Event #48: $1,500 Eight Game Mix 6-Handed
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Event #48: $1,500 Eight Game Mix 6-Handed
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Jason Stockfish Leads Final 16 in Event #48: $1,500 Eight Game Mix 6-Handed

• Nivo 25: 30,000-60,000, 0 ante
Jason Stockfish
Jason Stockfish

Another exciting day of action has concluded in Event #48: $1,500 Eight Game Mix 6-Handed, with Jason Stockfish carrying a big lead in the quest for his first WSOP gold bracelet.

Stockfish leads a stellar final 16 after bagging 2,540,000 chips to hold a safe margin over Jake Liebeskind, sitting in second spot after Day 2. Plenty of notable names are close behind including bracelet winners Robert Campbell, Adam Friedman and Eric Buchman, who earned back-to-back doubles to catapult up the leaderboard after the dinner break.

Event #48: $1,500 Eight Game Mix 6-Handed Top 10 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChips
1Jason StockfishUnited States2,540,000
2Jake LiebeskindUnited States1,692,000
3Eric BuchmanUnited States1,461,000
4Ryan RoederUnited States1,376,000
5Robert WellsUnited Kingdom1,309,000
6Nick YunisChile1,283,000
7Robert CampbellAustralia1,229,000
8Menikos PanagiotouUnited States1,116,000
9Hye ParkUnited States1,063,000
10Adam DemerssemanUnited States1,053,000

The 200 surviving entrants from the total field of 295 returned on Day 2, eager for a share of the $927,825 prize pool, with the top spot paying $180,783. It only took three levels to reach the money, as Joshua Ray was eliminated on the bubble and the remaining 105 players earned a minimum of $2,403.

Among the names to cash in were Brian Yoon, Josh Arieh, Shaun Deeb and Mel Judah. Poker Hall of Famer Scotty Nguyen built up a stack early in the day, but he ran out of steam and finished in 43rd place. Allen Kessler made it to the final four tables, but his run ended in Seven Card Stud with a 21st place finish.

The action resumes Friday at 2 p.m. local time, beginning with Level 26 and a 60-minute dinner break on the schedule. Play will continue 6-handed in an eight-game mix that includes No-Limit Hold’em, Seven Card Stud, Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better, Razz, Pot-Limit Omaha, Limit Hold’em, Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better, and 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for all of the action as we award the next gold bracelet at The 2022 WSOP at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas.

Seat Draw For Day 3

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CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChips
Bally's6121Robert CampbellAustralia1,229,000
Bally's6122Dustin DirksenUnited States200,000
Bally's6124Jake LiebeskindUnited States1,692,000
Bally's6125Adam DemerssemanUnited States1,053,000
Bally's6126Richard BaiUnited States513,000
      
Bally's6201Nick YunisChile1,283,000
Bally's6202Noah BronsteinUnited States111,000
Bally's6203Menikos PanagiotouUnited States1,116,000
Bally's6205Eric BuchmanUnited States1,461,000
Bally's6206Adam FriedmanUnited States1,027,000
      
Bally's6281Jason StockfishUnited States2,540,000
Bally's6282Hye ParkUnited States1,063,000
Bally's6283Ryan RoederUnited States1,376,000
Bally's6284Meikle PartinUnited States331,000
Bally's6285Robert WellsUnited Kingdom1,309,000
Bally's6286Joon ParkUnited States1,036,000

End of Day Chip Counts

• Nivo 25: 30,000-60,000, 0 ante
Jason Stockfish us
Jason Stockfish
us 2,540,000 -10,000
Jake Liebeskind us
Jake Liebeskind
us 1,692,000 -268,000
Eric Buchman us
Eric Buchman
us 1,461,000 251,000
Ryan Roeder us
Ryan Roeder
us 1,376,000 456,000
Robert Wells gb
Robert Wells
gb 1,309,000 359,000
Nick Yunis cl
Nick Yunis
cl 1,283,000 -137,000
Robert Campbell au
Robert Campbell
au 1,229,000 344,000
Menikos Panagiotou cy
Menikos Panagiotou
cy 1,116,000 -84,000
Hye Park us
Hye Park
us 1,063,000 -257,000
Adam Demersseman us
Adam Demersseman
us 1,053,000
Joon Park us
Joon Park
us 1,036,000 26,000
Adam Friedman us
Adam Friedman
us 1,027,000 77,000
Richard Bai us
Richard Bai
us 513,000 361,000
Meikle Partin US
Meikle Partin
US 331,000 -359,000
Dustin Dirksen us
Dustin Dirksen
us 200,000 -320,000
Noah Bronstein us
Noah Bronstein
us 111,000 -144,000

Day Two Concludes

• Nivo 25: 30,000-60,000, 0 ante

Day 2 has completed with 16 players remaining, who will return to crown a champion Friday at 2 p.m. local time.

A full recap of the action will be posted shortly.

Thomas Brown Eliminated in 17th Place ($8,935)

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Thomas Brown
Thomas Brown

Pot-Limit Omaha

On a flop of {j-Spades}{2-Clubs}{3-Spades}, Thomas Brown moved all in around 150,000 and was called by Menikos Panagiotou.

Thomas Brown: {a-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{4-Spades}
Menikos Panagiotou: {a-Spades}{q-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}{10-Clubs}

Brown had straight and flush draws against Panagiotou's pocket queens but didn't connect with the {10-Diamonds} turn or {2-Hearts} river to bust in 17th place.

