Every Gold Bracelet Winner from the 2022 WSOP

2022 WSOP gold bracelet

The 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) runs May 31 through July 20 at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas. It's the first time ever that the WSOP has taken place on the famous Las Vegas Strip and there are more than 100 gold bracelets that will be won. Here is

Flop Bet Win for Paul Kuzmich

Nathan Zimnik raised to 3,500 from under the gun and both Paul Kuzmich and Maxx Coleman called from the button and big blind respectively. The flop landed [JcAd3d] and action checked to Kuzmich who bet 6,000. Coleman and Zimnik folded, and Kuzmich collected the pot.

Maxx Coleman Survives

Stud Hi-Lo Tamon Nakamura had the bring-in and Maxx Coleman completed. Action folded back to Nakamura and he raised. Coleman called all-in for 110,000 and each player's board ran out as follows: Nakamura: [Jc3s] / [3cQsTs4h] / [Kh] Coleman: [7d5d] / [6d3d8sJs] / [9c] Coleman scooped with his nine-high straight and eight-low.

Philip Long Eliminated in 9th Place

No-Limit Hold'em Philip Long moved all-in for 200,000 from the button with [QdJc] and Maxx Coleman called from the big blind with [Kd9s]. The board ran out [KcKsJs6h5c] and Long was eliminated in ninth place.

Maxx Coleman Triples with Set of Jacks

Omaha Hi-Lo Jeremy Ausmus raised to 100,000 from under the gun and Maxx Coleman called all-in for 80,000 from the small blind. Ben Yu raised to 150,000 in the big blind and Ausmus called. The [4c8cJc] flop checked through to reveal the [Qs] on the turn. Yu bet 100,000 and Ausmus

Ben Yu Wins on Fifth

Stud Tamon Nakamura completed with the [9h] and Maxx Coleman raised. Ben Yu made it 120,000 and after Nakamura folded, Coleman called. Yu bet fourth and fifth streets and Coleman called fourth, before folding on fifth. Coleman: [XxXx] / [Qh2d6d] Yu: [XxXx] / [Ks6h7c]

Philip Long Doubles Through Maxx Coleman

Stud Hi-Lo Maxx Coleman completed and Philip Long raised. Coleman called, and then led out on fourth with Long calling. On fifth, Long got his 90,000 in the middle and Coleman called. Each player's board ran out as follows: Coleman: [Qc2c] / [7cAc3hTs] / [Td] Long: [Jc8s] / [8c7d8hKs] / [Kd] Long improved to

Tamon Nakamura vs. Maxx Coleman

Stud Tamon Nakamura completed and Maxx Coleman called. Nakamura bet fourth, fifth, and sixth streets with Coleman calling each time. Nakamura: [XxXx] / [ThAh3sQc] / [Xx] Coleman: [XxXx] / [9c8sTd2s] / [Xx] Both players checked seventh, and Nakamura tabled his [Qs8c7h] and Coleman folded.

Richie Sklar Eliminated by Maxx Coleman

Stud Richie Sklar was all-in against Maxx Coleman as each player's board ran out as follows: Sklar: [4d4c] / [5sAd3cKc] / [5c] Coleman: [TcTs] / [2d2cKh9d] / [Qs] Sklar was unable to best Coleman's superior two pair and was eliminated in 14th place.

Philip Long Eliminated by Cary Katz

Pot-Limit Omaha Philip Long, Cary Katz, and John Monnette limped in before Maxx Coleman raised to 25,000 from the small blind. Long moved all-in for 32,000 total, and was called by Katz and Coleman as Monnette folded. The flop landed [8s4s7h] and Coleman checked. Katz bet the pot of 104,000 and Coleman