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

Sunday, October 17, 2021 to Monday, October 18, 2021

Event #33: 8-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack

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  • Buy-in: $800
  • Prizepool: $1,955,712
  • Entries: 2,778
  • Remaining: 0


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Monday, October 18, 2021 10:00 PM Local Time
Jorge Hou Eliminated in 7th Place ($42,231)

Jorge Hou

Jorge Hou just doubled up Ran Koller when Koller held ace-jack vs Hou's pocket queens. Koller spiked an ace on the flop and scored a double up.

Just two hands later, Hou pushed all in for 5,350,000 from the hijack and Oleg Titov called from the big blind.

Jorge Hou:   
Oleg Titov:   

The board ran out       and Titov made two pair. After the stacks were counted, Titov had Hou covered by just 300,000 chips which meant Hou was eliminated in seventh place.

Ran Koller17,000,0008,000,000
Oleg Titov12,500,0002,900,000
Jorge Hou0-11,500,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 9:44 PM Local Time
Koller Binks the River

Ran Ilani opened to 1,800,000 from under the gun and Ran Koller pushed all in for 3,500,000 in the hijack. The action folded back to Ilani who threw in a call.

Ran Koller:   
Ran Ilani:   

Ilani held the lead with a pair of fours after the     flop. The   on the turn changed nothing but Koller spiked the   on the river to double up.

Ran Ilani19,100,000-4,700,000
Ran Koller9,000,000250,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 9:38 PM Local Time
Current Final Table Chip Counts
Ran Ilani23,800,0001,800,000
Florian Guimond15,500,000-14,700,000
Jorge Hou11,500,000-6,600,000
Kris Steinbach10,000,000900,000
Oleg Titov9,600,0000
Alex Outhred9,000,000-7,200,000
Ran Koller8,750,0000
Monday, October 18, 2021 9:28 PM Local Time
Donald Maloney Eliminated in 8th Place ($32,845)

Donald Maloney

Florian Guimond opened to 1,600,000 from early position and Donald Maloney moved all in for 2,175,000 in the cutoff. The action folded back to Guimond who quickly called.

Donald Maloney:   
Florian Guimond:   

The flop came     to give both players a pair and a flush draw. The   on the turn gave both players a straight draw as well. It was the   on the river that gave Guimond three queens and Maloney was eliminated in eighth place.

Florian Guimond30,200,0003,200,000
Donald Maloney0-4,300,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 9:17 PM Local Time
Cody Brinn Eliminated in 9th Place ($25,746)

Cody Brinn

Florian Guimond called from the small blind and Cody Brinn raised to 1,400,000 chips. That prompted Guimond to re-raise all-in and Maloney snap-called.

The cards were turned face-up and it was Guimond with    that needed help against the at-risk player Brinn, who held   .

The dealer flopped     and Brinn remained in the lead.

The turn, however, was the   and Guimond hopped in front with a spiked full house.

The river was the  , and that sealed the fate of Brinn who was eliminated in 9th place and took home $25,746 for his efforts.

Florian Guimond27,000,0007,600,000
Cody Brinn0-12,100,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 9:06 PM Local Time
Steinbach Shoves the Turn

Florian Guimond opened to 1,200,000 from under the gun and Kris Steinbach defended from the big blind. The flop fell     and both players checked to the   on the turn.

Steinbach open-shipped all in for around 6,000,000 chips and Guimond went into the tank for a minute before letting his cards go.

Florian Guimond19,400,000-4,900,000
Kris Steinbach9,100,0003,975,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 8:59 PM Local Time
Outhred Bets Out Ilani

Alex Outhred raised to 1,400,000 and Ran Ilani called from the big blind.

The flop came    , and Ilani check-called a bet of 1,300,000 from Outhred.

On the turn   and both players checked. The river was the  , Ilani checked and Outhred bet 2,500,000 to win the pot.

Ran Ilani22,000,000-1,800,000
Alex Outhred16,200,0004,650,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 8:45 PM Local Time
Steinbach Gets Short

Kris Steinbach opened to 1,200,000 in early position and was called by Alex Outhred in the big blind. The flop came     and Outhred checked to Steinbach who continued for 1,100,000. Outhred called and the   landed on the turn.

Outhred led out this time by shoving all in for 6,750,000. Steinbach only had just over 5,000,000 remaining and went into the tank for a couple of minutes before dumping his cards to the muck.

Alex Outhred11,550,0002,150,000
Kris Steinbach5,125,000-2,275,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 8:39 PM Local Time
One For Hou, Two For Guimond

Florian Guimond

Donald Maloney raised to 1,000,000 and Jorge Hou three-bet to 3,500,000 to win the pot.

Florian Guimond raised to 1,250,000 and took down the blinds.

Guimond opened again to 1,250,000 and Donald Maloney called from the big blind.

