2023 World Series of Poker

Online Event #4: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Ultra Deepstack
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Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Rezultate finale
Câştigător
Mâna câştigătoare
a7
Premiu
$130,648
Event Info
Buy-in
$600
Fond de premiere
$894,240
Entries
1,031
Informaţii Nivel
Nivel
46
Blinduri
500,000 / 1,000,000
Ante
100,000
Informaţii Jucători - Ziua 1
Entries
1,031
Jucători rămaşi
1

Klump Wins Without Showdown

Nivel 2 : Blinds 30/60, 0 ante

Ted "twosuits" Spinelli opened preflop action by raising to 135 from middle position. Levi "lvraiders16" Klump then raised to 510 from the cutoff. Michael "DickyJ31" McNeil called from the small blind, as did Spinelli.

The flop came 3A8. Action was checked to Klump, who bet 1,060 and was called by McNeil. The turn came 3, and McNeil check-called Klump's bet of 4,320. The river came 7. Klump made a pot-sized bet of 12,350 and McNeil mucked.

Jucător Fise Progres
Levi "lvraiders16" Klump us
Levi "lvraiders16" Klump
49,380 49,380
Ted "twosuits" Spinelli us
Ted "twosuits" Spinelli
39,440 39,440
Michael "DickyJ31" McNeil
Michael "DickyJ31" McNeil
31,058 31,058

Taguri: Levi KlumpMichael McNeilTed Spinelli

Forst Calls Until He Wins

Nivel 2 : Blinds 30/60, 0 ante

Action opened with "blaniac24" raising from the small blind and Baruch "QQlove" Forst defending his big blind.

Forst called bets of 120 on the 37A flop, 240 on the 4 turn, and 540 on the A river before turning over K7 to take the pot when "blaniac24" showed 98.

Jucător Fise Progres
Baruch "QQlove" Forst us
Baruch "QQlove" Forst
40,435 40,435
blaniac24 us
blaniac24
38,860 38,860

Taguri: Baruch Forst

Nivel: 2

Blinduri: 30/60

Ante: 0

Smith Sails Away With Pot

Nivel 1 : Blinds 20/40, 0 ante

Facing a check from Jamie "JamieGold" Gold in the small blind on a 673 flop, Jacob "TealElephant" Phillips bet 80 from the big blind. Mark "Pegasusmss" Smith called from the hijack as did Kyle "JackintheB0x" Miholich from the cutoff. Gold folded.

The turn came 6. After Phillips checked, Smith bet 80 again. Miholich folded and Phillips called. The river came 6. Phillips check-called Smith's 200 bet, but mucked when Smith showed 53 for a boat.

Jucător Fise Progres
Mark "Pegasusmss" Smith us
Mark "Pegasusmss" Smith
41,370 41,370
Kyle "JackintheB0x" Miholich us
Kyle "JackintheB0x" Miholich
40,080 40,080
Jamie "JamieGold" Gold us
Jamie "JamieGold" Gold
39,920 39,920
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 1X Winner
Jacob "TealElephant" Phillips us
Jacob "TealElephant" Phillips
39,600 39,600

Taguri: Jacob PhillipsJamie GoldKyle MiholichMark Smith

Badugi Primer - Get Ready for Tomorrow's Brand New WSOP Tournament

Nivel 1 : Blinds 20/40, 0 ante
Badugi
Badugi

The 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP) is getting ready to debut a brand new event!

Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 7 at 2 p.m., Event 20: $1,500 Badugi will get underway at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 7, but if you don't know how to play, fear not as we've put together this primer to get you up to speed and ready to compete.

Badugi is a four-card triple draw lowball poker variant that isn’t as well-known as other games, but those who learn and play it often characterize it as a fun alternative poker game filled with action.

A lot of players enjoy Badugi because it has a fairly simple objective and, because the format and goal differ from many other variants, there are different strategies employed.

Although the exact origin of the game is unknown, many believe it originated in South Korea in the latter half of the 20th century, while others claim it was popularized in Canada in the 1980s where it was called “Off Suit Lowball”.

The name allegedly comes from the Korean word baduk or badug which refers to a black and white pattern, with badugi a common name for a black and white spotted dog. The board game Go was called baduk in Korean.

Click here to see PokerNews' primer on Badugi!

We're Off!

Nivel 1 : Blinds 20/40, 0 ante

The tournament has kicked off with the WSOP.com client showing 154 registered entries. The hunt for a bracelet is underway.

Nivel: 1

Blinduri: 20/40

Ante: 0

WSOP.com Players Looking to Go Deep in Online Event #4: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Ultra Deepstack

Event Information
Event Information

Today marks the fourth opportunity for WSOP.com players in Nevada and New Jersey to take home a bracelet at the 2023 World Series of Poker as Online Event #4: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Ultra Deepstack kicks off at 3:30 p.m. local time.

Brian Altman
Brian Altman

Last year's event was won by Brian "JackBogle" Altman. That event, which was held with a buy-in of $400, had 1,641 entries and a prize pool of $757,440. By finishing first of the 371 players in the money, Altman earned $110,662 and his first bracelet.

With one hour to go before the tournament kicks off, 51 players have registered. Notable players registering early include Mark "Pegasusmss" Smith, Dylan "GIFAFI" Thomassie, and Dave "Crispr" Alfa, who has cashed in all three online bracelet events so far.

Players will start with 40,000 chips and will play 15-minute levels with blinds starting at 20/40. Three rebuys are allowed, and late registration will remain available for five hours (until 8:30 p.m. local time.)

Stay tuned to PokerNews for full coverage of this tournament from the opening deal to the crowning of a new WSOP champion!

Online Event #4: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Ultra Deepstack

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