Live Events 3
Event #34: $1,500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em
Days:
123

Event Info

Buy-in $1,500
Players 1,774

Level Info

Level 36
Blinds 300,000 / 600,000
Ante 600,000

Players Info - Day 3

Players Left 1
Entries 10

Highlights

Highlights

Parys Enjoying Profitable Start to Day 3

blaisebourgeois • Level 28: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

David Dibernardi opened from under the gun to 205,000 and Maxime Parys called from the cutoff.

The flop came {10-Hearts}{4-Spades}{j-Clubs}. Dibernardi checked and Parys made it 205,000. Dibernardi called.

On the {8-Spades} turn, Parys continued for 625,000. After about 90 seconds, Dibernardi folded.

Maxime Parys fr
Maxime Parys
fr 11,600,000 200,000
David Dibernardi us
David Dibernardi
us 2,000,000 -985,000

Tags: David DibernardiMaxime Parys

Leibgorin Gets an Early Win

AngeniJaipaul • Level 28: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante
Michel Leibgorin
Michel Leibgorin

Under the gun, Jeremy Wien raised to 230,000 and was called by France's Michel Leibgorin and Maxime Parys.

The flop came down {k-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}{3-Clubs} and Wien checked, Leibgorin bet 400,000 and received a call from Parys while Wien folded.

A {4-Spades} showed up on the turn and Leibgorin bet 510,000. Parys thought for a second before folding his hand and Leibgorin took the win.

Maxime Parys fr
Maxime Parys
fr 11,400,000 2,500,000
Michel Leibgorin fr
Michel Leibgorin
fr 4,000,000 945,000
Jeremy Wien us
Jeremy Wien
us 2,700,000 435,000

Tags: Jeremy WienMaxime ParysMichel Leibgorin

Sullivan's Kings Take Down Pot

AngeniJaipaul • Level 28: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante
Dwayne Sullivan
Dwayne Sullivan

Dwayne Sullivan raised to 230,000 in early position and received a call from Samuel Bifarella in middle position, the blinds folded and these two were heads-up.

The flop came down {q-Spades}{5-Hearts}{3-Spades} to which Sullivan bet 305,000 and Bifarella called.

A {2-Diamonds} showed up on the flop and Sullivan bet 1,000,000 causing Bifarella to fold. Sullivan flipped over his hand to show {k-Hearts}{k-Spades} for his takedown on the turn.

Samuel Bifarella fr
Samuel Bifarella
fr 11,700,000 1,245,000
Dwayne Sullivan US
Dwayne Sullivan
US 3,700,000 455,000

Tags: Dwayne SullivanSamuel Bifarella

Orson Young Eliminated in 10th Place ($24,407)

blaisebourgeois • Level 28: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante
Orson Young
Orson Young

Michel Leibgorin opened for 240,000 from middle position and Orson Young shoved his remaining stack of 1,075,000 from the hijack.

Maxime Parys then asked for counts from both players and called Young's shove. Leibgorin opted to fold.

Orson Young: {q-Hearts}{q-Clubs}
Maxime Parys: {a-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}

In the classic race, the flop came {9-Clubs}{a-Spades}{j-Clubs}, putting Parys well out in front. The {2-Clubs} turn gave Young a flush draw.

The {j-Hearts} came on the river and Young was forced to settle for 10th place.

Maxime Parys fr
Maxime Parys
fr 8,900,000 530,000
Michel Leibgorin fr
Michel Leibgorin
fr 3,055,000 -915,000
Orson Young us
Orson Young
us Busted

Tags: Maxime ParysMichel LeibgorinOrson Young

Shuffle Up and Deal

AngeniJaipaul • Level 28: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

Cards are now in the air for the final day of Event #34: $1,500 Freezeout No Limit Hold'em.

Level:
28
Blinds:
50,000/100,000
Ante:
100,000

Will Steve Zolotow Add to his Legendary Status? Tune In to the $1,500 Freezeout from 1 P.M. Onwards

blaisebourgeois
Steve Zolotow
Steve Zolotow

Out of a field that once contained 1,774 hopefuls, only 10 remain after two days to battle for a piece of poker history: the coveted WSOP gold bracelet and the $364,899 top prize.

Those still battling it out in Event #34: $1,500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em will play down to a winner when all the action kicks off at 1 p.m. local time.

The biggest name left in the field is undoubtedly Steve Zolotow, who is one elimination away from reaching an incredible 22nd-career WSOP final table and looking for his third bracelet overall. This is Zolotow's second WSOP final table of 2022 after last having reached a final table back in 2010. He finds himself in the middle of the pack and will certainly put up a fight after finishing fourth in Event #3: $2,500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em.

Also in the field looking for their second bracelets are Justin Pechie and Jeremy Wien. Pechie comes into Day 3 in third place while Wien has a little more work to do as he begins in ninth.

Everyone is chasing a French duo at the top as Samuel Bifarella and Maxime Parys are currently the chip leaders, separated by a little over two million chips.

The players will play down to a winner today, taking 15-minute breaks every two 60-minute levels, with a possible dinner break that will be determined later in the day.

Follow all the updates here on PokerNews through to the conclusion of this event, as well as the rest of the events from the WSOP's new home at the Bally's and Paris Las Vegas.

Final Table Seat Draw

SEATPLAYERCOUNTRYCHIP COUNTBIG BLINDS
1Samuel BifarellaFrance10,455,000105
2Steve ZolotowUnited States3,960,00050
3Jeremy WienUnited States2,265,00028
4David DibernardiUnited States2,985,00037
5Justin PechieUnited States5,050,00063
6Michel LeibgorinFrance3,970,00050
7Kenny RobbinsUnited States2,765,00035
8Orson YoungUnited States1,235,00015
9Dwayne SullivanUnited States3,245,00041
10Maxime ParysFrance8,370,000105

Tags: David DibernardiDwayne SullivanJeremy WienJustin PechieKenny RobbinsMaxime ParysMichel LeibgorinOrson YoungSamuel BifarellaSteve Zolotow

Event #34: $1,500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em
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