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

Sunday, October 31, 2021 to Thursday, November 04, 2021

Event #60: Poker Players Championship 6-Handed

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  • Buy-in: $50,000
  • Prizepool: $3,016,125
  • Entries: 63
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:47 PM Local Time
Leng Chopped Up by Wattel and Livingston

Stud Hi-Lo

Action picked up on fifth street with Alex Livingston betting and getting called by both Ryan Leng and Mike Wattel.

On sixth street, Wattel took the betting lead, getting calls from both his opponents.

On seventh street Wattel bet and got called in both spots again.

Alex Livingston:     /  
Mike Wattel:      /  
Ryan Leng:      /  

Livingston took the high half of the pot with queens and tens, while Wattel won the low with his seven-five low, which barely pipped Leng's seven-six low.

Ryan Leng800,000-225,000
Mike Wattel650,000172,000
Alex Livingston395,000-173,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:36 PM Local Time
Campbell Wins One; Let's One Go

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

Paul Volpe raised in the hijack and called a three-bet to 75,000 by Chad Campbell in the cutoff. Both patted and Volpe checked o Campbell, who simply moved all-in. Volpe asked for a count and then exclaimed "wow, that good?"when it was deemed to be for 535,000 total. Eventually, Volpe folded and asked if he can see some of the cards that were already near the muck.

Campbell nodded and the     were exposed.

One hand later, Campbell raised to 20,000 and Randy Ohel jammed for 142,000 in the cutoff. Jesse Klein now asked for a count while on the button and folded, as did Campbell who briefly showed a jack-nine combo.

Paul Volpe1,650,000-100,000
Jesse Klein900,00090,000
Chad Campbell670,00027,000
Nick Schulman470,0000
Randy Ohel185,000-155,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:32 PM Local Time
Katz Takes From Alexander

Cary Katz has been flirting with a short stack most of the day, and could have been very short by the end of a recent hand with George Alexander.

On seventh street with their boards reading,

Cary Katz:   /    / 
George Alexander:   /    / 

Katz put out a bet, leaving just 35,000 in his stack, which Alexander called.

Katz showed     for two pair, aces and fours which scooped the pot and brought some health to his stack.

George Alexander720,000-130,000
Cary Katz175,000-23,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:28 PM Local Time
Rast Gets Paid Off by Zack

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

Daniel Zack raised to 20,000 and was called by Brian Rast on the button. Both took one card each and Zack then bet 15,000. Rast raised it up to 110,000 and earned a reluctant call by Zack. He tabled the       and that won the pot.

Brian Rast1,475,000100,000
Daniel Zack305,000-207,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:24 PM Local Time
Yu Eliminated by Volpe

Ben Yu

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

Nick Schulman opened to 25,000 from the cutoff and was three-bet to 81,000 by Paul Volpe on the button. Ben Yu then shoved for 263,000 total from the small blind and action folded back to Volpe, who called.

Yu drew one and Volpe stood pat.

Paul Volpe:      
Ben Yu:     / 

Yu was drawing live, but the dealer tossed him what turned out to be a   — eliminating Yu from the tournament.

Paul Volpe1,750,000480,000
Nick Schulman470,000-102,000
Ben Yu0-270,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:22 PM Local Time
Eveslage Put to Test by Alexander

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

With 63,000 in the pot after the draw, George Alexander bet 53,000 into Chad Eveslage, who took his time making a decision with less than 400,000 in his stack.

Ultimately, Eveslage called to see Alexander show      , which was good.

George Alexander850,000170,000
Chad Eveslage320,000-122,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:14 PM Local Time
Campbell Chips Up; Seiver Vanishes

Limit Hold'em

Paul Volpe raised the button and was called by Chad Campbell in the big blind. Campbell ended up betting all streets on the       board and was called down by Volpe. He announced a king and rolled over the    as the winning hand.

In the meanwhile, Scott Seiver lost the remainder of his short stack to Daniel Negreanu during an Omaha Hi-Lo hand. The cards were already scooped up as Negreanu stacked the chips and he made an eight-high straight on the     flop with a seven-four combo. Seiver held      for a set of sixes and a live eight but found no help when two blanks appeared on the turn and river.

Paul Volpe1,270,000-212,000
Daniel Negreanu820,000197,000
Chad Campbell643,000143,000
Scott Seiver0-100,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:08 PM Local Time
Klein Chips up

Pot-Limit Omaha

Three ways on a     flop, Jesse Klein led out for 75,000 from the small blind. Ben Yu folded from the hijack and Chad Campbell called in the cutoff.

Klein fired again on the   turn — this time for 175,000. Campbell again called.

The   completed the board and Klein quickly bet around 250,000. Campbell folded and Klein scooped the pot.

Jesse Klein810,000220,000
Chad Campbell500,000-230,000
Ben Yu270,000-20,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:04 PM Local Time
Rast Applies Pressure Against Campbell

Pot-Limit Omaha

Robert Campbell raised it up to 24,000 on the button and Brian Rast three-bet to 80,000 in the small blind. Once Campbell peeled to see the     flop, Rast glanced over to see the stack of his table neighbour. He then bet 54,000 and Campbell sent his cards into the muck.

