WSOP 2022: Gregory Teboul Wins First Bracelet, Colpoys Leads $50k Excessive Curler, Fedor Holz And Stephen Chidwick Chasing

WSOP 2022: Gregory Teboul Wins First Bracelet, Colpoys Leads $50k Excessive Curler, Fedor Holz And Stephen Chidwick Chasing

French participant Gregory Teboul received his first WSOP bracelet after outlasting a desk stuffed with American opponents.

Seven occasions befell throughout a busy day of poker motion at Bally’s and Paris in Las Vegas. With bracelets received within the Razz Championship in addition to the $777 Fortunate 7’s and $600 Combined NLHE/PLO Occasions, it was a break day for the Principal Occasion remaining ten, however everybody else appeared to be on the felt!


Julien Martini Wins Fourth WSOP Bracelet in Razz Championship


French participant Julien Martini joined David Peters and Scott Seiver as a four-time bracelet winner in Occasion #79 as he claimed the win within the $10,000-entry Razz Championship. In what was an exciting remaining desk, 9 gamers entered the final desk with 17 WSOP bracelets between them, that’s yet one more than Phil Hellmuth!


As soon as the ultimate 9 sat down, Ziya Rahim’s departure was adopted by Brandon Shack-Harris in eighth place after the American had led the sphere coming into the ultimate day. Brian Hastings’ bid to make it seven bracelet wins fell away for him to bust in seventh and the WSOP legend joined Shack-Harris in taking up Poker Corridor of Famer Todd Brunson.


These two youngsters obtained knocked out of the razz remaining desk and got here proper in our match. They assume they’re razz specialists so I needed to bluff an enormous pot and incinerate their faces for them. Freed from cost. 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

— Todd Brunson (@ToddBrunson) July 15, 2022


The Brazilian professional Felipe Ramos had performed some nice stuff heading to the ultimate levels of the occasion, however he simply couldn’t get something going on the remaining desk after dinner break, exiting in fifth place for $50,295.


Got here again from dinner break with 2.2M (2/5) and misplaced 100% of the arms. It was simply meant to lose and sucks not having the ability to do any higher. Terrible feeling. This recreation is so wonderful and only a few actually know the deal. I like poker and it’s artwork. Will attempt to maintain bettering. TYVM 🙏🏻💙

— Felipe Mojave Ramos (@FelipeMojave) July 15, 2022


All the way down to the essential remaining levels, Koray Aldemir missed out on the chance to win his second WSOP bracelet and after Yueqi Zhu busted in third place, Martini used his huge chip benefit to shut it out towards Hal Rotholz, who didn’t win his first bracelet however made all of it the best way to a fantastic second-place rating of $203,281.


For Martini, nonetheless, maybe a celebratory drink of his personal title, after profitable his fourth WSOP bracelet and third inside 9 months. Scintillating stuff.


WSOP 2022 Occasion #79 $10,000 Razz Championship Ultimate Desk Outcomes:                      


Julien Martini – $328,906
Hal Rotholz – $203,281
Yueqi Zhu – $149,958
Koray Aldemir – $111,991
Felipe Ramos – $84,683
Max Pescatori – $64,847
Brian Hastings – $50,295
Brandon Shack-Harris – $39,561
Ziya Rahim – $31,456


Teboul Takes Title After French Resistance


Gregory Teboul received the ultimate desk of the Fortunate 7’s Occasion #75 (Why not Occasion #77? – Ed) as he took down a remaining desk containing poker legend Allen Cunningham. With seven gamers reaching the ultimate desk, it was the five-time bracelet winner Cunningham who left in seventh place. Shoving for ten huge blinds with AhTh, Cunningham misplaced to Teboul’s QsTs when the board got here Qh9d5c3dQd. Luckily, Cunningham may see the serendipity in such an achievement.


Completed seventh. In a fortunate 7s match that principally means I received. 👍

— Allen Cunningham (@AllenCunningham) July 14, 2022


It was Padres fan Kyle Miholich who busted in sixth when his Ah2d was dominated by Rodney Turvin’s AsKh after a queen-high board propelled Turvin up the leaderboard. Just some minutes later, Jed Stewart was on the rail too, his Kh6h no good towards Turvin’s Ac6d, with all of the chips stepping into on the flop of AhKcQh. A 6s on the flip adopted by a 4d on the river doomed Stewart and gave Turvin an enormous lead over the remaining subject with 4 left.


All three of Tuvin’s opponents had much less chips collectively than he had as chip chief, however Teboul took a piece out of the chief’s stack earlier than James Hughes busted in fourth place. Hughes misplaced out for lower than ten huge blinds with Ks7h as Christopher Farmer’s Ts9c obtained there on a board of 8s6s3hTc8h.