The flop came     and both players checked to the   turn. Maloney led for 1,000,000 and Guimond called.

On the river  , Maloney checked, Guimond bet 3,200,000 and Maloney called.

Guimond turned over    for trip nines and he took down the pot.

Florian Guimond24,300,0008,800,000
Jorge Hou18,100,0002,200,000
Donald Maloney4,300,000-3,050,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 8:27 PM Local Time
Final Table Redraw
SeatPlayerChip CountBig Blinds
1Jorge Hou15,900,00032
2Kris Steinbach7,400,00015
3Florian Guimond15,500,00031
4Donald Maloney7,350,00015
5Ran Ilani23,800,00048
6Oleg Titov9,600,00019
7Cody Brinn12,100,00024
8Ran Koller8,750,00018
9Alex Outhred9,400,00019
Ran Ilani23,800,000400,000
Jorge Hou15,900,000-1,200,000
Florian Guimond15,500,000-1,900,000
Cody Brinn12,100,0007,700,000
Oleg Titov9,600,0000
Alex Outhred9,400,000-960,000
Ran Koller8,750,000-2,750,000
Kris Steinbach7,400,000-1,050,000
Donald Maloney7,350,000-1,590,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 8:16 PM Local Time
Adam Cedric Eliminated in 10th Place ($20,342)

Adam Cedric

Ran Ilani raised to 1,000,000 and Adam Cedric shoved for 4,300,000. Ilani called and Cedric was at risk.

Adam Cedric:   
Ran Ilani:   

The board came       and Ilani scored the knockout.

Ran Ilani23,400,0009,600,000
Adam Cedric0-5,300,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 8:06 PM Local Time
Steinbach Holds With Queens

Kris Steinbach

Florian Guimond raised to 1,000,000 from early position and Kris Steinbach shoved for 3,600,000 total. Guimond called and Steinbach was at risk.

Kris Steinbach:   
Florian Guimond:   

The board came       and Steinbach doubled.

Florian Guimond17,400,000-3,600,000
Kris Steinbach8,450,0002,800,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 7:24 PM Local Time
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Monday, October 18, 2021 6:55 PM Local Time
Dinner Break

The 10 remaining players are now heading on a 60-minute dinner break.

Monday, October 18, 2021 6:52 PM Local Time
David Avina Eliminated in 11th Place ($20,342)

David Avina

David Avina was all in and at risk against Alex Outhred.

David Avina:   
Alex Outhred:   

The board came       and Avina was eliminated.

Alex Outhred10,360,0005,440,000
David Avina0-5,350,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 6:49 PM Local Time
Richard Mijares Eliminated in 12th Place ($16,200)

Richard Mijares

The action folded around to Jorge Hou in the small blind who announced all in. Richard Mijares was in the big blind with just under 2,000,000 chips left and called off his stack.

Richard Mijares:   
Jorge Hou:   

The flop of     meant a high likelihood of the two players chopping the pot. However, the   on the turn gave Mijares two pair. It was not to be out-done by the   on the river that gave Hou a better two pair and eliminated Mijares.

Jorge Hou17,100,0004,600,000
Richard Mijares0-3,950,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 6:36 PM Local Time
Rafi Elharar Eliminated in 13th Place ($16,200)

Rafi Elharar

Rafi Elharar was all in and at risk preflop against Ran Koller.

Rafi Elharar:   
Ran Koller:   

The board ran      , and Koller paired his ten to eliminate Elharar.

Ran Koller11,500,0000
Rafi Elharar00
Monday, October 18, 2021 6:35 PM Local Time
Jonathan Kramer Eliminated in 14th Place ($13,006)

Jonathan Kramer

Jonathan Kramer shoved all-in from under the gun holding    and was called from the small blind by Florian Guimond who held    and the lead.

The flop of     changed nothing.

The meaningless turn   and river   did the same, and Kramer was eliminated from the tournament in 14th place.

Florian Guimond21,000,0003,600,000
Jonathan Kramer0-4,230,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 6:27 PM Local Time
Steinbach Flops Two Pair to Double Up

Kris Steinbach moved all in for 2,355,000 in early position and Alex Outhred re-shoved all in on his left. The rest of the table folded and the two hands were tabled.

Kris Steinbach:   
Alex Outhred:   

Steinbach was cheering for paint cards and the flop of     gave him what he was looking for. The   on the turn an the   on the river ensured Steinbach of a double up.

Kris Steinbach5,650,000150,000
Alex Outhred4,920,000-2,530,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 6:21 PM Local Time
Avina Cracks Aces

David Avina moved all in and was snap-called by Florian Guimond.

David Avina:   
Florian Guimond:   

The board came       and Avina rivered broadway to survive.

Florian Guimond17,400,0002,200,000
David Avina5,350,000-1,580,000