2022 World Series of Poker

Event #78: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em
Jours 2
Event Info

2022 World Series of Poker

Main Gagnante
Event Info
Prize Pool
Info Niveau
200,000 / 400,000
Info Joueurs - Jour 2
Joueurs Survivants

David Miscikowski en tête à 22 left, 4 Français au Final Day

Niveau 25 : Blinds 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante
David Miscikowski
David Miscikowski

Day 2 of Event #78 $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em has ended with 22 players remaining out of the 257 who began the day. Play resumes at 2:00 p.m. on July 13 in Bally’s Gold where they will play down to a champion in this inaugural event.

The total prize pool was $3,034,900 The top five will lock up a six-figure payday, with the winner receiving the prestigious WSOP gold bracelet and a first-place prize worth $499,636.

Event #78: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1David MiscikowskiUnited States6,085,000101
2Matt BerkeyUnited States5,430,00091
3Thomas MacDonaldUnited Kingdom3,935,00066
4Sebastien AubeCanada3,130,00052
5Nicolas VayssieresFrance3,100,00052
6Luke MartinelliAustralia2,955,00049
7Santiago PlanteCanada2,920,00049
8Ran KollerIsrael2,270,00038
9Julien LoireFrance2,060,00034
10Alexander FarahiUnited States1,905,00032

David Miscikowski (6,085,000) nabbed the title of chip leader from Matt Berkey (5,430,000) in the last level of play before chips were bagged for the night. Rounding out the top five were Thomas MacDonald (3,935,000), Sebastien Aube (3,100,000) and Nicholas Vayssieres (3,100,000).

With three former bracelet winners and many accomplished players still in, tomorrow will be an action-packed day as the remaining 22 contenders battle it out for the bracelet and the lions share of the prize pool.

Play resumed in Level 16 today and shortly into Level 17, hand-for-hand play began with 208 players to determine the bubble with 205 spots being paid. On the very first hand, three different tables had knockouts. With those three immediately gone, the remaining players were in the money and there was a loud cheer knowing they had made it.

The field slimmed down quickly afterwards with many notables busting out and taking home a piece of the pot. Upeshka De Silva ($4,009), Scott Seiver ($4,009), David Peters ($4,009), Shankar Pillai ($5,011), Phil Laak ($5,209), Chance Kornuth ($6,174), Joe Cada ($6,823), Martin Jacobson ($7,654), Dominik Panka ($11,785) and Cary Katz ($13,999) were just a few of the many notables that cashed throughout the day.

The final players will return on July 13 at 2:00 p.m. in Bally’s Gold where they will play down until a champion is crowned. Stay tuned to PokerNews for live reports on all of the action throughout the day.

Tags: Cary KatzChance KornuthDavid MiscikowskiDavid PetersDominik PankaJoe CadaMartin JacobsonMatt BerkeyNicholas VayssieresPhil LaakScott SeiverSebastien AubeShankar PillaiThomas MacDonaldUpeshka De Silva