2022 World Series of Poker

Event #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship
Dias: 4
Event Info

2022 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
1,000,000 / 2,000,000
Informações sobre o torneio - Dia 4
Jogadores em jogo

Event #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship

Dia 4 Iniciado

Seat Draw

Horseshoe 1/1Andres KornArgentina10,550,00042
Horseshoe 1/2Mark PettUnited States8,675,00035
Horseshoe 1/3Jamal SawaqdehUnited States5,400,00022
Horseshoe 1/4Patrick MartorellaUnited States7,000,00028
Horseshoe 1/5Kathy LiebertUnited States21,000,00084
Horseshoe 1/6Valerii LubenetsUkraine175,0001
Horseshoe 1/7Eric SmidingerUnited States15,500,00062
Horseshoe 1/8Alexander HillUnited States12,500,00050
Horseshoe 1/9Jan PetterssonAustralia10,525,00042
Horseshoe 2/1Joseph DagostinoUnited States4,800,00019
Horseshoe 2/2Charles MitchellUnited States5,225,00021
Horseshoe 2/3Ben SarnoffUnited States15,500,00062
Horseshoe 2/4Steven HimebaughUnited States7,025,00028
Horseshoe 2/5Brian BrunnerUnited States5,200,00021
Horseshoe 2/6Biagio MorcianoItaly6,000,00024
Horseshoe 2/7John FonesUnited States2,075,0008
Horseshoe 2/8Danny PanagatosUnited States4,150,00017
Horseshoe 2/9Domenico ScalamognaCanada6,350,00025

The Final 18 Players to Battle for Glory on Day 4 of Event #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship No-Limit Hold'em

Kathy Liebert
Kathy Liebert

Event #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship No-Limit Hold'em at the 2022 WSOP at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas is nearing its conclusion as the final 18 players begin Day 4 on Sunday at 11 a.m. local time at the Main Stage.

The original field of 7,188 entries over two starting flights has been cut down to just two tables and they will play down to a final five players who will come back for final-table action on Monday at a time yet to be determined.

All 18 players have already secured themselves an impressive $27,271 and the ladders will be coming hard and fast, with $694,909 being awarded to the winner along with the prestigious gold bracelet.

2022 Poker Hall of Fame nominee Kathy Liebert comes into Sunday as the chip leader with 21,000,000. A win in the Seniors Championship would give her a second bracelet and further validate her undeniable legacy on the felt.

However, there are plenty of players nipping at her heels, including Ben Sarnoff and Eric Smidinger, who each come into the day with 15,500,000.

Rounding out the top-five are Alexander Hill (12,500,000) and Argentina's Andres Korn (10,550,000), who is also looking for his second bracelet.

Event #47: $1,000 Seniors Championship Top Ten Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Kathy LiebertUnited States21,000,000
2Ben SarnoffUnited States15,500,000
3Eric SmidingerUnited States15,500,000
4Alexander HillUnited States12,500,000
5Andres KornArgentina10,550,000
6Jan PetterssonAustrailia10,550,000
7Mark PettUnited States8,675,000
8Steven HimebaughUnited States7,025,000
9Patrick MartorellaUnited States7,000,000
10Domenico ScalamognaCanada6,350,000

The players will play 60-minute levels with 15-minute breaks taking place after every two. They are currently scheduled to take their 60-minute dinner break at the end of Level 39.

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Tags: Alexander HillAndres KornBen SarnoffDomenico ScalamognaEric SmidingerJan PetterssonKathy LiebertMark PettPatrick MartorellaSteven Himebaugh

Nível: 32

Blinds: 125,000/250,000

Ante: 250,000

Valerii Lubenets Eliminated in 18th Place ($27,271)

Nível 32 : 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante
Valerii Lubenets
Valerii Lubenets

Valerii Lubenets came into the day with less than a single big blind but managed to nearly quadruple up on the very first hand. However, on the next hand, the action folded to Kathy Liebert in the small blind who shoved all in. Lubenets called off his stack of around 600,000 in the big blind and the cards were tabled.

