- Slepe stave:
|Slepe stave||160,000 / 320,000|
|Število preostalih igralcev||1|
Joseph "melonhead" Bartholdi raised to 24,000 from early position. Andrew "Pokasmoka" Benedict called in the cutoff before Michael "LatinoLoco" Acevedo three-bet to 84,000 from the big blind. Only Benedict called.
The flop came and Acevedo bet 36,000. Benedict folded as the GTO expert Acevedo stacked in the chips as he looks for his first WSOP bracelet.
On Saturday night, Las Vegas was rocked by rumors of an active shooter situation at MGM Grand. Fortunately, it proved to be a false alarm, though the ramifications – including panic fueled by misinformation – reverberated throughout the Strip and even impacted the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) at Bally’s and Paris, which just hours before had crowned its Main Event champion.
What appeared to happen was an incident near the MGM was misinterpreted as gunshots, which understandably inspired patrons to flee en masse across the casino floor, including the MGM’s tournament poker area, in route to the nearest exit. There were also rumors, thus far unfounded, that firecrackers may have been set off.
Demetrios "CarlitosA" Petrou raised to 20,000 from middle position and was called by Boris "GoldBracelet" Kolev in the cutoff.
The flop came and Kolev called Petrou's 20,000 continuation bet.
The turn was the and Petrou bet 32,000. Kolev moved all in for 168,417 effective and Petrou called.
Demetrios "CarlitosA" Petrou:
Boris "GoldBracelet" Kolev:
Kolev had his opponent crushed as he had slow played pocket kings. Petrou needed a spade or a jack but it didn't come as the river was the which gave the WSOP bracelet winner a massive stack to try and go for a second.
MeldyMan shoved for 92,788 from early position. Dennis "BadDad_xyz" Kim reshoved for 141,498 from the small blind and Carlos "ckc868kkc" Chang called from the big blind covering both opponents.
Dennis "BadDad_xyz" Kim:
Carlos "ckc868kkc" Chang:
The flop gave MeldyMan the nuts as it came . The board ran out with the turn the and the river the which saved Kim as he won the side pot with the queen high flush.
Action folded around to Dominick "Flow_Cold" Sarle in the small blind who moved all in for 82,190. Jonathan "Jcardshark1" Little called in the big blind.
Dominick "Flow_Cold" Sarle:
Jonathan "Jcardshark1" Little:
Little was ahead and held to eliminate Sarle as the board ran out .