Event #70: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event World Championship
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Event #70: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event World Championship
Day 1b Completed

Patrick Hagenlocher Bags The Lead on Day 1b of the Main Event at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas

NicholasBaltz • Level 5: Blinds 300-600, 600 ante
Patrick Hagenlocher
Patrick Hagenlocher

Play was slow and steady on Day 1b of the Main Event at the 2022 World Series of Poker.

The marquee $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em World Championship event saw another slew of top players from around the globe. There were a total of 880 entries on Day 1b, with 634 advancing to Day 2. This brings the total number of entries so far to 1,780.

Atop the leaderboard is Patrick Hagenlocher (332,800) from Queens, New York. He has $87,082 in recorded earnings but he could be looking at a much bigger payday if his pace continues. He said he was in shock and gave a shout-out to his wife and daughter back home. He also wanted to dedicate this tournament to his other daughter Izzy, who passed away a few years ago.

"I feel like it could be (destiny)," he said. "This is my third time playing the main event. The furthest I went was deep in Day 3."

Event #70: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event Day 1B Top 10 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Patrick HagenlocherUnited States332,800416
2Matthias KribbenGermany268,100335
3Julien LoireFrance254,100318
4Daniel ZogmanUnited States253,100316
5Linglin ZengChina239,900300
6Ognjen SekularecCroatia223,200279
7Guilherme GarciaBrazil217,500272
8Paul MichaelisGermany213,700267
9Caleb HensonUnited States213,000266
10Phuoc NguyenUnited States205,000256
Sylvain Loosli
Sylvain Loosli finished fourth in the 2013 WSOP Main Event

Some of those who took their seat and bagged included international players Asi Moshe (119,200) from Isreal, Andre Akkari (126,600) from Brazil, and Frenchmen Francois Pirault (115,000) and Sylvain Loosli (99,600).

Wendeen Eolis, who was the first woman ever to cash in the Main Event back in 1986 for 25th place, took her seat today. She bagged a healthy stack of 90,200.

Two former NFL greats Lincoln Kennedy and Antoine Winfield took to the felt. They each found a bag with Kennedy at 53,300 and Winfield at 14,000.

Neil Blumenfield (39,000) also found a bag. He's no stranger to the Main Event as he finished third back in 2015 for more than $3,000,000.

There was also a change to the Main Event schedule. Due to a large turnout expected on 1d, the surviving players of flights A, B, and C will now join to play on 2ABC.

Some of those who busted included Kristen and Alex Foxen, Leo Margets of Spain, Chance Kornuth, Julien Martini, Joe Serock, and Robert Cowen.

The players who survived the day will return on July 7 for Day 2abc Stay tuned to PokerNews as another group of Main Event hopefuls will fire on July 5 for Day 1c at 11 a.m. local time.

Tags: Alex FoxenAlex RomeroAndre AkkariAntoine WinfieldAsi MosheChance KornuthFrancois PiraultJeffrey LisandroJoe SerockJulien MartiniLeo MargetsLincoln KennedyNeil BlumenfieldPatrick HagenlocherRobert CowenSylvain LoosliWendeen Eolis

2022 WSOP Main Event Day 1b Chip Counts (full)

NicholasBaltz • Level 5: Blinds 300-600, 600 ante
Patrick Hagenlocher us
Patrick Hagenlocher
us 332,800 -32,200
Matthias Kribben de
Matthias Kribben
de 268,100 8,100
Julien Loire fr
Julien Loire
fr 254,100 89,100
Daniel Zogman US
Daniel Zogman
US 253,100 52,100
Linglin Zeng cn
Linglin Zeng
cn 239,900 -65,100
Ognjen Sekularac rs
Ognjen Sekularac
rs 223,200 49,200
Guilherme Garcia BR
Guilherme Garcia
BR 217,500 217,500
Paul Michaelis de
Paul Michaelis
de 213,700 213,700
Caleb Henson US
Caleb Henson
US 213,000 213,000
Phuoc Nguyen us
Phuoc Nguyen
us 205,000 205,000
Gavin Munroe us
Gavin Munroe
us 204,900 204,900
Simon Burns gb
Simon Burns
gb 203,900 95,300
David Fong us
David Fong
us 201,100 71,100
Roman Hrabec cz
Roman Hrabec
cz 194,400 194,400
B.W. Garrett us
B.W. Garrett
us 188,500 188,500
Atif Chaudry US
Atif Chaudry
US 187,700 27,700
Yuebin Guo us
Yuebin Guo
us 187,500 187,500
Jason Emanuel us
Jason Emanuel
us 187,000 187,000
Joseph Neiman us
Joseph Neiman
us 186,300 186,300
Jordan Jayne us
Jordan Jayne
us 183,800 61,800
Kyle Collins us
Kyle Collins
us 182,900 182,900
Hayato Kitajima jp
Hayato Kitajima
jp 180,100 180,100
Nick DiVella us
Nick DiVella
us 176,800 56,800
Iakov Onuchin ru
Iakov Onuchin
ru 176,500 176,500
Mikhail Prokopchuk US
Mikhail Prokopchuk
US 173,600 -41,400

