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2012 43rd Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Sunday, June 12, 2022 to Monday, June 13, 2022

Event #24: $1,000 FLIP & GO No-Limit Hold’em Presented by GG Poker

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  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: $1,182,810
  • Entries: 1,329
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Monday, June 13, 2022 12:59 PM Local Time
Lodge Caught in a Webb

Harry Lodge

Harry Lodge moved all in and Randall Webb called. The cards were tabled with Lodge at risk.

Harry Lodge:   
Randall Webb:   

The board runout of       solidified Webb's victory, eliminating Lodge.

Randall Webb2,500,0001,300,000
Harry Lodge0-1,000,000
Monday, June 13, 2022 12:52 PM Local Time
Another Early Elimination
Brian James0-400,000
Monday, June 13, 2022 12:50 PM Local Time
Sotiropoulos Triples Up

Harry Lodge raised from the cutoff to 125,000. Georgios Sotiropoulos moved all in on the button for 340,000. Chip leader Christopher Chatman cold called in the big blind. Lodge also came along.

Chatman and Lodge checked down the       board. Chatman revealed    but it couldn't beat Sotiropoulos's    as he tripled up.

Christopher Chatman3,700,000700,000
Georgios Sotiropoulos1,225,000625,000
Harry Lodge1,000,000-370,000
Monday, June 13, 2022 12:45 PM Local Time
Steinman Gets the Knockout

Hasan Kural raised preflop, but then was three-bet all in by Ian Steinman. After a few moments of deliberating, and possibly influenced by Steinman's table talk, Kural made the call and the cards were tabled, with Kural at risk.

Hasan Kural:   
Ian Steinman:   

The board ran out       and Steinman's tens held, eliminating Kural.

"Every time I start talking just know I have a big hand," Steinman told the table as he was stacking his new chips.

Ian Steinman2,100,000650,000
Hasan Kural0-440,000
Monday, June 13, 2022 12:38 PM Local Time
Bust Outs Since the Redraw
Jeremy Eyer0-500,000
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Monday, June 13, 2022 12:34 PM Local Time
Schutten Gets Paid

Joining the action on the turn, the board read     . Brek Schutten check-called Pete Chen's 100,000 bet from the big blind.

The river was the   and Schutten led out for 350,000. Chen went into the tank before making the call. Schutten showed    for two pair as he took down the pot.

Brek Schutten2,200,000750,000
Pete Chen415,000-755,000
Monday, June 13, 2022 12:32 PM Local Time
FInal Three Table Redraw
TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
6751Zachariah CheatumUnited States3500009
6752Han ChengUnited States1,170,00029
6753Mike MatusowUnited States600,00015
6754Reiji KonoJapan870,00022
6755Brian JamesUnited States400,00010
6756Perry ZhaoUnited States1,080,00027
6757Brek SchuttenUnited States1,450,00036
6758Thomas TaylorUnited States1,400,00035
      
6801Christopher WilliamsUnited States650,00016
6802Gintautas PutinasUnited States660,00017
6803Tyler WillseUnited States87500022
6804Hasan KuralUnited States440,00011
6805Austin ApicellaUnited States1,100,00028
6806Nicolai MorrisUnited States850,00021
6807Ian SteinmanUnited States1,450,00036
6808Kevin RabichowUnited States500,00013
      
6811Paul CampbellUnited Kingdom450,00011
6812Harry LodgeUnited Kingdom1,370,00034
6813Georgios SotiropoulosGreece600,00015
6814Randall WebbUnited Kingdom1,200,00030
6815Christopher ChatmanUnited Kingdom3,000,00075
6816Jeremy EyerUnited States500,00013
6817Galen HallUnited States1,400,00035
6818Rafi ElhararUnited States1,500,00038
Christopher Chatman3,000,0000
Rafi Elharar1,500,000199,990
Brek Schutten1,450,000150,000
Ian Steinman1,450,000-215,000
Thomas Taylor1,400,000200,000
Galen Hall1,400,000-70,000
Harry Lodge1,370,000685,000
Randall Webb1,200,000-330,000
Pete Chen1,170,000-45,000
Austin Apicella1,100,000-320,000
Perry Zhao1,080,000-280,000
Tyler Willse875,00065,000
Reiji Kono870,000-235,000
Nicolai Morris850,000280,000
Gintautas Putinas660,000-60,000
Christopher Williams650,000280,000
Mike Matusow600,00080,000
Georgios Sotiropoulos600,000-95,000
Kevin Rabichow500,000-115,000
Jeremy Eyer500,000-15,000
Paul Campbell450,000-45,000
Hasan Kural440,000-160,000
Brian James400,000-335,000
Zach Cheatum350,000-120,000
Monday, June 13, 2022 12:17 PM Local Time
Mason Busts; Tournament Redrawing Around Three Tables

Chip leader Christopher Chatman called an all-in shove from Craig Mason for around 700,000.

Craig Mason:   
Christopher Chatman:   

The       board sent Mason to the rail, and Chatman chipped up to three million as the players redraw around three tables.

Christopher Chatman3,000,000680,000
Craig Mason0-840,000
Monday, June 13, 2022 12:15 PM Local Time
Sammartino an Early Bust

Dario Sammartino

Dario Sammartino was all in with    but had run into the    of Thomas Taylor.

The       board did nothing but give Taylor a set, and the 2021 WSOP Main Event runner-up was an early elimination here on Day 2.

Meanwhile at another table, Joel Fishman was also spotted exiting the tournament area.

Thomas Taylor1,200,0000
Dario Sammartino00
Joel Fishman00
Monday, June 13, 2022 11:07 AM Local Time
Day 2 of Event #24: $1,000 FLIP & GO No-Limit Hold'em Begins at Noon

Ian Steinman

Event #24: $,1000 FLIP & GO No-Limit Hold'em Day 2 gets underway today at noon local time. At the beginning of Day 1, there were a total of 157 players that advanced from their tables and only 27 found a bag at the end of the day.

Starting the day as the top stack is Christopher Chatman with a total of 2,320,000 in chips. Ian Steinman is second in chips with 1,880,000 and Randall Webb Is right behind with 1,530,000. They will be looking to take home a World Series of Poker gold bracelet and the grand prize of $187,770 as they battle until a winner is crowned.

Blinds will be starting on Level 13, 20,000/40,000 with a 40,000 big blind ante and all 27 players have a payout of $6,030 locked up.

PLACEPLAYERCOUNTRYCHIPSBIG BLINDS
1Christopher ChatmanUnited States2,320,00058
2Ian SteinmanUnited States1,665,00042
3Randall WebbUnited States1,530,00038
4Galen HallUnited States1,470,00037
5Austin ApicellaUnited States1,420,00036
6Perry ZhaoUnited States1,360,00035
7Rafi ElhararIsrael1,300,00033
8Brek SchuttenUnited States1,300,00030
9Han ChengUnited States1,215,00028
10Reiji KonoJapan1,105,00025

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