Monday, October 25, 2021 4:11 PM Local Time
Break for the Final 12 Players
The remaining 12 players are on their first scheduled 15-minute break.
Monday, October 25, 2021 4:10 PM Local Time
Sandrock Doubles Through Montgomery
Jeremy Ausmus bet 50,000 in a multi-way pot on a flop of and found three callers to the turn. After Kyle Montgomery, Jonathan Witz, and Ausmus checked, Chris Sandrock bet almost all of his remaining 430,000 chips. Montgomery raised enough to put Sandrock all in, while Witz and Ausmus got out of the way.
Sandrock found a better two pair on the turn and made a flush on the river to double his stack.
|Chris Sandrock||1,150,000||375,000 |
|Kyle Montgomery||800,000||-855,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 4:05 PM Local Time
Le Takes Two in Quick Succession
Arthur Morris raised to 75,000 and was called by Tommy Le on the button and Artem Maksimov in the big blind. The flop was checked to Le and his bet of 150,000 forced two folds, he tabled the for the flopped straight.
Shortly after, Le opened to 80,000 and Michael Heritsch called on the button. Le bet 85,000 on the flop for Heritsch to call and Le then bet the pot for 400,000 on the turn, which resulted in the instant fold of Heritsch.
|Tommy Le||2,850,000||350,000 |
|Arthur Morris||1,600,000||-80,000 |
|Artem Maksimov||1,250,000||-250,000 |
|Daniel Zack||1,200,000||50,000 |
|Ashly Butler||1,110,000||160,000 |
|Michael Heritsch||630,000||-45,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:59 PM Local Time
Butler Doubles Through Zack
Daniel Zack's stack has taken another significant hit after a recent pot that began three-ways, but ended up with a double-up.
Arthur Morris first raised to 80,000 in the cutoff, and got a call from Zack on the button. Ashly Butler then squeezed for the size of the pot in the small blind to 380,000, leaving himself just 60,000 behind.
Morris folded, but Zack opted to call, not yet putting Butler all-in.
On the flop, Butler tossed in his last 60,000, and Zack called.
Butler's two pair were ahead of Zack's pair, flush draw, and gutshot.
The completed the board, and Butler's superior two pair earned him a needed double-up and then some.
|Arthur Morris||1,680,000||-95,000 |
|Daniel Zack||1,150,000||-740,000 |
|Ashly Butler||950,000||505,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:49 PM Local Time
Up and Down for Ireland
In a three-way pot with Jonathan Witz and Chris Sandrock, it was Anderson Ireland who prevailed when they checked down the river. His made two pair and his two opponents mucked.
Ireland then limped the small blind and chip leader Jordan Spurlin raised to 90,000 for Ireland to call. The flop was checked and Ireland bet the turn for 100,000, picking up a call from Spurlin. He then also bet the river for 250,000 and Spurlin raised to 525,000 in order to force an instant fold.
"I had a lot of outs, I had king ten of clubs," Ireland mentioned in table chat.
|Jordan Spurlin||3,700,000||850,000 |
|Jeremy Ausmus||2,805,000||505,000 |
|Kyle Montgomery||1,655,000||430,000 |
|Anderson Ireland||1,650,000||-45,000 |
|Jonathan Witz||950,000||-1,350,000 |
|Eli Elezra||900,000||315,000 |
|Chris Sandrock||775,000||-375,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:46 PM Local Time
Morris Shows the Flopped Nuts
Artem Maksimov won a pot when he bet the flop for 150,000 in the cutoff to chip up.
Arthur Morris then raised to 75,000 and was called by Tommy Le in the big blind. On a flop of , Le check-called for 110,000 and then check-folded the turn when Morris bet another 230,000. He was shown the flopped ten-high straight by Morris.
|Tommy Le||2,500,000||-75,000 |
|Daniel Zack||1,890,000||90,000 |
|Arthur Morris||1,775,000||295,000 |
|Artem Maksimov||1,500,000||250,000 |
|Michael Heritsch||675,000||325,000 |
|Ashly Butler||445,000||45,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:40 PM Local Time
Sandrock Folds a Monster to Spurlin
Chris Sandrock fired a bet on the flop, getting two folds while Jordan Spurlin called on the button. Both players checked the turn and Sandrock bet the river for 465,000. Spurlin took a few minutes before announcing a raise to 1,200,000 putting the pressure on Sandrock, who took some time of his own before showing the for the nut flush and mucking his hand. Spurlin took down the massive pot and moved into the chip lead.
|Jordan Spurlin||2,850,000||650,000 |
|Chris Sandrock||1,150,000||-550,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:35 PM Local Time
Maksimov's Full House Whacks Zack
Action picked up on the turn as Artem Maksimov check-called a bet of 50,000 from Daniel Zack on a board reading .
