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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 10:35 PM Local Time
Play Has Resumed, New Chip In Play

The 15 returning players are back in action with a new, light purple 100,000 chip in play.

Tuesday, November 2, 2021 10:32 PM Local Time
Level 17 started
Level: 17
Blinds: 10,000/15,000
Ante: 15,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 9:41 PM Local Time
Dinner Break Counts on Day 3
Ryan Leng2,445,000795,000
Josh Arieh1,995,000-85,000
Paul Volpe1,980,000295,000
Dan Cates1,705,000-95,000
Matt Glantz1,700,0000
Daniel Negreanu1,525,0000
Roman Yitzhaki1,500,000-250,000
Robert Campbell1,145,000120,000
Eli Elezra1,025,00050,000
Nick Schulman995,0000
Mike Wattel750,000-120,000
Jesse Klein735,00025,000
Chris Brewer625,0000
Anthony Zinno615,0000
Yuval Bronshtein480,000-20,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 9:32 PM Local Time
Dinner Break

The final 15 players have been sent on their 60-minute dinner break. They'll return to level 17 at approximately 10:30 p.m. local time.

Tuesday, November 2, 2021 9:32 PM Local Time
Zinno Chips Up Before Dinner

Pot-Limit Omaha

Anthony Zinno won the last hand of Razz when he forced a fold from Nick Schulman on seventh street with the low runout showing. The game type then switched and Daniel Negreanu won two pots without showdown.

Last but not least, Matt Glantz limped in the small blind and Zinno min-raised to 24,000 for Glantz to call. Both checked on the     flop and Glantz bet the   turn for 23,000 in an attempt to get rid of his last yellow chips before the race off. They checked the   river and Glantz announced ace-ten, which Zinno had beat with the     .

Matt Glantz1,700,000285,000
Daniel Negreanu1,525,000275,000
Nick Schulman995,000-320,000
Chris Brewer625,000-200,000
Anthony Zinno615,000220,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 9:29 PM Local Time
"Is That a Boat?"

Razz

Josh Arieh's surge continued recently in a pot with Robert Campbell.

Campbell completed on third street showing an  , and Arieh made it two bets to go with a  . Campbell called and they went heads-up to fourth street.

Arieh bet fourth and fifth streets, then check-called a bet from Campbell on sixth as their boards read,

Josh Arieh:   /    
Robert Campbell:   /    

Finally on seventh, Arieh check-called one more bet from Campbell, who showed    .

With the overhead lights glaring onto the cards, Arieh couldn't immediately see Campbell's holding from across the table and asked, "Is that a boat?"

Indeed it was, as Campbell's bluff had failed.

Arieh apologized and ensured he wasn't slow-rolling Campbell as he turned up     for a final hand of      , to take the pot and boost his stack over two million.

Josh Arieh2,080,000470,000
Robert Campbell1,025,000-135,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 9:18 PM Local Time
Elezra Calls Down Cates and Wins

Seven Card Stud

Eli Elezra:    /      /  
Dan Cates:    /      /  

Eli Elezra bet on fourth as Dan Cates check-called and then Cates bet all the way on every further street. Once Elezra called on seventh, Cates conceded "you win" without showinw his cards.

Elezra tabled the     and Cates was somewhat befuddled to have been called down by just a pair of eights.

Dan Cates1,800,0000
Eli Elezra975,00015,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 9:08 PM Local Time
Schulman Continues to Surge

Nick Schulman

No-Limit Hold'em

Two players who not long ago were nursing short stacks have solidly rebuilt to the point where they could start blasting away at each other in a big bet game.

On a turn board of     , Chris Brewer led into Nick Schulman with a roughly pot-sized bet of 75,000. Shulman responded with a raise to 330,000. Brewer had a little over 800,000 behind and gave his next move some thought before ultimately folding.

Schulman's over 1.3 million chip stack is now one of the largest in the room with 15 players left.

Nick Schulman1,315,000240,000
Chris Brewer825,000-105,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:58 PM Local Time
Klein Eliminates Rast

Brian Rast

No-Limit Hold'em

Brian Rast opened to 26,000 under-the-gun and was called by Robert Campbell in the big blind.

Campbell check-called a 28,000 bet from Rast on the     flop and both players checked on the   turn.

The   completed the board and Campbell led out for 110,000. Rast called and Campbell tabled    for trip tens. Rast mucked and was left with a very short stack.

Rast was eliminated a few hands later in Stud after getting all-in against Jesse Klein and losing with a pair of eights against Klein's pair of queens.

Robert Campbell1,160,00030,000
Jesse Klein710,00050,000
Brian Rast0-145,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:53 PM Local Time
Schulman Chips Up Without Showdown

Limit 2-7 Triple Draw

Nick Schulman raised from under the gun and was three-bet by Anthony Zinno in the small blind. Chris Brewer came along from the big blind and Schulman also called. It was a fair fight on the first draw as they all took one each. Zinno checked, Brewer bet and received two calls.

They all drew one each once more and now it checked to Schulman, who bet and was called only by Brewer. Schulman patted while Brewer took one and the latter then check-folded to a bet. As the far shortest stack not that long ago, Schulman has suddenly reached a seven-figure mix and is right in the middle of the pack.

