The bubble of the world’s top tournament WSOP Main Event 2023 burst on Monday on the fourth day, with epic scenes leaving viewers hanging in the balance. Three players are in danger of being eliminated, all sitting at separate tables, hoping not to be left in the least desirable seat.
Jeppe Bisgaard is officially on the bubble for this Main Event.
With 1,508 players left, the game continued and the heads-up match reached its climax, three players from different tables were eliminated at the same time
First The first bust was Jeppe Bisgaard, who hit K K against Jonathan McCann’s A A A for 250,000 in chips. The board came 7 2 6 J J J and he was eliminated.
Second by Eliminated was Yueqi Wang, who succumbed to the poker of Mikiya Kudo.
In the third Peter Nigh flipped AK against the Q Q of Eric Fields who moved all-in for 150,000. Board kicked off with J 9 6, but 5 and 6 call him out
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Then three eliminated players do a flip to decide who will take part Whoever is the seat winner in the 2024 Main Event will collect small cash that is split into three $10,000 instead of two $10,000 so that everyone gets something. In the end, Jeppe won the flop and took home a $10,000 seat and $10,000 for next year’s WSOP, while Yuequi and Peter took home $10,000 from a field of 1,507. and 1,506. There is a place. This is the second year in a row that a three-man playoff is required to decide the bubble.
“Obviously, it feels great to earn a seat in the Main Event,” Bisgaard said, revealing that it was in the transport department. “It’s no fun being left behind as a bubble, but the situation I find myself in is unavoidable. Plus, I know there’s always an empty space in a bubble, which might motivate me to start accumulating tokens. I’m doing this Do.” I feel good.
Bisgaard will be entering the Main Event for free next year. This is his third time in the world’s most prestigious poker tournament. In his last appearance, he left early. “It is An improvement,” joked the 2023 WSOP Main Event bubbler.