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

Sunday, June 02, 2024 to Tuesday, June 04, 2024

Event #11: $1,500 Badugi

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $650,145
  • Entries: 487
  • Remaining: 0


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Tuesday, June 4, 2024 2:26 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 19 hours ago)
Laurent A Boublil Eliminated in 8th Place ($10,683)

Laurent A Boublil

Tobias Leknes opened the cutoff, Laurent A Boublil three-bet from the big blind, Leknes made it four bets, and Boublil called all-in for 185,000.

Boublil stood pat while Leknes drew one.

On the second draw, Leknes took one again.

Both players stood pat on the final draw.

Laurent A Boublil:      [allin]
Tobias Leknes:     

Tobias's seven-four badugi was best and he eliminated Boublil in eighth place.

The players are moving to a final table and chip counts will be posted shortly.

Tobias Leknes2,770,000395,000
Laurent A Boublil0-195,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 2:22 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 19 hours ago)
Prociak Leaves Boublil Short

Action was picked up on the first betting round in a pot between David Prociak in the cutoff and Laurent A Boublil in the small blind.

Boublil checked over to Prociak who bet and Boublil called.

Both players drew one and the second betting round saw the same action repeat identically.

The same occurred on both the final betting and drawing round.

Prociak turned over      after getting called for a three-card three and Boublil tapped the table as he sent his cards into the muck.

David Prociak2,650,000775,000
Laurent A Boublil195,000-615,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 2:17 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 19 hours ago)
Murata Doubles Through Yam

Edward Yam opened the button and then called when Yuya Murata three-bet from the big blind.

Murata was pat while Yam took two and called a bet.

On the second draw, Yam took one and called when Murata bet all-in for 95,000

On the final draw, Yam drew one.

Yuya Murata:      [allin]
Edward Yam:     

Yam had outs to eliminate Murata, but he bricked to seal the double up for Murata

Edward Yam1,080,000-250,000
Yuya Murata615,000490,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 2:08 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 19 hours ago)
David Stamm Eliminated in 9th Place ($10,683)

David Stamm

David Stamm raised on the button all in which saw Brandon Cantu call in the small blind and Edward Yam call in the big blind.

All players drew one card and Cantu bet which saw Yam call.

Once more all the players drew one, seeing Cantu bet a second time and Yam immediately folded.

After some confusion about the drawing rounds, Cantu and Stamm both drew one.

David Stamm:      [allin]
Brandon Cantu:     

Stamm made a seven-four but it was second best against Cantu's six-three. Stamm finished his tournament in ninth place while Cantu raked in the pot.

Brandon Cantu2,150,000-400,000
David Stamm0-300,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 1:39 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 20 hours ago)
Stamm Doubles Through Murata

Yuya Murata raised from the hijack and David Stamm three-bet all in from the cutoff which Murata called.

Both players drew one on the first draw.

On the second draw, Murata drew one and Stamm drew two.

The final draw saw both players draw two, which earned a laugh from Stamm.

David Stamm:      [allin]
Yuya Murata:     

Stamm's three-card six was good enough for the double and Murata became the shortest stack in the tournament.

David Stamm300,000140,000
Yuya Murata125,000-145,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 1:32 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 20 hours ago)
Joseph Wagganer Eliminated in 10th Place ($8,253)

Joseph Waggener

Action folded to Laurent Boublil in the small blind, who limped, and Joseph Wagganer checked his option.

Both players took two and Boublil check-called a bet from Wagganer.

Both drew two again and Boublil check-called 60,000 all in from Wagganer.

On the final draw, both drew two.

Joseph Wagganer:      [allin]
Laurent A Boublil:     

Boublil made a three-card three to eliminate Wagganer in tenth place.

Laurent A Boublil810,000175,000
Joseph Wagganer0-410,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 1:27 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 20 hours ago)
Cantu Coolers Stamm Into The Chip Lead

Yuya Murata raised in the cutoff, David Stamm three-bet on the button and Brandon Cantu four-bet in the small blind. Murata folded and Stamm called.

