Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:47 PM Local Time
O'Neill Chips Up Further Without Showdown
Jack O'Neill made it 500,000 to go and Ryan Tamanini called from one seat over and Carlos Henrique Da Silva came along as well. The flop saw a continuation bet by O'Neill and Da Silva was the only caller, since Tamanini folded.
O'Neill bet the turn for 1,700,000 and Da Silva folded.
|Jack O'Neill||27,000,000||3,250,000 |
|Ryan Tamanini||11,000,000||-1,500,000 |
|Carlos Henrique Da Silva||6,500,000||-1,500,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:45 PM Local Time
Pierpaola Lamanna Eliminated in 40th Place ($229,000)
Pierpaola Lamanna was all in for around 4,000,000 and Dean Hutchison was the one to put him at risk. The cards were already turned up and the dealer was ready to go.
The board ran out and Hutchison flopped a set of kings before he dodged the Broadway draw to eliminate Lamanna in 40th place for $229,000.
|Dean Hutchison||19,500,000||5,600,000 |
|Pierpaola Lamanna||0||-18,875,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:42 PM Local Time
O'Neill Six-Bet Jams Into Da Silva
The action started with a raise to 550,000 by Jack O'Neill in the hijack on the Horseshoe Feature Table.
Carlos Henrique Da Silva three-bet to 1,850,000 on the button and O'Neill made it 4,550,000 to go.
Da Silva pondered his next move for a while and cut out the big chip denominations to five-bet to 7,500,000, which appeared to be half of his stack.
O'Neill then six-bet-jammed for around 15 million and that sent the Brazilian deep into the tank. After more than five minutes, the clock was called on him and Da Silva folded.
|Jack O'Neill||23,750,000||8,250,000 |
|Carlos Henrique Da Silva||8,000,000||-8,000,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:41 PM Local Time
Walton Turns Queen to Double Through Van Loo
Andrew Hulme opened to 525,000 from middle position and Tim Van Loo called in the hijack before Adam Walton three-bet to 1,800,000 from the cutoff. Hulme folded and Van Loo sat still before reraising all in as Walton snap-called with the effective stack of 9,450,000.
Tim Van Loo:
Walton was flipping for his Main Event life and got no help from the flop of .
"I just want a queen on the river," Walton said.
He didn't have to wait that long as the appeared on the turn to give him the lead and his rail erupted as the river confirmed a double-up.
|Adam Walton||19,000,000||8,200,000 |
|Tim Van Loo||8,000,000||-11,200,000 |0
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:35 PM Local Time
Kothari's Double Just Tickles Payne
Joshua Payne raised to 500,000 on the button and Harsheel Kothari took a minute before shoving all in for 1,575,000 in the big blind. Payne instantly flicked in a chip to call and the cards were on their backs.
The flop came and Payne picked up a flush draw with his nine-high. The on the turn reduced the chances of a chop and the on the river gave Kothari the lone pair to double up.
|Joshua Payne||49,100,000||0 |
|Harsheel Kothari||3,500,000||1,900,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:34 PM Local Time
Hulme Takes It on the Turn
Andrew Hulme raised to 525,000 from the hijack and Mark Teltscher flat-called from the small blind. Jan-Peter Jachtmann then made it 1,750,000 from the big blind and only Hulme made the call.
Hulme then called a 2,200,000 bet from Jachtmann on the flop before the turn was dealt. Jachtmann inquired about his opponent's stack before checking the action to him. Hulme responded with a bet of 3,000,000, and Jachtmann mucked his cards, forfeiting the pot to Hulme.
|Jan-Peter Jachtmann||25,500,000||3,500,000 |
|Andrew Hulme||19,250,000||7,525,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:28 PM Local Time
Obregon Forces Two Folds
Alexander Villa opened to 525,000 from under the gun and was called by Bryan Obregon in the cutoff and Joshua Payne in the big blind. The flop came and the action checked to Obregon who bet 475,000. Both Payne and Villa called.
