2022 WSOP Day 19: Hellmuth Flying High in $10K Deuce to Seven

Phil Hellmut

It may be the weekend, but there was no rest of the players hoping to become 2022 World Series of Poker champions at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas because Day 19 of the 2022 WSOP was another busy session. Another three players secured WSOP gold bracelets on Day 19 of the series, while four more events inched closer to awarding their WSOP hardware.

Justin Pechie became a two-time WSOP champion when he came out on top of a 1,774 crowd in Event #34: $1,500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em. Bracelet number two also came with $364,899 in prize money, giving Pechie plenty of ammunition for the rest of the series.

Hong Kong’s Lok Chan has $144,338 reasons to celebrate after he took down Event #35: $2,500 mixed big bet. Chan is only 22-years-old, making him the youngest bracelet winner of the 2022 WSOP so far.

The third bracelet of the evening is now on the wrist of Ali Eslamiwho triumphed in Event #36: $1.50 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better. Eslami took home $135,260 and immediately jumped into the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship event, where he bagged a stack for Day 2.

Hellmuth Through to Day 3 of the $10K Deuce to Seven

Phil Hellmut
Phil Hellmut

It has been quite the 2022 WSOP for Phil Hellmut. First, he missed the opening events with due to some, how shall we put it, stomach issues. Then he caught COVID-19 and was forced to sit on the sidelines. Then he had accidentally swiped his chips, but now he is on course for a record-extending 17th WSOP bracelet in Event #38: $10,000 No Limit 2-7 Single Draw Championship.

Hellmuth returns for the final day with 591,000 chips, enough for fifth place from the remaining 14 superstars. However, Hellmuth’s stack, as healthy as it is, is almost half that of Scott Seiver (1,014,000) who leads the final 14 players from the 121-strong field back into battle.

Defending champion Farzad Bonyadi (917,000), Eli Elezra (557,000), and Yuri Dzivielevski (51,0000) are just a trio of top-tier players standing between Hellmuth and his 17th bracelet.

Head to PokerNews‘ live reporting pages from 2:00 pm on June 19 for the conclusion of this star-studded event.

Event #38: $10,000 No Limit 2-7 Single Draw Championship

Place players Country crisps
1 Scott Seiver United States 1,014,000
2 Pedro Bromfman Brazil 977,000
3 Farzad Bonyadi United States 917,000
4 Jerry Wong United States 801,000
5 Phil Hellmut United States 591,000
6 Eli Elezra Israel 557,000
7 Yuri Dzivielevski United States 510,000
8th Cary Katz United States 480,000
9 Andrew Kelsall United States 395,000
10 Alex Livingston Canada 346,000

Is this the event that gives Hellmuth his 17th WSOP bracelet?

Yea Secured Millionaire Maker Day 1b Chip Lead

Steve Yea
Steve Yea

Another 4,429 players bought into Event #37: $1,500 Millionaire Maker on Day 1b, taking the total attendance to 7,975. The WSOP is still figuring out the overall prize pool, but there will be a top prize of at least $1 million as the event’s name suggests.

Steve Yea finished Day 1b with a 445,000 stack, which were enough to call him the Day 1b chip leader. Several other players, including Christopher Gu (420,500), Alain Bauer (390,500), Nada Siddick (390,400), and Paul Berger (382,000) came close to becoming the overnight chip leader but the night belonged to Yea.

So safely through to Day 2 are Ryan Leng (311,500), Robert Mizrachi (279,500), JJ Liu (276,500), Dmitry Yurasov (252,500), Dan Heimiller (167,500), and Georgios Sotiropoulos (116,000).

Play resumes at 10:00 am local time on June 19 with 1,701 players returning to the action. PokerNews, as always, will be with you every step of the way as the massive field is decimated over the course of ten more levels.

Event #37: $1,500 Millionaire Maker Day 1b Top 10 Chip Counts

Place players Country crisps Big blinds
1 Steve Yea south korea 445,000 178
2 Christopher Gu United States 420,500 168
3 Alain Bauer United Kingdom 390,500 156
4 Nada Siddick United States 390,400 156
5 Paul Berger United States 382,000 153
6 Tyler Gaston United States 379,500 152
7 Joe Eckford United States 347,000 139
8th RyanLaw United States 334,000 133
9 Jeffrey Tanouye United States 332,500 133
10 Dong Ji United States 331,500 132

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Oxman Excels on Day 1 of the $3K PLO

Day 1 of the Event #39: $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha 6-Handed saw 719 players buy in and create a $1,919,730 prize pool, of which $3,71,358 awaits the winner. Ari Oxman has done his chances of securing that sum no harm at all because he bagged up 753,000 chips at the close of play and leads this event by some distance going into Day 2.

With the big blind on Day 2 starting at 2,500, Oxman has more than 300 big blinds in his stack, so plenty of room to maneuver when the second day shuffles up and deals.

Also deep-stacked are the likes of Anik Ajmera (641,500), David Levy (553,500), and Krzysztof Magott (493,500). Others to look out for in the PokerNews live updates includes the likes of Rafael Lebron (340,000), Robert Cowen (334,500), Shankar Pillai (305,000), Jan Peter Yachtman (264,000) Jeff Lisandro (150,000), and Paul Volpe (87,000).

tune into PokerNews from 1:00 pm on June 19 when this event gets back underway. Only 108 of the 162 returning players is guaranteed some of the prize money, which means the bubble could and should burst in the opening few levels; exciting times indeed!

Event #39: $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha 6-Handed Top 10 Chip Counts

Place players Country crisps Big blinds
1 Ari Oxman United States 753,000 301
2 Anik Ajmera India 641,500 256
3 David Levy United States 553,500 221
4 Krzysztof Magott Poland 493,500 197
5 Julian Galvan United States 492,500 197
6 Joe Rutledge United States 461,500 185
7 Benedict Eberle Austria 447,500 179
8th Tomasz Kozub Poland 445,000 178
9 Fabian Brandes Austria 409,500 164
10 Shea Quintin United States 393,000 136

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Brunson Bags a Big Stack in the $10K Stud Hi-Lo Championship

Todd Brunson
Todd Brunson

Todd Brunson finished in the top ten after Day 1 of Event #40: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championshipcourtesy of his 209,500 stack. The Poker Hall of Famerswhose solitary bracelet came in a $2,500 Omaha Hi-Lo event in 2005, is long overdue another piece of poker jewelry.

Brunson is joined on Day 2 by a whole host of stellar names, including chip leader Peter Gelencser (371,500), Eric Kurtzman (359,500), and Jason Gola (288,000). Other WSOP champions still include in the mix John Monette (196,000), Perry Friedman (186,500), Chris Tryba (184,000), Daniel Zack (180,000), and Daniel Negreanu (159,500).

The Day 2 field is stacked with talent, don’t miss any of the action by tuning into PokerNews from 2:00 pm local time on June 19.

Event #40: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship Top 10 Chip Counts

Place players Country crisps
1 Peter Gelencser Hungary 371,500
2 Eric Kurtzman United States 359,500
3 Jason Gola United States 288,000
4 Per Hildebrand Sweden 218,500
5 Ziya Rahim United States 213,000
6 Todd Brunson United States 209,500
7 John Monette United States 196,000
8th Perry Friedman United States 186,500
9 Chris Tryba United States 184,000
10 Daniel Zack United States 180,000

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