Dan 3 končan
Dan 3 končan
It was a busy day for those fortunate enough to have bagged chips heading into Day 3 of Event #37: $1,500 Millionaire Maker No-Limit Hold'em in the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas. The day started with 232 players but by the end only 24 were left to vie for the $1,125,189 first-place prize and coveted gold bracelet.
John Sova bagged the second biggest stack at the end of the night with 15,300,000 after being in or near the chip lead for most of the day. This will be Sova's third cash of the 2022 WSOP, having placed 1,103rd ($1,535) in the Housewarming and 139th in the $800 deep stack ($2,884). If Sova can ride the big stack to a win, it would be his first WSOP bracelet. In fact, following the eliminations of James Calderaro (26th) and Michael Mizrachi (27th), there are no remaining players who have previously won a bracelet.
Other notables who failed to bag at the end of the day included Ryan Leng (54th), Ryan Stoker (100th), Elio Fox (150th), and Main Event Champion Scott Davies (172nd).
Event #37: $1,500 Millionaire Maker Day 3 Top 10 Chip Counts
|2||John Sova||United States||15,300,000||61|
|4||Justin Fawcett||United States||12,350,000||49|
|5||Linus Richter||United States||11,200,000||45|
|7||Paul Ahn||United States||10,425,000||42|
|9||Stanley Weng||United States||9,550,000||38|
|10||Nick Marchington||United Kingdom||9,275,000||37|
Sova took the lead early in the day when on a completed board of , he bet into two opponents for 200,000. He was then raised to 600,000 by Phong Truong and Parminder Kumar called behind.
Sova then shoved all in, covering both, which produced a fold from Truong and sent Kumar into the tank.
"I'll show you, either way,'" Sova told Kumar.
"Ok, nice hand buddy," Kumar replied as he set out calling chips.
Sova showed jack-ten for the nut straight and Kumar flashed pocket nines before he sent them into the muck. Kumar was eliminated and Sova was made chip leader and would remain among the top stacks throughout the day. Had it not been for a last-minute surge from Brazil's Alen Tenorio (16,600,000), Sova would have bagged the overnight chip lead.
The original field started with 7,961 entrants generating a prize pool of $10,627,935 and now just two dozen remain, each guaranteed at least $43,849 in prize money. The winner will take home $1,125,189 and a gold WSOP bracelet. The remaining players will return Tuesday at 10 a.m. PT and they will continue until only five players remain. Those five will then return on Wednesday for the final table when they will play down to a winner.
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|Bally's||646||2||Vito DiStefano||United States||5,825,000||23|
|Bally's||646||4||Tri Dao||United States||3,025,000||12|
|Bally's||646||5||Dominic Brazier||United States||3,525,000||14|
|Bally's||646||7||Matthew Schulte||United States||4,025,000||16|
|Bally's||646||8||Yita Choong||United States||8,250,000||33|
|Bally's||646||9||Kevin Houghton||United Kingdom||5,000,000||20|
|Bally's||654||3||Kevin White||United States||4,850,000||19|
|Bally's||654||6||Nick Marchington||United Kingdom||9,275,000||37|
|Bally's||654||9||Tyler Gaston||United States||6,425,000||26|
|Bally's||662||1||John Sova||United States||15,300,000||61|
|Bally's||662||4||Justin Fawcett||United States||12,350,000||49|
|Bally's||662||5||Paul Ahn||United States||10,425,000||42|
|Bally's||662||6||Linus Richter||United States||11,200,000||45|
|Bally's||662||9||Stanley Weng||United States||9,550,000||38|
Play has ended for the day as the remaining 24 players will return tomorrow at 10am in Bally's with blinds starting at 125,000/250,000 with a 250,000 big blind ante as they play down to a final five. Stay tuned for a full recap of Day 3 and end of day chip counts.
Dionysios Perdikoyiannis went all in in the cutoff for 1,700,000. He was called by Jacek Pustula in the big blind.
The board ran out which eliminated Perdikoyiannis on the last hand of the night as the remaining 24 players bagged to return for Day 4 at 10am in Bally's.
A few hands prior to his elimination, James Calderaro raised to 500,000 from middle position. Justin Fawcett reraised to 1,800,000 from the big blind. Calderaro then moved all in, and Fawcett snap called as the player at risk.
The board ran out , offering no help to Calderaro, and giving Fawcett the big double up, leaving Calderaro with just 400,000 in chips.
Calderaro was able to triple up to around 1,200,000 on the next hand with .
The next hand, Calderaro moved all in from the big blind. John Sova made the call with Calderaro covered.
The runout was once again no help to Calderaro, who was sent to the rail in 26th place for a cash of $43,849.
Michael Mizrachi opened from early position for 400,000. Alen Tenorio reraised to 1,050,000 from the hijack. Action folded back around to Mizrachi who moved all in. Tenorio made the call with Mizrachi covered. "Aces?" Mizrachi asked as Tenorio made the call and the pair tabled their hands.
While Mizrachi was wrong about which overpair Tenorio had, he was right about being behind. The runout came , giving both players two pair, but Tenorio's was greater, and good enough to capture the pot. Mizrachi was sent to the rail in 27th place for a cash of $35,573.
Final Three Table Seating Chart
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Harsukhpaul Sangha was eliminated in 28th meaning there will now be a redraw for the final three tables