2022 World Series of Poker

Event #77: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot Limit Omaha
Jours 3
Event Info

2022 World Series of Poker

Main Gagnante
Event Info
Prize Pool
Info Niveau
200,000 / 400,000
Info Joueurs - Jour 3
Joueurs Survivants

Event #77: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot Limit Omaha

Jour 3 a débuté

Seat Draw For Day 3

CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Bally's11Jordan KaplanUnited States1,000,00017
Bally's12Vegard AndreassenNorway3,500,00058
Bally's13William LeffingwellUnited States1,130,00019
Bally's15Robert TophamUnited States1,805,00030
Bally's18Noah BronsteinUnited States4,200,00070
Bally's22Vincent LamCanada3,810,00064
Bally's23Aden SalazarUnited States9,140,000152
Bally's24Daniel ChuprunUnited States2,040,00034
Bally's25Esther Taylor-BradyUnited States1,385,00023
Bally's26Richard KellettUnited Kingdom1,580,00026
Bally's28Sandeep PulusaniUnited States1,210,00020

Salazar and Bronstein Seek First Bracelets on Day 3 of $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot Limit Omaha

Aden Salazar
Aden Salazar

After two days of action in Event #76: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha, only 11 players remain from a starting field of 1,234. Among them is WSOP bracelet winner Sandeep Pulusani (1,210,000), who grinded with a short-to-average stack for much of Day 2 and when play resumes, he will start with 20 big blinds.

The road for the gold won’t be easy and he will face off against several other notables from the poker community, including Esther Taylor (1,385,000), Richard Kellett (1,580,000), Vegard Andreassen (3,500,000), and Jordan Kaplan (1,000,000), who just cashed in 507th place in the Main Event.

Bagging the chip lead into Day 3 is Aden Salazar with a hefty 9,140,00, more than double than his closest opponent, Noah Bronstein, with 4,200,000. Salazar, at just 21 years old, is seeking the gold on his very first participation at the WSOP and already finished 5th in Event #53: $5,000 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/ Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed) event last month. He will be looking to improve on that performance as he takes 152 big blinds into the day.

Event #76: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Aden SalazarUnited States9,140,000152
2Noah BronsteinUnited States4,200,00070
3Vincent LamCanada3,810,00064
4Vegard AndreassenNorway3,500,00058
5Daniel ChuprunUnited States2,040,00034
6Robert TophamUnited States1,805,00030
7Richard KellettUnited Kingdom1,580,00026
8Esther TaylorUnited States1,385,00023
9Sandeep PulusaniUnited States1,210,00020
10William LeffingwellUnited States1,130,00019
11Jordan KaplanUnited States1,000,00017

Play will begin at 1 p.m. today on Level 26 with the blinds at 30,000/60,000 and 60,000 big blind ante. Each player is guaranteed a payday of $18,558 but they will all be vying for the top prize of $277,949 and the elusive WSOP gold bracelet.

Keep up with all the action on PokerNews as the live reporting team provides hand updates and chip counts throughout the day from Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas.

Tags: Aden SalazarEsther TaylorJordan KaplanNoah BronsteinRichard KellettSandeep PulusaniVegard Andreassen

Niveau: 26

Blinds: 30,000/60,000

Ante: 60,000

Shuffle Up and Deal

Niveau 26 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

The cards are now in the air for Day 3 of Event #77: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha with 11 players left.

Levels will continue at 60 minutes in duration, and the next redraw will be at the final table.

Jordan Kaplan Eliminated in 11th Place ($18,558)

Niveau 26 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Jordan Kaplan
Jordan Kaplan

No-Limit Hold'em

William Leffingwell opened from under the gun to 160,000. Action folded around to Jordan Kaplan in the small blind, who moved all in for around 1,000,000. Vegard Andreassen, the big blind, got out of the way, leaving Leffingwell with the last action. He made the call, covering Kaplan, although not by a huge margin.

