Immerse yourself in the electrifying atmosphere of the 2023 WSOP from the comfort of your home with PokerGO.
The world’s most prestigious poker festival, the World Series of Poker (WSOP), is in full swing in Las Vegas, and PokerGO is your front-row ticket to all the thrilling action! Brace yourself for a week filled with intense championship battles and high-stakes showdowns as the best players in the world compete for glory and massive cash prizes.
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The remaining five players will come back today to battle it out for the bracelet and $2.3 million first prize, with all the action brought to you live by PokerGO.
If you’re a fan of the Great Game of Omaha, there is a real treat for you at today’s PokerGO broadcasting schedule. The 2023 WSOP Pot Limit Omaha High Roller event will crown its champion, and you’ll have the opportunity to watch every hand, from start to finish.
The $25,000 event attracted 449 entries this year, creating a staggering prize pool of $10.5 million. That massive field (for a 25k, non-Hold’em event, at least) is now down to the last five, all of them guaranteed at least half a million for their efforts.
Chip leader to start the day is Ka Kwan Lau of Hong Kong, and he’ll have his eyes set on that $2.3 million first prize. Sergio Martinez Gonzalez of Spain and Norway’s Mads Amot are two and three in chips, but they have some work to do to catch up with Lau.
Bringing up the rear are Roger Teska and Andjelko Andrejevic, both from the US. While they are the shortest stacks to start the day, they still have more than enough blinds to work with and master a comeback with some luck.
There is plenty of play left before we have the winner in this one, which means loads of fun for everyone watching at home. Remember, the action will be streamed live at PokerGO, so head on over, subscribe using our code POKERFUSE to get 15% off the subscription, and enjoy the unparalleled WSOP 2023 coverage.
“In 2022, we were just 112 players short from breaking the record for the highest WSOP Main Event in history,” the WSOP officials explained. “This year, we’re trying to make history with over 8,774 players in the Main Event.”
Matusow came within inches of claiming a WSOP gold but couldn't get over the last obstacle between him and his fifth bracelet.
It has been ten long years since Mike Matusow captured his last bracelet, and it seemed like Lady Luck was finally ready to smile upon ‘The Mouth’ as he found himself just one opponent away from taking down a $1500 Stud8 event at the 2023 WSOP.
The win would have brought Matusow’s total bracelet count to five and probably increase his chances of being inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame this year.
Emotions were high as Mike sat down across Marcin Horecki of Poland for the final skirmish, but it seems that all the pressure got to Matusow despite his immense experience on the circuit, and he couldn’t close the deal.
‘The Mouth’ was clearly disappointed by the close call, despite of pocketing over $95,000 for his runner-up finish — a very respectable prize for a $1500 tournament. Horecki, on the other hand, was over the moon, as this wasn’t just the first bracelet for him, but it is the first WSOP bracelet for Poland.
Is this the start of a comeback for Mike Matusow? Will he manage to finally capture another bracelet before the 2023 WSOP is over? Only time will tell, but you can make sure you aren’t missing out on any of the big moments by signing up for PokerGO and enjoying extensive day-to-day coverage of this year’s World Series.
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Kevmath is back at the Twitter helm to steer anyone and everyone in the right direction, and DNegs is back with his daily vlogs as he grinds out the series.