Phenomenon Fedor Holz exits Event 84: $50,000 NL Hold’em High Roller in the ITM bubble, looking for his first WSOP 2023 cash. After flipping A?K♥ against Brandon Wittmeyer’s 10?10♥, he found no outs on the Q♠6♣4♠9♥2♠ board and left the Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas with empty pockets .
Daniel Negreanu, on the other hand, was far luckier than the young European. Just before the bubble burst, he found two outs that broke Espen Jørstad’s pair of aces.
Brazilian Pedro Garagnani lost a large pot and was eliminated in 25th place. 9tales members won a total of $80,920. See how he’s gone:
Pedro moved all-in from the 40,000/80,000 blinds with BB ante holding A♠J♣ and raised straight to 160,000 minutes from the cutoff, according to the PokerNews portal . Meanwhile, Justin Kindred defended his big hand and announced a 3-bet all-in for $1,650,000. Pedro thought it through and called with 1,400,000 in chips. Kindred, holder of 7♣7♦, hit a K♣J♦7♠4♠K♥ board from the big blind.
The WSOP took home $8,404,000 in Event 84 by registering 176 entrants. In addition to the gold bracelet, the winner will receive $2,087,073 in prize money.