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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
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Monday, October 18, 2021 4:01 PM Local Time
Koller Flips Well vs Chiu

Ran Koller opened to 325,000 from under the gun and I-Chun Chiu moved all in for around 1,100,000 from the hijack. The action folded back to Koller who instantly flicked in a chip to call.

I-Chun Chiu:   
Ran Koller:   

Koller managed to hit a pair of kings on the     flop to put Chiu in dire straits. The   on the turn and the   on the river changed nothing as Chiu headed for the payout desk.

Ran Koller4,650,0002,200,000
I-Chun Chiu0-1,950,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:53 PM Local Time
Hou Doubles Through Williams

Jorge Hou shoved for 795,000, William Williams also moved all in for 1,985,000 and everyone else folded.

Jorge Hou:   
William Williams:   

The board ran       and Hou paired his ace to double.

Jorge Hou1,800,0001,310,000
William Williams1,100,000705,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:51 PM Local Time
Cedric Has to Sweat It

With the action on Christopher Ryan, he pushed all in for 835,000 on the button. Adam Cedric called from the small blind and the cards were tabled.

Christopher Ryan:   
Adam Cedric:   

The flop fell     to give Cedric a set of sevens but Ryan picked up a flush draw. The   on the turn also gave Ryan a straight draw but the   on the river bricked out to send the chips to Cedric.

Adam Cedric5,130,0005,130,000
Christopher Ryan0-2,150,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:46 PM Local Time
Song Eliminates Chen

It was Pete Chen that moved all-in preflop for his last 465,000 chips and Daewoong Song made the call. The two were flipping as Chen held    versus the    of Daewoong.

The flop came     and Daewoong jumped into the lead and did not look back.

The turn   and the river   changed nothing, and Daewoong's one pair of aces won and he was awarded the pot, which eliminated Chen from the tournament.

Daewoong Song6,100,0004,170,000
Pete Chen0-465,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:39 PM Local Time
Iduwe Turns Broadway to Eliminate Begni

The action folded to Roberto Begni who jammed all in for a little over 1,200,000 on the button. Meyenehi Iduwe called from the small blind to put Begni at risk.

Roberto Begni:   
Meyenehi Iduwe:   

The flop fell     to give Begni top pair but Iduwe flopped a straight draw. The   on the turn improved Iduwe to a straight and the   on the river was a brick.

Meyenehi Iduwe2,770,0001,070,000
Roberto Begni0-820,000
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Monday, October 18, 2021 3:38 PM Local Time
More Bustouts
Jacob Miller0-345,000
Jesse Shelley00
Cody Brinn0-400,000
Adriano Wise0-870,000
Isidro Sifuentes0-395,000
Alec Gould00
Stefano Calenzani0-835,000
Jovy Ounthongdy0-655,000
Alex Wheeler0-1,360,000
Daniel Czupryna0-835,000
Thomas Elder0-180,000
Jeremy Wien0-620,000
Harry Lodge00
Elias Molina0-340,000
Bradley Ritschel0-2,700,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:34 PM Local Time
Kuhn Takes One from Guimond

The action was discovered on a board of      and Florian Guimond had bet out 475,000 into Robert Kuhn who made the call.

The dealer brought the   for the river and the action went check-check. Kuhn tabled    for trip sevens and that sent Guimond's cards hurling towards the muck.

Florian Guimond6,290,000690,000
Robert Kuhn5,900,0001,500,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:25 PM Local Time
Garrett Sends a Double Up to van Krevelen

The hands were already tabled on Table 456 with Rene van Krevelen and B.W. Garrett having all of their chips in the middle. It was van Krevelen who was at risk for 2,200,000.

Rene van Krevelen:   
B.W. Garrett:   

Despite hitting an ace on the     flop, Garrett was drawing slim to van Krevelen's set of nines. The   and   runout secured the double up for van Krevelen.

Rene Van Krevelen4,650,0003,995,000
B.W. Garrett3,600,0001,800,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:19 PM Local Time
Damico Straightens Out Chiu

On a completed board of       I-Chun Chiu faced a bet of 1,040,000 chips from Marco Damico. This sent Chiu deep into the tank.

"I do not think I can fold", muttered Chiu.

After a few more moments in the tank, Chiu called and mucked when he was shown the bad news as Damico tabled    for a seven-high straight and was awarded the pot.

I-Chun Chiu1,950,0001,950,000
Marco Damico1,040,000903,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:18 PM Local Time
Angotti Busts Ivens

Todd Ivens was all in and at risk against Joseph Angotti.

Todd Ivens:   
Joseph Angotti:   

The board was       and Ivens was eliminated.

Joseph Angotti2,550,000850,000
Todd Ivens0-2,400,000
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Monday, October 18, 2021 3:16 PM Local Time
Kuhn Sends One Home

Rob Kuhn

Dustin Skarra moved all in for his last 575,000 and was called by Robert Kuhn.

