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

Thursday, June 13, 2024 to Saturday, June 15, 2024

Event #37: $10,000 Big O Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $3,087,600
  • Entries: 332
  • Remaining: 0


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Saturday, June 15, 2024 4:03 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 2 hours ago)
Tomasz Gluszko Eliminated in 11th Place ($38,269)

Tomasz Gluszko

Farid Jattin raised to 180,000 in the cutoff and on the button, Tomasz Gluszko three-bet to 600,000 which Jattin called.

The flop rolled out     and Jattin moved all in which Gluszko called for his last 400,000.

Tomasz Gluszko:      
Farid Jattin:      

The board ran out    and Jattin rivered three tens to make the best hand and eliminate Gluszko from the tournament.

Farid Jattin5,900,0001,690,000
Tomasz Gluszko0-1,400,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 3:49 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 2 hours ago)
Updated Chip Counts On Feature Table 2
Farid Jattin4,210,000600,000
David Benyamine1,500,000-450,000
Tomasz Gluszko1,400,000320,000
Nitesh Rawtani1,100,000-365,000
Alfred Atamian790,000135,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 3:45 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 2 hours ago)
Fauver Check-Raises

John Fauver limped in from the small blind and Calvin Anderson checked his option in the big blind. The     flop was subsequentially checked through before the   turn hit the felt.

Fauver checked once more, after which Anderson bet 100,000 chips. Fauver instantly raised the pot to 450,000. Anderson spent a minute or so thinking things over before tossing his cards in the muck and surrendering the pot.

John Fauver2,910,00010,000
Calvin Anderson1,445,000-205,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 3:42 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 2 hours ago)
Anderson Doubles Through Rocco

Calvin Anderson opened to 125,000 from under the gun and Michael Rocco called in the small blind.

Rocco led out for 350,000 on the     flop then called with the covering stack after Anderson moved all in.

Calvin Anderson:      
Michael Rocco:      

Anderson was ahead with his flopped trips and managed to hold on the   turn and   river to secure the full double.

Michael Rocco2,050,000-350,000
Calvin Anderson1,650,000875,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 3:27 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 3 hours ago)
Updated Chip Counts
Farid Jattin3,610,000160,000
John Fauver2,900,00075,000
Michael Rocco2,400,000-180,000
David Benyamine1,950,000-1,195,000
Dylan Weisman1,750,00075,000
Nitesh Rawtani1,465,000-835,000
George Parublev1,450,000-250,000
Tomasz Gluszko1,080,000-220,000
Danny Wong1,050,000430,000
Calvin Anderson775,000-225,000
Alfred Atamian655,000-85,000
Gorilla Gaming
Saturday, June 15, 2024 3:08 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 3 hours ago)

The players have gone on a 15-minute break.

Saturday, June 15, 2024 3:07 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 3 hours ago)
Philip Shing Eliminated in 12th Place ($30,800)

Philip Shing

Philip Shing called on the button and Farid Jattin raised to 120,000 in the big blind and Shing called.

On the flop of    , Jattin checked over to Shing who bet 140,000 which Jattin called.

Jattin bet 600,000 on the turn   and Shing thought for a bit before moving all in for 1,250,000 which Jattin snap-called.

Philip Shing:      
Farid Jattin:      

Shing had turned top two to add to his nut-flush draw and low draw, while Jattin had turned a set of aces. The river   paired up with Shing, not completing his low and Jattin clapped his hands as he took down a massive pot, while Shing was eliminated in 12th place.

Farid Jattin3,450,0001,740,000
Philip Shing0-1,270,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:57 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 3 hours ago)
Aaron Sacks Eliminated in 13th Place ($30,800)

Aaron Sacks

George Parublev opened to 85,000 from the cutoff and then called after Aaron Sacks moved all in for 290,000 on the button.

Aaron Sacks:      
George Parublev:      

The board ran out       to improve Parublev to a flush with no qualifying low hand, thus felting Sacks in 13th place.

"I didn't know he had so little when I raised," remarked Parublev as he raked in the pot.

George Parublev1,700,000360,000
Aaron Sacks0-590,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:50 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 3 hours ago)
Parublev Calls All In

The action was caught on a turn of     , where George Parublev made a bet of 75,000 from the big blind. His opponent was Michael Rocco in the hijack, who made the call.