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Last Hands of the Night

NicholasBaltz • Level 5: Blinds 300-600, 600 ante

The clock has been paused and the last hands of the night will be dealt before bagging and tagging.

Davies Lets It Go

Cottrellmkw • Level 5: Blinds 300-600, 600 ante

A player opened to 1,800 from early position and was called by Seth Davies on the button.

Both players checked through the {a-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}{a-Spades} flop to see the {9-Hearts} turn where the early position player led out for 2,500. Davies called to send the two players to the river.

On the {5-Diamonds} river the early position player bet 6,000 and Davies instantly mucked to put a small dent in his still large stack.

Seth Davies us
Seth Davies
us 132,000 16,000

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Winfield Secures Short-Stacked Double

BrandonBloom • Level 5: Blinds 300-600, 600 ante
Antoine Winfield
Antoine Winfield

Former NFL star and three-time Pro Bowl cornerback Antoine Winfield had gotten his remaining 6,700 chips in from the cutoff and was at risk of elimination against a player in early position.

Antoine Winfield: {7-Spades}{7-Diamonds}
Opponent: {a-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}

Winfield was looking to win the flip, and the board ran out {10-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{6-Hearts}{6-Diamonds}{9-Spades} to secure his double-up and keep him in contention for the gold bracelet.

Antoine Winfield US
Antoine Winfield
US 14,900 8,200

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Zeng Gets There to Amass More

jeffmcmillan • Level 5: Blinds 300-600, 600 ante

The flop read {9-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}. Linglin Zeng bet 2,600. She was raised all in by Leo Whitt to about 32,000. Zeng thought for a bit before saying "Alright I'll gamble with you" and called.

Leo Whitt: {j-Spades}{j-Hearts}
Linglin Zheng: {a-Clubs}{10-Clubs}

Whitt was already standing up as the turn stayed safe for him when the {8-Hearts} came off. But the river did not stay safe as the {q-Clubs} binked off to send him out the door and give Zeng another haul to her growing stack.

Linglin Zeng cn
Linglin Zeng
cn 305,000 305,000
Leo Whitt us
Leo Whitt
us Busted

Tags: Leo WhittLinglin ZengZeng Gets There

Scully Rivers a Flush

mattohalloran • Level 5: Blinds 300-600, 600 ante

Action was picked up with {3-Hearts}{9-Clubs}{a-Clubs}{8-Spades}{q-Clubs} on the table and around 25,000 in the pot. Ryan Scully, the small blind had fired for 12,000, putting the action on his opponent in the hijack.

"These dealers are killing me today!" his opponent had exclaimed when the {q-Clubs} hit the felt on the river, loud enough to be heard several tables away. He shared his disgust at a club.

"So you put me on a club draw?" Scully asked.

"Either ace three or clubs — one or the other." After much deliberation, the opponent put in the call, already frustrated at the prospect of losing the pot. He turned over {a-Spades}{9-Spades} for two pair, and Scully showed him {3-Clubs}{5-Clubs}, just as he had predicted, giving Scully the flush. His opponent got up and walked away to cool off a bit, as Scully stacked up his new chips.

Ryan Scully us
Ryan Scully
us 120,000 25,000

Tags: Ryan Scully