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

Sunday, June 25, 2023 to Wednesday, June 28, 2023

Event #57: $25,000 High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha

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  • Buy-in: $25,000
  • Prizepool: $10,551,500
  • Entries: 449
  • Remaining: 0


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Wednesday, June 28, 2023 6:50 PM Local Time
The Chad & Jesse Poker Show Episode #8: Joey Ingram on the Future of Poker

On the latest episode of The Chad & Jesse Poker Show, Chad Holloway and Jesse Fullen come to you straight from the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP).

They are joined by Joey Ingram, AKA Papi, a lover of four-card poker. A prolific poker podcaster, Ingram is known for his marathon emergency investigations into such controversial matters as the Mike Postle and Robbi Jade Lew cheating allegations. Ingram, who was in L.A. for the Hustler Casino Live $1,000,000 Cash Game, recently returned to Las Vegas and was at the 2023 WSOP for the first time when he sat down with the guys.

Hear what Ingram thinks the future holds for poker, which just might surprise you.

Chad and Jesse also break down all ten nominees for the Poker Hall of Fame Class of 2023. Only one will get in, and it'll undoubtedly be a close affair with so many deserving individuals.

Click here to watch the latest episode now!

Wednesday, June 28, 2023 6:48 PM Local Time
Lau Preserves Narrow Lead

Andjelko Andrejevic chipped up throughout a few small pots and then defended the      against a pot-sized open by Ka Kwan Lau, who had the     flop. The flop came     and Lau continued for Andrejevic to fold.

Ka Kwan Lau29,275,000-1,050,000
Sergio Martinez Gonzalez26,725,000-2,050,000
Andjelko Andrejevic11,350,0004,850,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 6:41 PM Local Time
Boat over Boat for Martinez Gonzalez

Ka Kwan Lau opened to 775,000 with      and Sergio Martinez Gonzalez made the call with     .

The flop came     to give Lau a full house and also gave Martinez Gonzalez trip sixes. Martinez Gonzalez checked over to Lau who continued for 550,000 and Martinez Gonzalez just called.

The turn was especially dirty as it came the   to give Martinez Gonzalez the superior full house and he checked once more to Lao who fired again for 2,100,000.

Martinez Gonzalez decided to just call once more and the two went to the river which was a blank  . Martinez Gonzalez checked again to Lao who then announced a bet of 5,500,000 and surprisingly, Martinez Gonzalez just called.

The two players exposed their hands and Lao was visibly upset when he saw he was beaten in the big pot while Martinez Gonzalez raked in his new chips.

Ka Kwan Lau30,325,000-10,675,000
Sergio Martinez Gonzalez28,775,0008,925,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 6:30 PM Local Time
Andrejevic Doubles Through Lau

Andjelko Andrejevic

Ka Kwan Lau raised on the button and then looked up Andjelko Andrejevic in the small blind when the distinct bottom stack got his chips into the middle.

Andjelko Andrejevic:    
Ka Kwan Lau:     

The board ran out       and Andrejevic doubled back into contention.

Ka Kwan Lau41,000,000-2,900,000
Sergio Martinez Gonzalez19,850,000-600,000
Andjelko Andrejevic6,500,0003,550,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 6:24 PM Local Time
Small Pots for Now

Ka Kwan Lau limped the small blind with the      and Andjelko Andrejevic checked the     .

Lau flopped a flush on     but they checked the   turn before the   fell on the river. Lau now bet and Andrejevic folded.

Most other hands prior to that had featured small pots as well.

Ka Kwan Lau43,900,0001,925,000
Sergio Martinez Gonzalez20,450,0000
Andjelko Andrejevic2,950,000-1,675,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 6:18 PM Local Time
Level 29 started
Level: 29
Blinds: 150,000/300,000
Ante: 300,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 6:17 PM Local Time
Roger Teska Eliminated in Fourth Place ($701,522)

Roger Teska

Roger Teska limped from the small blind with      and Sergio Martinez Gonzalez checked his action from the big blind with      and the two went to a flop of    .

Teska continued for 300,000 with his pair of aces while Martinez Gonzalez just called with the flopped wheel straight to put him in trouble.

The turn   gave Teska top twp-pair and he fired for 900,000 but Martinez Gonzalez then potted it to 4,050,000.

