Day 2 Completed
Day 2 Completed
After registration ended on Day 2, there were 1,240 entries in Event #16: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em at the 2022 World Series Of Poker from Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas. From that field, a prize pool of $3,310,800 was generated and 186 made it into the money.
There were 75 players who advanced and first place will take home $558,616. They will all return on Friday, June 10, at noon, and play down to five players.
Event #16: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Alex Foxen||United States||2,070,000||103|
|2||Niall Farrell||United Kingdom||1,610,000||80|
|3||Michael Marder||United States||1,595,000||80|
|6||David Miscikowski||United States||1,315,000||66|
|9||Tyler Hirschfeld||United States||1,130,000||56|
|10||Toby Boas||United States||1,105,000||55|
At day's end, it was Alex Foxen (2,070,000) who bagged the chip lead. Foxen, the well-known pro from New York, has more than $22 million in recorded live tournament earnings.
Foxen led throughout much of the day and secured his place at the top of the leaderboard after a sick bluff against Kitty Kuo and a couple of late-night knockouts. He is still seeking his first WSOP bracelet, but he takes a big advantage into Day 3.
Some of the other notable players to bag up at the end of Day 2 included pros Adrian Mateos (1,465,000) and Felipe Ramos (970,000), poker commentator Jeff Platt (790,000), Alexandros Theologis (695,000), and Kyriakos Papadopoulos (610,000).
Those who fell during the day include Raj Vohra. He took down his maiden bracelet late Monday night. Vohra managed to drill a two-outer to double early, but he did not find a bag. Shannon Shorr also found some early run good, but did not advance to Day 3.
Other notables to bust a bullet included Mustapha Kanit, Alexandre Reard, Manig Loeser, Qui Nguyen, and poker commentators Nick Schulman, Tony Dunst, Brent Hanks, and Maria Ho.
Follow all the PokerNews live updates through the conclusion of this event, as well as our continuing coverage of the 2022 WSOP from its new home at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas.
|Bally's||653||1||Niall Farrell||United Kingdom||1,610,000||81|
|Bally's||653||2||Benjamin Dobson||United Kingdom||835,000||42|
|Bally's||653||4||Daniel Sepiol||United States||405,000||20|
|Bally's||653||5||Christina Gollins||United States||190,000||10|
|Bally's||653||6||Andrew Kim||United States||245,000||12|
|Bally's||653||8||Alex Foxen||United States||2,070,000||104|
|Bally's||653||9||Sung Joo Hyun||South Korea||470,000||24|
|Bally's||660||1||Bin Liu||United States||505,000||25|
|Bally's||660||5||David Miscikowski||United States||1,315,000||66|
|Bally's||660||6||Jeffrey Platt||United States||790,000||40|
|Bally's||660||7||Matthew Bode||United States||595,000||30|
|Bally's||660||9||Patrick Stacey||South Africa||260,000||13|
|Bally's||661||2||David Tovmasyan||United States||240,000||12|
|Bally's||661||3||Barry Hutter||United States||585,000||29|
|Bally's||661||6||Hui Kuo||United States||650,000||33|
|Bally's||668||1||Michel Turner||United States||410,000||21|
|Bally's||668||2||Nathan Russler||United States||815,000||41|
|Bally's||668||3||Mario Navarro||United Kingdom||470,000||24|
|Bally's||668||4||Johnnie Moreno||United States||280,000||14|
|Bally's||668||6||Stephen Song||United States||465,000||23|
|Bally's||668||7||Greg Jennings||United States||770,000||39|
|Bally's||669||1||Filipp Khavin||United States||790,000||40|
|Bally's||669||2||Justin Zaki||United States||925,000||46|
|Bally's||669||3||Robert Reed||United States||360,000||18|
|Bally's||669||4||Qing Liu||United States||585,000||29|
|Bally's||669||5||Andrew Ostapchenko||United States||635,000||32|
|Bally's||669||7||Joey Weissman||United States||645,000||32|
|Bally's||669||9||Jeffrey Tomlinson||United States||370,000||19|
|Bally's||674||1||Shawn Moore||United States||45,000||2|
|Bally's||674||3||Eric Baldwin||United States||620,000||31|
|Bally's||674||5||Nicholas Dolen||United States||725,000||36|
|Bally's||674||6||Yohwan Lim||South Korea||400,000||20|
|Bally's||674||7||Kenneth Stacy||United States||755,000||38|
|Bally's||674||8||Tyler Hirschfeld||United States||1,130,000||57|
|Bally's||674||9||Florian Duta||United Kingdom||700,000||35|
|Bally's||675||1||Eric Blair||United States||480,000||24|
|Bally's||675||2||Yi Wei Peng||Taiwan||805,000||40|
|Bally's||675||4||Michael Scarborough (OH)||United States||1,080,000||54|
|Bally's||675||5||Carlos Villamarin||United States||745,000||37|
|Bally's||675||6||Cheang Kit Yoo||United States||430,000||22|
|Bally's||675||7||Jacob Ferro||United States||935,000||47|
|Bally's||675||8||Rodney Turvin||United States||325,000||16|
|Bally's||675||9||Scott Tuttle||United States||660,000||33|
|Bally's||680||1||Matthew Lambrecht||United States||635,000||32|
|Bally's||680||3||Brock Wilson||United States||775,000||39|
|Bally's||680||4||Kyle Cannarlie||United States||85,000||4|
|Bally's||680||6||Adekunle Olonoh||United States||535,000||27|
|Bally's||680||8||Toby Boas||United States||1,105,000||55|
|Bally's||681||2||Chi Chen||United States||555,000||28|
|Bally's||681||3||Aaron Massey||United States||470,000||24|
|Bally's||681||4||Brian Borst||United States||130,000||7|
|Bally's||681||5||JJ Liu||United States||245,000||12|
|Bally's||681||6||Michael Marder||United States||1,595,000||80|
|Bally's||681||7||Benjamin Palmer||United States||285,000||14|
|Bally's||681||8||Jared Ingles||United States||730,000||37|
|Bally's||681||9||Kevin Stevens||United States||305,000||15|
The clock has been paused and the last few hands of the night are being dealt before bagging and tagging.
The board shows 77 players remaining. All returning players will come back on Friday, June 10 at noon for Day 3.
The following players were all eliminated in the money today. Check the payouts tab for detailed information about the prizes.
There was already about 300,000 in the middle on the turn when Alex Foxen bet what looked like 155,000 and Kitty Kuo called.
The river was the and Kuo checked. Foxen eyed his opponent before moving all-in for about 1,000,000 effective.
Kuo went into the tank but ultimately folded to preserve her 550,000 in chips.
Foxen showed the table ace-high as he extended his chip lead in the final level of the night.
Action was picked up on the turn with 410,000 in the middle and showing. Ankush Mandavia was heads up against Stefan Lehner, and Mandavia bet 150,000 from late position after Lehner checked it to him.
Lehner thought for a minute, and called.
The final card was and Lehner checked again to Mandavia. After some consideration Mandavia decided to check, and both players were waiting for the other to show first.
Lehner tabled for top pair, and Mandavia was just behind with , and held his cards for a moment before dropping them on the felt.
It was one of the biggest pots of the tournament thus far, vaulting Lehner to one of the top spots on the chip leaderboard.