Regardless of profitable that hand, the in a single day chief Farmer was nonetheless brief stacked, and busted in third for $207,777 when Turvin’s AhKs was too good for Farmer’s KcQh. Turvin had a good lead heading into the heads-up battle, with 168 million chips to Teboul’s 108 million, however that was reversed forward of the ultimate hand. Teboul had a 4:1 lead when he raised it up with AhTd and known as off Turvin’s As6s shove, holding by means of the ten-high board to win his first-ever WSOP bracelet and that jackpot-looking prime rating of $777,777.


WSOP 2022 Occasion #75 $777 Fortunate 7’s Ultimate Desk Outcomes:                          


Gregory Teboul – $777,777
Rodney Turvin – $400,777
Christopher Farmer – $207,777
James Hughes – $154,777
Jed Stewart – $116,777
Kyle Miholich – $87,777
Allen Cunningham – $66,777


Voitovs Wins Third Bracelet for Latvia


Latvian poker participant Romans Voitovs received the third bracelet his nation has ever claimed as he noticed out Occasion #80, the 4600-entry Combined NLHE/PLO bracelet occasion. On the second and remaining day of the occasion the place 76 gamers kicked off the motion, two gamers raced away from the motion with Romans Voitovs and Michael Dobbs working their manner in the direction of what appeared like an inevitable conflict for the gold.


Heads-up, Voitovs had a 3:1 lead and though Dobbs battled again, when he shoved with AhAc on a flop of 9d8h[97h], Voitovs was priced in to name with QdTc. The flip of a 6h meant the Latvian had one hand on the bracelet and drawing solely to a ten for the chop, Dobbs was denied by making his set on the Ad river, as Voitovs’ turned straight gave him victory and despatched his Latvian rail into ecstasy.


WSOP 2022 Occasion #80 $600 Combined NLHE/PLO Ultimate Desk Outcomes:                      


Romans Voitovs – $158,609
Michael Dobbs – $98,026
Justin Barnum – $72,544
Francisco Baruffi – $54,172
Richard Bai – $40,822
Jordan Russell – $31,046
Jacob Staley – $23,831
Andrew Peplinski – $18,464


Colpoys on Prime After Epic Day 1 of $50,000 Excessive Curler


Daniel Colpoys leads the sphere in Occasion #83, the $50,000-entry Excessive Curler NLHE occasion which kicked off on its Day 1 right this moment. With a stellar subject filled with stars, 97 gamers have been whittled right down to 32 survivors, as Colpoys bagged up over 2.8 million, a little bit away from German legend of poker Fedor Holz (2.3m). Elsewhere within the prime 10, Stephen Chidwick (2.1m), Brian Rast (1.6m) and Henrick Hecklen (1.05m) all ended the day forward of the million-chip mark to enter Day 2.


Different gamers who sailed into the subsequent day’s play included Dan ‘Cowboy’ Smith (860,000), Justin Bonomo (810,000) and Punnat Punsri (625,000), all of whom ended play within the prime half of the chipcounts. Scott Seiver (550,000), Sam Soverel (530,000) and Sean Winter (495,000) might be current too, with Adrian Mateos (265,000) and Dan Zack (230,000) among the many brief stacks to make the minimize.


Others weren’t so lucky, with Martin Kabrhel, Erik Seidel, Bryn Kenney, Daniel Negreanu, Chris Brewer, Jason Koon, Christoph Vogelsang, Ben Heath, David Peters, Jason Mercier and Nick Schulman all busting.


WSOP 2022 Occasion #83 $50,000 Excessive Curler Prime 10 Chipcounts:


Dan Colpoys – 2,835,000
Fedor Holz – 2,530,000
Stephen Chidwick – 2,100,000
Gregory Jensen – 1,895,000
Brian Rast – 1,635,000
Chris Hunichen – 1,380,000
Alexandros Theologis – 1,290,000
Yong Wang – 1,255,000
Joao Vieira – 1,150,000
Henrik Hecklen – 1,050,000


Toby Lewis, Cliff Josephy and Adam Hendrix Chasing NLHE Glory


Simply 10 gamers stay within the $5,000-entry NLHE Freezeout Occasion #81, with Peter Turmezey (8,810,000) holding the lead into the ultimate day. With Toby Lewis (6,665,000), Adam Hendrix (5,140,000) and Cliff Josephy (4,180,000) all within the prime 5, Marius Gierse missed out on the cash as ‘bubble boy’  earlier than Aaron Massey (23rd) Kitty Kuo (22nd) Mark Davis (19th) and Nacho Barbero (17th) all missed out after the cash locations started to make their payouts, with Michael Mizrachi (12th) heading out simply earlier than the ultimate desk.


With 11 gamers left, only one extra participant departed earlier than the ultimate day, with Mike Watson operating AhKc into Turmezey’s KdKs to bust, a board of 9h5s4c9d6s sending ‘Sir Watts’ house with $41,057.