Brian Rast1,375,00085,000
Robert Campbell294,000-112,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:59 PM Local Time
Chip Counts at Start of Level 14
Paul Volpe1,482,00032,000
Dan Cates1,400,000240,000
Brian Rast1,290,000-70,000
Ryan Leng1,025,000170,000
Chris Brewer1,020,000-70,000
Matt Glantz847,00087,000
Adam Friedman790,000-10,000
Ben Lamb780,000180,000
Chad Campbell730,000-85,000
Roman Yitzhaki700,000-10,000
George Alexander680,000-20,000
Josh Arieh645,000-25,000
Yuval Bronshtein645,000-130,000
Eli Elezra625,000-195,000
Daniel Negreanu623,000-57,000
Chris Vitch612,000182,000
Jesse Klein590,000115,000
Nick Schulman572,000-151,000
Alex Livingston568,00078,000
Daniel Zack512,0002,000
Mike Wattel478,00078,000
Chad Eveslage442,00097,000
Robert Campbell406,00076,000
Randy Ohel340,000120,000
Felipe Ramos310,000-75,000
Ben Yu290,00050,000
Anthony Zinno257,000-133,000
Cary Katz198,000-2,000
Scott Seiver100,000-30,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:58 PM Local Time
Level 14 started
Level: 14
Blinds: 4,000/8,000
Ante: 8,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:56 PM Local Time
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Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:41 PM Local Time
Break Time

Players are now on a 15-minute break.

Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:40 PM Local Time
Vieira Eliminated by Seiver

Joao Vieira

Seven Card Stud

Joao Vieira:    /      /  
Matt Glantz:    /    fold on fourth
Scott Seiver:    /      /  

Matt Glantz completed with a king and was called by Scott Seiver. Joao Vieira called all-in for the last 4,000 on third street and Glantz then folded when Seiver bet fourth with a pair of eights. Vieira had a pair of fours by then but Seiver already had a set of eights. Neither player improved on their runout and Vieira departed the tournament area.

Matt Glantz760,000-20,000
Scott Seiver130,00025,000
Joao Vieira0-7,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:39 PM Local Time
Glantz Wins Four-Way Stud Pot

Seven Card Stud

Matt Glantz:    /     
Scott Seiver:    /     fold on fifth
Chris Brewer:    /      fold on sixth
Daniel Negreanu:    /     fold on fifth

Joao Vieira was left very short after he lost a big pot to Chris Brewer in No-Limit Hold'em and then lost a portion of that when he folded to completions in Seven Card Stud, including a   and a   showing. During the second hand, Matt Glantz completed with an ace and was called by Scott Seiver, Chris Brewer and Daniel Negreanu. Glantz bet all the way and Seiver as well as Negreanu folded on fifth, Brewer surrendered on sixth.

Chris Brewer1,090,000295,000
Matt Glantz780,000340,000
Daniel Negreanu680,00025,000
Scott Seiver105,000-235,000
Joao Vieira7,000-318,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:38 PM Local Time
Arieh Scoops Against Alexander

Razz

George Alexander:   /    / 
Josh Arieh:   /    / 

George Alexander completed and Josh Arieh raised. Alexander re-raised and Arieh flatted.

Arieh then bet and was called down on every street.

Arieh revealed     for seven-five perfect and Alexander mucked — awarding the pot to Arieh.

George Alexander700,000-60,000
Josh Arieh670,00040,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:35 PM Local Time
Volpe's Stack Grows Via Campbell

Paul Volpe

Razz

Chad Campbell and Paul Volpe had built a healthy pot as action was picked up on seventh street with their boards reading,

Paul Volpe:   /     
Chad Campbell:       / 

Campbell check-called a bet on seventh street, and Volpe turned over     for a six-perfect to drag a large pot and push his stack toward 1.5 million.

Paul Volpe1,450,000120,000
Chad Campbell815,00051,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:29 PM Local Time
Volpe Scoops Klein

Omaha Hi-Lo

On a board of      , Paul Volpe bet on each street out of the big blind and was called down by Jesse Klein on the button. Volpe revealed the      for a full house, fours over kings, and a seven-five low to earn the entire pot.

Paul Volpe1,330,000238,000
Jesse Klein475,000-181,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:25 PM Local Time
More for Wattel; Zack Chops a Pot with Leng

Omaha Hi-Lo

"Did you see that? Daniel lost to a straight flush and quads the hand after," Robert Campbell said as Daniel Zack had taken another hit to his stack. In the next hand, Mike Wattel raised and was called by Alex Livingston, who check-called on the     flop and   turn. Livingston check-folded the   turn to a final bet.

One hand later, Ryan Leng check-called the     flop and bet the   turn to get called by Zack. Leng also bet the   river and called a raise by Zack to get shown the      for the nut flush and a live seven. Leng took the low pot with the      as they chopped it up.

Ryan Leng855,000219,000
Daniel Zack510,000-85,000
Alex Livingston490,000-382,000
Mike Wattel400,00040,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 3:19 PM Local Time
Rast Forces a Fold From Alexander

No-Limit Hold'em

Adam Friedman raised to 15,000 on the button and was called by George Alexander in the small blind and Brian Rast in the big.

All three players checked on the     flop, but Alexander led out for 27,000 on the   turn. Only Rast called.

The   completed the board and Alexander bet 27,000 again. Rast responded by raising to 137,000 and Alexander folded after a bit of thought.

Brian Rast1,360,000110,000
Adam Friedman800,000-20,000
George Alexander670,000-110,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander