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2024 55th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 to Thursday, May 30, 2024

Event #1: $5,000 Champions Reunion No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout (8-Handed)

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  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • Prizepool: $2,267,800
  • Entries: 493
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:26 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 17 hours ago)
Corrigan Hangs on Blind vs. Blind Battle

Action folded to the small blind Jack Corrigan, who raised to 6,000. The big blind defended, and they went heads-up to a flop.

    resulted in Corrigan firing out 5,000. The big blind immediately check-raised to 12,000, and Corrigan called.

The turn came the  , and the action went check-check. The river was the  , and action went check-check again. Corrigan tabled   , and it was the winner.

Jack Corrigan60,00060,000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:23 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 17 hours ago)
Level 11 started
Level: 11
Blinds: 1,000/2,500
Ante: 2,500
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:23 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 17 hours ago)
Sued's Cowboys Earn Him a Double-Up

Kharlin Sued shoved his last 25,000 chips in on the turn with the board reading     , and Bob Zeidman made the call.

Kharlin Sued:    [allin]

Bob Zeidman:   

Zeidman was looking to eliminate his tablemate but never managed to do so as the   river improved Sued to a straight and earned him a double-up.

Bob Zeidman110,000-40,000
Kharlin Sued80,000-25,000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:23 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 17 hours ago)
It's Good to Be the Champ

Daniel Weinman

A player in the cutoff was all in for his last 47,000 as reigning world champion Daniel Weinman put him at risk from the small blind.

All-In Player:    [allin]
Daniel Weinman:   

With fellow "Team Lucky" member Shaun Deeb watching on from the rail, the flop came     to give Weinman top pair and the nut flush draw.

"That's good," Deeb said, heading to the   turn. The river was the  . "Just the nuts," Deeb added as Weinman made his flush to send his opponent to the rail.

"I've never lost an all-in with you watching," Weinman told Deeb as he stacked up the pot.

Weinman's predecessor as Main Event champ Espen Jorstad recently joined this table, which also includes Jeremy Ausmus.

Daniel Weinman140,00075,000
Espen Jorstad50,00050,000
Jeremy Ausmus30,00030,000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:21 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 17 hours ago)
Zeidman Flops Quads and KOs Tsang

Anson Tsang was all in for around 16,000 chips and was called by the player on the button and Bob Zeidman in the big blind.

On the     flop, Zeidman check-called a bet of 10,000 from the button.

An   landed on the turn which was checked through to the   river. Zeidman led out for 25,000, and the button made a quick call.

Zeidman tabled    for flopped quads, which eliminated Tsang who held   , and got the button to muck    face up.

Bob Zeidman150,000150,000
Anson Tsang0-50,000
Gorilla Gaming
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:19 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 17 hours ago)
Welker and Brent Get Involved in Two Big Pots

Jamie Brent

In the first hand between the players, the action was picked up on the flop of    . The pot was already 13,000, but neither player decided to bet on the flop.

The turn was the  . Jamie Brent, who was first to act in the big blind, checked. Bryce Welker now bet 6,000, which Brent called.

The players got dealt the   on the river. Brent checked again and Welker bet 25,000. After thinking for a moment, Brent called and a few seconds later mucked his hand after seeing his opponent flip over    for a flopped full house.

Less than an orbit later, Brent opened the action from under the gun, with Welker calling in the cutoff. After the other players folded, the two went to the     flop. Brent checked, and Welker bet 6,000. Brent now raised to 18,000. Bryce took a few moments and made the call.

The turn was the  . Brent continued betting, this time for 30,000. Welker shifted in his chair and asked his opponent: "You got it?". He took another minute, talking himself quietly through a visibly tough decision and finally folded, sending a big pot the other way to even things out.

Jamie Brent140,000140,000
Bryce Welker66,000-9,000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:19 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 17 hours ago)
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Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:16 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 17 hours ago)
Nguyen Takes Battle of Main Event Champs

Qui Nguyen

Joe McKeehen raised to 4,000 on the button, Qui Nguyen three-bet to 12,500 in the small blind, and McKeehen called.

The flop came    , and Nguyen bet 9,000. McKeehen quickly called to see the   turn.

Nguyen then bet 24,000, and McKeehen snap-folded as Nguyen took the pot, boosting his stack past 300,000.