Dustin Skarra:   
Robert Kuhn:   

The board came       and Skarra was eliminated.

Robert Kuhn4,400,0002,800,000
Dustin Skarra0-1,000,020
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:14 PM Local Time
Avina Takes Out Delmas

The action folded to Adrian Delmas on the button who open-shoved all in for 1,740,000. David Avina had a big stack in the big blind and asked for a rough count. After thinking for a minute, Avina made the call to put Delmas at risk.

Adrian Delmas:   
David Avina:   

Avina found himself in a dominating position and the flop of     left it that way. The   on the turn and the   on the river meant Avina's eight-kicker would play to eliminate Delmas.

David Avina5,400,0004,384,000
Adrien Delmas0-1,640,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 3:04 PM Local Time
Recent Eliminations
Vladimir Revniaga0-545,000
Thomas Briotti0
Ernest Wittman0-815,000
Sandeep Pulusani0-240,000
Deividas Daubaris0-475,000
Israel Avraham0-450,000
Gabriel Wolszczak0-495,000
Huihan Wu0-610,000
Mathew Moore00
Brian Omalley0-520,000
I-Chun Chiu0-970,000
Sridhar Panchumartihi0
Ismael Bojang00
Monday, October 18, 2021 2:59 PM Local Time
Guimond Busts Two to Take the Lead

Justin Chock ripped all in for 970,000 in the hijack and Florian Guimond asked for a count before making the call from the cutoff. The rest of the table folded and the two players tabled their cards.

Chock showed    but found out he was dominated by the    of Guimond. The board ran out       and Guimond made a pair of aces to eliminate Chock.

In the next hand, Ismael Bojang pushed all in for 705,000 in early position and Guimond flicked in a chip to call. Bojang held    and was flipping with the    of Guimond. The flop of     gave Guimond a commanding lead and the   on the turn and the   on the river eliminated Bojang.

Florian Guimond5,600,0004,040,000
Justin Chock0-900,000
Ismael Bojang0-375,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 2:50 PM Local Time
Bigelow Sends Silver to the Rail

Nate Silver

Danny Bigelow shoved from the small blind and Nate Silver called to put himself at risk.

Danny Bigelow:   
Nate Silver:   

The board ran       and Bigelow paired his king on the river to eliminate Silver.

Danny Bigelow2,900,0001,270,000
Nate Silver0-1,500,000
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Monday, October 18, 2021 2:45 PM Local Time
Failla Hammers a Big One Home with Aces

The action began with a raise from early position by Ngoc Hoang. Harry Lodge moved all-in next and Will Failla re-shoved from the button and Hoang called.

All hands were turned face-up and it was Failla with    in the lead, followed by the    and finally the    of Lodge.

The flop came     and now Failla need to fade a heart, queen, or any ten.

The turn card was the   and no help to anyone.

The river card was the   and Failla's aces held up, which eliminated Lodge and left Hoang with 135,000 chips.

With that pot Failla catapulted to nearly four million chips and is the current chip leader.

Will Failla3,995,0002,205,000
Ngoc Hoang135,000-1,565,000
Harry Lodge0-395,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 2:45 PM Local Time
Angotti Outs Hagerty

Ryan Hagerty moved all in for his last 600,000 and was called by Joseph Angotti.

Ryan Hagerty:   
Joseph Angotti:   

The board came       and Angotti won the pot.

Joseph Angotti1,700,0001,360,000
Ryan Hagerty0-800,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 2:44 PM Local Time
Werner Loses a Flip, Busts Next Hand

Haven Werner

Haven Werner raised it up from under the gun and B.W. Garrett shipped all in for 865,000 in the big blind. Werner quickly called and the cards were tabled.

B.W. Garrett:   
Haven Werner:   

The board ran out       and Garrett held on to double through Werner.

On the next hand, Richard Mijares raised it up from under the gun and Werner stuck in the last of her 355,000 chips. Mijares called and showed   . Werner had two overcards with    but was unable to connect with the board.

Richard Mijares3,700,0002,475,000
B.W. Garrett1,800,000850,000
Haven Werner0-955,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 2:32 PM Local Time
Ghaisvand Cracks Aces

Mehrdad Ghiasvand and B.W. Garrett got all in the chips in the middle with Ghiasvand at risk.

Mehrdad Ghiasvand:   
B.W. Garrett:   

The board came       and Ghiasvand paired his ace to stay alive.

Mehrdad Ghiasvand1,500,000825,000
B.W. Garrett950,000400,000
Monday, October 18, 2021 2:28 PM Local Time
Song Traps with Aces

Daewoong Song limped in from the hijack and Thomas Symonds jammed all in for around 600,000 in the cutoff. The action folded back to Song who instantly called to put Symonds at risk.

Thomas Symonds:   
Daewoong Song:   

Song trapped with his aces to perfection and had Symonds in trouble. The board of       provided no help to Symonds who was forced to the rail.

Daewoong Song1,930,000675,000
Thomas Symonds00
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