$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (2024)

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$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD]

Day: 6

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Event Info

2022 Wynn Millions

Final Results

Winner

Tony Sinishtaj

Winning Hand

aa

Prize

$1,655,952

Event Info

Buy-in

$10,000

Prize Pool

$10,105,000

Entries

1,075

Level Info

Level

32

Blinds

150,000 / 300,000

Ante

150,000

Players Info - Day 6

Entries

9

Players Left

1

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD]

Day 6 Completed

Tony Sinishtaj Takes Down 2022 Wynn Millions Main Event ($1,655,952)

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$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (3)

Level 32: 150,000/300,000, 150,000 ante

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (4)

The 2022 Wynn Millions Main Event wrapped up early Saturday morning with New York's Tony Sinishtaj defeating Isaac Kempton during heads-up play to win the massive first-place prize of $1,655,952 and the Wynn golden trophy. Kempton also took home seven figures with a score of $1,093,314.

The prestigious $10,000-buy-in tournament lasted for six days and attracted a total of 1,075 runners to generate a huge $10,105,000 prize pool, surpassing the $10 million guarantee. The event had three starting flights and saw many of the biggest names in poker competing on the blue Wynn felt, including Daniel Negreanu, Jason Koon, Erik Seidel, Alex Foxen and Dan Smith.

Defending champion Andrew Moreno, who won the first-ever Wynn Millions Main Event in 2021 for 9$1,460,105, was looking to earn his second million-dollar score and made a deep run that ended with a 23rd-place finish for $71,657.

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (5)

Play on Day 6 went on for more than 12 hours as the nine players who started the day were gradually eliminated. Those players include Alex Livingston (3rd - $745,749, Vanessa Kade (4th - $527,481), Tony Tran (6th - $304,161) and Sean Perry (8th - $202,9080).

Sinishtaj, who previously had $1,765,042 in tournament earnings, according to The Hendon Mob, including a victory at the 2017 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown for $661,283, told PokerNews that his latest win is his sweetest.

“It has to be first," Sinishtaj said. "This is awesome.”

2022 Wynn Millions Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPayout (USD)
1Tony SinishtajUnited States$1,655,952
2Isaac KemptonUnited States$1,093,314
3Alex LivingstonCanada$745,749
4Vanessa KadeCanada$527,481
5Michael StemberaUnited States$390,053
6Tony TranUnited States$304,161
7Roland ShenUnited States$244,541
8Sean PerryUnited States$202,908
9Neng LeeUnited States$171,280

Final Table Action

Kade, a 2021 GPI Breakout Player nominee, entered the final table as chip leader and wasted no time putting her opponents in difficult situations, including an early hand where she shoved on Livingston, who was second in chips at the time.

Kade maintained the lead throughout most of the day but her run was tragically cut short when she called off with pocket aces in a pot against Sinishtaj, who had recently become the big stack, and saw the bad news when the eventual champion tabled a flush.

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (6)

After three hours of four-handed play, Livingston, who finished third in the 2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event, was next out after losing most of his stack to Kempton in a hand where Livingston's two pair couldn't hold against the straight draw of Kempton, who doubled up and took the chip lead. Not long after, Livingston ran king-jack into the ace-king of Sinishtaj to bust.

Heads-up play lasted only a few minutes despite both players having deep stacks. Just three hands in, Kempton four-bet in position, and Sinishtaj check-called the whole way down. Kempton's last chips went in the middle on the river and Sinishtaj quickly called, showing pocket aces to defeat the pocket jacks of Kempton.

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (7)

“We were pretty deep. He opened, I three-bet, and then when he four-bets I’m going to just call there. If I shove, maybe he could get away from some big hands," Sinishtaj said when asked about his strategy in the hand.

Sinishtaj further elaborated on his strategy going into the final table: “Coming in I had a bad seat with the chip leaders to my left, so I played tight and kind of tried to ladder, play tighter than normal. But then once I got the chip lead, I kind of tried to switch it around on them a little bit.”

Sinishtaj described how it felt to win a career-best $1,655,952 and the coveted Wynn trophy:

"Amazing," he said simply.

