WSOP2023 last day at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, tables cleared, chairs filled with room and potatoes The noise of a bar stop…that is, everything but one table. In the corner of a now largely empty, quiet room, the winner hadn’t been chosen and the bracelet handed out, but Yuri Dzivielevski missed it.
The Brazilian was attempting to set the record for most World Series wins by a Latin player, but he has since held three records, which are Last Event #95: $1,000 Super Turbo No-Limit Hold’em Final, He Finished 2nd…
On this day, this event fits the World Series It’s over because the action never stops from start to finish. A total of 1,482 players participated and created a $1,318,980 prize pool, with a final winner selected after approximately 12 hours of gameplay.
Paul Berger wins last WSOP bracelet of the summer (North) and the first prize of $212,645.
The single challenge between Dzivielevski and Berger started with the same stack (15,120,000 to 14,600,000 for the Brazilian). ), the leadership changed hands several times. Before the final stand, Berger won the last pot in which the chip leader changed when he got a small flush. On the next hand, Dzivielevski (Q-J) pushed from the button and was checked to A-6, but couldn’t get what he needed to get his second bracelet of the summer. A 6 on the turn gives your opponent the win.
Event #95: $1,000 Super Turbo No-Limit Hold’em
Buy-Amount: $1,000Entry Amount: 1,482Pot: $1,318,980
1° Paul Berger – $212,6452. Yuri Givylevsky – $131,4083° San Diego Plant – $95,1954. Miguel Cardoso – $69,7515. Michael Liang – $51,7006° Kafton Ramsamooj – $38,7697. Lee Chang Han – $29,4178° Alex Zhang – $22,5899. Tai Cao – $17,556
10. Gabriel Schroeder – $13,81247. Rafael Reis – $4,27149. Murillo Milholm – $4,27156. Gerson Caldeira – $3,677155. Felipe Ramos – $1,751167° Louis Hilt – $1,751187° Ricardo Nakamura – $1,751