Both players drew one with Cantu putting out a bet on the first round and Stamm raised. Cantu three-bet and Stamm called.

Cantu stood pat on the second draw while Stamm drew one and Stamm called a bet from Cantu.

On the final draw, both players stood pat and Cantu bet once more which Stamm called.

Cantu turned over      for a six-five and Stamm sighed as he tabled      for a seven-four as Cantu took the chip lead among the ten remaining players.

Brandon Cantu2,550,000725,000
Yuya Murata270,000-145,000
David Stamm160,000-605,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 1:15 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 20 hours ago)
Leknes Gets Some Back

David Prociak raised from the hijack and both Joseph Wagganer in the small blind and Tobias Leknes in the big came along.

All players drew one and Wagganer checked over to Leknes, who bet, getting calls from both Prociak and Wagganer.

Wagganer and Prociak drew one again while Leknes stood pat and Wagganer checked a second time over to Leknes, who bet, getting called only by Prociak.

Leknes stood pat and Prociak drew one with action checking through. Leknes turned over      for an eight-seven which was good for the pot.

Tobias Leknes2,375,000365,000
David Prociak1,875,000-300,000
Joseph Wagganer410,000-130,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 1:10 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 20 hours ago)
Early Pot for Boublil

Laurent A Boublil opened the hijack and received a call from Tobias Leknes on the button.

Both players drew one and Boublil check-called a bet from Leknes.

Boublil took one, and Leknes stood pat. Boublil check-raised a bet and Leknes called.

Now Boublil was pat and Leknes decided to draw one. Boublil led and Leknes quickly folded.

Tobias Leknes2,010,000-215,000
Laurent A Boublil635,000280,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 1:00 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 20 hours ago)
Shuffle Up and Deal

The final 10 players have taken their seats and cards are in the air.

Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 12:46 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 21 hours ago)
Prociak Hoping to Continue Fine Form
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 12:18 PM Local Time (about 38 days and 21 hours ago)
Playing Down to a Winner in Event #11: $1,500 Badugi

Brandon Cantu

In the second edition of Event #11: $1,500 Badugi, just 10 players remain in contention for the gold bracelet and first-place prize of $129,676. Today, these players will play until a winner is declared.

Leading the way is Norway's Tobias Leknes (2,225,000), followed closely by David Prociak (2,175,000). Sitting in third place is Brandon Cantu (1,825,000), who made an impressive late-night run to put himself back into contention.

Notable casualties on Day 2 include Alex Livingston, Daniel Zack, Chris Brewer, and Nick Guagenti, who cashed this tournament directly after winning his second bracelet.

Day 3 Chip Counts

1Tobias LeknesNorway2,225,000
2David ProciakUnited States2,175,000
3Brandon CantuUnited States1,825,000
4Tomasz GluszkoPoland1,575,000
5Edward YamHong Kong1,330,000
6Matt GrapenthienUnited States980,000
7David StammUnited States765,000
8Joseph WagganerUnited States540,000
9Yuya MurataJapan415,000
10Laurent A BoublilUnited States355,000

Three of the remaining players are previous bracelet winners: David Prociak, Brandon Cantu, and Matt Grapenthien will all be looking to add to their collection today.

Players will be returning at 1 p.m. today in the Horseshoe Event Center and will play until a gold bracelet is awarded. Action will resume in Level 26, with blinds at 20,000/40,000 and limits at 40,000/80,000.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for all the updates regarding the 2024 WSOP bracelet events.

Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:29 AM Local Time (about 38 days and 22 hours ago)
Seat Draw for Day 3
Horseshoe11Yuya MurataJapan415,000
Horseshoe13David StammUnited States765,000
Horseshoe14Brandon CantuUnited States1,825,000
Horseshoe15Chun YamUnited Kingdom1,330,000
Horseshoe16Matt GrapenthienUnited States980,000
Horseshoe22Laurent A BoublilUnited States355,000
Horseshoe23Joseph WagganerUnited States540,000
Horseshoe24Tobias LeknesNorway2,250,000
Horseshoe25David ProciakUnited States2,175,000
Horseshoe26Tomasz GluszkoPoland1,575,000