Sam “ApesSonIMHO” Soverel won the $5,300 NLH Online Live Event of the 2023 World Series of Poker at Horseshoe & Paris Las Vegas and secured his second bracelet.
The WSOP 2023 $5,300 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller Championship is an online tournament with a live final table. 304 players competed, including 104 re-entries, were played for $2.04 million in prize money.
60 players finished in the money, including Klemens Roiter (56/$11,628), Christopher Pütz (49/$11,628) and Leonard Maue (43/$11,832). Best DACH player was Jessica Teusl (12th/$24,276).
- 1st place: Aleksejs “APonakov” Ponakovs (Latvia), 1,595,000
- 2nd place: Lingkun “CN_23” Lu (USA), 1,155,000
- 3rd place: Yuval “Larrybird84” Bronshtein (Israel), 2,740,000
- 4th place: Sam “ApesSonIMHO” Soverel (USA), 2,875,000
- 5th place: Ethan “Rampunts” Yau (USA), 1,310,000
- 6th place: Gergely “wildace_hun” Kulcsar (Hungary), 525,000
Blinds: 25,000/50,000; BB Ante: 50,000
Yesterday the finalists played for the bracelet. Sam Soverel was sent to the final table as the leader, but Yuval Bronshtein was behind. The shorty at the table was Gergely Kulcsar.
Kulcsar slowly but surely built his stack and was the one who took the first player off the table. Ethan Yau ($80,784) played along Reins, Gergely Kulcsar called with jacks and left the poker vlogger to the rails.
The second shot was also due to the Hungarian. Gergely Kulcsar starred in the cutoff in, Lingkun Lu ($109,344) was in the small blind with kings, but the board gave Kulcsar a straight.
Aleksejs Ponakovs ($150,144) followed ;3d: in Sam Soverel’s pocket tens and not much later Yuval Bronshtein ($207,264) sent in against Kulcsar and .
With 5.69 million in chips, Gergely Kulcsar left as the heads-up leader. However, Sam Soverel was within striking distance with 4.51 million chips. The blinds at this point are 50,000/100,000.
Kulcsar was able to extend the lead a bit, but Soverel took the helm before the next break. The American also defended his blind and hit the flop . Soverel checked-call and improved on the turn . Again Soverel had his opponent fire a bet. am river The poker pro made the boat and answered the fourth bet with an all-in. Gergely Kulcsar thought for a long time, but discarded it .
After the blinds went up to 60,000/120,000, Gergely Kulcsar ($284,784) was short of 20 big blinds. The Hungarian then invested in Sam Soverel also paid and the board was using deal.
Online Event #13: $5,300 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller Championship
Buy in: $5,300
Prize money: $2,040,000
The payouts for the WSOP 2023 Online Event #13
|1||Sam Soverel||United States||$393,516|
|5||Linkun Lu||United States||$109,344|
|6||Ethan Yau||United States||$80,784|
|7||Brekstyn Schutten||United States||$59,364|
|8th||Kyle Miholich||United States||$44,064|
|10||Matt Berkey||United States||$24,276|
|11||Andjelko Andrejevic||United States||$24,276|
|13||Nick Guagenti||United States||$18,156|
|14||Paul Volpe||United States||$18,156|
|15||Anthony Hu||United States||$18,156|
|16||Robert Como||United States||$14,688|
|17||Brandon Wittmeyer||United States||$14,688|
|18||Eric Seidel||United States||$14,688|
|21||Taylor Von Kriegenbergh||United States||$13,260|
|22||Mike Vanier||United States||$13,260|
|23||David Goodman||United States||$13,260|
|25||Lander Lijo Bereciartua||Great Britain||$12,240|
|26||Tom Marchese||United States||$12,240|
|27||Maria Ho||United States||$12,240|
|28||Nicholas Schulman||United States||$12,240|
|29||Justin Pimpedly||United States||$12,240|
|32||Richard Tuhrim||United States||$12,036|
|33||Justin Saliba||United States||$12,036|
|34||Joe Kuether||United States||$12,036|
|35||Shaun Deeb||United States||$12,036|
|36||Aliaksandr Shylko||Czech Republic||$12,036|
|37||Justin Liberto||United States||$11,832|
|38||Chan Kim||United States||$11,832|
|40||Andrew Kelsall||United States||$11,832|
|41||Chad Eveslage||United States||$11,832|
|42||Joe McKeehen||United States||$11,832|
|44||Seth Davis||United States||$11,832|
|46||Tyler Gaston||United States||$11,832|
|47||Brandon Lulov||United States||$11,832|
|48||Carlos Chadha-Villamarin||United States||$11,832|
|52||Julio Clavell||United States||$11,628|
|53||Eric Baldwin||United States||$11,628|
|54||Joseph Lebrun||United States||$11,628|
|55||Lenny Kushnirsky||United States||$11,628|
|57||David Dibernardi||United States||$11,628|
|58||Rafal Michalowski||United States||$11,628|
|59||Alexander Condon||United States||$11,628|