That does it for PokerNews coverage of the 2022 Wynn Millions Main Event, but the series rolls on for another week. Here's a look at the remaining schedule:

Remaining 2022 Wynn Millions Schedule

Date(s)Buy-InTournamentGuarantee
3/11-3/14$3,500No-Limit Hold'em$2,000,000
3/13$5,200NLH Progressive Bounty$250,000
3/14-3/16$400No-Limit Hold'em$100,000
3/16$400No-Limit Hold'em$40,000
3/17-3/20$1,000No-Limit Hold'em$500,000
3/20$550No-Limit Hold'em$50,000

Here's a look at all those who've captured titles thus far at the 2022 Wynn Millions:

*DateTournamentEntriesPrize PoolWinnerHometown/CountryPrize*
2/21/22$400 NLH $40K GTD313$107,985Gabriel Jin GohNew Zealand$17,000
2/22/22$400 NLH $40K GTD261$90,045Ray TeasdaleChula Vista, CA$14,047
2/22/22$400 Limit Omaha 8/B $25K GTD140$48,300Wesley GronhoudNekoma, ND$11,961
2/23/22$400 NLH Seniors $40K GTD348$120,060Lawrence BeachDecatur, GA$19,290
2/24-2/27/22$1,600 Wynn Mystery Bounty2,103$3,049,350Eddy KonarskeEnglewood, CO$222,072
2/28-3/1/22$1,100 NLH Seniors $100K GTD246$239,850Mark SeifLas Vegas, NV$60,610
3/1/22$400 PLO $25K GTD191$65,895Rishi MakkarCanada$18,229
3/1/22Event #1: $10K NLH High Roller49$490,000Jake SchindlerLas Vegas, NV$166,600
3/2/22Event #2: $15K NLH High Roller40$600,000Daniel NegreanuLas Vegas, NV$216,000
3/7/22Event #3: $10K NLH High Roller60$600,000Ali ImsirovicBosnia$180,000
3/8/22Event #4: $10K NLH High Roller73$730,000Bin WengUSA$189,800
3/9/22Event #5: $15K NLH High Roller43$645,000Brekstyn SchuttenUSA$219,300
3/8-3/9/22$1,600 PLO/NLH $100K GTD194$282,270Maziar KeshavarziUSA$61,698
3/9-310/22$3,000 6-Max NLH $200K GTD276$759,000Cliff JosephyUSA$154,670
3/10-3/11/22$3,000 NLH $1k Bounty $200K GTD200$350,000Ben DieboldUSA$96,810
3/4-3/11/22$10,000 Wynn Millions $10M GTD1,075$10,105,000Tony SinishtajUSA$1,655,952

Tags:Alex FoxenAlex LivingstonAndrew MorenoDan SmithSean PerryTony SinishtajTony TranVanessa Kade

Isaac Kempton Eliminated in 2nd Place ($1,093,314)

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$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (8)

Level 32: 150,000/300,000, 150,000 ante

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (9)

Hand #383: Isaac Kempton opened and Tony Sinishtaj three-bet to 2,300,000. Kempton four-bet to 5,600,000 and Sinishtaj smooth-called.

Sinishtaj checked on the flop of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (10)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (11)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (12) and called a bet of 2,800,000 from Kempton. Sinishtaj again check-called when Kempton sized up to 4,200,000 on the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (13) turn.

Sinishtaj checked a third time on the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (14) river and Kempton took about a minute before moving all-in. Sinishtaj snap-called and Kempton showed $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (15)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (16), which was no good against the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (17)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (18) of Sinishtaj.

The floor confirmed that Sinishtaj had Kempton barely covered and the latter player was eliminated in second place for a cool $1,093,314.

Tony Sinishtaj is the winner of the 2022 Wynn Millions Main Event. Stay tuned for a recap of the day's events.

PlayerChipsProgress
Tony Sinishtaj43,000,000

20,500,000

20,500,000

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (21)

Isaac KemptonBusted

Tags:Isaac KemptonTony Sinishtaj

Hands #381-382: Sinishtaj Takes Slight Lead

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$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (24)

Level 32: 150,000/300,000, 150,000 ante

Hand #381: Isaac Kempton and Tony Sinishtaj got to showdown on a board of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (25)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (26)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (27)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (28)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (29). Sinishtaj showed $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (30)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (31) to win the pot with a pair of fours.

Hand #382: Sinishtaj opened to 600,000 and Kempton laid it down.

PlayerChipsProgress
Tony Sinishtaj22,500,000

500,000

500,000

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (34)

Isaac Kempton21,500,000

-500,000

-500,000

Alex Livingston Eliminated in 3rd Place ($745,749)

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$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (37)

Level 32: 150,000/300,000, 150,000 ante

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (38)

Hand #379: Tony Sinishtaj opened and took it down.

