2022 WSOP Day 6: Szecsi Reels in His Third Bracelet; O8 Event Needs Extra Time
Table Of Contents
- Depaulo Bags a Top 10 Stack on Day 1d of the Housewarming
- Event #5: $500 Housewarming Day 1D Top 10 Chip Counts
- O8 Event Concludes with Amnon Filippi and Matt Vengrin Heads-Up
- Event #7: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Final Table
- Brewer Leads Final 15 in the $25,000 High Roller
- Event #8: $25,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold'em Top 10 Chip Counts
- Livingston Leads as Stud Event Reaches Final Table
- Event #9: $1,500 Seven Card Stud Final Table Seat Draw
- $10,000 Dealer's Choice Will Have a New Champion
- Event #10: $10,000 Dealer's Choice Top 10 Chip Counts
The curtain has come down on another 2022 World Series of Poker day's action at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas, and what a day it was. No fewer than seven events, including the first pair of online tournaments, packed out the venues with players from all corners of the globe.
Norbert Szecsi of Hungary secured his third career WSOP bracelet when he triumphed in the $5,300 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller Freezeout, while Manig Loeser triumphed in the other online event, the No Limit Hold'em BIG $500.
Elsewhere, a bumper crowd turned out for the fourth and final flight of the $500 Housewarming, while the $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low 8 or Better event could not determine its champion so spread into an unscheduled fourth day of play.
Want to know what happened on Day 6 of the 2022 WSOP? Then keep reading as PokerNews recaps the action.
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Depaulo Bags a Top 10 Stack on Day 1d of the Housewarming
Day 1D of Event #5: $500 Housewarming saw an massive crowd of 7,268 players buy in but only 339 of them progress to Day 2. That bumper final flight's crowd takes the total attendance to 20,080 and the prize pool to $8,435,280, obliterating the $5 million guarantee.
Tyler Gaston bagged up the most chips on Day 1d, namely 4,510,000. Only Jong Kim (4,000,000) broke through the four-million chip barrier.
Finishing with 2,735,000 chips, enough for tenth place on the Day 1d leaderboard, was bracelet winner Ryan Depaulo. He won The BIG 500 Online event in 2020 and is now in with a legitimate shot of winning a second piece of WSOP hardware.
Others through to Day 2 include Niall Farrell (1,320,000), Manig Loeser (1,200,000), Tuan Le (595,000), and Matt Waxman (550,000).
Day 2 commences at 10:00 a.m. with 899 players returning to their seats. Follow all of the action right here at PokerNews.
Event #5: $500 Housewarming Day 1D Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Tyler Gaston||United States||4,510,000|
|2||Jong Kim||United States||4,000,000|
|3||Simon Webster||United States||3,650,000|
|5||Michael Delvecchio||United States||3,300,000|
|6||Vuong Do||United States||3,250,000|
|7||Arron King||United States||3,200,000|
|8||Michael Thach||United States||2,945,000|
|9||Zachary Milchman||United States||2,750,000|
|10||Ryan Depaulo||United States||2,735,000|
Don't miss any of the action from the $500 Housewarming event
O8 Event Concludes with Amnon Filippi and Matt Vengrin Heads-Up
Day 3 of Event #7: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better started with 26 players vying for a bracelet, and the plan was to play down to a champion. However, after 12.5 hours of play, and with it only being a few hours until the Las Vegas sun began to rise, heads-up duo Amnon Filippi and Matt Vengrin decided to call it a night and return to complete their one-on-one battle at 3:00 p.m. on June 6.
Filippi is the favorite for the title going into the unscheduled Day 4. He bagged up the chip lead at the end of Day 2 and returns to the fray armed with 19,525,000, more than 2.5-times as many chips as Matt Vengrin on 7,700,000. One of these players will become a WSOP champion for the first time. Stay tuned to PokerNews to discover which one achieves that feat.
Event #7: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Final Table
|3||Paul Zappulla||United States||$111,501|
|5||Matt Glantz||United States||$59,166|
|6||David Funkhouser||United States||$43,997|
|7||Rami Boukai||United States||$33,178|
Who will win the $1,500 omaha hi-Low bracelet?
Brewer Leads Final 15 in the $25,000 High Roller
Only 15 players remain in Event #8: $25,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold'em, and Chris Brewer is the man to catch going into Day 3. Brewer bagged up 5,100,000 chips at the close of play, narrowly putting him ahead of Chad Eveslage (4,915,000) and Brek Schuttern (4,610,000).
