We are back and ready for you with several daily reports WSOP 2023
Yes, because after the Main Event celebrations in Las Vegas, new tournaments of the rich American program have started again. The World Series of live poker continues through July 18th.
At 7th of July Two three-day tournaments have started: the $777 buy-in Lucky 7’s NL Hold’em and the $1,500 buy-in BOUNTY PL Omaha.
Do you want to know what happened? The first bubble burst and 64 of the envelopes arrived. In the second field, the field is really very interesting, with Barbero, Negreanu, Schwartz, Madsen and other big names in play. And here, too, we are already ITM, with our own Joseph Maggisano very well placed! Here are the details…
possibly 77: first winners at Lucky 7
Let’s start with Day 1A from $777 Lucky 7’s NL Hold’em. We’re talking a three-day event with 40,000 starting chips for everyone and $777,777 guaranteed for the winner.
We counted in this flight 1,470 Entries with a prize pool of $1,005,127. The first bubble burst when 221 remained, raking in at least $1,246.
Then prices increased to $2,190 as the elimination progressed. The last two hands were called and 64 So people could bag chips.
It dominates the preliminary count Chase Blanton with 2,265,000 stacks. The shortest is French Pierre Calamusa with only 100,000 dowry. Here are the best stacks awaiting the second flight at 10:00 local time…
The top ten from Day 1A
1 Thomas Blanton US$2,265,000
2 Daniel Wilkes $2,200,000
3 Daniel Bolgrin US$1,975,000
5 Yi Cheng Yeh US 1,885,000
6 Ian Burr US 1,810,000
7 Brandon Noe US 1,760,000
8 Nicholas Sena Hopkins US 1,715,000
9 Curtis Connors US$1,585,000
10Huawei Lin US 1,575,000
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possibly 78: Superfield in Bounty PLO
And we end with that day 1 from $1,500 BOUNTY PL Omaha. Again, we’re talking about a three-day tournament with 25,000 starting chips and a $500 bounty on each head.
In total 1.214 Entries were collected at nine reasonable entry levels and the prize pool generated is $1,013,690. 183 ITMs were created with prices ranging from $1,501 to $171,742.
The Brazilian Renan Bruschi was the protagonist of the last stages of the day. By the final break, the bubble was about twenty eliminations away. Even the greats Nacho Barbero and Daniel Negreanu At this point, they could expect big stacks. Negreanu was also involved in some altercations with Martin Kabrhel.
Half an hour after the envelopes were handed in, we entered the winning area. The bubble only held one hand. Then the day ended and the monstrous stacks of Casey Wassell and Satar Al Sadoun. Also well placed is David “ODB” Baker with 361,000.
But we support Giuseppe Maggisano, 17th with 381,000 in the sack! Negreanu finished the game after playing 14 levels with 271,000. Just behind him are the likes of Noah Schwartz (265,000) and Jeff Madsen (252,000) or the aforementioned Barbero (240,000).
Kabrhel went into the game after a good start. Shaun Deeb He passed despite being in the main event. THE 140 Departs at 2:00 p.m. local time. He’ll be chipping again in the purple area of the Paris Ballroom.
PLO top ten
1 Casey WassellUS694,000
2 Satar Al Sadoun US 671,000
3 Jonathan Rodack $621,000
5 David Hu NL 556,000
6 Jonathan Borenstein $510,000
7James Palmer US$501,000
8 Dylan Smith CA489,000
9 Thomas Skagg’s US$481,000
10Robert Mason US$459,000