Koray Aldemir WSOP Main Event Day 34 of the 2022 World Series of Poker at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas saw four events take place including the eagerly anticipated $10,000 Main Event. Two bracelets were awarded, one in a live event and the other in the latest round of online tournaments. Want to know what happened on Day 34? Yes? Then keep on reading.
Young Sik took down Event #66: $1,000 Mini Main Event No-Limit Hold’em , a result that came with an impressive $593,985 in addition to the event’s gold bracelet. Sik came from behind having started with only ten big blinds when the final five returned to the fray. Sik’s comeback was completed when he defeated Cosmin Joldis heads-up to become a WSOP champion.
The Online $500 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack crowned its champion “Ooohwee213” is that player. Ooohwee213 outlasted 1,508 opponents to turn their $500 investment into a coveted gold WSOP bracelet and a bankroll-boosting $149,729. The 2022 WSOP Main Event Kicks Off With 900 players; Trevino Leads
Cedrric Trevino in another event The tournament everyone has been waiting for, Event #70: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event World Championship finally shuffled up and dealt on Day 34 of the 2022 WSOP. Players piled into the tournament area in droves, with Day 1a attracting 900 players through the doors. After five levels of action, only 631 of those players had chips requiring bagging and tagging.
Popular vlogger Cedrric Trevino finds himself at the top of the Day 1a chip counts with 317,800 betting tokens. Trevino soared to the chip counts’ summit after improving to a set of kings on the river to crack his unfortunate opponent’s pocket aces. Trevino will be hoping he has not used up all his luck as this potentially record-breaking tournament progresses.
It was a case of beginner’s luck for Wesley Fei , a cryptocurrency investor and regular on the Hustler Live cash game stream. Fei only started playing poker six months ago and chose the 2022 WSOP Main Event as his first-ever tournament. What a story it would be if Fei went all the way and […]
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