Four former bracelet winners are among the final 15, each looking to reel in the massive $1,415,610 top prize and another piece of poker jewelry. Four-time WSOP bracelet winner Josh Arieh (1,995,000) is the best-place of that quartet. Ognyan Dimov (1,975,000), Byron Kaverman (1,880,000), and reigning WSOP Main Event champion Koray Aldemir (520,000) are the others.
Play resumes at 1:00 p.m. on June 6, and PokerNews will be with you every step of the way.
Event #8: $25,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold'em Top 10 Chip Counts
|Rank||Name||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||Chris Brewer||United States||5,100,000||51|
|2||Chad Eveslage||United States||4,914,000||49|
|3||Brek Schutten||United States||4,610,000||46|
|4||Jake Schindler||United States||3,150,000||32|
|5||Dan Colpoys||United States||2,385,000||24|
|6||Justin Young||United States||2,320,000||23|
|7||Taylor von Kriegenbergh||United States||2,230,000||22|
|8||Josh Arieh||United States||1,995,000||20|
|10||Reagan Silber||United States||1,915,000||19|
Follow all the action from the $25,000 High Roller
Livingston Leads as Stud Event Reaches Final Table
It took ten gruelling hours to reduce the 97 players who made it through to Day 2 of Event #9: $1,500 Seven Card Stud to a more manageable final table of eight, and it is Alex Livingston who leads them into battle on June 6.
Livingstone holds a commanding lead courtesy of cramming 2,495,000 chips into the overnight bag. Former WSOP champions Kenny Hsiung (1,605,000) and John Racener (1,160,000) are Livingstone's nearest rivals.
Also at the eight-handed final table are Thomas Taylor (765,000), Brad Ruben (725,000) who won his fourth bracelet just a few days ago, Daniel Weinman (660,000), Hojeong Lee (585,000), and short stack John Evans (170,000). Weinmann also reached Day 2 of the $500 Housewarming event so may have to multi-table at some point, which is a nice problem to have.
Event #9: $1,500 Seven Card Stud Final Table Seat Draw
|2||Daniel Weinman||United States||660,000|
|3||Brad Ruben||United States||725,000|
|4||John Evans||United States||170,000|
|5||Hojeong Lee||United States||585,000|
|7||John Racener||United States||1,160,000|
|8||Kenny Hsiung||United States||1,605,000|
Tune into the $1,500 Seven Card Stud final table action
$10,000 Dealer's Choice Will Have a New Champion
The $10,000 Dealer's Choice event will have a new champion for the first time in four years because Adam Friedman was among the 62 players who started this event but failed to find a bag at the end of the night. Friedman, of course, won this even on three consecutive years.
Some 113 players bought in but only 51 punched their Day 2 tickets. Joao Vieira (425,000) is the chip leader going into Day 3, closely fllowed by Mike Gorodinsky (401,500). There is then some distance between the two leaders and Nacho Barbero (269,500) in third place.
As you would expect from such a highly specialist tournament, the field is littered with some of the biggest names in poker. Bracelet winners such as Richard Ashby (250,500), Jean-Robert Bellande (249,000), Jeff Madsen (181,500), Shaun Deeb (162,500), Yuri Dzivielevski (136,500), Brian Rast (109,000), Anthony Zinno (94,000), and 16-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth (87,000) are just a handful of names to look for in the PokerNews live reporting updates on Day 2 and beyond.