The turn was the and Obregon fired out a second barrel of 1,300,000. Payne stepped aside this time and Villa thought for a minute but also laid his hand down.
|Joshua Payne||49,100,000||-1,100,000 |
|Bryan Obregon||16,600,000||4,300,000 |
|Alexander Villa||14,000,000||200,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:26 PM Local Time
Das Doubles Through Ohulchanskyi
Daniel Scroggins opened to 500,000 and Yaroslav Ohulchanskyi called from one seat over. Anirban Das then jammed for 4,700,000 and Scroggins folded while Ohulchanskyi instantly called with the covering stack.
The board missed Ohulchanskyi and he dropped to a severe short stack.
|Daniel Scroggins||19,000,000||-500,000 |
|Anirban Das||11,025,000||6,325,000 |
|Yaroslav Ohulchanskyi||1,425,000||-4,700,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:23 PM Local Time
Livshitz Shoves the River on Prydryk
Gabi Livshitz opened to 500,000 from under the gun with . The action folded to Ruslan Prydryk, who looked down at and defended his big blind.
The flop came and Livshitz bet 375,000. Prydryk called to the turn and checked over to Livshitz again.
Livshitz then continued for 1,100,000, and Prydryk tanked for a moment before calling. The river came the , and Prydryk checked once more.
Livshitz spent more than a minute counting out his stack before moving all in for 4,050,000. Prydryk didn't take too long before folding.
|Ruslan Prydryk||16,350,000||0 |
|Gabi Livshitz||8,400,000||0 |0
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:20 PM Local Time
O'Neill Chips Up on Horseshoe Table
Anirban Das raised to 500,000 from under the gun and folded when Yaroslav Ohulchanskyi jammed for 5,000,000 on the button, flashing his .
Jack O'Neill three-bet folded to a shove by Eric Schneider.
However, O'Neill more than made up for the losses following two showdown pots. He defended against a raise by Carlos Henrique Da Silva and check-called a bet on the flop. They checked the turn and river as O'Neill won the pot with the .
O'Neill also bet the heads-up river of against Ryan Tamanini for 700,000 to earn a call in a battle of the blinds. O'Neill's for queens and jacks was good.
|Daniel Scroggins||19,500,000||-1,300,000 |
|Carlos Henrique Da Silva||16,000,000||-500,000 |
|Jack O'Neill||15,500,000||2,500,000 |
|Ryan Tamanini||12,500,000||-1,500,000 |
|Eric Schneider||8,750,000||1,150,000 |
|Yaroslav Ohulchanskyi||6,125,000||-500,000 |
|Anirban Das||4,700,000||-600,000 |
|Raj Vohra||3,475,000||-750,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:14 PM Local Time
Set Of Fours Good for Ryder
Richard Ryder opened to 500,000 from the cutoff and Juan Maceiras Lapido defended out of the big blind.
Lapido checked on the flop of and Ryder checked back. Lapido then bet 800,000 on the turn and Ryder called.
Lapido checked on the river and Ryder checked back before turning over to win the pot with a set.
|Juan Maceiras||44,000,000||-1,450,000 |
|Richard Ryder||25,000,000||2,350,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:10 PM Local Time
Gerrity and Chan Knuckle the Table
Nicholas Gerrity raised to 550,000 once it folded to him in the cutoff. Henry Chan called from the button while the blinds got out of the way.
The flop was then dealt and Gerrity bet another 450,000. Chan made the call and did the same when Gerrity upped his sizing to 1,100,000 on the turn. The pair then both checked the river, and Gerrity showed top two with for the winner.
|Nicholas Gerrity||15,750,000||11,250,000 |
|Henry Chan||11,000,000||-5,675,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:08 PM Local Time
Six-Time Bracelet Winner Brian Rast Voted Into Poker Hall of Fame
There wasn't much suspense this year. Brian Rast, the heavy favorite to be inducted, is the 2023 Poker Hall of Fame selection, the World Series of Poker (WSOP) has revealed.
Following his win in the prestigious Event #43: $50,000 Poker Players Championship, his third victory in that tournament, arguably the second most important WSOP event each year, most anticipated Rast would be this year's selection.
