Tournois Live 1
Event #16: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Jours
1234

Alex Foxen chipleader pour le Day 3, Arnaud Enselme dans le Top 5

• Niveau 20: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante
Alex Foxen

After registration ended on Day 2, there were 1,240 entries in Event #16: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em at the 2022 World Series Of Poker from Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas. From that field, a prize pool of $3,310,800 was generated and 186 made it into the money.

There were 75 players who advanced and first place will take home $558,616. They will all return on Friday, June 10, at noon, and play down to five players.

Event #16: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em Top 10 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Alex FoxenUnited States2,070,000103
2Niall FarrellUnited Kingdom1,610,00080
3Michael MarderUnited States1,595,00080
4Stefan LehnerAustria1,395,00070
5Arnaud EnselmeFrance1,350,00067
6David MiscikowskiUnited States1,315,00066
7Lander LijoSpain1,175,00059
8Adrian MateosSpain1,165,00058
9Tyler HirschfeldUnited States1,130,00056
10Toby BoasUnited States1,105,00055

At day's end, it was Alex Foxen (2,070,000) who bagged the chip lead. Foxen, the well-known pro from New York, has more than $22 million in recorded live tournament earnings.

Foxen led throughout much of the day and secured his place the top of the leaderboard after a sick bluff against Kitty Kuo, and a couple of late-night knockouts. He is still seeking his first elusive WSOP bracelet, but he takes a big advantage into Day 3.

Some of the other notable players to bag up at the end of Day 2 included pros Adrian Mateos (1,465,000) and Felipe Ramos (970,000), poker commentator Jeff Platt (790,000), Alexandros Theologis (695,000), and Kyriakos Papadopoulos (610,000).

Those who fell throughout the day include Raj Vohra. He took down his maiden bracelet late Monday night. He managed to drill a two-outer to double early, but he did not find a bag. Shannon Shorr also found some early run good, but could not advance to Day 3.

Other notables to bust a bullet included Mustapha Kanit, Alexandre Reard, Manig Loeser, Qui Nguyen, and poker commentators Nick Schulman, Tony Dunst, Brent Hanks, and Maria Ho.

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Tags: Adrian MateosAlex FoxenAlexandre ReardAlexandros TheologisBrent HanksFelipe RamosJeff PlattKitty KuoKyriakos PapadopoulosManig LoeserMaria HoMichael MizrachiMustapha KanitNick SchulmanParis Las VegasQui NguyenRaj VohraShannon ShorrTony Dunst