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

Thursday, June 08, 2023 to Saturday, June 10, 2023

Event #22: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $1,246,200
  • Entries: 134
  • Remaining: 0

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Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:09 PM Local Time
Pair of Nines for Shimizu

Daniel Idema raised from the small blind with the    and Nozomu Shimizu defended with the   .

The flop came    , Idema check-called the bet of Shimizu.

They both checked through the   on the turn to the   on the river. Idema bet and Shimizu thought about it for a bit before making the right call with the pair of nines and top kicker.

Daniel Idema4,080,000-600,000
Nozomu Shimizu2,855,000850,000
Josh Arieh1,110,000-250,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:04 PM Local Time
Arieh Chips Up in First Hand

Josh Arieh picked up the    on the button and raised and Nozomu Shimizu defended his big blind with the   .

The flop came    , Shimizu check-called the continuation-bet of Arieh.

The turn was the   and they both checked to the   on the river. They both checked again for Arieh to claim the first pot of the day with the jack-kicker

Daniel Idema4,680,000640,000
Nozomu Shimizu2,005,000-305,000
Josh Arieh1,360,000300,000
Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:00 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal

All three players have taken their seats and play has begun.

Sunday, June 11, 2023 1:00 PM Local Time
Level 25 started
Level: 25
Blinds: 50,000/100,000
Ante: 0
Sunday, June 11, 2023 11:00 AM Local Time
Three Players Return to Battle for One Bracelet in Event #22: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship

Nozomu Shimizu

At noon* local time on Sunday, June 11, three players will return to Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas to battle it out on the felt for the bracelet and first-place prize of $316,226. Event #22: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship attracted 134 entries, creating a total prize pool of $1,246,200.

This was originally slated as a 3-day tournament, but an extra day was needed as Day 3 saw fourteen players whittled down to three competitors before they called it a night. Daniel Idema bagged the lead with 4,400,000 in chips. Nozomu Shimizu will enter the final day with 2,385,000 in chips and Josh Arieh completes the trio with 1,060,000.

The Final Three Players

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Josh AriehUnited States1,060,00011
2Daniel IdemaCanada4,400,00044
3Nozomu ShimizuJapan2,385,00024

Idema already has three bracelets and $1,511,406 in WSOP cashes but his last bracelet win dates back to 2015 when he took down Event #35: $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. for $261,774. If he wins today, it won't be his biggest win here at the WSOP, as he won $378,642 in 2011 for coming out on top in Event #27: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship.

Shimizu has been doing quite well this summer already. He finished third place in Event #12: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout for $287,106 just a few days ago. The Japanese player is currently 18th on the Japan all-time money list and will be looking to climb some spots in that ranking with help of his supportive rail.

His opponents won't go easily, though. Arieh might be coming in at the start of the day with the shortest stack but will be looking to cement his spot on the list of five-time bracelet winners at the WSOP. The 2021 WSOP Player of the Year has already collected three cashes this summer but will have his sights set on collecting all the chips in the end.

Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1  $316,226
2  $195,443
3  $144,069
4Joe McKeehenUnited States$107,540
5Louis HillmanUnited States$81,298
6Nick PupilloUnited States$62,255
7Nick SchulmanUnited States$48,298
8Kevin SongUnited States$37,967

Play will resume at 12 p.m.* and play down to a winner. Players will return to Level 25, which features 50,000/100,000 blinds and 100,000/200,000 limits. Any breaks will be discretionary for the players.

* The conclusion of the tournament will be streamed on PokerGO and their YouTube channel from 1 p.m. with hole cards coverage which means that the updates here will follow the same delay to avoid spoiling the stream.

Keep following all the updates on PokerNews, from the first card off the deck until the final river has been dealt, to see who will be crowned as the newest WSOP champion.

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