2022 World Series of Poker

Event #23: $3,000 Limit Hold'em 6-Handed
Day: 1
Event Info

2022 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
50,000 / 100,000
Players Info - Day 1
Players Left

Event #23: $3,000 Limit Hold'em 6-Handed

Day 1 Completed

Daniel Vampan Bags Big at the End of Day 1 in Event #23: $3,000 6-Handed Limit Hold'em

Level 10 : 2,000/4,000, 0 ante
Daniel Vampan
Daniel Vampan

Day 1 of Event #23: $3,000 Limit Hold'em 6-Handed has just ended and saw a total of 213 players take to the felt. After ten hour-long levels of play, 93 remain, with Daniel Vampan leading the charge after bagging 217,500 chips, closely followed by Japanese player Ruiko Mamiya with 207,000.

Vampan has racked up seven total cashes thus far in World Series of Poker events. He is still seeking to catch his first-ever WSOP gold bracelet and surpass his biggest WSOP money prize when he finished in 69th place in the 2018 $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em MILLIONAIRE MAKER for $14,944.

Event #23: $3,000 Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Top 10 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Daniel VampanUnited States217,50087
2Phuong NguyenUnited States210,00084
3Ruiko MamiyaJapan207,00083
4Bin DuanUnited States193,00077
5Joao VieiraPortugal176,00070
6Motoyoshi OkamuraUnited States161,00064
7Jameson PainterUnited States160,00064
8Lyly VoUnited States160,00064
9William SmithUnited States151,00060
10Timothy EbenhoehUnited States151,00060

Some other big stacks to end Day 1 include the 2021 $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha - 8 Handed champion Okamura Motoyoshi (161,000), bracelet winner Joao Vieira (176,500), Gabe Ramos (140,000), Jacob Ferro (130,5000) and John Hoang (149,500), who finished in seventh place in this very event last year. The defending champion, Ryan Hansen, also managed to find a bag at the end of the day with 64,500 in chips and is ready to battle for his title tomorrow.

Other notables to look out for on Day 2 include five-time WSOP bracelet winner Shaun Deeb (107,000), Matt Woodward (102,500), Matthew Schreiber (95,000), Christina Hill (90,500), Robert Campbell (76,000) and Argentinian player Nacho Barbero with a short stack of 39,000.

Some unfortunate players to bust out here on Day 1 included Main Event Champion Joe MacKeehen, Mike ‘The Mouth’ Matusow, David Baker, Nick Schulman and four-time bracelet winner Anthony Zinno. Six-time WSOP winner Daniel Negreanu and four-time WSOP champion Scott Seiver joined the field at the very end of the late registration but busted in less than 40 minutes of play.

The tournament director announced a total prize pool of $568,710 at the end of the day, with a top prize of $142,147 for the winner along with a prestigious bracelet. A total of 32 players will reach the money on Day 2, with a min-cash worth $4,939.

The action resumes at 2 p.m. PT on Sunday inside Bally’s, where the players will continue to battle for the gold. Blinds will begin at 1,500/2,500, and the plan is to complete ten levels, with a 15-minute break every two levels.

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Tags: Anthony ZinnoChristina HillDaniel NegreanuDaniel VampanDavid BakerGabe RamosJoao VieiraJohn HoangMatthew SchreiberNacho BarberoNick SchulmanRobert CampbellRuiko MamiyaRyan HansenScott SeiverShaun Deeb

Seat Draw For Day 2

Level 10 : 2,000/4,000, 0 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Bally's6461Aditya PrasetyoUnited States110,00044
Bally's6462Matthew LichtieUnited States57,00023
Bally's6463Jeremy AusmusUnited States59,00024
Bally's6464Mavrick YooUnited States10
Bally's6465Jacob FerroUnited States130,50052
Bally's6466John CampbellUnited States96,00038
Bally's6471John HoangUnited States149,50060
Bally's6472Greg MuellerCanada66,00026
Bally's6473Andrew BrownUnited States119,50048
Bally's6474Christina HillUnited States90,50036
Bally's6475Robert Campbell (AU)Australia76,00030
Bally's6476Punnat PunsriThailand78,50031
Bally's6481Nathan BaumUnited States47,00019
Bally's6482Lyly VoUnited States160,00064
Bally's6483Shaun DeebUnited States107,00043
Bally's6484Dale BurnerUnited States90,00036
Bally's6485Joseph AntarAustria23,0009
Bally's6486Jason BawadiUnited States100,00040
Bally's6491Alex TorryUnited States31,00012
Bally's6492Christopher HartmanUnited States82,00033
Bally's6493Jason YeungUnited States12,0005
Bally's6494Zachary GrechUnited States119,00048
Bally's6495Kim WittendorffDenmark29,00012
Bally's6496Brian HastingsUnited States63,00025
Bally's6541Diego CordovezUnited States31,50013
Bally's6542Matthew RosenUnited States44,50018
Bally's6543Brett NewtonUnited States73,50029
Bally's6544Gabe RamosUnited States140,00056
Bally's6545Joao VieiraPortugal176,00070
Bally's6546Maxx ColemanUnited States46,00018
Bally's6551DID NOT REPORT 120,00048
Bally's6552Andrew KelsallUnited States80,00032
Bally's6553Jesse LonisUnited States99,50040
Bally's6554Justin PechieUnited States62,50025
Bally's6555Koray AldemirAustria55,00022
Bally's6556Jameson PainterUnited States160,00064
Bally's6561James CrowshawCanada10
Bally's6562Greg GarabedianUnited States41,00016
Bally's6563Robert StevanovskiUnited States64,50026
Bally's6564Louis WermanUnited States52,50021
Bally's6565Mark BassalyUnited States129,50052
Bally's6566Ruiko MamiyaJapan207,00083
Bally's6572Michael RoccoUnited States108,00043
Bally's6573Daniel VampanUnited States217,50087
Bally's6574Jeffrey BensonUnited States65,00026
Bally's6575John BunchUnited States70,50028
Bally's6576Jerrod AnkenmanUnited States105,00042
Bally's6621Takashi OguraJapan147,50059
Bally's6622Ryan HansenUnited States64,50026
Bally's6623Louis HillmanUnited States131,00052
Bally's6624Madhan AnandanUnited States80,50032
Bally's6625Robert ComoUnited States122,50049
Bally's6626Raymond HensonUnited States93,50037
Bally's6631Mike LancasterUnited States105,50042
Bally's6632Matt SzymaszekUnited States23,0009
Bally's6633Brian KimUnited States10
Bally's6634Tom McCormickUnited States70,00028
Bally's6635Kevin EricksonUnited States133,50053
Bally's6636Thanh CaoUnited States82,00033
Bally's6641Rafael LebronUnited States26,50011
Bally's6642Eric FroehlichUnited States87,00035
Bally's6643Matthew MortensenUnited States149,50060
Bally's6644Qinghai PanUnited States79,50032
Bally's6645Timothy EbenhoehUnited States151,00060
Bally's6646Mike Schneider (MN)United States52,50021
Bally's6651Motoyoshi OkamuraJapan161,00064
Bally's6652Ian JohnsUnited States96,50039
Bally's6653William SmithUnited States151,00060
Bally's6654Bin DuanUnited States193,00077
Bally's6656Jacob PowersUnited States125,00050
Bally's6701Erik LopezUnited States10
Bally's6702John CavanaghUnited States80,00032
Bally's6703Noah BronsteinUnited States56,50023
Bally's6704Glenn CozenUnited States116,50047
Bally's6705John LorgeUnited States10
Bally's6711Hasan KuralUnited States74,00030
Bally's6712Matthew WoodwardUnited States102,50041
Bally's6713Anh Van NguyenCanada75,00030
Bally's6714William BlandaUnited States62,00025
Bally's6715Phuong NguyenUnited States210,00084
Bally's6716Bryce YockeyUnited States32,50013
Bally's6761Daniel DangoorUnited States129,50052
Bally's6762Matthew SchreiberUnited States95,00038
Bally's6763David SlowikUnited States95,00038
Bally's6764Justin MoellerUnited States16,5007
Bally's6765Dave TobinUnited States32,50013
Bally's6766Yosif NawabiUnited States10,5004
Bally's6771Jose Ignacio BarberoArgentina39,00016
Bally's6772Bin WengUnited States43,50017
Bally's6773Kenny SheiUnited States82,50033
Bally's6774Brent MutterUnited States70,50028
Bally's6775Rajaee WazwazUnited States91,00036
Bally's6776Amir TurkzadehUnited States68,50027

Official End-of-Day Chip Counts (full)

Level 10 : 2,000/4,000, 0 ante
Player Chips Progress
Daniel Vampan us
Daniel Vampan
Day 1 Chip Leader
Phuong Nguyen us
Phuong Nguyen
210,000 210,000
Ruiko Mamiya jp
Ruiko Mamiya
Bin Duan us
Bin Duan
193,000 193,000
Joao Vieira pt
Joao Vieira
176,000 -500
Winamax Team Pro
WSOP 3X Winner
Motoyoshi Okamura jp
Motoyoshi Okamura
161,000 161,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Lyly Vo us
Lyly Vo
160,000 160,000
Jameson Painter us
Jameson Painter
160,000 94,500
Timothy Ebenhoeh us
Timothy Ebenhoeh
William Smith us
William Smith
Matthew Mortensen us
Matthew Mortensen
149,500 149,500
John Hoang us
John Hoang
Takashi Ogura jp
Takashi Ogura
147,500 147,500
Gabe Ramos us
Gabe Ramos
Kevin Erickson us
Kevin Erickson
133,500 133,500
Louis Hillman us
Louis Hillman
131,000 131,000
Jacob Ferro us
Jacob Ferro
Mark Bassaly us
Mark Bassaly
129,500 75,000
Daniel Dangoor us
Daniel Dangoor
129,500 129,500
Jacob Powers us
Jacob Powers
125,000 125,000
Robert Como us
Robert Como
WSOP 1X Winner
120,000 120,000
Andrew Brown us
Andrew Brown
119,500 23,500
Zachary Grech us
Zachary Grech
119,000 119,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Glenn Cozen us
Glenn Cozen

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End-of-Day Selected Chip Counts

Level 10 : 2,000/4,000, 0 ante
Player Chips Progress
Daniel Vampan us
Daniel Vampan
Day 1 Chip Leader
Ruiko Mamiya jp
Ruiko Mamiya
207,000 -17,000
Joao Vieira pt
Joao Vieira
176,500 46,500
Winamax Team Pro
WSOP 3X Winner
Okamura Motoyoshi jp
Okamura Motoyoshi
161,000 161,000
John Hoang us
John Hoang
149,500 106,500
Gabe Ramos us
Gabe Ramos
Jacob Ferro us
Jacob Ferro
130,500 -31,500
Robert Como us
Robert Como
122,500 35,500
WSOP 1X Winner
Glenn Cozen us
Glenn Cozen
116,500 48,500
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
107,000 79,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Matt Woodward us
Matt Woodward
102,500 2,500
Jason Badawi us
Jason Badawi
100,000 55,000
Matthew Schreiber us
Matthew Schreiber
95,000 3,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Christina Hill us
Christina Hill
90,500 10,500
Robert Campbell au
Robert Campbell
76,000 -9,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Ryan Hansen us
Ryan Hansen
64,500 -30,500
WSOP 1X Winner
Nacho Barbero
Nacho Barbero
39,000 -36,000

Mamiya Tops the Counts

Level 10 : 2,000/4,000, 0 ante

In a blind-versus-blind situation, the small blind raised and Ruiko Mamiya made the call.

The dealer brought a flop {j-Spades}{3-Hearts}{7-Spades} and Mamiya called her opponent's bet. When the {k-Spades} appeared on the turn, the small blind sent another bet but folded after Mamiya decided to raise it.

Player Chips Progress
Ruiko Mamiya jp
Ruiko Mamiya
224,000 224,000

Tags: Ruiko Mamiya

Vieira Chips Up on Ferro

Level 10 : 2,000/4,000, 0 ante

Jacob Ferro raised in the cutoff and Joao Viera decided to re-raise in the small blind, which was called by Ferro.

The dealer showed a flop {k-Spades}{2-Clubs}{q-Hearts} and Ferro called another bet from Vieira. On the {3-Clubs} turn, Vieira bet again and faced a re-raise from Ferro. After a minute, Vieira called.

The river was the {a-Hearts} and Vieira bet, followed by a call from Ferro. The latter announced ace-queen for two pair but mucked his cards when Vieira tabled {j-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds} for the straight.

Player Chips Progress
Jacob Ferro us
Jacob Ferro
162,000 -48,000
Joao Vieira pt
Joao Vieira
130,000 20,000
Winamax Team Pro
WSOP 3X Winner

Tags: Joao Viera