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2021/22 WSOP Circuit dealt by Velo - Choctaw Durant (Dallas/Oklahoma)

Friday, January 14, 2022 to Friday, January 14, 2022

WSOPC dealt by Velo Event #9: No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT

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  • Buy-in: $1,700
  • Prizepool: $2,137,665
  • Entries: 1,411
  • Remaining: 0

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Friday, January 14, 2022 5:11 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 1 hour ago)
Level: 8
Blinds: 400/800
Ante: 800
Friday, January 14, 2022 4:56 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 1 hour ago)

WSOP bracelet winner Will Givens raised from the cutoff and was called by both of the blinds. 

The flop came     and action was checked to Givens who continued for 1,200. Only the big blind called to see the   fall on the turn and both players checked to the   river. 

The big blind fired out 4,000 and Givens quickly called. The big blind rolled over    for a missed open-ender while Givens showed    to win the pot. 

Will Givens - 43,200
Friday, January 14, 2022 4:55 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 1 hour ago)

Two previous Circuit Main Event champs, Steven Snyder and Max Young, were heads up with a flop reading    . There was around 12,000 in the pot already.

Snyder, in the big blind, checked. Young, in middle position, bet 2,500. Snyder called.

The turn was the  , leaving two pair on the board. Snyder led for 5,000. A disgruntled Young folded face up, revealing   . Snyder mucked his cards and was awarded the pot.

Steven Snyder - 31,500
Max Young - 22,500

Friday, January 14, 2022 4:50 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 1 hour ago)

WSOP bracelet winner Craig Varnell raised to 1,500 from middle position and was called by Jesus Martinez from the button. 

The     flop saw Varnell continue for 2,500 and Martinez called bringing the   turn. 

Varnell slowed down and checked his option to Martinez who fired out 5,400. Varnell wasted no time in mucking his hand and Martinez collected the pot. 

Craig Varnell - 33,200
Jesus Martinez - 22,400
Friday, January 14, 2022 4:31 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 1 hour ago)
Level: 7
Blinds: 300/600
Ante: 600
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Friday, January 14, 2022 4:16 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 2 hours ago)
Players are on their second 15-minute break of the evening. 
Friday, January 14, 2022 4:10 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 2 hours ago)

A player from early position raised to 2,000 and found one caller before Matthew Wantman squeezed for 15,400 from the small blind. 

The initial raiser called off their 12,900 stack while the player from middle position folded.

Opponent:   
Matthew Wantman:   

It was a classic race with Wantman looking to connect with either of his two over cards but the feat was easier said than done as the       runout secure the pot for his opponent. 

Matthew Wantman - 2,500

Friday, January 14, 2022 4:02 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 2 hours ago)

The hijack opened to 1,200. Three-time gold ring winner Aaron Massey three-bet to to 3,800 from the cutoff. The button called. Gold ring owner Damjan Radanov four-bet to 8,800.

Back to the top of the order, the hijack folded. Massey mucked his cards. The button cold called.

The flop came    . Radanov flipped in 5,000. The button called, which prompted the   turn.

Radanov moved all in for his final 11,900. Again, the button wasted no time in calling. Radanov tabled pocket rockets,   , while the button showed   .

The river was the  , giving Radanov, who was already way ahead, the second nuts. The button tapped the table as Radanov stacked up his full double and change.

Damjan Radanov - 57,000

Friday, January 14, 2022 3:36 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 2 hours ago)
Level: 6
Blinds: 300/500
Ante: 500
Friday, January 14, 2022 3:29 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 2 hours ago)

Matt Russell opened for 800 from early position and found one caller before Jovan Sudar three-bet to 2,600 from the cutoff. 

Action folded back to Russell who called and the player from middle position came along as well bringing action three-ways to the     flop. 

Action was checked to Sudar who continued for 2,200. Both Russell and the other player folded giving Sudar the pot. 

Matt Russell - 48,600
Jovan Sudar - 43,200

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Friday, January 14, 2022 3:24 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 2 hours ago)

There were four players that saw a     flop for 1,500 a piece. 

Action was checked to Aaron Massey who fired out an uncontested 2,200 from the cutoff to win the pot. 

Aaron Massey - 36,400

Friday, January 14, 2022 3:10 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 3 hours ago)

The player under the gun opened for 1,000 and found one caller before Christina Gollins three-bet to 3,700 from late position.

The big blind player called and the player from middle position came along as well after the initial raiser folded. The     flop was checked to Gollins who continued for 7,500 and the big blind raised all in for 15,000.

Gollins called after the player from middle position folded and the two players tabled their hands. 

Opponent:   
Christina Gollins:   

Neither player held diamond and Gollins had her opponent crushed holding a better pocket pair. The turn came the   bringing possible chop outs if another diamond were to fall on the river but the   completed the board and secured Gollins the pot. 

Christina Gollins - 51,200

 

Friday, January 14, 2022 2:57 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 3 hours ago)
Level: 5
Blinds: 200/400
Ante: 400
Friday, January 14, 2022 2:56 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 3 hours ago)

Shawn Rice, owner of nearly $500,000 in WSOP earnings, bet 700 in middle position, on the     flop. He was called by the hijack and the button.

The turn was the  . Rice continued with 1,500. His two opponents called again and the river was the  .

Rice led for a third time, betting 2,500. The hijack called. The button folded. Rice tabled    for trips. The hijack, across the table, flashed a card to Rice before tossing his cards to the dealer.

Shawn Rice - 27,900

Friday, January 14, 2022 2:52 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 3 hours ago)

A player from middle position raised to 1,100 and found one caller from late position before Ladies Event Winner Jessica Richards three-bet to 3,500 from the button. 

Only the player from late position called and action went heads-up to a     flop. 

Action was checked to Richards who took down the pot with a 3,500 continuation bet. 

Jessica Richards - 34,600

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Friday, January 14, 2022 2:37 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 3 hours ago)

There was three players in the hand and a flop reading    . Two checks put the action on Elvis Toomas in middle position. Toomas bet 4,600.

Larry Riggs called in the small blind. The big blind folded. Toomas and Riggs checked the   turn, bringing the   river card.

Riggs checked it to Toomas who decided to check back. Riggs tabled    for a rivered flush. Toomas lifted up his cards, then tossed them into the muck.

Larry Riggs - 39,000
Elvis Toomas - 48,000

Friday, January 14, 2022 2:32 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 3 hours ago)

Craig Varnell opened for 800 from early position only to call the 2,200 three-bet Rommel Liscano made from late position. 

The flop came     and Varnell check-called the 2,000 continuation bet from Liscano bringing about the   turn. 

Action went check-check and the   completed the board on the river. 

Varnell led out for 3,700 and Liscano snap-called. Varnell rolled over    for king-high while Liscano rolled over    to win the pot. 

Rommel Liscano - 41,200
Craig Varnell - 38,700

Friday, January 14, 2022 2:16 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 4 hours ago)
Level: 4
Blinds: 200/300
Ante: 300
Friday, January 14, 2022 2:00 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 4 hours ago)
Main Event players are on their first 15-minute break of the day.
Friday, January 14, 2022 1:56 PM Local Time (about 13 days and 4 hours ago)

There was heads-up action between Nick Pupillo from late position and his opponent from middle position with a completed board of       showing. 

With over 20,000 already in the middle, action was checked to Pupillo who moved all-in for 11,200. Pupillo's opponent thought briefly and then tossed out the chips for a call.

Pupillo quickly rolled over    for a set of nines and it was good enough to secure his double-up. 

Nick Pupillo - 48,600

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