On the river, the fell, and Maksimov bet 150,000. Again, Zack called, and Maksimov turned over for a victorious turned full house.
|Daniel Zack||1,800,000||-455,000 |
|Artem Maksimov||1,250,000||140,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:32 PM Local Time
Dylan Linde Eliminated in 14th Place ($28,609)
Dylan Linde's stack was ground down to under 100,000 when he raised from the cutoff to 80,000, leaving himself just 15,000 behind.
Arthur Morris checked his cards in his 30,000 big blind and opted to raise to put Linde all-in. Linde committed the rest of his chips and they were off to see five cards.
The board came , and Linde couldn't improve to run down Morris' jacks, eliminating him in 14th place.
|Arthur Morris||1,480,000||90,000 |
|Dylan Linde||0||-280,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:24 PM Local Time
Leonid Yanovski Eliminated in 15th Place ($28,609)
Daniel Zack limped in and Leonid Yanovski raised the pot for 135,000. Zack gave it some consideration and called to see a flop of on which Zack bet the pot. Yanovski got it in for the last 345,000 and Zack called to set up the following showdown.
Zack had plenty of straight outs and hit one of them right away on the turn to leave Yanovski drawing dead, making the river a formality. Yanovski's tournament comes to an end in 15th place and he collects $28,609 for the efforts.
|Daniel Zack||2,255,000||425,000 |
|Leonid Yanovski||0||-450,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:19 PM Local Time
Short Stacks Clash
Preflop, Leonid Yanovski raised to 70,000 from the cutoff, and got shoved on by Ashly Butler on the button for 255,000.
The rest of the table folded and Yanovski gave it some thought. A call would cost him a little under half his remaining stack.
Ultimately, Yanovski opted to fold, and he then got a courtesy show of from Butler.
|Leonid Yanovski||450,000||-200,000 |
|Ashly Butler||400,000||25,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:11 PM Local Time
Spurlin Doubles Through Sandrock
Jonathan Witz limped and Jeremy Ausmus raised to 110,000, which Chris Sandrock called and Witz folded. On the flop both players checked and Ausmus then bet the turn for 250,000, Sandrock folded.
Next, a four-way pot emerged to the flop on which Sandrock in the cutoff bet 150,000. Anderson Ireland called on the button and Jonathan Spurlin in the small blind check-called. Ausmus check-folded and they headed to the on the turn. Spurlin checked, Sandrock then bet what appeared to be 425,000.
That forced out Ireland but Spurlin jammed for 800,000 total to earn a reluctant call from Sandrock.
Spurlin held the bottom set and nut flush draw, which improved to a full house on the river to secure his double up and put a dent into the big stack of Sandrock.
|Jeremy Ausmus||2,300,000||-20,000 |
|Jordan Spurlin||2,200,000||1,485,000 |
|Chris Sandrock||1,700,000||-850,000 |
|Anderson Ireland||1,695,000||295,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 3:05 PM Local Time
Mike Krasienko Eliminated in 16th Place ($28,609)
Mike Krasienko raised on the button, and Chris Sandrock three-bet in the small blind. Krasienko then moved all-in and Sandrock quickly called.
Krasienko was trailing Sandrock's aces, and remained behind on the flop. The turn and river changed nothing, and Krasienko headed to the payout table in 16th place.
|Chris Sandrock||2,550,000||500,000 |
|Mike Krasienko||0||-285,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 2:56 PM Local Time
Redraw of the Final Two Tables
The button is in seat three and there are around 18 minutes left in the level.