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Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:04 PM Local Time
Jones Survives the Rollercoaster
Steven Jones was one of the short stacks at the feature table and moved all in for 2,700,000 from under the gun. Alec Torelli just called from the hijack and the rest of the table folded.
There was another dominating position for the at-risk player, but the flop of gave Torelli the lead with a pair of jacks. The roles reversed again on the turn, and Jones held on through the river.
|Alec Torelli||21,000,000||-2,500,000 |
|Steven Jones||6,000,000||-250,000 |0
Thursday, July 13, 2023 2:00 PM Local Time
Prydryk Fires All Three Streets
Ruslan Prydryk limped in from the small blind and Gabi Livshitz checked.
The flop came and Prydryk led out for 275,000. Livshitz called to the turn, where Prydryk fired out another 700,000.
Livshitz again called and the fell on the river. Prydryk then bet 2,700,000 and Livshitz spent two minutes in the tank before he called.
Prydryk turned over for the rivered straight and Livshitz mucked.
|Ruslan Prydryk||17,700,000||3,700,000 |
|Gabi Livshitz||5,000,000||-4,200,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:56 PM Local Time
Das Loses Further Ground
Anirban Das raised to 500,000 on the button for Jack O'Neill and Ryan Tamanini to call out of the blinds. The flop was checked to Das and he bet 1,000,000. O'Neill folded but Tamanini called.
Both players checked the turn and Tamanini bet the river for 1,500,000. Das reluctantly called and mucked when he was shown the .
|Ryan Tamanini||14,000,000||2,000,000 |
|Jack O'Neill||13,000,000||1,175,000 |
|Anirban Das||5,300,000||-4,200,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:51 PM Local Time
Diego D'Aquilio Eliminated in 41st Place ($229,000)
Diego D'Aquilio raised to 525,000 from the button before small blind Daniel Weinman three-bet to 1,600,000. D'Aquilio then moved all in for 5,630,000 and Weinman snap-called.
The flop gave Weinman a set, and D'Aquilio was drawing dead by the turn. The river card was never shown on the stream but it was inconsequential and D'Aquilio headed to the payout desk.
|Daniel Weinman||33,700,000||4,900,000 |
|Diego D'Aquilio||0||-5,800,000 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:50 PM Local Time
Schneider Gets Vohra to Fold
Eric Schneider raised from under the gun and Raj Vohra defended the big blind. They checked the flop and Vohra check-called the turn for 700,000. After the river, Vohra checked again and Schneider bet 2,000,000.
Vohra tanked for four minutes and Alec Torelli then called the clock. Thirty seconds passed and Vohra ran out of time as the hand was dead, ensuring the pot for Schneider.
|Eric Schneider||7,600,000||0 |
|Raj Vohra||4,225,000||0 |
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:48 PM Local Time
Michael Berk Eliminated in 42nd Place ($229,000)
Michael Berk ripped all in for 3,325,000 from under the gun and the action folded around to Bryan Obregon in the big blind who made the call.
Berk was looking for the coveted ace to stay alive but the provided no help. The and runout also changed nothing and Berk headed to the payout desk.
|Bryan Obregon||12,300,000||5,600,000 |
|Michael Berk||0||-3,500,000 |0
Thursday, July 13, 2023 1:47 PM Local Time
Scott Berko Eliminated in 43rd Place ($229,000)
Scott Berko raised to 3,300,000 from the button, keeping 50,000 behind. Dean Hutchison made the call from the small blind but Berko thought that Hutchison had three-bet to put him all-in so he accidentally revealed his cards. The floor was called over and ruled that it was just a call.
The flop came . Hutchison bet for Berko to make the call for his last 50,000.
Berko held a flush draw, while Hutchison had the higher ace kicker.
The turn was the which didn't help Berko and neither did the on the river as Hutchison improved to top pair to eliminate Berko in 43rd place.
|Dean Hutchison||13,900,000||3,100,000 |
|Scott Berko||0||-3,900,000 |