2023 World Series of Poker

Event #68: $1,000 Super Turbo Bounty
Day: 1
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
500,000 / 1,000,000
Players Info - Day 1
Players Left

$1,000 Super Turbo Bounty Requires a Second Day; Schroeder leads Final Nine

Level 33 : Blinds 150,000/300,000, 600,000 ante
Gabriel Schroeder
Gabriel Schroeder

What was scheduled to be a one-day event has yet to conclude with the winner of Event #68: $1,000 Super Turbo Bounty at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas remaining undecided. After 32 levels of play, the floor made the decision to bag and tag the remaining nine players who will return on June 30 and play down to a champion.

Day 1 saw a field of 2,854 entries generating a prize pool of $2,513,360, of which 424 players were paid. The bubble burst, securing all remaining players a minimum cash of $1,062, while they all had their eyes firmly set on the grand prize of $228,632. In addition to their payout, each player was entitled to a $300 dollar bounty for every opponent they eliminated from the tournament.

Throughout the day, many notable names tried their luck at what was one of the WSOP’s fastest-structured events, including David Peters, Shannon Shorr, and Maria Ho. Of those to make the money included Benny Glaser, Chris Moorman and Joe Cada who had a deep run finishing 112th.

$1,000 Super Turbo Bounty FInal Table Seat Draw

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Andy BlackIreland2,600,0009
2Gabriel SchroederBrazil13,675,00046
3Joel WertheimerUnited States4,125,00014
4Elson LimaUnited States9,000,00030
5Jordan JayneUnited States12,100,00040
6Daniel LoweryUnited States6,525,00022
7Ryan GoindooTrinidad & Tobago3,000,00010
8Jonathan AkibaUnited States2,475,0008
9Jose BritoPortugal3,750,00013

As the players bagged for the night, the chip leader looked to be Gabriel Schroeder from Brazil, who is taking through 13,675,000 to start this final table. The short stack is Jonathan Akiba, who bagged 2,475,000 for the restart tomorrow. Although, Akiba is not alone at the bottom of the chip counts as this fast-paced structure ensured both Jose Brito and Andy Black are coming in with below 15 big blind stacks.

Of the finalists, Black and Daniel Lowery have the most decorated line of success throughout their poker careers, however of the remaining nine players, a win tomorrow would secure a career-first WSOP gold bracelet for all of them.

The action will resume at 2:00 p.m. local time on June 30 at the Horseshoe Feature tables. Play will resume with Level 33 at blinds of 150,000/300,000 with 600,000 big blind ante. They will play through 20 minutes levels until a winner is decided.

Stay with PokerNews for all the latest updates as we crown a winner in this event.

Tags: Andy BlackBenny GlaserChris MoormanDaniel LoweryDavid PetersGabriel SchroederJoe CadaJonathan AkibaJose BritoMaria HoShannon Shorr