|Seat||Table 1||Chip Count||Table 2||Chip Count|
|1||Jordan Spurlin||715,000||Arthur Morris||1,390,000|
|2||Eli Elezra||585,000||Daniel Zack||1,830,000|
|3||Kyle Montgomery||1,225,000||Leonid Yanovski||650,000|
|4||Jonathan Witz||2,300,000||Ashly Butler||375,000|
|5||Jeremy Ausmus||2,320,000||Tommy Le||2,575,000|
|6||Mike Krasienko||285,000||Dylan Linde||280,000|
|7||Chris Sandrock||2,050,000||Michael Heritsch||350,000|
|8||Anderson Ireland||1,400,000||Artem Maksimov||1,110,000|
|Tommy Le||2,575,000||0 |
|Jeremy Ausmus||2,320,000||170,000 |
|Jonathan Witz||2,300,000||0 |
|Chris Sandrock||2,050,000||150,000 |
|Daniel Zack||1,830,000||80,000 |
|Anderson Ireland||1,400,000||-100,000 |
|Arthur Morris||1,390,000||-50,000 |
|Kyle Montgomery||1,225,000||-355,000 |
|Artem Maksimov||1,110,000||-160,000 |
|Jordan Spurlin||715,000||-245,000 |
|Leonid Yanovski||650,000||-10,000 |
|Eli Elezra||585,000||135,000 |
|Ashly Butler||375,000||-330,000 |
|Michael Heritsch||350,000||85,000 |
|Mike Krasienko||285,000||-190,000 |
|Dylan Linde||280,000||-135,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 2:55 PM Local Time
Mike Matusow Eliminated in 17th Place ($23,806)
Following an open raise by Tommy Le and a call by Mike Matusow, they got it in after the flop with Matusow as the player at risk.
"Fade one time," Matusow exclaimed and he remained ahead on the turn. However, the river gave Le the nut flush and Matusow was eliminated in 17th place for $23,806. All remaining 16 players will now redraw to the final two tables.
|Tommy Le||2,575,000||625,000 |
|Mike Matusow||0||-680,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 2:49 PM Local Time
Nader Younes Eliminated in 18th Place ($23,806)
Nader Younes raised to 75,000 from early position and got a call from Jonathan Witz in the big blind.
The flop came , and Witz checked to Younes who bet the pot. Witz quickly check-raised the pot to put Younes all-in, and Younes called.
Witz was ahead of Younes' aces with his two pair, kings and deuces.
The filled Witz up on the turn, and the sealed Younes' fate in 18th place.
|Jonathan Witz||2,300,000||800,000 |
|Nader Younes||0||-460,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 2:40 PM Local Time
Ausmus Pulls Ahead of Witz
Three ways to the flop with 110,000 each invested, Jeremy Ausmus in the big blind and Eli Elezra in the hijack checked. Jonathan Witz bet the pot for 365,000 in the cutoff and Ausmus then reraised the pot for 1.46 million. That represented essentially his entire stack and Elezra snap-folded.
Witz mulled over his decision for a while and came to the same conclusion, tapped the table and sent his cards into the muck.
|Jeremy Ausmus||2,150,000||630,000 |
|Jonathan Witz||1,500,000||-400,000 |
|Eli Elezra||450,000||-100,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 2:37 PM Local Time
Witz Rebuilds Via Elezra
Jonathan Witz had seen his stack dip below two million recently, but he got some back in a recent hand with Eli Elezra.
On a flop of , Elezra led out for 50,000 from the big blind. Witz called in early position.
The turn brought the , and Elezra bet 150,000. Witz then raised the size of the pot (700,000), which would be enough to put Elezra all-in.
Elezra opted to fold and preserve his last 550,000 chips, while Witz creeps back toward two million as stacks have tightened at table 421.
|Jonathan Witz||1,900,000||-300,000 |
|Jeremy Ausmus||1,520,000||220,000 |
|Anderson Ireland||1,500,000||195,000 |
|Artem Maksimov||1,270,000||-130,000 |
|Eli Elezra||550,000||-650,000 |
|Nader Younes||460,000||-190,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 2:27 PM Local Time
Yanovski Chips Up Further
Leonid Yanovski tanked for a short period and Arthur Morris was about to call the clock on him. Yanovski then raised and claimed the blinds and big blind ante. Up next, Mike Matusow raised and folded when Yanovski potted.
"I had king, jack, jack, nine double suit, that was the best hand in three levels for me," Matusow mentioned in table chat.
|Tommy Le||1,950,000||-10,000 |
|Daniel Zack||1,750,000||0 |
|Arthur Morris||1,440,000||-50,000 |
|Mike Matusow||680,000||-35,000 |
|Leonid Yanovski||660,000||160,000 |
|Mike Krasienko||475,000||-30,000 |
Monday, October 25, 2021 2:27 PM Local Time
Yanovski Doubles Through Zack
On a flop of , Daniel Zack checked to Leonid Yanovski, who bet 50,000. Zack responded with a pot-sized check-raise, and Yanovski put in the rest of his stack.
Zack was ahead with his top pair, but Yanovski had flush draws and two kings left in the deck. One of those kings appeared on the turn in the , followed by the on the river to double up Yanovski.
|Daniel Zack||1,750,000||-155,000 |
|Leonid Yanovski||500,000||295,000 |