Teska did not like this at all but moved all in anyways to put himself at risk of elimination.

Teska was drawing to an ace or a ten to make a full house or a five to chop but the   did not do it and he was eliminated in fourth place.

Sergio Martinez Gonzalez20,450,0005,175,000
Roger Teska0-6,225,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 6:12 PM Local Time
Teska Takes it Down

Roger Teska opened to 850,000 with      and was called by Sergio Martinez Gonzalez with     .

The flop came out     and Teska continued for 1,875,000 and Martinez Gonzalez promptly folded to award him the pot.

Sergio Martinez Gonzalez15,275,000-850,000
Roger Teska6,225,0001,600,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 6:02 PM Local Time
Teska Folds Suited Kings to Lau's Aggresion

Roger Teska raised to 850,000 with the      and then faced a three-bet for the size of the pot by Ka Kwan Lau in the big blind for 2,675,000. Lau had the dominating      and Teska pondered about his decision for a while to then fold, tossing the cards like flying saucers.

Ka Kwan Lau41,975,000850,000
Sergio Martinez Gonzalez16,125,000250,000
Andjelko Andrejevic4,625,000-625,000
Roger Teska4,625,000-1,975,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 5:53 PM Local Time
Andrejevic Flops Trips

Ka Kwan Lau limped with      and Andjelko Andrejevic checked his action with      and the two players went to a flop of    .

Lau led out for 220,000 and Andrejevic just called with his trip aces to see the   on the turn.

Lau then decided to check to Andrejevic who fired for 400,000 and Lau made the call to see the   on the river.

The players then decided to check through the river and Andrejevic showed his hand of trip aces with a king and Lau promptly mucked.

Ka Kwan Lau41,125,000725,000
Andjelko Andrejevic5,250,000775,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 5:40 PM Local Time
Lau Chips Up With Aggression

Ka Kwan Lau limped in with the      in the small blind and Andjelko Andrejevic checked with the     . On a flop of    , Lau bet 350,000 for Andrejevic to call and that led them to the   turn. Lau picked up a gutshot straight flush draw and bet 1,200,000 into 1,450,000 to force out Andrejevic.

Ka Kwan Lau40,400,000850,000
Sergio Martinez Gonzalez15,875,000200,000
Roger Teska6,600,0000
Andjelko Andrejevic4,475,000-850,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 5:37 PM Local Time
Lau Pulls Further Ahead

Sergio Martinez Gonzalez raised to 875,000 with the      and Ka Kwan Lau repotted with the      to force folds all around. Martinez Gonzalez folded and the live stream then switched over to the victory of Pavel Plesuv in the Millionaire Maker.

Both Spaniards then headed to a       river. With 1,250,000 in the middle, Martinez Gonzalez bet 750,000 with the      and Lau called with the      for sevens full of nines to drag in another pot.

Ka Kwan Lau39,550,0002,750,000
Sergio Martinez Gonzalez15,675,000-2,200,000
Roger Teska6,600,000-500,000
Andjelko Andrejevic5,325,000-875,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 5:28 PM Local Time
Mads Amot Eliminated in 5th Place ($505,588)

Mads Amot

Mads Amot limped in with      and Ka Kwan Lau opened to 1,125,000 with     . Amot made the call and the two went to a flop of    .

Amot made middle set of queens but Lau had a monster wrap and flush draw.

Amot checked to Lau who then continued for 1,300,000 and Amot raised the pot, followed by an all-in by Lau.

Amot made the call and the two players tabled their cards, with Amot at risk.

The board completed with    for Lau to hit a flush on the river to eliminate Amot in 5th place.

Ka Kwan Lau36,800,00012,375,000
Mads Amot0-11,750,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 5:22 PM Local Time
"Barstool Nate" Shares His Wild Adventure Getting to the 2023 WSOP One Month Late

Eric Nathan ("Barstool Nate")

Eric "Barstool Nate" Nathan had quite the adventure — injury, lost ID, the whole nine yards — getting to Las Vegas for the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP). PokerNews caught up with the Barstool Sports personality to hear his story of why he's just now arriving at the WSOP.

The co-host of the Cracking Aces poker podcast is competing in Event #65: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em, his first bracelet event of the summer. Originally, the sports blogger and long-time poker player intended to grind a lengthy WSOP schedule, starting early in the series. So, why's he just now making his way to Sin City to play some cards?

