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Another day of hot poker action took place at the World Series of Poker 2022 at Bally's & Paris Casino Las Vegas, with Event #24: $1,000 FLIP & GO No-Limit Hold'em being the focus of these updates.
Some 157 players made it through the Flip stage of this unique tournament, which draws its inspiration from the GGPoker's online variant bearing the same name. Those 157 players who made it through the Flip stage were whittled to a final 27 over the course of 12 levels. The total prize pool is $1,182,810 and $187,770 is reserved for the eventual champion.
Christopher Chatman bagged up the most chips at the close of play; his 2,320,000 stack was the only one in excess of two million chips.
Event #24: $1,000 FLIP & GO No-Limit Hold'em Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Christopher Chatman||United States||2,320,000||58|
|2||Ian Steinman||United States||1,665,000||42|
|3||Randall Webb||United States||1,530,000||38|
|4||Galen Hall||United States||1,470,000||37|
|5||Austin Apicella||United States||1,420,000||36|
|6||Perry Zhao||United States||1,360,000||35|
|8||Brek Schutten||United States||1,300,000||30|
|9||Han Cheng||United States||1,215,000||28|
One-time bracelet winners Ian Steinman (1,665,000) and Galen Hall (1,470,000) are among the chip leaders after Day 1. They along with 25 others returnto the action on June 13 at 12 p.m. local time to battle for a bracelet and the $187,770 grand prize.
Other notables who return for Day 2 include bracelet winners Georgios Sotiropoulos (695,000) and Mike Matusow (520,000).
Notable eliminations towards the end of the day included Brits Nick Marchington and Seun Oluwole in addition to last years Main Event champion Koray Aldemir.
Aldemir busted after moving his short stack all-in with ace-queen from the small blind but was eliminated after Jeremy Eyer called in the big blind with ace-four and paired their four. Other players who made the money included Jeff Gross, Patrick Leonard and David Peters.
Follow all the action from Day 2 here on PokerNews as players return at 12 p.m. local time in Bally's on June 13. The blinds will be 20,000/40,000 with a 40,000 big blind ante, and you can bet your bottom dollar the action will be fast and furious throughout. See you then!
|Bally's||1||2||Nicolai Morris||United States||570,000||14|
|Bally's||1||3||Kevin Rabichow||United States||615,000||15|
|Bally's||1||4||Brian James||United States||735,000||18|
|Bally's||1||6||Ian Steinman||United States||1,665,000||42|
|Bally's||1||7||Mike Matusow||United States||520,000||13|
|Bally's||1||8||Paul Campbell||United States||495,000||12|
|Bally's||2||2||Hasan Kural||United States||600,000||15|
|Bally's||2||3||Christopher Chatman||United States||2,320,000||58|
|Bally's||2||4||Christopher Williams||United States||370,000||9|
|Bally's||2||5||Han Cheng||United States||1,215,000||30|
|Bally's||2||6||Joel Fishman||United States||390,000||10|
|Bally's||2||7||Craig Mason||United States||840,000||21|
|Bally's||2||8||Austin Apicella||United States||1,420,000||36|
|Bally's||3||2||Brekstyn Schutten||United States||1,300,000||33|
|Bally's||3||3||Perry Zhao||United States||1,360,000||34|
|Bally's||3||4||Randall Webb||United States||1,530,000||38|
|Bally's||3||6||Tyler Willse||United States||810,000||20|
|Bally's||4||1||Gintautas Putinas||United States||720,000||18|
|Bally's||4||3||Galen Hall||United States||1,470,000||37|
|Bally's||4||5||Harry Lodge||United Kingdom||685,000||17|
|Bally's||4||6||Jeremy Eyer||United States||515,000||13|
|Bally's||4||8||Zachariah Cheatum||United States||470,000||12|
Heads-up on board reading , Harry Lodge cut out a bet large enough to cover Rafi Elharar's stack, which sent Elharar into the tank.
After a good while, Elharar called, and Lodge tabled his for a whole lot of nothing as Elharar proudly tabled for the win and a huge double up.
Koray Aldemir moved all in from the small blind for his last few chips. He was called by Jeremy Eyer in the big blind.
The board came eliminating Aldemir from the tournament.
- Slepe stave:
On a heads-up board of , Galen Hall moved all in, sending his opponent into the tank.
After what looked like several agonizing moments, his opponent finally made the call, just to be shown for two pair, which was good enough to award him the pot and a nice double-up.