Menikos Panagiotou cy
Menikos Panagiotou
cy 1,200,000 180,000
Thomas Brown us
Thomas Brown
us Izpadel

Oznake: Menikos PanagiotouThomas Brown

Bruno Fitoussi Eliminated in 18th Place ($7,170)

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Bruno Fitoussi
Bruno Fitoussi

Razz

Bruno Fitoussi: {9-}{a-}{5-}{k-}{j-}{10-}{x-}
Adam Friedman: {2-}{5-}{10-}{4-}{a-}{3-}{10-}

Adam Friedman completed before Bruno Fitoussi raised all in. Friedman called.

Friedman ended up making a wheel as Fitoussi got up and wished the table luck before seventh street, leaving it to the dealer to expose his last card.

Adam Friedman us
Adam Friedman
us 950,000 485,000
Bruno Fitoussi fr
Bruno Fitoussi
fr Izpadel

Oznake: Adam FriedmanBruno Fitoussi

Redraw of the Final Three Tables

• Nivo 25: 30,000-60,000, 0 ante
RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Bally's6461Robert CampbellAustralia885,000
Bally's6462Dustin DirksenUnited States520,000
Bally's6463Eric BuchmanUnited States1,210,000
Bally's6464Jake LiebeskindUnited States1,960,000
Bally's6465Adam DemerssemanUnited States1,140,000
Bally's6466Richard BaiUnited States152,000
      
Bally's6541Nick YunisChile1,420,000
Bally's6542Noah BronsteinUnited States255,000
Bally's6543Menikos PanagiotouUnited States1,020,000
Bally's6544Bruno FitoussiFrance80,000
Bally's6545Thomas BrownUnited States530,000
Bally's6546Adam FriedmanUnited States465,000
      
Bally's6621Jason StockfishUnited States2,550,000
Bally's6622Hye ParkUnited States1,320,000
Bally's6623Ryan RoederUnited States920,000
Bally's6624Meikle PartinUnited States690,000
Bally's6625Robert WellsUnited States950,000
Bally's6626Joon ParkUnited States1,010,000
Jason Stockfish us
Jason Stockfish
us 2,550,000
Jake Liebeskind us
Jake Liebeskind
us 1,960,000 260,000
Nick Yunis cl
Nick Yunis
cl 1,420,000 20,000
Hye Park us
Hye Park
us 1,320,000 340,000
Eric Buchman us
Eric Buchman
us 1,210,000 -210,000
Adam Demersseman us
Adam Demersseman
us 1,140,000 320,000
Menikos Panagiotou cy
Menikos Panagiotou
cy 1,020,000 568,000
Joon Park us
Joon Park
us 1,010,000 560,000
Robert Wells gb
Robert Wells
gb 950,000 -400,000
Ryan Roeder us
Ryan Roeder
us 920,000 195,000
Robert Campbell au
Robert Campbell
au 885,000 -435,000
Meikle Partin US
Meikle Partin
US 690,000 -70,000
Thomas Brown us
Thomas Brown
us 530,000 130,000
Dustin Dirksen us
Dustin Dirksen
us 520,000 90,000
Adam Friedman us
Adam Friedman
us 465,000 -77,000
Noah Bronstein us
Noah Bronstein
us 255,000 195,000
Richard Bai us
Richard Bai
us 152,000 -628,000
Bruno Fitoussi fr
Bruno Fitoussi
fr 80,000 -58,000

Buchalter, Weinman Bust

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Limit Hold'em

Yehuda Buchalter was all in for his last 90,000 and up against Jason Stockfish.

Yehuda Buchalter: {j-Hearts}{10-Hearts}
Jason Stockfish: {k-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}

Stockfish hit a nine on the {9-Hearts}{3-Clubs}{4-Spades} flop while Buchalter didn't improve as the board ran out {3-Clubs}{a-Hearts}.

Stockfish later won a big pot against Daniel Weinman that knocked the recent bracelet winner down to his last 10,000.

Weinman got it all in in a hand of Stud 8 or Better against Nick Yunis, finishing with {a-Spades}{k-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{6-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{a-Diamonds}{10-Spades} for a pair of aces.

Yunis, though, made {3-Hearts}{q-Hearts}{q-Clubs}{4-Spades}{5-Clubs}{j-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds} for two pair, queens and threes, to bust Weinman in 19th place.

The remaining 18 players are now redrawing for seats at the final three tables.

Jason Stockfish us
Jason Stockfish
us 2,550,000 1,760,000
Nick Yunis cl
Nick Yunis
cl 1,400,000 515,000
Yehuda Buchalter us
Yehuda Buchalter
us Izpadel
Daniel Weinman us
Daniel Weinman
us Izpadel

Oznake: Daniel WeinmanJason StockfishNick YunisYehuda Buchalter

Demersseman Cracks Buchalter's Kings

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Limit Hold’em

Adam Demersseman three-bet a raise from Yehuda Buchalter, and Nick Yunis jumped in on the button to go three-way to the {j-Clubs}{5-Hearts}{2-Clubs} flop.

Demersseman's bet produced a fold from Yunis but a raise from Buchalter, and the two were heads up to the {j-Spades} turn. Another raise followed from Buchalter, and Demersseman called to see the {5-Clubs} river.

Buchalter check-called and was not happy when Demersseman turned over {k-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds} for a full house. Buchalter showed {k-Spades}{k-Hearts} as he mucked, and Demersseman raked in a big pot.

Buchalter was left with just 90,000 chips, and would be eliminated shortly after.

Adam Demersseman us
Adam Demersseman
us 820,000 -80,000
Yehuda Buchalter us
Yehuda Buchalter
us 90,000 -340,000

Oznake: Adam DemerssemanNick YunisYehuda Buchalter