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2021 52nd Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Friday, October 15, 2021 to Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Event #30: MONSTER STACK No-Limit Hold'em (freezeout)

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $4,699,200
  • Entries: 3,520
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Monday, October 18, 2021 11:48 AM Local Time
Ahmadian Pips Kamp to Double

Elia Ahmadian got his remaining 700,000 chips in preflop against Dannah Kamp.

Elia Ahmadian:   
Dannah Kamp:   

Ahmadian found himself in a great position and held without much of a sweat as the board ran out      .

Elia Ahmadian1,500,000860,000
Dannah Kamp1,250,000-750,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 11:40 AM Local Time
More Eliminations
David Guay0-640,000
Sasa Ikac0-1,595,000
Neal Stewart0-410,000
Sid Kudtarkar0-805,000
Yonatan Basin0-335,000
Jason Balaban0-250,000
Andrew Petrovsky0-740,000
Andrey Malinin0-1,320,000
Raul Martinez0-2,600,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 11:37 AM Local Time
Jeong Ousts Jacquin

Axel Jacquin had his 900,000 stack all in preflop against Andrew Jeong who didn't have much more.

Axel Jacquin:   
Andrew Jeong:   

Jeong improved to a set on the     flop and Jacquin's best shot at survival was to hit his gutter draw. The board ran out with the   and   however, and Jacquin was gone from the tournament.

Andrew Jeong1,900,0001,325,000
Axel Jacquin0-1,100,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 11:31 AM Local Time
Amato's Tens Double Through Kamp's Big Slick

Michael Amato had the rest of his stack in preflop against Dannah Kamp.

Michael Amato:   
Dannah Kamp:   

The players were flipping and Amato stayed alive as the board ran out      .

Dannah Kamp2,000,000350,000
Michael Amato1,100,000810,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 11:29 AM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Chris Brewer6,000,0006,000,000
Ryan Leng5,000,0001,200,000
Rafael Reis3,100,000-25,000
Jason Wheeler2,700,000-1,105,000
Uri Reichenstein2,700,000-295,000
Ian O'Hara2,650,0002,650,000
Upeshka De Silva2,100,000-30,000
Bart Lybaert1,740,0001,210,000
JJ Liu820,000-130,000
Troy Sprungl820,000175,000
Dalibor Dula700,000270,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Monday, October 18, 2021 11:14 AM Local Time
Somerville Pipped By Torre and Eliminated

Jason Somerville was all in preflop and at risk against Giovani Torre.

Jason Somerville:   
Giovani Torre:   

The board ran out blanks and Somerville was sent to the rail.

Giovani Torre1,500,000180,000
Jason Somerville0-730,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 11:14 AM Local Time
Linde Eliminated By Martinez

Dylan Linde

Jaime Ayerbe raised to 85,000 from early position and form the button, Dylan Linde went all in for 245,000. Raul Martinez to his direct left re-raised to 450,000 and action went back around to Ayerbe who folded.

Dylan Linde:   
Raul Martinez:   

The board ran out as no help to Linde with       and Martinez won the pot, eliminating Linde.

Raul Martinez2,600,000340,000
Jaime Ayerbe1,900,000-705,000
Dylan Linde0-240,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 11:04 AM Local Time
Recent Eliminations
Kevin Andriamahefa0-670,000
Mordechai Hazan0-1,240,000
Robert Georato0-550,000
Matthew Adams0-1,020,000
Jameel Harris0-935,000
Michael Rossitto0-185,000
William Chevrie0-585,000
Peter Walsworth0-795,000
Chad Cullimore0-235,000
Eduardo Arias0-470,000
Bryan Peterson0-835,000
Rajaee Wazwaz0-740,000
Ankush Mandavia0-540,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 11:00 AM Local Time
Plesuv Cracks Lybaert's Queens

Pavel Plesuv

Pavel Plesuv went all-in from early position and Bart Lybaert from a later seat went all-in for more and the action folded around.

Pavel Plesuv:   
Bart Lybaert:   

The flop came out     which gave Plesuv a set of jacks, putting him firmly in front. The turn and river    did not give Lybaert a better set and the pot was given to Plesuv.

Pavel Plesuv1,300,000385,000
Bart Lybaert530,000-1,370,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:55 AM Local Time
Ramshaw Finds Runner-Runner Versus Linde's Ladies

Dylan Linde raised to 60,000 in the cutoff and a player called on the button. Matthew Ramshaw then jammed in his 460,000 stack from the small blind. Linde re-jammed and the button player thought about their decision but ultimately folded.

Matthew Ramshaw:   
Dylan Linde:   

Linde was ahead as the flop came    . The   turn brought some flush outs for Ramshaw, and the   river completed the draw to keep Ramshaw alive, while Linde, who recently won his first bracelet, dropped down to under ten big blinds.

Matthew Ramshaw1,050,000395,000
Dylan Linde240,000-580,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:50 AM Local Time
Van Driessche Finds An Ace

Ryan Leng raised the cutoff to 65,000 and from the button, Adrian Scarpa went all-in from the button for 500,000. Clement Van Driessche thought about it for some time before going all in for more, action folded around to Leng who tossed his hand into the muck.

