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2022 World Series of Poker

Event #25: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack
Dias: 1
Event Info

2022 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
2,500,000 / 5,000,000
Informações sobre o torneio - Dia 1
Jogadores em jogo

Day 1 of Event #25: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack is Done, 240 Players Come Back To Play For $358,346

Nível 22 : 10,000/25,000, 25,000 ante
Melanie Weisner
Melanie Weisner

Event #25: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Day 1 of has wrapped up here at the 2022 World Series of Poker. Only 240 of the starting field of 4,062 entrants remain in contention for a slice of the $2,859,648 prize pool. First place pays $358,346, a healthy return on an $800 investment.

The overnight chip lead was bagged by Ahmed Nimer, who was the only player to amass over two million in chips (2,385,000). The top three is rounded out by Alexander Tafesh (1,915,000) and Zachary Andrews (1,830,000). Bracelet winners Will Givens (1,060,000) and Anatolii Zyrin (1,000,000) bagged a seven-figure stack as well.

Top 10 Chip Counts After Day 1

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Ahmed NimerUnited States2,385,00079
2Alexander TafeshUnited States1,915,00064
3Zachary AndrewsUnited States1,830,00061
4Jeremy JosephUnited States1,740,00058
5Maxime DuhamelCanada1,670,00056
6Ryan AwwadUnited States1,665,00056
7Ranganath KanchiUnited States1,600,00053
8Juan ElizondoUnited States1,480,00049
9Eyyal AltarUnited States1,460,00048
10Gregory WallerusUnited States1,420,00047

Players still in the event have locked up almost three times their investment, $2,222. Among the chip leaders are Canadians Maxime Duhamel, Jeffrey Kennedy and Australia's Adam Kharman. Some other notable names still in the hunts include, Melanie Weisner, Bryan Piccioli and British player Jamie O'Connor.

Shaun Colquhoun was the unfortunate bubble boy. Colquhoun has come close to winning a bracelet this summer already, but he won't be winning one in this event. He was among chip leaders at one stage before everything went south on him.

Colquhoun is kept company on the list of busted players by the likes of Phil Ivey, Michael Mizrachi, Dietrich Fast, Men Nguyen, Chris Moorman, Barney Boatman and Main Event champions Joe Cada and Greg Raymer.

Play will conclude on June 13, with play kicking off at 1:00 p.m. local time and blinds at 15,000/30,000. Players will play at Bally's Ballroom, stay tuned for all the action from the event and all 2022 World Series of Poker events throughout the month.

Colquhoun Is Stone Bubble Boy After Falling From Top 5 Chip Stack

Nível 19 : 6,000/12,000, 12,000 ante
Shaun Colquhoun
Shaun Colquhoun

The charming Shaun Colquhoun, who finished 4th in the 2022 World Series of Poker Event #1: $500 Casino Employees No-Limit Hold'em, came to the PokerNews desk to let us know he had been eliminated on the stone bubble.

After having 850,000 chips earlier in the day, Colquhoun was down to his last 145,000 or so. After Adam White opened in early position, Colquhoun called from the big blind, and the flop came down {k-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}. Colquhoun jammed all-in for around 130,000. White snap-called, and cards were tabled.

Shaun Colquhoun: {10-}{10-}
Adam White: {a-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}

The turn and river didn't help Colquhoun, and he became the unfortunate bubble boy. All players have now locked up $1,280.

Play continues until the end of Level 22 today.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Shaun Colquhoun us
Shaun Colquhoun

Tags: Adam WhiteShaun Colquhoun

Valdez Playing Live and Online WSOP Events At The Same Time

Nível 8 : 500/1,000, 1,000 ante
Fausto Valdez
Fausto Valdez

We found Fausto Valdez and Jonathan Guez all in before the flop. Guez had opened to 2,000 before Fausto three-bet to 6,000. The Frenchman quickly announced all-in for more than 40,000 and Valdez snap called.

Jonathan Guez: {a-Clubs}{k-Spades}
Fausto Valdez: {a-Hearts}{a-Diamonds}

The board came {7-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}{6-Clubs}{6-Hearts} and Jonathan Guez was eliminated.

At the same time, Valdez was playing on his phone, on WSOP.com, and won a big pot win six-high : "One bracelet tomorrow, one bracelet online tonight, I'm gonna win them all!", he said with a big smile.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Fausto Valdez us
Fausto Valdez
92,000 92,000
Jonathan Guez fr
Jonathan Guez

Adam Flushes Away Opponent

Nível 3 : 200/300, 300 ante

Jean Luc Adam was on a flop of {6-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds} from the big blind versus the cutoff. Facing a bet of around 1,000 chips, Adam raised to 2,800.

His opponent called and we went to a turn of {j-Diamonds}. Adam checked to the cutoff, who bet 3,500. Adam didn't take long to call.

The {6-Clubs} river paired the board and again Adam checked to the other play who moved all-in for around 16,000 chips. Adam snapped it off and showed {6-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds} which was good enough to take down the pot and eliminate a player.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Jean-Luc Adam fr
Jean-Luc Adam

Tags: Jean Luc Adam

Update Your Own Chip Count Using the PokerNews MyStack App!

Nível 1 : 100/100, 100 ante

PokerNews has activated the MyStack App for this event, allowing you to directly adjust your chip counts in our live reporting blog using your iPhone or Android phone.

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Event #25: $800 Eight-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Kicks Off Today

Ran Koller
Ran Koller

The 2022 World Series of Poker at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas continues today with Event #25: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack. Play will start at 1:00 p.m. local time as we continue with another great event at the Series.

The current champ is Ran Koller who won the event in 2021 for $269,478. Last year's event drew a prizepool of $1,955,712 from 2,778 entrants. We can expect this years event to do at least as well, as we've been smashing records all month at the years WSOP.

As mentioned, play will kick off at 1:00 p.m. local Pacific time and players will start with 40,000 chips. We will see 30 minute blind levels and 20 minute breaks every 4 levels. 22 levels will also be played today, and a 75 minute break after level 12. This is a two-day event so anyone who does bag chips at the end of the day will come back tomorrow for Day 2.

Stay tuned for more coverage of this event and the entire 2022 World Series of Poker from the PokerNews live reporting team.