On the   river, Parublev bet 150,000 chips before Rocco announced a pot-sized raise to 740,000, putting his opponent all in. Parublev thought it over for a few moments before announcing a call for his tournament life.

Rocco tabled       for the second nut low, while Parublev showed down       for the same low and a straight to go with it. He was awarded three-quarters of the pot, ending up with a seven-figure stack.

Michael Rocco2,580,000-420,000
George Parublev1,340,000490,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:44 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 3 hours ago)
Jattin Takes From Atamian

Alfred Atamian called in the cutoff and in the big blind, Farid Jattin raised to 120,000 which Atamian called.

On the flop of    , Jattin bet 65,000 which Atamian called.

Jattin check-called a bet of 120,000 on the turn   from Atamian and both players checked the   river.

Jattin turned over       for aces full of tens and he took down the pot.

Farid Jattin1,710,000410,000
Alfred Atamian740,000-650,000
Gorilla Gaming
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:41 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 3 hours ago)
Wong Wins Half

Michael Rocco limped from under the gun before George Parublev raised to 105,000 on the button. Danny Wong called in the big blind as did Rocco to generate three-way action heading to the flop.

The flop came    , prompting Wong to move all in for 300,000. Rocco jammed and Parublev called off to setup a massive pot.

Danny Wong:      
George Parublev:      
Michael Rocco:      

The turn and river came    with Wong taking the high half of the main pot with top two while Rocco took the low half of the main and side pot. Parublev, meanwhile, was left with just the high half of the side pot.

Michael Rocco3,000,000250,000
George Parublev850,000-475,000
Danny Wong620,000205,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:30 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 3 hours ago)
Sacks Shows Bluff

Aaron Sacks limped in from under the gun, Dylan Weisman completed his small blind, and George Parublev checked his option in the big blind.

A flop of     then hit the table, where the action was checked to Sacks. Sacks made the minimum bet of 40,000 chips and was called by both of his opponents.

On the   turn, Sacks raised the stakes to 110,000 chips. This time, both Weisman and Parublev mucked their hands. Sacks tabled     , showing that he could not have had a flush.

Dylan Weisman1,675,000-25,000
George Parublev1,325,000-75,000
Aaron Sacks590,000225,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:27 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 4 hours ago)
Shing Doubles Through Jattin

Philip Shing called in the hijack which saw action fold to the small blind where Farid Jattin potted, prompting Shing to move all in for 670,000 which Jattin called.

Philip Shing:      
Farid Jattin:      

The board ran out       and the jacks and tens for high and eight-low were good for Shing to secure the double up at the expense of Jattin.

Farid Jattin1,300,000-250,000
Philip Shing1,270,000870,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:23 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 4 hours ago)
Updated Chip Counts
John Fauver2,825,000275,000
Michael Rocco2,750,0001,050,000
Dylan Weisman1,700,0000
George Parublev1,400,000150,000
Calvin Anderson1,000,000-1,300,000
Danny Wong415,000-100,000
Aaron Sacks365,000-160,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:18 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 4 hours ago)
Anson Tsang Eliminated in 14th Place ($30,800)

Anson Tsang

Alfred Atamian raised to 90,000 under the gun and Anson Tsang pushed in his stack of 250,000 from the next seat over. The action folded back to Atamian, who made the call to put Tsang at risk.

Anson Tsang:      
Alfred Atamian:      

Tsang flopped a set on the     board, but the   turn brought Atamian a wheel draw in addition to his flopped flush draw. The   river indeed made him the nut low and a straight to the five, wheeling out Tsang in 14th place.

Alfred Atamian1,390,000300,000
Anson Tsang0-330,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:13 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 4 hours ago)
P.J. Cha Eliminated in 15th Place ($30,800)

PJ Cha

P.J. Cha called in early position which saw action fold around to Farid Jattin in the big blind who potted the bet. Cha repotted for his last 290,000 and Jattin called.

P.J. Cha:      
Farid Jattin:      

The board ran out       and the river brought both the flush home for Jattin and the nut-low, leaving him to scoop both halves of the pot.

