Three Spanish players found their place in the first-round pairing. 2017 champion Adrián Mateos is not to be missed; we hear about his pre-registration from Adriá Díaz; surprise cash expert Roberto Perez also participated in the draw.
The first round witnessed the farewell of Adria
Another Spanish player in the 16 was eliminated. This is Mateos defeated by Eric Wasserson. It looked like his toughest opponent in this part of the draw might be Dominik Nitsche, but Pressey managed to knock him out. so terrible.
So today La Roja hero Roberto Perez was very unlucky in the draw and had to face Sam Soverel and Daniel Negreanu, the first game day. Now waiting for him in the round of 16 is Isaac Kempton, an American high roller with the best finish in the PLO Championship.
I’m done We’ve completed two rounds of the WSOP 25k HU and are one win away from the prize after beating Daniel Negreanu! #sepuedesoñar
– roberdb92 (@pgroberto) June 3, 2023
If he wins, he’s definitely more likely to get the minimum cash four of $74,648 Quarterfinal against Doug Polk.
The YouTuber didn’t want to participate in the contest, but since he was recording live at Hustler Casino in California, “Looks like they designed this contest to me and they should call it the Doug Polk Invitational I Going to the $25,000 WSOP HUNL event today!
Too hard on the west coast, my favorite event close miss.
— Doug Polk (@DougPolkVids) June 2023 Day 2
Round of 16
Daemon Richardson – Eric Wassersson Sean Winter – Kevin Rabichow
Chanracy Khun – Gabor Szabo Landon Tice – Chance Kornuth
Joshua Heinzl – Anthony Zinno Chris Brewer ( Chris Brewer) – Tyler Gaston
Doug Polk – Reiji Kono Ai Isaac Kempton – Roberto Perez
This game is also for Phil Ivey Introducing the 2023 WSOP, where he starts alongside John Smith. The Vietnam Veteran (Andrés Montes is not kidding) once again made a splash in the tournament, finishing second twice (one against Adrian Mateos), and knocked out the superstar, but was knocked out in the second round.
The rest of the news from Armada focused on the mystery At $1,000 million, the numbers are producing some staggering numbers.
$300 less than last year’s price point, and more than 14,000 players on the festival schedule, exceeding the Expected. This year, if you skip the theoretically most tumultuous flight, there have been nearly 10,000 participants this Saturday.
We have two “Púa” companions today: another classic like Jussi Obadia and Sergi Panera. We had to search the daily payouts to find the rest of the Hispanic boxes, as not all ITM players were able to claim their bounties from chests on Day 2. Be careful, a million is in everyone’s box.
Event #5: Dealer Picks $1,500
Chad Eveslage – $131,879
Since the epidemic, the growth of American high rollers has increased from not stopped. A classic on the US Tour, he’s racked up more than 150 cash, and last year he won his first bracelet with an $8-Max prize of $25,000. Since then, he has won his first WPT and now has his first win in mixed events.
Event #6: $5,000 Mixed NLHE/PLO
Michael Monseker – $534,499.
The first big surprise of this competition. His heads-up opponent, well-known specialist Fernando Harberger “JNandez”, is the favorite to win. However, this should raise some doubts for the Swiss, who know Monseker was in an extreme tournament a year ago. won his first bracelet.
Online 3-pointer $333: Cody Bell – $87,665
What events start today, June 3rd?