The 54th Annual World Series of Poker (WSOP) ended with Daniel Weinman shipping the $10,000 WSOP Main Event World Championship title. WSOP 2023 was the biggest poker show on the planet as Las Vegas bathed in poker during the event.
WSOP 2023 was a record-breaker, with events shattering attendance records as well as the prize pools. Many players managed to walk away with mind-boggling sums of money. Let’s have a look at 2023 WSOP total cashes in this article.
The Los Angeles-born poker pro finds himself first on the list with 15 WSOP cashes in 2023! He has fared quite well in the tournament, with his recent success at the biggest poker event on the planet propelling his total live earning to $9,089,896.
His best performance at the event came at the WSOP 2023 $ 10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship (Bracelet Event 14), with his 4th finish earning him $ 103,645. With a best live cash of $1,650,773, Yu finds himself slotted 139th on the all-time money list. It remains interesting to see if You can make it to the top 100 of the All Time Money list in his career.
Allen Kessler, who is nicknamed ‘Chainsaw’, had an outing to remember at the WSOP 2023, having cashed 15 times at the event. Following an impressive outing in Sin City, Kessler pushed his total live earnings to $4,304,814. One of his best performances at the 54th World Series of Poker was the 14th place finish at $25,000 H.O.R.S.E. (Bracelet Event 80), which fetched him $ 41,869.
He now finds himself sitting at the 427th spot in the All Time Money list while boasting a best live cash of $276,485. Will Allen Kessler continue to aim for better results? It remains interesting to see what the future holds for this Las Vegas-based poker pro.
The American who was Glenview but currently resides in Chicago has managed to pocket 15 amounts of cash at WSOP 2023. His best outing at the tournament came in (Bracelet Event 81) WSOP $600 No Limit Hold’em – Ultra Stack with the 11th place finish getting him $29,870.
It was only bettered by his performance at the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship-8-Handed (Bracelet Event 50), which saw him pocket $ 28,905 for a 42nd finish. His total live earnings sit at $2,581,334, with the best live cash being $225,210.
Mike Holtz, aka ‘BrockLesnar,’ had one of the best outings at WSOP 2023, having recorded the most cashes at the event. He created the record for the most cash in a single series. Holtz registered 25 cashes at WSOP 2023, with 9 of them being online. It propelled his total live earnings to $494,797, with his best live cash sitting at $94,800.
His biggest win was the 7th rank in $ 600 No Limit Hold’em/Pot Limit Omaha-8-Handed (Bracelet Event 31), which earned him $ 30,081, with the second biggest win seeing Holtz win $ 20,730 for his 62nd rank finish at $1,500 No Limit Hold’em – Monster Stack (Bracelet Event 39).
Apart from them, the likes of Israel based Yuval Bronshtein and Russia’s Ivan Starostin also recorded 15 cashes at the event. WSOP 2023 was truly one of a kind that broke multiple records.
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