Mateos on top, aiming for a new bracelet at $100,000 High Roller


Mateos on top, aiming for a new bracelet at $100,0...

WSOP 2023 The first day of one of the most expensive tournaments has come to an end with just a handful of players sitting at a poker table with Adrian Mateos at the top of all lists.

This Monday night was Day 1 Event #29 The $100,000 High Roller #29 took place and attracted 79 entrants participants, with an initial prize pool of $7,643,250 and late registrations still pending.

Jake Schindler is also looking for a new bracelet amidst the controversy.

The clock stopped and only 35 of the top pros got their chips, with Mateos coming out on top with a tower of 3,650,000 points,. Unfortunately there is no Latin Fleet represented yet, although there are big names like Espen Jorstad Isaac Haxton and backup The controversial Bryn Kenney and Jack Schindler is still in the running.

All survivors must now return to the Horseshoe and Paris venue in Las Vegas Tuesday at 12 noon Ben Tuesday at 12 noon they are expected to play 15 more levels of 40 minutes each. Blinds continue at 20,000/40,000 with stakes of 40,000 into Level 13 and registration closes at the start of Day 2. Event #29 $100,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em

Buy-in:$100,000Buy-In:79Pot:$7,643,250

Top 10 Count

Adrian Mateos – 3,650,000 2.

Chris Hunichen – 3,620,000 3.

Chance Kornuth – 3,375,000 4th Place

Espen Jorstad – 2,200,000 5.

Jeremy Ormes – 2,190,000 6.

Talal Shakerchi – 2,120,000 7.

Cary Katz – 1,880,000 8th

Corey Aldemere – 1,800,000 9th

Justin Bonomo – 1,795,000 10.

Ren Lin – 1,655,000.

*All count.

Mateos on top, aiming for a new bracelet at $100,0...

Comments (2)

  • This text provides an update on the WSOP 2023 tournament, specifically focusing on the first day of the $100,000 High Roller event. Adrian Mateos is currently leading the tournament, with other notable players still in the running, such as Jake Schindler and Bryn Kenney.

  • This text provides an update on the WSOP 2023 tournament, specifically Event #29, the $100,000 High Roller. It mentions the top players, including Adrian Mateos, and provides information on the chip counts and schedule for the next day of the tournament.

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