Jordan Kaplan: {a-Hearts}{a-Clubs}
William Leffingwell: {k-Spades}{k-Diamonds}

Kaplan had Leffingwell dominated and seemed poised to double up. The {5-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}{7-Diamonds} flop didn't change much, but the {6-Diamonds} turn brought a flush draw into the picture for Leffingwell. Any diamond or king on the river would knock Kaplan out of the tournament.

When the {a-Diamonds} hit the felt, Leffingwell let out an enormously loud "DIAMOND!" that could be heard throughout Bally's Event Center and possibly beyond. His flush had been made, making Kaplan the first to fall here on Day 3.

Joueur Jetons Progression
William Leffingwell us
William Leffingwell
2,450,000 1,320,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jordan Kaplan us
Jordan Kaplan

Tags: Jordan KaplanWilliam Leffingwell

Salazar Adds to his Stack

Niveau 26 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

No-Limit Hold'em

William Leffingwell opned to 140,000 and picked up called from Aden Salazar on the button and Noah Bronstein in the big blind.

The flop fanned {6-Clubs}{a-Spades}{6-Diamonds} and the trio checked. The turn showed a {2-Spades} and Bronstein checked to Leffingwell, who bet 250,000. Only Salazar remained interested and made the call.

The river was the {3-Hearts} and Leffingwell checked then folded after Salazar made a bet of 280,000.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Aden Salazar us
Aden Salazar
10,500,000 1,360,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Noah Bronstein us
Noah Bronstein
3,100,000 -1,100,000
William Leffingwell us
William Leffingwell
2,050,000 -400,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Aden SalazarNoah BronsteinWilliam Leffingwell

Lam Takes One from Taylor

Niveau 26 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

Pot-Limit Omaha

In a three-way raised pot, the flop showed {k-Diamonds}{7-Spades}{8-Diamonds} and Sandeep Pulusani checked in the big blind, as did Vincent Lam. Esther Taylor, on the button, bet 260,000 and after some consideration, only Lam called.

The turn revealed the {2-Diamonds} and both checked.

On the {7-Hearts} river, Lam opted to bet 420,000 and Taylor didn't take long to muck her cards.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Vincent Lam ca
Vincent Lam
4,600,000 790,000
Sandeep Pulusani us
Sandeep Pulusani
870,000 -340,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Esther Taylor us
Esther Taylor
790,000 -595,000

Tags: Esther TaylorSandeep PulusaniVincent Lam

Taylor Doubles Through Chuprun

Niveau 26 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

No-Limit Hold'em

Esther Taylor opened from under the gun to 175,000. Daniel Chuprun moved all in from the small blind. Once the big blind, Vincent Lam, got out of the way, Taylor snap called, putting herself at risk.

Esther Taylor: {a-Diamonds}{a-Spades}
Daniel Chuprun: {9-Hearts}{9-Spades}

Chuprun was going to need some help in order to eliminate Taylor, but none came on the {6-Clubs}{3-Clubs}{a-Clubs}{j-Spades}{k-Diamonds} runout, which left him drawing dead on the turn. Taylor scooped the pot, doubling her own stack, while leaving Chuprun with under ten big blinds.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Esther Taylor us
Esther Taylor
2,240,000 1,450,000
Daniel Chuprun us
Daniel Chuprun
575,000 -1,465,000

Tags: Daniel ChuprunEsther Taylor

Another Pot for Salazar

Niveau 26 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

Pot-Limit Omaha

Vegard Andreassen opened to 125,000 and got called by Adan Salazar in the small blind.

The flop went {9-Spades}{5-Spades}{2-Hearts} and Salazar led out for 155,000, called by Andreassen. The turn was the {q-Hearts} and this time Salazar fired 670,000. Andreassen took a minute and eventually folded.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Aden Salazar us
Aden Salazar
10,900,000 400,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Vegard Andreassen no
Vegard Andreassen

Tags: Adan SalazarVegard Andreassen