Hand #380: Sinishtaj opened and Alex Livingston moved all-in for a short stack. Sinishtaj called.

Alex Livingston: $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (39)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (40)
Tony Sinishtaj: $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (41)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (42)

Livingston was dominated and received no help from the runout of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (43)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (44)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (45)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (46)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (47) to go out in third place for $745,749.

PlayerChipsProgress
Tony Sinishtaj22,000,000

6,700,000

6,700,000

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (50)

Isaac Kempton22,000,000

-700,000

-700,000
Alex LivingstonBusted

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (55)

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (56)

Tags:Alex LivingstonTony Sinishtaj

Hands #365-378: Kempton Spikes River to Double Through Livingston

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$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (57)

Level 32: 150,000/300,000, 150,000 ante

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (58)

Hand #365: On a $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (59)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (60)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (61) flop, Isaac Kempton was in the big blind and checked. Tony Sinishtaj bet 500,000 on the button, and Kempton raised to 1,500,000, causing Sinishtaj to fold.

Hand #366: Alex Livingston opened the button to 700,000 and Sinishtaj defended the big blind. Both players checked the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (62)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (63)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (64) flop to the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (65) turn. Sinishtaj check-called for 700,000 and both players checked the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (66) river. Livingston revealed $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (67)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (68) to claim the pot.

Hand #367: Kempton opened the button to 600,000 and both opponents folded.

Hand #368: Livingston limped the small blind and Kempton checked his option. The $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (69)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (70)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (71) flop was checked to the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (72) turn, where Livingston bet 500,000 and Kempton called. The $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (73) was checked by both. Isaac's $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (74)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (75) was good for the pot.

Hand #369: Livingston opened the button to 700,000, Kempton called the small blind, and Sinishtaj defended the big blind. The trio checked the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (76)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (77)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (78) flop to the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (79) turn. Kempton checked and Sinishtaj bet 1,200,000. Both Livingston and Kempton called. The $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (80) river was checked through. Livingston showed $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (81)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (82) to take the pot.

Hand #370: Livingston received a walk.

Hand #371: Sinishtaj opened the button to 600,000 and Livingston three-bet to 2,300,000 in the small blind. Both opponents folded.

Hand #372: Kempton raised the small blind to 1,000,000 and took down the pot.

Hand #373: Livingston received a walk.

Hand #374: Sinishtaj opened the button to 600,000 and Kempton defended the big blind. Kempton check-folded to a 300,000 bet on the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (83)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (84)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (85) flop.

Hand #375: Livingston opened the button to 700,000 and Kempton three-bet the small blind to 2,300,000. Livingston called. The flop came $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (86)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (87)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (88), Kempton led for 1,300,000, and Livingston called. The $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (89) fell on the turn and Kempton jammed for approximately 8,600,000. Livingston called.

Isaac Kempton: $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (90)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (91)
Alex Livingston: $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (92)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (93)

Livingston had two pair and Kempton needed to complete his open-ended draw to stay alive. The dealer put down the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (94) onto the felt to complete the board, as Livingston whipped his head back in disbelief and Kempton breathed a deep sigh of relief upon hitting his draw to keep his tournament life alive and give him the chip lead.

Hand #376: Sinishtaj opened the small blind and took down the pot.

Hand #377: Sinishtaj opened to 600,000 on the button took down the pot.

Hand #378: Kempton limped the small blind and Sinishtaj checked his option. Both players checked the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (95)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (96)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (97) flop, and Kempton led for 400,000 on the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (98) turn. Sinishtaj called. The $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (99) completed the board and Kempton bet 1,000,000. Sinishtaj called, and showed $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (100)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (101) to claim the pot.

PlayerChipsProgress
Isaac Kempton22,700,000

11,050,000

11,050,000
Tony Sinishtaj15,300,000

-4,850,000

-4,850,000

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (106)

Alex Livingston5,000,000

-6,200,000

-6,200,000

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (109)

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (110)

Level: 32

Blinds: 150,000/300,000

Ante: 150,000

Hands #346-364: Sinishtaj Doubles Through Livingston

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$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (111)

Level 31: 125,000/250,000, 125,000 ante

Hand #346: Isaac Kempton got to showdown against Alex Livingston on a board of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (112)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (113)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (114)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (115)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (116) and was good with $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (117)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (118).

Hand #347: Kempton raised and took it down.