Event #10: $10,000 Dealer's Choice Top 10 Chip Counts
|2||Nike Gorodinsky||United States||401,500|
|4||Richard Ashby||United Kingdom||250,500|
|5||Jean-Robert Bellande||United States||249,000|
|6||Matthew Schreiber||United States||245,500|
|8||Ian O'Hara||United States||188,000|
|9||Maxx Coleman||United States||187,500|
|10||Jordan Siegel||United States||182,000|
Love mixed games? You'll love the $10K Dealer's Choice updates
In this Series
- 1 2022 WSOP Day 1: Hellmuth Noticeable Absentee as WSOP Kicks Off
- 2 2022 WSOP Day 2: First Bracelet Awarded; Ivey Records a Cash
- 3 2022 WSOP Day 3: Peters Wins Gold; Seiver Hunting For Bracelet #4
- 4 2022 WSOP Day 4: Scott Seiver & Brad Ruben Win Bracelet #4
- 5 2022 WSOP Day 5: Smith Bags 25k Heads-Up Title; Housewarming Surpasses Guarantee
- 6 2022 WSOP Day 6: Szecsi Reels in His Third Bracelet; O8 Event Needs Extra Time
- 7 2022 WSOP Day 7: Dan Smith Flying High in the $50K High Roller
- 8 2022 WSOP Day 8: Schutten Leads $50K High Roller Final Six
- 9 2022 WSOP Day 9: Diebold, Schindler, and Moncek Strike Gold
- 10 2022 WSOP Day 10: Bronshtein and Foxen On Course For Bracelets
- 11 2022 WSOP Day 11: Three New Bracelet Winners Crowned, "ElkY" and Ivey Lead $10K Stud
- 12 2022 WSOP Day 12: Two More Bracelets Won; Friedman on Fire in the $10K Stud
- 13 2022 WSOP Day 13: Friedman Makes It Five; Two Other Champs Crowned
- 14 2022 WSOP Day 14: Three New Champions; Big Names Turn Out In Force
- 15 2022 WSOP Day 15: Karakitkov On Course for $50K PLO High Roller Title
- 16 2022 WSOP Day 16: The Busiest Day Yet For Bracelets as Four Awarded
- 17 2022 WSOP Day 17: Hastings Secures His Sixth WSOP Bracelet
- 18 2022 WSOP Day 18: MILLIONAIRE MAKER Draws Thousands of Runners
- 19 2022 WSOP Day 19: Hellmuth Flying High in $10K Deuce-to-Seven
- 20 2022 WSOP Day 20: Bromfman, Stovall, and 'PmpknHead' Secure Bracelets
- 21 2022 WSOP Day 21: Ivey Denied His 11th WSOP Bracelet
- 22 2022 WSOP Day 22: $10K Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship Finally Concludes!
- 23 2022 WSOP Day 23: Six Events in Play, One Champion Crowned
- 24 2022 WSOP Day 24: Ivey Bags a Big Stack in the $250K Super High Roller
- 25 2022 WSOP Day 25: Foxen Leads $250k Super High Roller, First Bracelet for Cyprus
- 26 2022 WSOP Day 26: HOF Nominee Liebert's Still Got It, How Foxen Won First Bracelet
- 27 2022 WSOP Day 27: Four Bracelets Awarded as $50K PPC Kicks Off
- 28 2022 WSOP Day 28: Kenney Leads the $50,000 PPC Event
- 29 2022 WSOP Day 29: Dzivielevski Leads the $50K PPC; Three Bracelets Awarded
- 30 2022 WSOP Day 30: The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men
- 31 2022 WSOP Day 31: Cates Crowned PPC Champ on a Crazy Day of Action
- 32 2022 WSOP Day 32: Eli Elezra Wins Again, Hellmuth Chasing a Bracelet
- 33 2022 WSOP Day 33: Phil Hellmuth Denied 17th Bracelet; Jackson, Barbero & Teusl Victorious
- 34 2022 WSOP Day 34: The Main Event Shuffles Up and Deals!
- 35 2022 WSOP Day 35: Another Huge Day of Main Event Action
- 36 2022 WSOP Day 36: Clarke Leads Main Event; Glantz Banks a Milly
- 37 2022 WSOP Day 37: Vaughn Kicks Off Huge Main Event Flight
- 38 2022 WSOP Day 38: Gavin Munroe Leads After Day 2abc of the Main Event
- 39 2022 WSOP Day 39: Bryn Kenney Among Top Stacks After Day 2d of Main Event
- 40 2022 WSOP Day 40: Main Event Enters the Money, Six Former Champs Still In
- 41 2022 WSOP Day 41: Taylor von Kriegenbergh Leads the Main Event Into Day 5
- 42 2022 WSOP Day 42: Audacious Bluff Puts Lococo Over 10M in the Main Event
- 43 2022 WSOP Day 43: Main Event Field Reduced to Only 35
- 44 2022 WSOP Day 44: Main Event Reaches Its Final Table
- 45 2022 WSOP Day 45: Colpoys Claims Chip Lead in the $50K High Roller
- 46 2022 WSOP Day 46: Jorstad Leads the Main Event Final Three; Vieira Claims Second Bracelet
- 47 2022 WSOP Day 47: Jorstad Crowned Main Event Champion as 2022 WSOP Nears End
- 48 2022 WSOP Day 48: Series Begins Wrapping Up; Five Champions Crowned
- 49 2022 WSOP Day 49: Cowen Leads the Tournament of Champions
- 50 2022 WSOP Day 50: Woof Leads Final 16 in the Tournament of Champions