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The 2022 Wynn Millions $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max event wrapped up Thursday evening with New York's Cliff "JohnnyBax" Josephy taking home the trophy and $154,670 after a heads-up deal with Germany's Dennis Wilke, who earned $144,334 for his runner-up finish.
While the $10,000 buy-in, $10M GTD tournament at the 2022 Wynn Millions garnered the most attention, several side events were playing out at the series. That included the two-day $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max tournament, which attracted 276 entries, which blew by the $200K GTD by creating a $759,000 prize pool.
That was paid out to the top 31 finishers, some of which took place at the end of Day 1. Among those to cash were Jeremy Ausmus (25th - $7,180), Ariel Mantel (26th - $7,180), Ken Aldridge (27th - $71,80), Darren Elias (28th - $6,527), Kristen Bicknell (29th - $6,527), Pierce McKellar (30th - $6,527), and both Bin Weng and Jeffrey Tomlinson, who split $6,527 for 31st place after both busting on the same bubble hand.
Two dozen players returned to action on Day 2, which meant two-thirds of them would fall before the final table including Darren Rabinowitz (21st - $7,934), Stephen Song (17th - $9,864), Andrew Lichtenberger (16th - $9,864), Jonathan Jaffe (13th - $12,706), and start-of-the-day chip leader Daniel Lazrus (8th - $20,038).
The final table began with Landon Tice being the first to fall after getting his middling stack all in with two pair only to see Wilke tabled a flopped straight.
Next out was Paul Fisher, who fell to the eventual champion when his ace-deuce couldn't get there against Josephy's ace-ten. That started a bit of a heater for Josephy, who went on to knock out 2013 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event champion Ryan Riess in fourth, as well as Jordan Spurlin in third in a queens-versus-aces cooler.
Spurlin's elimination gave Josephy the chip lead, at which point he and Wilke reached a deal to chop up the remaining player pool based on their chip counts.
2022 Wynn Millions $3,000 NLH 6-Max Final Table Results
|1||Cliff Josephy||United States||$154,670*|
|3||Jordan Spurlin||United States||$75,521|
|4||Ryan Riess||United States||$52,902|
|6||Paul Fisher||United States||$29,981|
|7||Landon Tice||United States||$24,136|
*Denotes a two-way deal.
In addition to live updates from the 2022 Wynn Millions Main Event, PokerNews is offering coverage from a trio of other events including $1,600 PLO/NLH [$100,000 GTD] (March 08-09, 2022), $3,000 6 Max NLH [$200,000 GTD] (March 09-10, 2022), and $3,000 $1k Bounty [$200,000 GTD] (March 10-11, 2022).
Jordan Spurlin was all-in preflop against Cliff Josephy for around 1,700,000 and was at-risk as the shorter stack.
Spurlin picked up ladies at the wrong time as Josephy had aces, and the board ran out a clean to send Spurlin out in third place.
Josephy and Dennis Wilke are currently discussing a heads-up deal as the floor counts their stacks.
Level 27: 40,000/80,000/80,000
Cliff Josephy open-shoved out of the small blind and Ryan Riess took a moment before calling off with the smaller stack of around 850,000.
The flop of was bad news for Riess as it gave Josephy a set, and the gave Josephy a boat to have Riess drawing dead heading to the river.
Jordan Spurlin was all-in for around 1,300,000 against chip leader Dennis Wilke.
Spurlin had his opponent dominated and the board ran out to give him a flush and earn him a double-up.
Level 26 (30,000/60,000/60,000)
Daniel Smiljkovic opened to 120,000 from the cutoff and Dennis Wilke three-bet to 460,000 in the big blind. Smiljkovic called.
The dealer spread the flop and Wilke jammed. Smiljkovic called for his stack of approximately 1,600,000.
Both players had a flush draw and Wilke was ahead with his ace-high. The turn and river completed the board and Wilke took the pot with his nut flush, while Smiljkovic was eliminated in fifth place for $38,709.
Level 24 (20,000/40,000/40,000)
Daniel Smiljkovic was all-in for around 800,000 against Dennis Wilke, who had him covered.
Wilke still had the lead after the flop of , but the board finished out to give Smiljkovic a straight to double up and stay alive.
Level 22 (15,000/25,000/25,000)
Paul Fisher open-shoved a stack of about 385,000 from the cutoff and Cliff Josephy called out of the big blind with a bigger stack.
The flop came to create some chop potential, but the runout of secured the pot for Josephy and Fisher was eliminated.
Level 21 (10,000/20,000/20,000)
Landon Tice limped the small blind and Dennis Wilke checked his option from the big to bring about a flop.
Tice check-called a bet and then checked again when an paired the board on the turn.
Wilke bet, Tice check-jammed, and the former quickly called.
Wilke had flopped straight and Tice was looking to fill up. That didn't happen though as the river bricked to send him out the door in seventh place.