Adrian Scarpa:   
Clement Van Driessche:   

The flop came out    , giving Scarpa a pair of nines. The turn   gave some chop out with straight draws, but the river   hit Van Driessche and eliminated Scarpa from the tournament.

One table over, Allan Dancer was eliminated as well.

Ryan Leng3,800,000-270,000
Clement Van Driessche1,600,000385,000
Adrian Scarpa0-270,000
Allan Dancer0-880,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:40 AM Local Time
Chufarin Falls to Cowboys

Denys Chufarin got the rest of his 250,000 stack all in from the hijack and Katsushi Yoshida called in the small blind.

Denys Chufarin:   
Katsushi Yoshida:   

Chufarin ran into kings, found no help on the       runout, and had to exit the tournament.

Katsushi Yoshida1,800,000155,000
Denys Chufarin00
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:33 AM Local Time
Early Eliminations Of The Day
James Romero0-2,200,000
Ajmal Homayun0-850,000
Arnaud Enselme0-330,000
Andros Ioakimides0-375,000
Denys Chufarin0-445,000
Jason Johnson0-480,000
Howard Mann0-385,000
Beriz Turnadzic0-440,000
Benjamin Moon00
Hieu Le0-325,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:28 AM Local Time
Kamp's Aces Put a Dent in Liu's Stack

JJ Liu raised from middle position and Dannah Kamp reraised to 300,000 from the cutoff which saw a call from Liu.

The flop came     and Kamp put out a continuation bet of 300,000. Liu thought about it and folded.

Kamp flipped over    and told Liu, "You're the last person I'd want to play a hand with", but she will happily scoop the pot and add it to her stack early in the day.

Dannah Kamp1,650,000385,000
JJ Liu950,000-295,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:24 AM Local Time
Bergin Falls To Maksimchuk

Daniil Maksimchuck raised in early position which was followed by Brandon Bergin going all in on the small blind for 500,000. Maksimchuk called and the cards were on their backs.

Brandon Bergin:   
Daniil Maksumchuk:   

The board ran out       and Bergin was eliminated from the tournament.

Daniil Maksimchuk1,900,000395,000
Brandon Bergin0-588,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:19 AM Local Time
Schumacher's Boat Takes Some Chips

With about 500,000 in the pot and a board of      , Johan Schumacher bet 175,000 and Christopher Andler thought about it for a bit before calling.

Schumacher showed    to take the pot with a full house.

Johan Schumacher1,800,000470,000
Christopher Andler1,500,000-435,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:12 AM Local Time
Balaban Doubles Early

Jason Balaban went all-in under the gun for 90,000 and Bart Lybaert called from middle position. Action folded around and the cards were tabled.

Jason Balaban:   
Bart Lybaert:   

The board ran out       and Balaban was awarded the double up.

Bart Lybaert1,900,000-170,000
Jason Balaban250,000165,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:07 AM Local Time
Kirkpatrick Eliminated by Klutho Early in Day

Michael Kirkpatrick got the rest of his 140,000 stack in from early position and William Klutho called in the small blind.

Michael Kirkpatrick:   
William Klutho:   

Klutho had Kirkpatrick in rough shape and the board ran out       to confirm the elimination just after the day began.

William Klutho1,050,000170,000
Michael Kirkpatrick0-140,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 10:01 AM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal

Cards are in the air and Day 3 is now underway.

Monday, October 18, 2021 9:35 AM Local Time
Leng Leads Into Day 3, Looks For Fourth Bracelet

Ryan Leng

Day 3 of Event #30: $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'emi s coming back with 162 players at an average stack of 1,086,000 and with blinds coming back at 15,000-30,000 meaning an average stack of 36 big blinds. The remaining 163 players are going to be battling it out for the $610,347 to first place.

The chip leader going into day 3 is three-time bracelet winner Ryan Leng who just four days earlier had won his third WSOP bracelet in Event #23:$1,500 Eight Game Mix Six-Handed and will be looking to add to his 2021 WSOP resume. Leng started the day top ten in chips, and played the big stack all day, never looking back and ultimately bagging the only stack over 4 million at 4,070,000.

Other big stacks were nipping at his heels by the end of the day, including American proJason Wheeler who, courtesy of a late stage surge in the day, ended the day bagging 3,805,000 and Rafael Marcondes Reis who started the day as one of the big stacks and remained big the whole day, bagging 3,125,000.

Quite a few big names found their way to a bag such as; Chris Brewer(2,280,000) Day 1a chip leader James Romero(2,200,000), bracelet winner Upeshka De Silva(2,130,000), Bart Lybaert(2,070,000), JJ Liu(1,245,000) andJason Somerville(730,000). PokerNews reporter Dannah Kamp also bagged 1,265,000 for day 3.

Action kicks off at 10 am at The Rio All-Suite Casino and Hotel with 10 60-minute levels scheduled to be played, with 20-minute breaks after ever two levels and a 60-minute dinner break after level 29.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for more updates on the World Series of Poker.

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