2022 888poker XL Winter Series WSOPC Rozvadov
Event 23 - $10,000 World Championship No Limit Deuce to Seven Draw

Event Info

Buy-in $10,000
Players 96

Level Info

Level 23
Blinds 12,000 / 24,000
Ante 6,000

Steve Sung with the Soul-Read

Steve Sung opened for 48,000 and Villw Wahlbeck called from the big blind. Sung drew one while Wahlbeck drew two.

Sung checked to Wahlbeck, who bet 55,000. Sung made the call.

Turns out it was quite the soul-read, Sung turning up K-T-6-4-2 as Wahlbeck mucked his hand.

Schulman Recovers

It was a nine perfect for Nick Schulman that won a recent pot against Ville Wahlbeck. Wahlbeck opened the button to 45,000 and was called by Schulman in the small blind. Schulman drew one card; Wahlbeck took two. After the draw, Schulman led out for 80,000. Wahlbeck must have been suspicious; he called. But when Schulman showed down 9-5-4-3-2, Wahlbeck tossed his cards to the dealer.

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Sung Stings Schulman

Steve Sung opened for 47,000 on the button, Ville Wahlbeck made the call from the small blind, and Nick Schulman put on the squeeze, reraising to 150,000 from the big blind. Sung called the additional 103,000 and Wahlbeck folded. Schulman stood pat and Sung drew one.

Schulman checked to Sung, who checked behind. Sung's T-7-6-4-2 was good against Schulman's J-T-8-7-5 and he raked in the pot.

Schulman Drags the First Pot

Nick Schulman opened the pot to 50,000 and was called by the big blind, Steve Sung. Sung took one on the draw; Schulman rapped pat.

Both players checked after the draw was complete, with Schulman showing down 10-9-8-5-4 to take the pot. It was, perhaps, not the most scintillating hand, but the players are fairly deep right now so we expect to see some cautious play.

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Updated Chip Counts

Ville Wahlbeck - 1,212,000
John Juanda - 722,000
Steve Sung - 505,000
Nick Schulman - 441,000

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Archie Karas Eliminated in 5th Place ($53,783)

Archie Karas - 5th Place
Archie Karas - 5th Place
Archie Karas moved all in for 86,000 from UTG and Steve Sung made the call from the big blind. Both players stood pat.

Karas revealed J-T-8-5-2, but Sung had him with T-9-8-7-3. Sung took down the pot and Karas hit the rail in 5th place, earning $53,783 for his performance-- which happens to be his largest-ever tournament score.

Schulman vs. Juanda

John Juanda raised to 35,000 from UTG, and Nick Schulman made the call from the big blind. Schulman drew one while Juanda stood pat.

Juanda folded to Schulman's 60,000 bet and he took down the pot.