Henry Acain WSOP bracelet 2022

Henry Acain has won the $500 buy-in Housewarming No-Limit Hold’em event on Tuesday, outlasting a mammoth field of 20,080 entries. For his efforts, he wins $701,215 and his first gold bracelet.

The win in the event, which only required a $500 entry, Acain needed to outlast the largest field so far during the 2022 WSOP. With over 20,000 entries, the event plowed through its guaranteed $5 million prize pool, paying out over $10 million.

In post-match comments, Acain said the win was a lifetime accomplishment. “Amazing, I feel pretty good about it. It’s like my dream come true.”

The final table of the event was live-streamed through PokerGo and posted on YouTube:


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Raj Vohra is the winner of the $600 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack, surviving a field of 5,715 entries over two days to win his first WSOP bracelet and a $335,886 first-place prize. Vohra, whose biggest victory in the WSOP came during the 2008 No Limit Hold’em, was elated to finally get the coveted WSOP gold.

“It’s a dream come true. It’s the best moment of my life. I’ve waited for so many years, at least 15 years, for this moment, and it’s finally arrived. This is just a blessing, having all my friends and family here, my wife, it doesn’t get any better than this. This is it. But this is not the end, this is just the beginning. We got the first one, let’s see how many more we’re gonna get.

Other big winners included Qing Liu ($207,192), Hung Tran ($154,831), and Nicole Limo Greene.

What’s on tap for Wednesday

Ben Biebold and Mike Gorodinsky will go heads-up today in the conclusion of the $10,000 Dealer’s Choice 6-Handed Championship. Down from a field of 123 over three days, Diebold and Gorodinsky will be playing for the $299,488 first-place prize and bracelet. The runner-up will receive $185,095. Diebold holds a nearly 4:1 chip lead when action resumes at 2 PM PT.

Earlier in the day, Brian Rast finished in 3rd for $134,370 while Randy Ohel took down 6th place for $55,329.

Event #12 – The $50,000 High Roller No Limit Hold’em 8 Handed: Just 8 players remain in the event with Brek Schutten holding the chip lead against the likes of Punnat Punsri, Jake Schindler, Shannon Shorr, David Peters, and Andrew Lichtenberger. They will be playing towards the $1,328,068 first-place prize as well as the coveted bracelet when action resumes at 4 PM PT. The event will be broadcast live through the PokerGo subscription service.

The $1,500 Limit Hold’em finished Day 2 on Wednesday morning with 16 players remaining and Christoph Kwon holding on to the chip lead heading into Day 3. Notables in the top include Nick Pupillo and Joe Mckeehen.

Fabrice Bigot holds the chip lead in the $1,500 6-Handed No Limit Hold’em after the first day of play with 160 players still remaining, down from 2,392 who entered the tournament. Action picks up at noon PT.

Bracelet winner Bryce Yockey holds the lead in the $10,000 Omaha Hi/Lo 8 or Better Championship after the first day of play with 108 out of the original 180 players still alive in the event. Other players with big stacks include Alex Livingston, John Esposito and Perry Friendman.

Upcoming events

Wednesday will see the start of two new bracelet evens, the $3,000 No Limit Hold’em, which gets underway at 11 AM PT while the $3,000 Mixed Triple Draw Lowball begins in the afternoon. We are hoping for no nipple massages at the table.

Watch the 2022 WSOP

Today, WSOP streaming action returns with the final table of the $50,000 High Roller No Limit Hold’em event. Poker fans will be able to tune in by purchasing a premium subscription for $14.99 per month or $99 per year.

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