Day 3 Completed
Day 3 Completed
At the end of play, only 39 remain of the 271 players who started Day 3. A total of 6,051 entered the tournament between the two starting flights. The remaining players will return for Day 4 to play down to a winner and the coveted gold bracelet in Event #21: $1,500 Monster Stack at the 2022 World Series of Poker at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas.
The entrants generated a prize pool of $8,678,835. First place will receive a payout of $966,577, as well as a gold WSOP bracelet. The 39 remaining players are all guaranteed a payout of at least $25,369.
Event #21: $1,500 Monster Stack Day 3 Top Ten Chip Counts
|Rank||Player||Country||Chip Count||Day 4 Big Blinds|
|2||Frank Lagodich||United States||16,450,000||55|
|3||Anthony Spinella||United States||15,850,000||53|
|5||Francis Anderson||United States||15,300,000||51|
|8||Max Steinberg||United States||12,875,000||43|
|10||Ricardo Eyzaguirre||United States||12,100,000||40|
Yoshiya Agata bagged one of the largest stacks in the room, at 19,475,000. Andrej Senic also bagged a stack of 15,375,000. WSOP bracelet winner Max Steinberg (12,875,000) and Jessica Teusl (12,025,000) are also in the hunt bagging among the largest stacks remaining.
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Day 4 will kick off at 10 a.m. local time with a 15-minute break after every second level. A 60-minute dinner break will occur following Level 39, expected to be around 7:00 p.m. local time.
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|Bally's||676||1||Camille Brown||United States||3,300,000||11|
|Bally's||676||4||Calvin Anderson||United States||9,925,000||33|
|Bally's||676||5||Thomas Mcardle||United States||7,500,000||25|
|Bally's||677||1||Kristen Deardorff||United States||9,350,000||31|
|Bally's||677||2||David Zarrin||United States||4,100,000||14|
|Bally's||677||3||Craig Chait||United States||5,150,000||17|
|Bally's||677||5||Justin Saliba||United States||2,675,000||9|
|Bally's||677||6||Romain Lotti||United States||10,375,000||35|
|Bally's||677||9||Flavio Palalon||United States||4,850,000||16|
|Bally's||678||1||Jeff Lennon||United States||4,600,000||15|
|Bally's||678||2||Robert Gussoni||United States||4,125,000||14|
|Bally's||678||3||John Simonian||United States||8,900,000||30|
|Bally's||678||5||Adam Monaghan||United Kingdom||4,650,000||16|
|Bally's||678||6||Josh Weiss||United States||2,900,000||10|
|Bally's||678||8||Shiva Dudani||United States||4,400,000||15|
|Bally's||679||2||Ricardo Eyzaguirre||United States||12,100,000||40|
|Bally's||679||3||Anthony Spinella||United States||15,850,000||53|
|Bally's||679||5||Max Steinberg||United States||12,875,000||43|
|Bally's||679||6||Mike Jukich||United States||4,225,000||14|
|Bally's||679||7||Ronald Sullivan||United States||5,900,000||20|
|Bally's||679||8||Lawrence Ma||United States||2,100,000||7|
|Bally's||679||9||Jack Corrigan||United States||4,650,000||16|
|Bally's||680||1||Adam Hendrix||United States||1,550,000||5|
|Bally's||680||2||Ankit Ahuja||United States||9,125,000||30|
|Bally's||680||3||Arash Houshmand-Parsi||United States||7,475,000||25|
|Bally's||680||5||Francis Anderson||United States||15,300,000||51|
|Bally's||680||6||Frank Lagodich||United States||16,450,000||55|
|Bally's||680||7||Travis Tachibana||United States||11,125,000||37|
39 players have bagged for Day 4. A full recap will be available shortly.
With just three hands remaining in Day 3, Wooseok Kim open-jammed from early position and John Simonian snap-called from the big blind with just 50,000 fewer than Kim.
Kim received the dream flop to have Simonian drawing to just two outs. Simonian was halfway out the door on the turn.
The river, however, was the sending the table and onlookers into a frenzy while Kim buried his head in his hands.
Though Kim was able to spin up with vs. in the following hand, he was not able to bag as his failed to hold vs. on the last hand of the night.
Anthony Spinella opened under the gun for 650,000 and Mengchao Yu shoved his remaining stack of 2,925,000 from late position.
Spinella thought it over for about 90 seconds before eventually making the call.
Spinella would spike two pair on the flop before the completed the board, sending him to over 20 million and sealing Yu's fate.
Miguel Silva opened for 425,000 from early position and Andrej Senic shoved from the big blind and was covering Silva.
Silva put his stack of 3,300,000 into the middle.
Silva did not find his ace on the board and was eliminated while Senic inherited his chips and moved to over eight million.