Event #44: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship the 2022 World Series of Poker is down to the final five players with Andrew Yeh holding the chip lead and eyeing his first WSOP bracelet. Watch the Event #44 final table on PokerGO.com here! Yeh sits with 3,860,000 in chips ahead of Philip Long, Bryce Yockey,
Three players are eyeing their third WSOP bracelet at the Event #40: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship final table from the 2021 World Series of Poker including chip leader Kevin Gerhart. Gerhart sits with 2,720,000 in chips, and is trailed by Eddie Blumenthal Marco Johnson, Bryce Yockey, and Brandon Shack-Harris. Blumenthal is searching
No-Limit Hold'em Daniel Negreanu raised to 40,000 from under the gun and Bryce Yockey called next to act. The flop landed [6d8d5c] and Negreanu continued for 40,000. Yockey called, and the turn fell the [7h]. Negreanu checked, and Yockey bet 100,000. Negreanu called and the river fell the [2h]. Negreanu checked, Yockey announced a
2-7 Triple Draw Erik Sagstrom opened from early position, and action folded to Bryce Yockey in the big blind and he three-bet. Sagstrom called. One the first draw, Yockey drew one, and Sagstrom drew two. Yockey bet and Sagstrom called. On the second draw, Yockey stood pat, and Sagstrom drew one.
Pot-Limit Omaha Amnon Filippi was all-in for 26,000 from the small blind while Bryce Yockey and Randy Kaas played out for the side pot that was already sitting at 76,000. The dealer spread the [4h6h6c] flop and Yockey found himself all-in for his remaining 203,000 against Kaas. Filippi: [Th9h8s7h] Kaas: [9d9c7s5d] Yockey: [KhKdTs8h] The turn and
2-7 Tripple Draw Bryce Yockey raised to 12,000 from under the gun, Randy Kaas was next to act, and he called. Jim Collopy called from the hi-jack, and Mike Wattel called on the button. On the first draw, everyone drew two. Yockey checked, Kaas bet, Collopy called, and Wattel called. Yockey put in