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Wednesday, October 20, 2021 4:23 PM Local Time
Shack-Harris Finds a Fold
Brandon Shack-Harris faced a bet on sixth street from Thomas Taylor, whose board appeared significantly stronger than Shack-Harris', but despite it being an early level, the two-time bracelet winner gave his decision significant consideration.
Brandon Shack-Harris: /
Thomas Taylor: /
Ultimately, Shack-Harris flashed a and folded, awarding the pot to Taylor.
|Brandon Shack-Harris||59,000||1,000 |
|Thomas Taylor||57,000||-3,000 |
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 4:11 PM Local Time
Ohel, "ODB" Among New Entrants; Benyamine Building
|David Benyamine||71,000||11,000 |
|Chris Wallace||69,000||9,000 |
|Kevin Song||69,000||69,000 |
|Shirley Rosario||65,500||5,500 |
|Bryce Yockey||63,000||3,000 |
|Randy Ohel||60,000||60,000 |
|David "ODB" Baker||60,000||60,000 |
|David "Bakes" Baker||60,000||0 |
|Robert Campbell||59,000||-1,000 |
|Brandon Shack-Harris||58,000||-2,000 |
|Allen Kessler||55,500||55,500 |
|James Woods||55,000||55,000 |
|Hal Rotholz||53,500||-6,500 |
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 3:52 PM Local Time
Field Continues to Grow
|Thomas Taylor||60,000||60,000 |
|Carlo Van Ravenswoud||60,000||60,000 |
|Bryce Yockey||60,000||60,000 |
|Perry Friedman||60,000||60,000 |
|Aaron Kupin||60,000||60,000 |
|Kevin Gerhart||60,000||60,000 |
|David "Bakes" Baker||60,000||60,000 |
|John Fahmy||60,000||60,000 |
|Hal Rotholz||60,000||60,000 |
|Jason Papastavrou||60,000||60,000 |
|Christopher Bell||60,000||60,000 |
|Jorge Leon||60,000||60,000 |
|Yueqi Zhu||60,000||60,000 |
|Paul Sokoloff||60,000||60,000 |
|Christina Hill||60,000||60,000 |
|Kenna James||60,000||60,000 |
|Ryan Boyle||60,000||60,000 |
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 3:46 PM Local Time
Gallo Caught Bluffing
Mark Gallo and Jose Paz-Gutierrez were battling to the river on the board of , when Gallo fired a bet on the river . Paz-Gutierrez called, and Gallo quickly said "you're good". Paz-Gutierrez turned over while Gallo mucked his hand.
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 3:31 PM Local Time
Esposito Takes an Early Pot
John Esposito called against Peiwen Wang and Thomas McCormick on fourth street showing a pair of jacks, and took the betting lead for the remaining streets.
John Esposito: / /
Both Wang and McCormick called all the way down, and Esposito turned over a third jack to scoop and early pot.
|John Esposito||67,000||67,000 |
|Brandon Shack-Harris||60,000||60,000 |
|Chris Wallace||60,000||60,000 |
|Tom Koral||60,000||60,000 |
|Chip Jett||60,000||60,000 |
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 3:18 PM Local Time
WSOP 2021 | HELLMUTH TO WIN 17TH BRACELET TODAY? | Update Day 21
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 3:12 PM Local Time
The Champ Is Here!
2019 WSOP Player of the Year Robert Campbell is among the early notables in the field.
|Robert Campbell||60,000||60,000 |
|David Benyamine||60,000||60,000 |
|Cory Zeidman||60,000||60,000 |
|Frankie O'Dell||60,000||60,000 |
|Shirley Rosario||60,000||60,000 |
|Chad Eveslage||60,000||60,000 |
|Michael Trivett||60,000||60,000 |
|Qinghai Pan||60,000||60,000 |
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 3:01 PM Local Time
A spattering of players has spread across five tables, and the $10,000 HORSE Championship is underway.
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 1:53 PM Local Time
Welcome to Day 1 of Event #40: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship
It's Day 1 of the fourth and final H.O.R.S.E event of the 2021 World Series of Poker, as the biggest names in mixed games battle for the $10,000 championship and the coveted WSOP gold bracelet. Earlier in the series, Jesse Klein took down the $25,000 buy-in, Anthony Zinno won the $1,500 tournament, and Jim Collopy earned the $3,000 title.
The field will play through a five-game rotation that includes Limit Hold'em, Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better, Razz, Seven Card Stud, and Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better.
Players start with 60,000 chips, and Day 1 action is scheduled for 10 one-hour levels. The field gets a 15-minute break after every two levels.
The limit flop games begin with 300/500 blinds and 500/1,000 limits. Stud games start with a 100 ante, 200 bring-in, and 500/1,000 limits.
Back in 2019, Greg Mueller defeated a field of 172 entrants for his third WSOP bracelet and the top prize of $425,347.
Stay tuned to the PokerNews live blog for updates on the $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. event!