Welcome to Day 1 of Event #22: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship here at the 2023 World Series of Poker at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. Last year's event saw Jonathan Cohen take down the title and prestigious gold bracelet, along with his career-best score of $245,678.
Cohen, a Canadian native, is no stranger to these star-studded fields with over $1.3 million in career earnings and will look to defend his title in this years event.
2022 $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship Final Table Results
|PLACE||PLAYER||COUNTRY||PRIZE (IN USD)|
|1||Jonathan Cohen||United States||$245,678|
|2||Kyle Dilschneider||United States||$151,842|
|3||Matthew Schreiber||United States||$107,978|
|4||Matthew Gonzales||United States||$78,435|
|5||Joey Couden||United States||$58,226|
|6||Chad Eveslage||United States||$44,194|
|7||Matt Woodward||United States||$34,314|
|8||Amir Shayesteh||United States||$27,269|
|9||David Litt||United States||$22,192|
Players will start with a stack of 60,000 in chips and the blinds will be 40 minutes in length for the first six levels of play. From level 7-10 they will increase to 60 minutes and the plan is to play 10 levels today. Blinds start at 300/500 and there will be a 15-minute break every two hours.
This event is 3-days and blinds on Day 2 will increase to 90 minutes for the duration of the tournament. A winner will be crowned on Day 3 and the action will be streamed on PokerGo and YouTube with cards-up coverage at the final table.
Be sure to stick with PokerNews for all the Limit Hold'em action and the rest of the events here at the 2023 World Series of Poker.