Hand #348: In a limped pot on a board of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (119)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (120)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (121), Tony Sinishtaj bet 300,000 and Livingston called. Sinishtaj checked on the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (122) river and folded when Livingston bet 800,000.

Hand #349: Livingston got to showdown against Kempton on a board of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (123)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (124)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (125)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (126)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (127) and was good with $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (128)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (129).

Hand #350: In a single-raised pot on a flop of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (130)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (131)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (132), Kempton bet 300,000 and Livingston check-called, only to check-fold on the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (133) river.

Hand #351: Kempton got a walk.

Hand #352: Livingston raised and took it down.

Hand #353: Kempton opened and both players called, only to fold when Kempton bet on the flop of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (134)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (135)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (136).

Hand #354: Sinishtaj bet and took it down.

Hand #355: Livingston bet 500,000 on a flop of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (137)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (138)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (139) and Sinishtaj folded.

Hand #356: Sinishtaj got to showdown against Livingston on a board of of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (140)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (141)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (142)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (143)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (144) and was good with $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (145)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (146).

Hand #357: Kempton got a walk.

Hand #358: Livingston opened to 600,000 and moved all-in when Sinishtaj three-bet to 2,000,000. Sinishtaj called.

Sinishtaj: $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (147)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (148)
Livingston: $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (149)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (150)

Sinishtaj doubled as the board ran out $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (151)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (152)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (153)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (154)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (155).

Hand #359: Kempton got a walk.

Hand #360: Livingston raised and took it down.

Hand #361: Sinishtaj raised and took it down.

Hand #362: Sinishtaj opened and everyone folded.

Hand #363: Kempton raised and took it down.

Hand #364: Kempton opened and Livingston defended, only to fold on the flop of $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (156)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (157)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (158).

PlayerChipsProgress
Tony Sinishtaj20,150,000

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (161)

Isaac Kempton11,650,000
Alex Livingston11,200,000

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (166)

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (167)

Break

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$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (168)

Level 31: 125,000/250,000, 125,000 ante

The three remaining players are on a 10-minute break.

Hands #340-345: Livingston Calls Sinishtaj's Bluff

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$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (169)

Level 31: 125,000/250,000, 125,000 ante

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (170)

Hand #340: Isaac Kempton limped-called the small blind after Tony Sinishtaj raised the big blind to 850,000. On the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (171)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (172)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (173) flop, Kempton check-raised a bet of 650,000 up to 1,600,000, causing Sinishtaj to fold.

Hand #341: Kempton opened the button to 500,000, Sinishtaj three-bet the small blind to 1,700,000, and Kempton called. The flop fell $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (174)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (175)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (176) and Sinishtaj led for 1,400,000. Kempton called. The $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (177) hit the felt on the turn and Sinishtaj jammed. Kempton put his hand on his head and looked down at his covered stack of roughly 7,250,000, and after thinking about it, ultimately put his cards in the muck.

Hand #342: Sinishtaj opened the button to 600,000 and everyone folded.

Hand #343: Alex Livingston opened the button to 575,000 and Sinishtaj defended the big blind. The flop came $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (178)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (179)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (180) and Sinishtaj check-called a 600,000 bet. The $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (181) landed on the turn and Sinishtaj bet 1,300,000. Livingston called. The $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (182) completed the board and Sinishtaj tossed out four T-1,000,000 plaques to send Livingston into the tank.

"What do you bluff with? That's the question," Livingston mused.

After some time, Livingston put in the chips. Sinishtaj revealed $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (183)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (184), while Livingston revealed his $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (185)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (186) to take the sizable pot.

Hand #344: Kempton opened the button to 500,000 and Livingston defended the big blind. Both players checked the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (187)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (188)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (189) flop. Livingston led for 300,000 on the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (190) turn, and the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (191) river was checked down. Kempton showed $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (192)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (193) to claim the pot as Livingston mucked.

Hand #345: Livingston raised the small blind to 850,000 and Kempton defended the big blind. Livingston bet 900,000 on the $10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (194)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (195)$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (196) flop and Kempton shoved for approximately 6,900,000. Livingston folded and Kempton claimed the pot.

PlayerChipsProgress
Alex Livingston23,400,000

3,400,000

3,400,000

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (199)

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (200)

Isaac Kempton10,100,000

1,600,000

1,600,000
Tony Sinishtaj9,500,000

-5,000,000

-5,000,000

$10,000 Main Event [$10,000,000 GTD] | 2022 Wynn Millions (205)

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