Qui Nguyen320,000200,000
Joe McKeehen140,0000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:06 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 17 hours ago)
Refaelowitz's Big Hand Holds

Under the gun open-ripped his stack of 26,000 into the middle, and it folded around to the hijack Moshe Refaelowitz, who raised to 60,000 chips, isolating the player.

Everyone else folded, and the under-the-gun player was at risk and in trouble.

Under the Gun:    [allin]
Moshe Refaelowitz   

No sweat on this one as the board ran out       and Refaelowitz added more chips to his stack.

Moshe Refaelowitz110,000110,000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:05 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 18 hours ago)
Greenblatt Flops a Set and Earns a Knockout

Anthony Marquez raised to 5,500 from the hijack, and the button player shoved all in for 21,000. Alex Greenblatt was sitting in the small blind, and he also shoved for around 55,000, which forced Marquez out of the pot.

Button:    [allin]

Alex Greenblatt:   

It was all but over on the     flop as Greenblatt improved to top set and left his opponent needing two running cards to survive. No help arrived on the    runout, which meant Greenblatt was pushed the pot, and he scored the knockout.

Gorilla Gaming
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:04 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 18 hours ago)
Feng Hits the Turn For a Massive Double

Han Feng

Three players saw a flop of     when a player in early position bet 26,000. The hijack then moved all in, Han Feng called for 97,000 on the button, and the early-position player got out of the way.

Han Feng:    [allin]
Opponent:   

Feng had a flush draw to go with his two overcards, and he hit the   on the turn to complete his flush. The river was the   and Feng doubled up to more than 200,000.

Han Feng220,000120,000
John Cynn80,00010,000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:00 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 18 hours ago)
Owen Ships It In

Anthony Marquez raised from the small blind to 5,000 and was shoved on by Brad Owen from the big blind. The all-in wager was for the rest of Marquez's stack and he thought better about tangling with Owen and made the fold.

Brad Owen90,00057,000
Anthony Marquez60,000-5,000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:00 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 18 hours ago)
Raghavan Wins Flip, Stays Alive

Ravi Raghavan open-shoved 24,000 chips and it folded around to the small blind who made the call, covering Raghavan.

Ravi Raghavan:    [allin]
Small blind:   

The flop ran out       and Raghavan got back to starting stack.

Ravi Raghavan52,000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 7:58 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 18 hours ago)
Chan Hero Calls Lamb

Johnny Chan

In a blind versus blind battle, Ben Lamb bet 4,000 on a flop of     and Johnny Chan called in the big blind.

Both players checked the   turn and the   fell on the river. Lamb then bet 12,000.

Chan tanked for around 30 seconds before calling. Lamb then showed    for a bluff, and Chan turned over    to win the pot with king-high.

"Johnny, that's a hell of a call," a tablemate said as the Poker Hall of Famer and two-time Main Event champion took the pot.

Frank Funaro and Tristan Wade are also at this table with above-average stacks.

Frank Funaro120,000120,000
Tristan Wade90,00090,000
Johnny Chan60,00019,000
Ben Lamb16,000-31,000
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 7:52 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 18 hours ago)
Not a Bad Start for FossilMan
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Tuesday, May 28, 2024 7:51 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 18 hours ago)
Welker Flips Shorr to the Rail

Bryce Welker raised to 4,000 in middle position before Shannon Shorr moved all in for 15,500 on the button. "Alright, I call. I hope I have some overs," Welker said as he called.

Shannon Shorr:   
Bryce Welker:   

The flop came     and Welker took the lead with a pair of queens. The rest of the board ran out    and Welker took the pot and sent Shorr to the rail.

Bryce Welker75,00075,000
Shannon Shorr0-25,500
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 7:27 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 18 hours ago)
8 More WSOP Rules You Didn't Know Existed
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Check out the full list here

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 7:04 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 19 hours ago)
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Tuesday, May 28, 2024 7:00 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 19 hours ago)
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PokerGO will offer daily coverage once again from poker's most prestigious annual tournament, starting with Day 1a of the Main Event, the first of four Day 1 starting flights in the freezeout tournament. In between the start of the WSOP and when the world champion will be crowned on July 17, there are numerous major bracelet events that will be livestreamed on PokerGO.

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Tuesday, May 28, 2024 6:44 PM Local Time (about 51 days and 19 hours ago)
Dinner Break

Players are now on a 60-minute dinner break. Action should resume around 7:45 p.m. local time.

The tournament clock currently shows 441 entries with three levels of late registration remaining. There are 280 players remaining in the field.

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