Uninterrupted emotions at WSOP 2023 and the blues still on the shields.
Matthew party And Alessio Sabatini Grab the Day 2 pass at $300 Gladiators of Poker No-Limit Hold’em and join the Italian Patrol for both prizes and bracelet descent.
Max Pescatori Instead, it is kept in the fray $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship: In the variants, the pirate can celebrate the comeback.
Awarded two bracelets during the night: Michael Rodriguez ships the $1,500 Badugi with it Stephen Nahm unassailable in $1,000 pot-limit Omaha 8-handed. In the meantime Alex Foxen leads the $50,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em final table.
Let’s look at that in detail.
Event #20: Michael Rodrigues takes the Badugi
at WSOP 2023 The $1,500 Badugi Speak Portuguese thanks to the triumph of Michael Rodriguez. The Lusitano puts it behind him 515 opponent and ensures victory 144,678 Dollar. An extra final day was needed with three players returning in the night to secure the bracelet. The Portuguese first eliminated Serhii Popovych in third place and then defeated former leader Yingui Li.
Final table payout
1 Michael Rodrigues Portugal $144,678
2 Yingui Li China $89,415
3 Serhii Popovych United States $59,879
4 Matt Vengrin United States $40,996
5 Danny Tang Hong Kong $28,270
6 Owais Ahmed United States $20,557
Event #21: PLO in the hands of Stephen Nahm
Three days of pure struggle WSOP 2023 You lend the bracelet Stephen NahmIn the $1,000 pot limit Omaha 8-handed. The Canadian started the final day of competition as the leader and actually never relinquished the lead in that descent to the title. In the final hand, he defeated not one, but both rivals at once, with Amir Mirrasouli finishing in third place and Kevin Rand in second place. The new champion bags 267,991 Dollar.
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Event #23: Alex Foxen leads the High Roller
The $50,000 High Roller No Limit Hold’em He reached his five-handed final table and tonight we learn the name of the new champion. Alex Foxen Command the troops 13,340,000 Pieces if behind him Jans Arends Chases with 10.3 million. He will try to come back from the bottom of the table Seth Davis putting 3,940,000 tokens into the envelope. Whoever wins will take home $1,546,024.
The official count
Alex Foxen 13,340,000
Jans Arends 10,300,000
Leon Storm 4,850,000
Bill Klein 4,675,000
Seth Davies 3,940,000
Event #25: Max Pescatori on Day 2
The $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship Thanks to he also speaks Italian Max Pescatori. The Pirate passes day one with 54,000 chips: it’s not a huge stack, but the Italian player has all the qualities to emerge among the 102 qualifiers from 188 starters. At the head of the group is Connor Drinan who in turn confirms that he is a sniper in the variants and tries to escape with 340,000 chips. A dense field and a great descent await us.
The Top 10
1 Connor Drinan Arlington Heights, IL, USA 340,000
2 Damyan Radanov MEMPHIS, TN, USA 299,000
3 David Williams Las Vegas, NV, $293,000
4 Jason Daly Texas City, TX, USA 286,000
5 Bryce Yockey Los Angeles, CA, USA 270,000
6 Kyle Ray FAYETTEVILLE, GA, $255,000
7 Steve Chanthabouasy Clackamas, OR, USA 237,000
8 Zack Freeman Redondo Beach, CA, USA 231,000
9 Alan Sternberg NORTH BELLMORE, NY, USA 225,000
10 Ilkka Heikkila Tampere, FI 211,000
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