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Saturday, July 31, 2021 to Saturday, July 31, 2021 Event #32: No Limit Hold'em Championship

  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: tbd
  • Entries: tbd
  • Remaining: 1


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Saturday, July 31, 2021 3:46 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 10 hours ago)
Early Chip Leaders
Steve "fishondafelt" Juricek41,635
David "mongoose" Ashby41,096
Tim "t3ekay" Kuder39,570
Michael "DirtyMike973" Marone33,840
Junsheng "RiseKitchen" Han33,600
Ye "Yuan365" Yuan33,340-3,110
Anthony "heheh" Zinno30,695
Darren "avocadotoast" Rabinowitz30,547
David "dwpoker" Williams27,430
Landon "ActionDealer" Tice27,1957,195
Saturday, July 31, 2021 3:45 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 10 hours ago)
Hunt Rides Full Boat

Joseph "melonhead" Bartholdi three-bet to 1,275 from the big blind over a raise to 225 and two callers, only Matthew "BraceletHUNT" Hunt called from the button.

The flop came the    . Bartholdi bet 1,125 and Hunt called. The turn was the  , Bartholdi bet 2,650 and was called again.

The river was the  . Bartholdi bet a third time, this time for 2,800 and was called again.

Hunt showed the    for a full boat which was the winner.

Matthew "BraceletHUNT" Hunt28,0198,019
Joseph "melonhead" Bartholdi8,400-11,600
Saturday, July 31, 2021 3:37 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 11 hours ago)
WSOP Legend: 10-Time Bracelet Winner Phil Ivey

WSOP Legend Phil Ivey

Few poker players have captured the attention of the poker universe quite like Phil Ivey. There have been plenty of champions of the game who crushed it at the felt, but none who built up the mystique of Ivey, who remains to this day arguably the most magnetic player in poker despite results that no longer match his days of utmost dominance.

A day after the anniversary of Ivey's induction into the Poker Hall of Fame, PokerNews examines the legacy of his WSOP success. Prior to 2000, Ivey didn't have any recorded WSOP cashes.

The 23-year-old didn't waste any time establishing himself as one of the top up-and-coming players. That year, after already making one final table and finishing fifth, Ivey secured his first bracelet. He beat none other than fellow Hall of Famer Amarillo Slim Preston heads up to win Event #14: $2,500 Pot-Limit Omaha, a rebuy event, for his first bracelet and $195,000. Three other Hall of Famers — Chris Bjorin, Phil Hellmuth and David "Devilfish" Ulliott — also competed at that final table, so shipping it was about more than just getting his first taste of gold. Ivey showed he could beat the best in the business.

Two years after that, though, would be when Ivey really showed he was the present and future of the game. In 2002, Ivey showcased his skills at limit poker in a big way.

Click Here to Read More About this WSOP Legend

Saturday, July 31, 2021 3:28 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 11 hours ago)
Ian "apokerjoker2" Steinman Looking to for Another WSOP Online Bracelet

Ian Steinman

One WSOP Gold Bracelet. Three final tables. Fifteen cashes. That was the body of work of Ian "apokerjoker2" Steinman in last year's Online Bracelet Series, one that would be the envy of nearly everyone who fired in last year's version. Steinman, who already has been seeking action on some bracelet bets for this year's series, will be looking to duplicate his many deep runs and massive success this year.

Steinman's heater began last year with two final tables early in the series, with a fifth-place performance in Event #7: $800 NLH Knockout Deepstack for $24,578, followed by a sixth-place finish two days later in Event #9: $1,000 NLH 6-Max for $30,995. Steinman's bracelet would be earned late in the series, when he took down Event #27: $400 NLH Freezeout for $110,557 after beating Japan's Satoshi Tanaka in heads-up play. Steinman used these performances to take down the $100,000 Leaderboard competition of the portion of the series, which sent an additional $18,000 his way.