Farid Jattin1,550,000600,000
P.J. Cha0-350,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:03 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 4 hours ago)
Benyamine Doubles Through Jattin

David Benyamine

David Benyamine raised to 75,000 in the cutoff and on the button, Farid Jattin potted to 270,000 which only Benyamine called.

The flop rolled out     and Benyamine checked to Jattin who potted to 810,000. Benyamine moved all in for 1,270,000 and Jattin called.

David Benyamine:      
Farid Jattin:      

The board ran out    and the queens-up with the nut low was good for Benyamine to catapult into the chip lead through Jattin.

David Benyamine3,145,0001,905,000
Farid Jattin950,000-1,365,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 1:59 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 4 hours ago)
Joe Ritzie Eliminated in 16th Place ($25,340)

Joe Ritzie

Joe Ritzie opened to 85,000 from early position and was called by George Parublev in the big blind.

The two players quickly got their chips into the pot on the     flop with Ritzie being at risk.

Joe Ritzie:      
George Parublev:      

The turn and river came   , giving Parublev quads and the pot while forcing Ritzie to the exit in 16th place.

George Parublev1,250,000300,000
Joe Ritzie0-225,000
Saturday, June 15, 2024 1:59 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 4 hours ago)
Exclusive: Men 'The Master' Breaks Silence on WSOP Controversy | PokerNews Podcast #837

In the 837th episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Chad Holloway is joined by Johnnie Vibes and PokerNews Ontario Ambassador Kyle Anderson at Level 9 in Las Vegas and talk about the 2024 World Series of Poker (WSOP)!

Not only do they discuss the controversial shorted-pot hand from the Gladiators of Poker involving Men Nguyen, but Chad actually chatted briefly with "The Master" about it. That led to a conversation about Men "The Master" Nguyen's reputation and legacy within the poker world, and in turn to a discussion on fact versus fiction. Speaking of which, check out our five-part article series on Men Nguyen here.

From there, Anderson talks a bit about his ambassador duties for Ontario, and then talks about being put in the spotlight by Phil Hellmuth, which inspired Johnnie Vibes to chime in with his desire to be scolded by the "Poker Brat." Speaking of Vibes, he shared the details behind how the chip stack of Adrian Mateos went missing after a break in the $2,500 Freezeout, and then the crew dives headfirst into Nick Schulman winning the $25,000 High Roller for his fifth WSOP gold bracelet. Is he destined for the Poker Hall of Fame next year over Scott Seiver? It's a coin flip according to the panel.

The crew highlights a handful of other WSOP bracelet winners from the past few days, and preview the Phil Ivey vs. Jason Mercier vs. Danny Wong finale in the $10,000 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw event. Finally, get an update on the $25K Fantasy league and learn who won the BetMGM Poker Championship for $613,914!

Click here to listen to the new PN Podcast!

Saturday, June 15, 2024 1:56 PM Local Time (about 39 days and 4 hours ago)
Two Table Redraw
TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
FT1Nitesh RawtaniUnited States2,300,00077
FT2Alfred AtamianUnited States1,090,00036
FT3Anson TsangHong Kong330,00011
FT4Philip ShingUnited States400,00013
FT5David BenyamineFrance1,240,00041
FT6Farid JattinColombia2,315,00077
FT7Tomasz GluszkoPoland1,300,00043
FT8P.J. ChaUnited States350,00012
6311Aaron SacksUnited States525,00018
6312Joe RitzieUnited States225,0008
6313Danny WongUnited States515,00017
6314Michael RoccoUnited States1,700,00057
6315John FauverUnited States2,550,00085
6316Calvin AndersonUnited States2,300,00077
6317Dylan WeismanUnited States1,700,00057
6318George ParublevUnited States950,00032
John Fauver2,550,000425,000
Farid Jattin2,315,000100,000
Nitesh Rawtani2,300,000350,000
Calvin Anderson2,300,0000
Michael Rocco1,700,000-500,000
Dylan Weisman1,700,000340,000
Tomasz Gluszko1,300,000-125,000
David Benyamine1,240,000-110,000
Alfred Atamian1,090,00090,000
George Parublev950,000-100,000
Aaron Sacks525,00015,000
Danny Wong515,000-375,000
Philip Shing400,0000
P.J. Cha350,000-335,000
Anson Tsang330,000-575,000
Joe Ritzie225,000-70,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander