 players have stepped out for their second break of the day. This break will be extended to facilitate the three-table redraw. In the meantime, check out these highlights from the last level:

Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:23 PM Local Time
Nicholas Gerrity Eliminated in 28th Place ($280,100)

Nicholas Gerrity

Nicholas Gerrity raised to 650,000 from under the gun and picked up three callers. The flop came     and Gerrity continued with a bet of 1,300,000. Jan-Peter Jachtmann was the only one to call from the big blind.

The turn brought the   and Jachtmann checked again. Gerrity jammed all in for his last 3,375,000 and Jachtmann snapped him off.

Nicholas Gerrity:   
Jan-Peter Jachtmann:   

Jachtmann turned a wheel and Gerrity was left drawing dead. The   on the river was just a formality as Gerrity bowed out in 28th place.

Jan-Peter Jachtmann41,000,0005,800,000
Nicholas Gerrity0-11,800,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:23 PM Local Time
Matthew Wantman Eliminated in 29th Place ($280,100)

Matthew Wantman

The rest of the table had already folded and headed off on break before Matthew Wantman shoved all in for 3,330,000 on the button. Christopher Kimmel folded his small blind, but Jose Aguilera quickly called in the big blind.

Matthew Wantman:   
Jose Aguilera:   

Wantman fell further behind on the     flop as Aguilera made top pair. The turn came the   and Wantman's rail began calling for a heart that would keep his Main Event hopes alive, but instead he saw the   fall on the river, which ended his run in 29th place.

Jose Aguilera40,200,0002,600,000
Matthew Wantman0-3,000,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:17 PM Local Time
Harsheel Kothari Eliminated in 30th Place ($280,100)

Harsheel Kothari

Harsheel Kothari shoved from under the gun for 4,000,000 and action folded around to Daniel Scroggins in the big blind. Scroggins counted out his chips before he tossed in a call to put Kothari at risk.

Harsheel Kothari:   
Daniel Scroggins:   

The board ran out       and Scroggins flopped a pair of tens to knock Kothari out of the Main Event in 30th place for $280,100.

Daniel Scroggins17,100,000-300,000
Harsheel Kothari0-4,000,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:15 PM Local Time
Torelli Gets Chopped Up

Daniel Holzner raised to 600,000 on the button and was called by Andrew Hulme and Alec Torelli in the blinds. The flop came     and the action checked around to the   on the turn.

Torelli was the first to take a stab at the pot with a bet of 850,000 on the turn. Both Holzner and Hulme called to see the   land on the river. All three players checked again with Holzner and Hulme each showing a king to chop the pot.

Andrew Hulme34,000,000-900,000
Alec Torelli13,100,000-4,000,000
Daniel Holzner11,500,0001,400,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:15 PM Local Time
Maceira Lapido Gets One Big Chip of Value

Andrey Pateychuk raised to 600,000 from under the gun and Juan Maceiras Lapido was the only caller from the big blind. The flop of     got checked through, as did the   turn before the   river hit the felt.

Maceira Lapido now led for 1,000,000 and Pateychuk made the call. Maceira Lapido tabled    for a rivered full house and Pateychuk mucked his cards, followed by a "nice hand."

Juan Maceiras59,800,000-2,200,000
Andrey Pateychuk10,300,000-6,700,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:15 PM Local Time
Joshi Wakes Up With Kings to Double Off Weinman

Sachin Joshi

Daniel Weinman raised to 650,000 from the cutoff before Sachin Joshi three-bet to 1,430,000 on the button. Weinman then shoved all in and Joshi called for his last 5,430,000.

Sachin Joshi:   
Daniel Weinman:   

Joshi was ahead and poised for a big double-up with his kings as the     flop kept him in the lead. The   turn improved him to a set and left Weinman drawing dead heading to the   river.

Daniel Weinman21,500,000-525,000
Sachin Joshi14,500,0009,200,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:12 PM Local Time
Admitted Cheater Makes First WSOP Appearance of 2023
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:09 PM Local Time
Payne Shows One

The action folded to Daniel Vampan in the small blind and he opted for a limp. Joshua Payne checked his big blind and a flop of     was spread.

Vampan checked and folded to Payne's subsequent bet of 900,000. When asked to show one, Payne complied with the   being tabled for all to see.

Joshua Payne68,000,0008,000,000
Daniel Vampan12,000,0001,000,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:04 PM Local Time
Aguilera Wins with an Ace

Action folded to Christopher Kimmel in the small blind who raised to 850,000. Jose Aguilera called in the big blind as they went heads up to the     flop. Both players checked.

On the   turn Kimmel led out for 1,200,000. Aguilera called and Kimmel checked on the   river.

Aguilera checked back and turned over    to win the pot. Kimmel's    went into the muck.

Jose Aguilera37,600,000-1,175,000
Christopher Kimmel17,700,000-5,200,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 5:01 PM Local Time
Pateychuk Makes the Right Call to Double Through Vampan

Andrey Pateychuk

Andrey Pateychuk completed in the small blind and Daniel Vampan checked his option in the big blind.

Pateychuk bet 300,000 on the     flop and Vampan called. Pateychuk then sized up to 1,500,000 on the   turn and Vampan responded by raising all in. Pateychuk called off with the effective stack of 6,500,000.

Andrey Pateychuk:   
Daniel Vampan:   

Pateychuk arguably made the right call with top pair but there were plenty of cards he needed to dodge as Vampan had bottom pair and an open-ended straight draw.

"Pair the board!" someone at the table joked ambiguously.

The river brought the   and Pateychuk's queens held up to secure the double-up.

Andrey Pateychuk17,000,00010,200,000
Daniel Vampan11,000,000-7,500,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 4:56 PM Local Time
Henry Chan Eliminated in 31st Place ($280,100)

Henry Chan

Henry Chan pushed all in for his last 1,900,000 in early position and was called by Ryan Tosoc on the button. Jan-Peter Jachtmann reshoved all in from the big blind and Tosoc was forced to get out of the way.

Henry Chan:   
Jan-Peter Jachtmann:   

Chan was in trouble with Jachtmann holding a pair one-better than his. The board ran out       and Jachtmann's pair of nines held up to eliminate Chan.

Jan-Peter Jachtmann35,200,00012,150,000
Ryan Tosoc11,800,000-4,450,000
Henry Chan0-1,900,000
Thursday, July 13, 2023 4:52 PM Local Time
Das Shows Another Successful Bluff

Anirban Das

Anirban Das raised to 600,000 from under the gun and Jack O'Neill called from one seat over, as did Steven Jones. The trio headed to the     flop on which Das checked. O'Neill bet 600,000 and Jones called before Das went for a check-raise to 3,200,000.

O'Neill quickly folded while Jones went into a brief tank. He then opted to fold and requested "show the bluff!"

Das obliged, silently flipping over the    without any celebration or uproar.

"One hundred percent," Jones added and Das raked in the pot.

Jones made up for the losses in another three-bet pot soon after that only went to the turn.

Jack O'Neill28,500,0002,000,000
Steven Jones19,500,000700,000
Anirban Das17,000,0006,000,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander