Day 3 Completed
Day 3 Completed
Barry Hutter Leads at End of Day 3 in Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop
Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em at the 2022 World Series of Poker at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas is close to reaching its conclusion. While 5,702 players started the tournament, with 319 players showing up for Day 3, only 41 players have found a bag and will be returning on Tuesday for exciting Day 4 action.
The chip leader is WSOP bracelet winner Barry Hutter who started the day with 1,590,000 and ran up his stack to 14,075,000. Hutter, who is currently 172nd on the all-time money list, won the $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout at the 2015 World Series of Poker and is looking to add a second bracelet to his collection.
Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Barry Hutter||United States||14,075,000||94|
|2||Christina Gollins||United States||14,000,000||93|
|3||Boris Akopov||United States||12,600,000||84|
|4||Ryan Riess||United States||10,425,000||70|
|6||Andrew Dubuque||United States||9,575,000||64|
|8||Salah Nimer||United States||8,475,000||58|
|9||Ronnie Ballantyne||United Kingdom||7,800,000||52|
|10||Joon Kim||United States||7,575,000||51|
Other players who bagged big at the end of the day include Event #61: Ladies No-Limit Hold'em Championship final tableist Christina Gollins (14,000,000), Boris Akopov (12,600,000), and Main Event champion Ryan Riess (10,425,000).
Gollins was more than happy with her play on Monday and said she minimized her risks in order to amass her massive stack.
“I think I played pretty well. I didn’t really have to win flips today because I played out most of my hands. I tried not to flip, actually. I waited for spots, I was super patient all day, and I took advantage when I saw the opportunity.”
Notables who will be advancing include WSOP bracelet winner Joon Kim (7,575,000), Mateusz Moolhuizen (2,675,000), and Lily Kiletto (525,000).
A bunch of big names who were hoping to add to their respective legacies were eliminated on Day 3, including Francis Anderson, David Williams, Chris Moneymaker, Joao Simao, Andrew Moreno, Blair Hinkle, and Anson Tsang.
Action will resume on Tuesday, July 12th, at 12 p.m. local time. They will play down to five players with a 15-minute break every two levels and a 60-minute dinner break after Level 36 at approximately 6:30 p.m. Blinds will start at 100,000/150,000 with a 150,000 big blind ante.
Stay tuned to PokerNews for continuing live coverage of each and every event here at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.
Seat Draw For Day 4
|Bally's||646||2||Steve Karp||United States||2,225,000||15|
|Bally's||646||3||Ronnie Ballantyne||United Kingdom||7,800,000||52|
|Bally's||646||4||Christopher Dow||United States||2,350,000||16|
|Bally's||646||5||Salah Nimer||United States||8,475,000||57|
|Bally's||646||6||Ahmed Karrim||South Africa||7,400,000||49|
|Bally's||646||7||Lily Kiletto||United States||525,000||4|
|Bally's||646||8||Andrew Robinson||United States||4,100,000||27|
|Bally's||646||9||Neal Liptak||United States||3,225,000||22|
|Bally's||647||1||Andre Cohen Santos||Portugal||3,000,000||20|
|Bally's||647||2||Mohammed Jaafar||United States||4,950,000||33|
|Bally's||647||3||Bryan Kim||United States||4,225,000||28|
|Bally's||647||4||Boris Akopov||United States||12,600,000||84|
|Bally's||647||5||Andrew Dubuque||United States||9,575,000||64|
|Bally's||647||6||Basel Chaura||United States||2,725,000||18|
|Bally's||647||7||William Koenig||United States||1,425,000||10|
|Bally's||647||9||Niklas Warlich||United States||10,075,000||67|
|Bally's||654||1||Vineet Pahuja||United States||3,075,000||21|
|Bally's||654||2||Sumeet Wayachal||United States||4,180,000||28|
|Bally's||654||3||Joon Kim||United States||7,575,000||51|
|Bally's||654||4||Michael Thach||United States||3,275,000||22|
|Bally's||654||5||Seyed Jafari||United States||2,000,000||13|
|Bally's||654||7||Ryan Riess||United States||10,425,000||70|
|Bally's||654||8||Brian Vazquez||United States||6,175,000||41|
|Bally's||655||1||Ryan Phan||United States||1,925,000||13|
|Bally's||655||2||Michael Stephenson||United States||5,500,000||37|
|Bally's||655||3||Barry Hutter||United States||14,075,000||94|
|Bally's||655||9||Rio Fujita||United States||5,050,000||34|
|Bally's||662||1||Christina Gollins||United States||14,000,000||93|
|Bally's||662||2||Thai Dinh||United States||3,200,000||21|
|Bally's||662||6||Aaron Gunn||United States||5,100,000||34|
|Bally's||662||7||Gurpreet Sin Lubana||Canada||4,000,000||27|
|Bally's||662||8||Tony Gordy||United States||6,100,000||41|
|Bally's||662||9||Mike Allis||United States||5,500,000||37|
Did Alejandro Lococo Pull Off Best WSOP Main Event Bluff Since Moneymaker?
PokerStars ambassador Alejandro Lococo, aka "Papo MC," made one of the greatest bluffs you'll ever see in the World Series of Poker Main Event Monday night.
Lococo, an Argentinian freestyle rapper with 2.8 million Instagram followers, is attempting to return to the Main Event final table after finishing in seventh place for $1,225,000 last year.
Official End of Night Chip Counts (full)
Four More Hands
Tournament staff has announced that four more hands will be played before the players bag up for the night.
Dubuque Gets Paid on Big River Bet with Second Pair
With around 2,800,000 in the pot on a board, Andrew Dubuque bet 1,500,000.
Liran Betito pondered his decision for over 90 seconds before he called.
Dubuque turned over and stared anxiously at Betito, who tossed his cards into the muck, which caused Dubuque to punch the air in excitement as he took his stack to over eight million.
Pahuja Mistakenly Tanks for Pay Jump
Vineet Pahuja raised to 1,600,000 from the small blind, leaving himself just a small handful of small denomination chips behind just in case.
Rodolfo Romeira then moved all in for more to potentially put Pahuja all in if he tossed in those remaining chips.
Pahuja, who later said he thought a pay jump was coming, as 46 players were shown on the tournament clock, but in actuality, the next pay jump would be at 44 players, stalled, not committing the final chips until after several minutes and the clock being called on him.
As the floorman counted down from five seconds, Puhuja tossed in the chips and frustratedly tabled , while Romero showed .
Pahuja began to pack up his belongings, but a deuce in the window of the flop was on the verge of bailing him out. The came on the turn, and the river brought the , keeping Pahuja's deuces ahead to take the pot and keep his night alive.
Layne Flack Selected as 2022 Poker Hall of Fame Inductee
The late great Layne Flack, who passed away last year, was selected as the 2022 Poker Hall of Fame inductee during a Hall of Fame bounty event at the WSOP on Sunday afternoon.
"Back-to-Back" Flack beat out nine other talented nominees, all of whom are also deserving of the honor. The list of close calls include Matt Savage, Josh Arieh, Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, Kathy Liebert, Mike Matusow, Norman Chad & Lon McEachern, Michael Mizrachi, Brian Rast, and Isai Scheinberg.
Tournier Outkicks Dow Trips vs. Trips, Earns Full Double to Five Million
With roughly 2,300,000 in the middle on the board, Christopher Dow checked from the big blind over to Laurie Tournier in middle position, who went all in for 1,485,000.
Dow went into the take for around two minutes before puffing out his cheeks and finally making the call.
Tournier flipped over and Dow flashed the before exposing the , giving Tournier the full double and sending her to over five million.