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Three remain to Battle for the 2023 WSOP Main Event Title

Tags: 2023 WSOP, Adam Walton, Daniel Weinman, Steven Jones.
Posted on 17 July 2023 by "T".

Jones, Weinman and Walton are the last three men standing for the coveted championship title.

The record-breaking 2023 WSOP Main Event is getting closer to crowning a winner at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. What started as a staggering field of 10,043 entries who shelled out the $10,000 buy-in for the biggest live poker event of the year, only three players remain to battle it out for the lion's share of the colossal $93,399,900 prize pool.

Steven Jones sat on the top of the leaderboard with 238,000,000 chips to his name, while Daniel Weinman (199,000,000) and Adam Walton (165,500,000) are trailing close behind. The chip leader holds 119 big blinds while Walton still has around 83 big blinds at his arsenal, promising deep-stacked action for the exciting conclusion of the tournament.

The penultimate tournament day witnessed a total of 116 hands, during which the field was whittled down from nine aspirants to only three contenders left, all who hail from the United States.

Loud "USA, USA, USA" chants were heard from all over the Horseshoe Event Center when the time for bagging and tagging came, and the first winner from the United States shall be crowned once more since John Cynn won back in 2018.

2023 WSOP Main Event - Seating Chart for the Final Day




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Adam Walton




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21 comments on "Three remain to Battle for the 2023 WSOP Main Event Title"

 CALICUL17/07/2023 14:23:37 GMT
3 Americans fighting for the big prize right at their home. This is good, but not impressive because Americans have very strong poker players, they have huge talent. Congratulations for their performance.
 geseco1218/07/2023 15:54:27 GMT
Besides being the majority of Americans who are always playing these types of events, their talents are impressive, they are very good, and this final table has shown it, a great show has been demonstrated by each of them.
 CALICUL18/07/2023 17:31:48 GMT
I like how Americans play, but this poker is their invention and they have many qualities that have brought them many successes and WSOP bracelets. It is nice to watch how they play in strong matches. We have a lot to see there...
 antonis32119/07/2023 05:04:18 GMT
Congratulations to Weinman on the win . 12.5 millions of dollars is life changing money without any doubt . Well done to all other players who made it to the FT , they all took good prizes , bit ofcourse the first one won the lions share.
 dule-vu19/07/2023 05:43:00 GMT
probably he start to believe that he will win this when he won hand with J J against Q Q and K K and he won that hand with J on turn and that was big pot! he kicked one player in that hand and after only 13 players left! so with luck in this hand he had everything till end of tournament on his side and when you win something like this, you must believe that you will win it! great for him!
 geseco1219/07/2023 16:46:36 GMT
I think that was an impulse to know that this tournament was for him, but also the 88 vs AA preflop was also very decisive, the 88 was an aggressive player and I think it was an advantage that just at that moment he had AA, there I think that defined everything because the other player was more conservative.
 dule-vu19/07/2023 16:47:50 GMT
He deserved it!
 AKQJ1020/07/2023 01:41:58 GMT
Spade Club Heart Diamond
 dule-vu20/07/2023 04:55:31 GMT
Nice post!
 geseco1220/07/2023 22:13:02 GMT
walton was being very aggressive with his opponents and I think he overplayed his hand when he went all in preflop with 88, he thought his opponent was bluffing him for calling preflop with that hand.
 dule-vu20/07/2023 22:22:12 GMT
Sometimes need some luck!
 geseco1223/07/2023 05:05:23 GMT
Of course, like everything in life you need a percentage of luck to be able to write your own path, but sometimes you always have to do your part so that this luck can be completed with other things and be able to achieve your goals.
 dule-vu23/07/2023 06:16:16 GMT
 geseco1226/07/2023 23:27:07 GMT
I really liked the final table, and I think there were players who were nervous at the final table and it is not for less because each jump of prizes was millions, that tension that is breathed in each hand played has no comparison.
 CALICUL26/07/2023 23:56:56 GMT
there are players who get angry, that's the situation, but sometimes bad luck makes you lose control and lose much faster. This is not the solution, but calmness, relaxation, skills, strategies it's very nice.
 geseco1229/07/2023 02:25:10 GMT
That's right, in these final stages you must be well prepared mentally, and always give your best game in each hand, a small mistake can cost you a lot of money, that's why a final table is always exciting to watch.
 dule-vu29/07/2023 05:01:13 GMT
Main event is over
 geseco1204/08/2023 04:03:05 GMT
that's right, it's over but we will always remember it until the next one starts, a great event that gave goose bumps to everyone, especially to these great professional players.
 dule-vu04/08/2023 04:38:08 GMT
Yeah, yeah, like somebody died! Close the thread!
 geseco1208/08/2023 04:18:20 GMT
I will keep watching and commenting, every time I want to get motivated at a final table I always like to watch these types of tournaments at final tables, I watch the replays on pokergo's you tube page, a great motivation to keep going.
 dule-vu08/08/2023 04:20:14 GMT
O god!

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