2022 WSOP Day 21: Ivy denies his 11th WSOP bracelet


Hard to believe that a file 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) He was running in his new home Balis and Paris Las Vegas For a full three weeks, but they say time flies quickly when you’re having fun. June 20 was the 21st day of the series, a day that saw only one gold bracelet awarded but a lot of high-octane poker moves happening.

Alexis Bunakov to reject Phil Ivy What could have been the 11th WSOP Legend bracelet. Ivy made his way through a ridiculously stacked field Event #42: $100,000 No-Limit Hold’em, and found himself an alert against the online specialist from Latvia. The T wasn’t meant to be Ivey and he tuned in to second place for $1,172,659, leaving a beaming Ponakov, swept by an army of friends, to collect a championship bracelet and a cool prize of $1,897,363.

The $10,000 from Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship Needs an extra day, as predicted yesterday. Fifteen players returned to the event but despite the best efforts of all participants, they could not be crowned champions, and three players still had chips.

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Late Boom Denies Lead Chip Sova Maker Millionaire Day 3

John Sova
John Sova

Only 24 of 7,961 beginners in Event #37: $1500 Million No-Limit Hold’em Still in search of the first prize of $112,5141, and of course the coveted gold bracelet.

Brazil Aline Tenorio He is the guy who will catch it on the penultimate day, having won a huge bet on the 3rd day death to rise to the highest chip count with 16,600,000 chips. John Sova (15,300,000) thought he did enough to claim the chip overnight but the Brazilian put him in the job.

Other places to look for on Day 4, which begins at 10:00 a.m. local time on June 21, include Spain Day Raul Martinez (10,925,000), WSOP Main Event Finalist Nick Marchington (9,275,000), and a Brett Marchington Fellow Kevin Hutton (5,000,000).

Event #36: Top 10 No-Limit Hold’em Chips Worth $1,500M

place player nation Number big curtains
1 Aline Tenorio Brazil 16600000 66
2 John Sova United State 153000000 61
3 Jacek Pastola Poland 14,775,000 59
4 Justin Fawcett United State 12,350,000 49
5 Linus Richter United State 1120000 45
6 Raul Martinez Spain 10,925,000 44
7 Paul Ahn United State 10425000 42
8 Dominic Comp Australia 103000000 41
9 Stanley Wing United State 9,550,000 38
10 Nick Marchington United kingdom 9,275,000 37

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Yanovsky takes the helm of the $3,000 Palestine Liberation Organization

Leonid Yanovsky
Leonid Yanovsky

Event #39: $3000 Max Omaha 6 hands He made it to his official final table, which means that each of the remaining players is just five eliminations away from becoming a WSOP Champion.

Israel Leonid Yanovsky (8,700,000) is the player who takes first place and goes to the final table and favorite for the grand prize of $371,358, an amount earned by the 719 players who participated in the event two days ago.

Janovsky has 145 big starters in his group, so he has plenty of wiggle room when play resumes at 4:00 p.m. local time on June 21. Fabian Brandeis (6,560,000) High-risk specialist Shawn Winter (4,275,000) Polish grinder Grzegorz Derkowski (3,685,000), Ferenc Dick (3,110,000), and American Thomas Morrison (2,435,000).

No one will get less than $55,501 for their efforts, but each of the finalists will have one eye on the grand prize of $371,358; Yanovsky already has one hand on that award.

Event #39: Omaha Six Final Chips with Pot Limit $3000

place Noun nation Chips big curtains
1 Leonid Yanovsky Israel 870000 145
2 Fabian Brandeis Austria 6,560,000 109
3 Shawn Winter United States of America 4275000 71
4 Grzegorz Derkowski Poland 3,685,000 61
5 Ferenc Dick Hungary 3,110,000 52
6 Thomas Morrison United States of America 2,435,000 41

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A $500 freeze field was obliterated; Nigri early bullet bags, petite has a big pile

Mitch Pettit
Mitch Pettit

The chance to win a WSOP bracelet for just $500 proved to be a powerful temptation as 4,786 players flocked to Las Vegas in Bali to enter. Event #43: $500 No-Limit Hold’em. The frenetic pace proved too much for all but 202 of these arrivals.

Italia Lorenzo Negri He weathered the storm better and earned 1,860,000 chips at the end of play, enough to lead 202 survivors into battle on June 21. Whoever finished in the top ten on the first day did so with over 1.2 million chips, including Robert Pettit (1,590,000), Peter Schneider (1,570,000), Alan Gendelman (1,550,000) and Carol Filipsky (1,505,000).

winner bracelet Jonathan Demmig (1,165,000), two-time bracelet winner Chris Moorman (880,000), and a member of the Women in Poker Hall of Fame Maria is (565000) There are only three star names until the second day.

Joined poker news team from 12:00 noon local time on June 21 when this event resumes; They played the hero on the second day.

Event #43: $500 No-Limit Hold’em for Top 10 Chips

place player nation Chips big curtains
1 Lorenzo Negri Italia 1,860,000 62
2 Robert Pettit United State 1,590,000 53
3 Peter Schneider United State 1,570,000 52
4 Alan Gendelman United State 1,550,000 52
5 Carol Filipsky United State 1,505,000 50
6 Jared Ward United State 1,465,000 49
7 Michael Suggs United State 1,420,000 47
8 Mason Hinkle United State 1,325,000 44
9 Matthew Beafor United State 1,290,000 43
10 Conor Dinnard Canada 1,285,000 43

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The long run was stopped with 10 thousand dollars for horses on the first day of the lead

British mixed game specialist Philip Long (320,000) set off on a Las Vegas night titled Event #44: $10,000 Horse Championship Leader of the chips and give your chance to get a second WSOP bracelet with absolutely no damage. Long won his bracelet in 2018 when he was crowned champion in the $1,500 Eight Game Mix event.

There is still a long way to go in this tournament because 97 of the 192 Novice players are still in the mix as of Day 2. The tournament has attracted some of the best and most popular players in the industry to the WSOP tables.

stars like Bradley Robin (307500), Yuri Dzivilevsky (270,500), Mike Matosso (206000), Mike Gorodinsky (174000), Sean Depp (167500) and Robert Mizrahi (136,000) were among the players who crammed chips into an overnight bag.

Late registration remains open until 2:00 PM local time on June 21, so it is very likely that this event will see more than 200 players participate in total.

Event #44: 10,000 HP for the Top 10 HORSE Chips

place player nation Chips
1 Philip Long United kingdom 320,000
2 Brad Robin United State 307500
3 Hansoo Chu United State 289500
4 Yuri Dzivilevsky Brazil 270,500
5 Gary Benson Australia 267000
6 Andres Corn Argentina 258000
7 Christigunas Andrulis Lithuania 256000
8 John Rassner United State 247000
9 Kyle Montgomery United State 246500
10 Wilson Igwe Canada 238000

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