Read the Full Story Here

Wednesday, June 28, 2023 5:20 PM Local Time
Andrejevic Almost Doubles Against Lau

In three-way limped action to the     , Andjelko Andrejevic bet 575,.000 with the      and Mads Amot folded the     . Ka Kwan Lau check-called with the      and checked again the   river. Andrejevic bet 1,600,000 with his full house and Lau paid it off for Andrejevic to almost double.

Ka Kwan Lau24,425,000-2,875,000
Sergio Martinez Gonzalez17,875,000500,000
Mads Amot11,750,000-1,100,000
Roger Teska7,100,000700,000
Andjelko Andrejevic6,200,0002,775,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 5:18 PM Local Time
Level 28 started
Level: 28
Blinds: 125,000/250,000
Ante: 250,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 5:08 PM Local Time
Amot Wins First Pot

Mads Amot raised the button with the      and was called by Ka Kwan Lau in the big blind, who had the     .

They checked to the      turn on which Lau check-called for 500,000 with his open-ended straight draw. That led to the   river on which Amot potted and Lau snap-folded.

Ka Kwan Lau27,300,000-900,000
Sergio Martinez Gonzalez17,375,000-100,000
Mads Amot12,850,0001,000,000
Roger Teska6,400,0000
Andjelko Andrejevic3,425,0000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 5:00 PM Local Time
Level 27 started
Level: 27
Blinds: 100,000/200,000
Ante: 200,000
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 3:27 PM Local Time
PLO High Roller Resumes at 5 P.M. on PokerGO

Ka Kwan Lau

The 2023 World Series of Poker continues at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas as the final day of Event #19: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller will be held under the bright lights of the main Feature Table. Cards will be in the air at 4 p.m. local time, but the PokerGO livestream will be on a one-hour delay that starts at 5 p.m.

The five remaining players will battle it out on the felt for the coveted gold bracelet in addition to the astounding $2,294,756 first-place prize. The tournament attracted 449 total entries to create a staggering $10,551,500 prize pool, most of which will be awarded today.

Final Table Results and Remaining Payouts

PlacePlayerCountryPrize (in USD)
1  $2,294,756
2  $1,418,270
3  $989,464
4  $701,522
5  $505,588
6Quan ZhouChina$370,498
7Firas KashatUnited States$276,141
8Jeremy AusmusUnited States$209,392

Andorran, Hong Kong-based poker pro Ka Kwan Lau leads the way with a stack of 28,200,000 and is sitting in a great position to win his first WSOP gold bracelet. Known under his online moniker "kaju85", he is widely considered one of the best PLO tournament players around and came narrowly close to victory two years ago as he finished runner-up to Shaun Deeb in the same event. According to Hendon Mob, Lau has accrued more than $2.6 million in live poker events, and that also includes a 20th-place finish in the 2016 WSOP Main Event for $269,430.

Fellow Spanish-Speaker Sergio Martinez Gonzalez returns today with the second-highest chip count of 17,475,000 and this is already his biggest score to date as each player is already guaranteed a handsome payout of $505,588 for their performance in this event. His largest previous score was earlier this year at the EPT Paris back in February in the € 5,200 Pot Limit Omaha where he finished 3rd for $67,431.

The third European of the group, Mads Amot of Norway, is coming back sitting third in chips with 11,850,000. His largest score before this one is a $65,280 payout from placing 3rd in a WPT $3,200 PLO online event.

The two Americans of the group, Roger Teska and Andjelko Andrejevic complete the remaining five with 6,400,000 and 3,425,000, respectively.

Teska is well-known in the high-roller poker world with over $3.4 million in earnings, with the bulk of that stemming from taking down the $25,500 NLH partypoker Millions event in the Bahamas in 2018.

Andrejevic also has an impressive track record with almost $ 4.5 million in live cashes with his best score back in 2015 when he finished first in an Asian Pacific Tour Super High Roller NL event for $1,125,722.

Seat Assignments for the Final Day

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Mads AmotNorway11,850,00059
2Sergio Martinez GonzalezSpain17,475,00087
3Ka Kwan LauHong Kong28,200,000141
4Andjelko AndrejevicUnited States3,425,00017
5Roger TeskaUnited States6,400,00032