Valerii Lubenets: {a-Spades}{k-Spades}
Kathy Liebert: {q-Hearts}{6-Clubs}

The flop came {q-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}{5-Hearts} and Liebert took the lead with a pair of queens. The {8-Hearts} on the turn and the {5-Clubs} on the river provided no help to Lubenets who was eliminated early in the day.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Kathy Liebert us
Kathy Liebert
22,500,000 1,500,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Valerii Lubenets ua
Valerii Lubenets

Tags: Kathy LiebertValerii Lubenets

John Fones Eliminated in 17th Place ($33,842)

Nível 32 : 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante
John Fones
John Fones

Ben Sarnoff opened to 600,000 in early position and Steven Himebaugh three-bet to 1,700,000 on his left. John Fones was on the button and asked if he could stand up before shoving all in for 1,825,000. Both Sarnoff and Himebaugh called to create action in a side pot.

The flop fell {8-Clubs}{7-Clubs}{2-Hearts} and Sarnoff check-called a bet of 1,400,000 from Himebaugh. The {k-Diamonds} landed on the turn and both players checked to the {9-Diamonds} on the river.

Sarnoff led out with a bet of 2,500,000 which put Himebaugh in the tank for over three minutes. He eventually laid his hand down, giving the side pot to Sarnoff.

Sarnoff flipped over {9-Hearts}{7-Hearts} for two pair while Fones could only muster {10-Hearts}{10-Diamonds} for a pair of tens. Sarnoff also collected the main pot and Fones was sent to the rail.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Ben Sarnoff us
Ben Sarnoff
20,500,000 5,000,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Steven Himebaugh us
Steven Himebaugh
3,800,000 -3,225,000
John Fones us
John Fones

Tags: Steven HimebaughJohn FonesBen Sarnoff

Joseph D'Agostino Eliminated in 16th Place ($33,842)

Nível 32 : 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante
Joseph Dagostino
Joseph Dagostino

Joseph D'Agostino went all in from the cutoff for his remaining 3,125,000 chips and Charles Mitchell followed suit from the button.

Joseph D'Agostino: {k-Hearts}{5-Hearts}
Charles Mitchell: {a-Diamonds}{q-Spades}

D'Agostino was off to a flying start on the {k-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}{10-Clubs} flop. However, those dreams turned to dust on the {j-Diamonds} turn, as he was drawing dead to Mitchell's straight.

The {3-Spades} completed the board and D'Agostino had to settle for 16th place and a payday of $33,842.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Charles Mitchell us
Charles Mitchell
8,350,000 3,125,000
Joseph Dagostino us
Joseph Dagostino

Tags: Joseph Dagostino

Steven Himebaugh Eliminated in 15th Place ($33,842)

Nível 32 : 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante
Steven Himebaugh
Steven Himebaugh

The action folded around to Steven Himebaugh in the small blind who ripped all in for around 3,300,000. Brian Brunner looked down at his cards in the big blind and snap-called with a monster.

Steven Himebaugh: {8-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}
Brian Brunner: {a-Spades}{a-Hearts}

The flop of {7-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}{4-Spades} gave Himebaugh a few extra outs with a straight draw and the {9-Diamonds} on the turn increased those outs even more. However, the {4-Hearts} paired the board on the river and Brunner's aces held on to eliminate Himebaugh in 15th place.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Brian Brunner us
Brian Brunner
12,100,000 6,900,000
Steven Himebaugh us
Steven Himebaugh

Tags: Brian BrunnerSteven Himebaugh

Smidinger Pressures Martorella

Nível 32 : 125,000/250,000, 250,000 ante

Patrick Martorella raised it up to 575,000 in the cutoff and Eric Smidinger three-bet to 1,300,000 from the big blind. Martorella counted his stack and gave it some thought before deciding to just call.

The flop came {q-Clubs}{8-Clubs}{8-Diamonds} and Smidinger announced all in, putting Martorella to the test for his remaining 3,600,000 chips. Martorella thought for a minute but decided to send his cards to the muck.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Eric Smidinger us
Eric Smidinger
18,800,000 5,525,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Patrick Martorella us
Patrick Martorella
3,600,000 -3,400,000

Tags: Patrick MartorellaEric Smidinger