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

Tuesday, May 30, 2023 to Thursday, June 01, 2023

Event #2: $25,000 High Roller Six Handed No-Limit Hold’em

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  • Buy-in: $25,000
  • Prizepool: $4,864,500
  • Entries: 207
  • Remaining: 58

EVENT UPDATES

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Thursday, June 1, 2023 2:27 PM Local Time
Hallay Adds to Lead

Axel Hallay

There has been little action over the last few hands, but Axel Hallay has extended his lead over the field and has more than a third of the chips in play.

Hand One

Axel Hally opened to 200,000 from the button before Chris Moore three-bet to 750,000 from the small blind. Hallay moved all in and Moore folded.


Hand Two

Chance Kornuth opened to 215,000 from under the gun and Alexandre Vuilleumier defended his big blind. Vuilleumier check-folded after facing a bet on the     flop.


Hand Three

Axel Hallay opened to 200,000 from the hijack and received a walk.


Hand Four

Axel Hallay opened to 200,000 from under the gun before Sean Winter three-bet to 775,000 from the big blind. Hallay shipped in his stack again and Winter quickly folded.

Axel Hallay11,500,0002,000,000
Alexandre Vuilleumier5,150,000-50,000
Joey Weissman4,100,000-200,000
Chance Kornuth3,550,00050,000
Chris Moore3,000,000-400,000
Sean Winter2,340,000-760,000
Ren Lin1,100,0000
Thursday, June 1, 2023 2:12 PM Local Time
Kornuth Raises the River on Hallay

Chance Kornuth raised to 230,000 from the cutoff and Axel Hallay came along from the big blind to see the     flop.

Both players checked the flop and the   turn before Hallay led out for 100,000 on the   river. Kornuth announced a raise to 640,000 and Hallay quickly folded.

The next hand, Kornuth again raised to 230,000 and Chris Moore defended his big blind, then check-folded to a bet on the     flop.

Axel Hallay9,500,000-535,000
Chance Kornuth3,500,000550,000
Chris Moore3,400,000-255,000
Thursday, June 1, 2023 1:58 PM Local Time
Final Table Redraw
(TableSeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
11Sean WinterUnited States3,100,00031
12Axel HallayFrance10,035,000100
13Chris MooreUnited States3,655,00037
14Joey WeissmanUnited States4,300,00043
15Alexandre VuilleumierSwitzerland5,200,00052
16Chance KornuthUnited States2,950,00030
17Ren LinChina1,100,00011
Axel Hallay10,035,0000
Alexandre Vuilleumier5,200,0000
Joey Weissman4,300,000200,000
Chris Moore3,655,0000
Sean Winter3,100,000-845,000
Chance Kornuth2,950,000345,000
Ren Lin1,100,000-400,000
Thursday, June 1, 2023 1:55 PM Local Time
Elior Sion Eliminated in 8th Place ($104,733)

Elior Sion

Chance Kornuth and Alexandre Vuilleumier won the first two pots of Day 3 with preflop shoves.

On the third hand, Elior Sion moved all in for 1,275,000 from the cutoff and Vuilleumier called in the small blind.

Elior Sion:   
Alexandre Vuilleumier:   

Vuilleumier took the lead on the     flop with a pair of aces. The board ran out    and Sion was eliminated just short of the final table.

The remaining seven players are now drawing for seats at the final table.

Alexandre Vuilleumier5,200,0001,225,000
Elior Sion0-1,202,500
Thursday, June 1, 2023 1:51 PM Local Time
Jake Schindler Eliminated in 9th Place ($104,733)

Jake Schindler

On the second hand of play, Axel Hallay jammed as the big stack from the small blind and Jake Schindler quickly called off his 1,205,000 stack from the big blind.

Jake Schindler:   
Axel Hallay:   

Hallay immediately took the lead, pairing his queen on the     flop and he sealed the elimination following the   turn and   river.

Axel Hallay10,035,0002,055,000
Joey Weissman4,100,000-50,000
Chris Moore3,655,000-800,000
Jake Schindler0-1,205,000
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Thursday, June 1, 2023 1:41 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal!

The final nine players have taken their seats and play has begun. The unofficial final table will be set when seven players remain.

Thursday, June 1, 2023 1:41 PM Local Time
Level 19 started
Level: 19
Blinds: 50,000/100,000
Ante: 100,000
Thursday, June 1, 2023 12:15 PM Local Time
Who Will Capture the Second Gold Bracelet of the 2023 WSOP?

2023 WSOP Gold Bracelet

There will be a new champion crowned today at the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP), as Event #2: $25,000 High Roller 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em will play down to its winner, with the final day kicking off at 1:30 p.m. local time.

From a field of 207, just nine players remain in contention for the second WSOP bracelet of the series and the $1,215,864 designated for the winner. In pole position to capture the first-place spoils is France's Axel Hallay (7,980,000), who has around 25% of the chips in play. Hallay pulled off quite the comeback in yesterday's session as he spun up his chip-leading stack from just 40,000.

Rounding out the top three chip counts are Chris Moore (4,455,000) and Joey Weissman (4,150,000), while Elior Sion (1,202,500) props up the rest of the pack.

Day 2 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Axel HallayFrance7,980,00080
2Chris MooreUnited States4,455,00045
3Joey WeissmanUnited States4,150,00042
4Alexandre VuilleumierSwitzerland3,975,00040
5Sean WinterUnited States3,945,00039
6Chance KornuthUnited States2,605,00026
7Ren LinChina1,500,00015
8Jake SchindlerUnited States1,205,00012
9Elior SionUnited Kingdom1,202,50012

First Seven-Figure Payout of 2023 WSOP to be Awarded

Sean Winter
Can Sean Winter cross his name off the best without a bracelet list?

The final day survivors have all banked themselves at least a $104,733 payday, with the next pay jump coming when the field reduces to seven players. However, everyone will be gunning for the first seven-figure payout of the 2023 WSOP.

Five players also have the chance to win their first-ever gold bracelet, with Hallay, Moore, Alexandre Vuilleumier, Sean Winter and Ren Lin all looking to secure their first piece of major WSOP hardware and cross their names off the best players without a bracelet list.

Weissman, Sion and Jake Schindler are all vying to become a two-time WSOP bracelet winner while Chance Kornuth is on the hunt for his fourth title.

Remaining Payouts

PlacePrize (USD)
1$1,215,864
2$751,463
3$518,106
4$363,326
5$259,220
6$188,219
7$139,130
8-7$104,733

Plan for Day 3

As mentioned, the tournament will resume at 1:30 p.m. PDT and takes place inside Horseshoe Las Vegas. The $25,000 High Roller is also the first livestream opportunity of the series, with cards up coverage provided by PokerGO. The broadcast is currently scheduled to start at 5 p.m.* and will feature the action from the final five players.

The final day begins at Level 19, where the blinds will be 50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 big blinds ante.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for all the updates from the 6-Max High Roller until a new WSOP champion is crowned.

* subject to change depending on what time the final five players are confirmed

Thursday, June 1, 2023 12:15 PM Local Time
Seat Draw for the Final Nine
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChips
Horseshoe11Chance KornuthUnited States2,605,000
Horseshoe12Elior SionUnited Kingdom1,202,500
Horseshoe14Ren LinChina1,500,000
Horseshoe15Alexandre VuilleumierUnited Kingdom3,975,000
Horseshoe16Sean WinterUnited States3,945,000
      
Horseshoe22Joey WeissmanUnited States4,150,000
Horseshoe23Axel HallayFrance7,980,000
Horseshoe24Jake SchindlerUnited States1,205,000
Horseshoe26Chris MooreUnited States4,455,000
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