WSOP 2022 Occasion #81 $5,000 NLHE Freezeout Prime 10 Chipcounts:                     


Peter Turmezey – 8,810,000
Toby Lewis – 6,665,000
Adam Hendrix – 5,140,000
Cliff Josephy – 4,180,000
Francois Pirault – 2,815,000
Johannes Straver – 2,585,000
Mo Arani – 2,400,000
Michael Katz – 1,865,000
Caio Almeida – 1,860,000
Valentin Oberhauser – 1,470,000


Two Different Bracelet Occasions Begin Day 1s


Two extra bracelet occasions befell on Day 45 of the 2022 WSOP, with Justin Lapka prime canine within the 82nd occasion of the 2022 WSOP, the $800-entry No Restrict Maintain’em Deepstack occasion. Lapka bagged up 2,425,000 chips , with Marcelo Giordano Mendes coming in second on 2.35 million. Elsewhere, Selim Oulmekki (2,030,000) and Artem Metalidi (1,895,000) bagged prime 5 stacks, with Ebony Kenney (795,000) and Ryan Leng (395,000) each surviving to Day 2 additionally.


WSOP 2022 Occasion #82 $800 NLHE Deepstack Prime 10 Chipcounts:                       


Justin Lapka – 2,425,000
Marcelo Giordano Mendes – 2,350,000
Selim Oulmekki – 2,030,000
Steve Savio – 1,965,000
Artem Metalidi – 1,895,000
Francis Anderson – 1,800,000
Ranganath Kanchi – 1,650,000
Martin Gavascinapoletano – 1,635,000
Marsel Backa – 1,605,000
Richard Alsup – 1,500,000


Lastly, in Occasion #84, the largest stack belonged to Brazilian professional and well-known Crew PokerStars Professional of outdated Andre Akkari (262,100), who piled up heaps greater than his nearest rival Greg Dyer (181,900). With huge names comparable to Daniel Negreanu (72,900), Mike Matusow (44,900), Todd Brunson (102,400), John Racener (62,200), and Eli Elezra (53,300) amounting barely smaller stacks, 328 gamers entered however solely 179 gamers lasted the day to achieve Day 2.


WSOP 2022 Occasion #84 $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. Prime 10 Chipcounts:                     


Andre Akkari – 262,100
Greg Dyer – 181,900
Joey Couden – 178,100
Tomasz Gluszko – 169,500
Jeffrey Taylor – 168,100
Paresh Doshi – 167,600
Clifford Ziff – 154,400
Mauricio Ferreire Pais – 152,700
Bruno Jais – 149,900
Jannicholas Neizert – 148,700


Russell Thomas is searching for all of the WSOP Principal Occasion gamblers on the market.


Asher’s WSOP fundamental occasion stack is listed as 29.4M on @PokerNews and I confirmed that it’s truly 24.4M. Simply need appropriate data on the market as a result of I’m positive individuals are playing based mostly on listed stacks

— Russell Thomas (@RunGoodRussell) July 14, 2022


Sandeep Pulusani regarded again on his bracelet win from yesterday by posting a The way it Began / How It’s Going picture comparability.


9 years (and about 6 retirements and un-retirements from poker 😂) later… we obtained bracelet #2 😮

— Deep Pulusani (@momentofdeep) July 15, 2022


Greg ‘Fossilman’ Raymer admitted to having an terrible time when it comes to WSOP outcomes, however the money motion greater than made up for it.


on the airport, pleased to be getting house. I like poker singer camp, however this was a troublesome one. 47 buyins, only one money. A minimum of it was a win, however not large enough to even put a lot of a dent within the different 46. Actual save was profitable nearly each money recreation session.

— Greg Raymer (@FossilMan) July 14, 2022


Barny Boatman pointed to a key benefit on the WSOP Principal Occasion finalists’ ‘prep day’ because the rain fell in Las Vegas.


The Principal Occasion finalists had in the future off and it rained by the bucketload. In Vegas. This may have been excellent preparation for the 2 British gamers who’ll be properly used to enjoying the monkey holdem on the Vic in damp socks.

— Barny Boatman (@barnyboatman) July 15, 2022


Jennifer Shahade is pleased to take recommendation from all corners of the globe in her poker profession. Left corners, site visitors lights, crossroads…


“Why’d you go all in with pocket 3s?”

My Uber driver has some extent.

— Jennifer Shahade (@JenShahade) July 15, 2022


We now have to complete on one of many funniest movies this summer time, nonetheless, as Greg goes ‘all-in’ on Phil ‘The Poker Brat’ Hellmuth.


“phil hellmuth’s advertising and marketing supervisor has a tough job”

sub on youtube plz [email protected] @phil_hellmuth

— Greg Goes All In (@GREGGOESALLIN) July 15, 2022


Official images courtesy of PokerGO, the house of live-streamed motion all through the 2022 World Collection of Poker in Las Vegas.

Author: Richard Gonzales