Steinman doesn't appear to be resting on his laurels in preparing for a summer of poker, however, already getting in some prep work by winning the Benny Binion Summer Shoot-Out at the South Point Poker Room for $65,000 after a three-way deal. As much as winning his first bracelet meant to Steinman, the quest for another crusher of a summer is on for the hyper-talented Steinman.

Ian "ApokerJoker2" Steinman6,455830
Saturday, July 31, 2021 3:19 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 11 hours ago)
More Early Players
Daniel "DNegs" Negreanu20,000
Matt "Nitr0" Affleck20,000
Matthew "BraceletHUNT" Hunt20,000
Yueqi "anoob" Zhu20,000
Jake "nattydaddy24" Hernandez20,000
Omar "om167" Mehmood20,000
Landon "ActionDealer" Tice20,000
Nicholas "Got_The_Glow" Brancato20,000
Edward "eddiegood598" Espino20,000
Kevin "Xpugn0" Eyster20,000
Richard "richardkwon" Kwon20,000
Benjamin "chaipoker" Abrahams20,000
Matthew "DirtyVladBoy" Beyerlein20,000
Terry "mrterry007" Fleischer20,000
Saturday, July 31, 2021 3:13 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 11 hours ago)
Yuan Gets Big Pot With Full Boat

Ian "ApokerJoker2" Steinman raised to 80 from early position, one player called, the button three-bet to 380. Ye "Yuan365" Yuan called from the big blind. When action was back on him, Steinman four-bet to 1,975. The first caller folded, the button called and Yuan called also.

The flop came the    . Steinman bet 2,125,the button folded and Yuan called.

The turn was the  . Both players checked to the   river card. Yuan led for 10,275 and Steinman called.

Yuan was smashing the board as he showed the    and collected the pot.

Ye "Yuan365" Yuan36,450
Ian "ApokerJoker2" Steinman5,625
Saturday, July 31, 2021 3:09 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 11 hours ago)
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Saturday, July 31, 2021 3:02 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 11 hours ago)
Starting Players
Alex "OrcinusOrca" Foxen20,000
Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii20,000
Guo Liang "Ct188" Chen20,000
Raymond "Tastemybeans" Fillipone20,000
Nicholas "_Lionheart_" Smith20,000
Mark "victb" Ioli20,000
Ronnie "Ceek100x" Ellis20,000
Brian "XcrazylegsX" Frasca20,000
Tyler "TipnTimeBomb" Sumrall20,000
Joseph "melonhead" Bartholdi20,000
Kevin "StonesFan" Ripple20,000
Jesus "ZeusZeus" Maldonado20,000
Shawn "clairvoyant" Kjetland20,000
Masoud "joojoo2007" Jafari20,000
Saturday, July 31, 2021 3:00 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 11 hours ago)
Shuffle Up and Deal!

The virtual cards haver been dealt out to the 108 starting players.

Saturday, July 31, 2021 12:17 PM Local Time (about 50 days and 14 hours ago)
Penultimate Event of the WSOP Online Series Today in Event #32: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em Championship

wsop Bracelet

The 2021 Online World Series of Poker hosts its penultimate tournament today with Event #32: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Championship which gets underway today at 3 p.m.

In this championship event players will start with a stack of 20,000 in chips and blinds will increase every 15 minutes. Players who bust out can re-enter two times with each re-entry lasting only 30 seconds, so players will need to make sure they have enough funds in their account before the tournament starts if they plan on re-entering.

Late registration and the re-entry option will be open for the first 3 hours and 55 minutes of play.

This is the 32nd of 66 bracelet events being held on (33 events) and GG Poker (holding the remaining 33 events).

All events will begin at 3 p.m. PST.

2021 Online Series Schedule

July 31#32: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Championship
Aug. 1#33: $500 No-Limit Hold'em Grand Finale ($1M Guaranteed)

Stay tuned to PokerNews to find out which lucky person is crowned the latest WSOP Bracelet Champion!