Matt Glantz1,415,000-165,000
Daniel Negreanu1,250,000-160,000
Nick Schulman1,075,000475,000
Chris Brewer930,000190,000
Anthony Zinno395,000-285,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:49 PM Local Time
Cates Chops With Bronshtein

Stud Hi-Lo

Yuval Bronshtein:    /      /  
Dan Cates:    /      /  

Yuval Bronshtein bet fifth and sixth street when he showed a pair of kings and was called by Dan Cates. On Seventh, Bronshtein check-called a bet and won the high pot with     for kings and queens while Cates took the low with the     for a seven-six.

Dan Cates1,800,000200,000
Roman Yitzhaki1,750,000450,000
Paul Volpe1,685,000-55,000
Eli Elezra960,000-42,000
Yuval Bronshtein500,000-325,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:45 PM Local Time
Arieh Wins, So Does His Team

Josh Arieh

Limit 2-7 Triple Draw

Proudly sporting his Atlanta Braves cap today, Josh Arieh just won a big triple draw pot to boost his stack among the chip leaders.

Arieh raised in early position and got called by Mike Wattel on the button and Robert Campbell in the big blind.

Campbell drew two, Arieh drew one and Wattel drew one.

Campbell then checked to Arieh who bet and got called by Wattel, before Campbell came in with the check-raise, which both his opponents called.

On the second draw, Campbell and Arieh both patted, while Wattel still needed two. Campbell bet and Arieh raised, eliciting a fold from Wattel before Campbell called.

Both players remained pat, and Campbell then check-called a bet from Arieh who tossed forward a wheel to drag a huge pot.

Shortly after, Arieh watched the final out of the World Series as his team wrapped up the championship.

A pretty good few minutes for the Atlanta native.

Josh Arieh1,610,000360,000
Robert Campbell1,130,000-40,000
Mike Wattel870,000-530,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:35 PM Local Time
Yitzhaki Wins With a Pat Number Four

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

In a three-bet pot with more than 250,000 in the middle, Roman Yitzhaki patted and Paul Volpe drew one. Yitzhaki bet 250,000 and Volpe reluctantly called to get shown the       for a number four.

Paul Volpe1,740,000-260,000
Roman Yitzhaki1,300,000100,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:30 PM Local Time
Arieh Leaves Rast Short

Limit 2-7 Triple Draw

Mike Wattel raised from the hijack and was three-bet by Brian Rast in the small blind. Josh Arieh then four-bet from the big and both Wattel and Rast called.

Rast and Arieh drew one and Wattel took two off. Rast then led out and was raised by Arieh. Wattel folded and Rast called.

Both players drew one on the second draw and Rast check-called a bet from Arieh.

Rast drew one and Arieh stood pat. Both players then checked down and Arieh tabled an eight-seven low. Rast mucked and Arieh scooped the pot.

Mike Wattel1,400,000-60,000
Josh Arieh1,250,000150,000
Brian Rast145,000-361,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:20 PM Local Time
No Miracle Comeback for Friedman

Adam Friedman

Limit Hold'em

Adam Friedman raised from under the gun and Roman Yitzhaki three-bet on the button, Yuval Bronshtein called in the big blind and Friedman called. On the     flop, Bronshtein checked and Friedman bet to receive two callers.

The   turn brought another check by Bronshtein and Friedman bet with 8,000 behind. Yitzhaki raised and Bronshtein made it three bets. Friedman was pained, then laughed, and needed some time to make a decision.

"Just throw your hand in the garbage bin right there," Eli Elezra joked. Friedman then folded and Yitzhaki called. The   river brought a bet of Bronshtein and a fold frm Yitzhaki.

"Show at least one," Friedman demanded from his table neighbour and Bronshtein replied "I show, no worries, don't want you to get a heart attack" before flipping over    for the nuts.

"They will never hear the end of it if I come back from 8,000 chips and win this," Friedman said as he was forced all-in from the big blind in the next hand. Paul Volpe limped the button, Bronshtein folded    in the small blind and Friedman kept his cards face down, which everyone agreed to.

Volpe's    were exposed and he flopped broadway on the       board. "Let's see if I can at least chop this," Friedman said with a grin on the face, exposed    and left with a "thank god I didn't see this."

Paul Volpe2,000,0000
Roman Yitzhaki1,200,000-200,000
Yuval Bronshtein825,000215,000
Adam Friedman0-86,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:09 PM Local Time
Schulman Rebuilds Through Negreanu

Razz

Daniel Negreanu completed on third street and only got a call from Nick Schulman, whose stack had been shrinking again. Negreanu then bet every street with Schulman calling down and their boards reading,

Daniel Negreanu:   /    / 
Nick Schulman:   /    / 

Schulman called a final bet on seventh street as well, with Negreanu showing      .

Schulman however made his hand on seventh street, showing       to pip Negreanu.

"I was rooting for a call", said Negreanu afterward as his chips were pushed to Schulman.

Daniel Negreanu1,410,00010,000
Nick Schulman600,000-180,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:09 PM Local Time
Campbell Crashes Out

Chad Campbell

Pot-Limit Omaha

After losing a big pot to Matt Glantz just prior when Glantz flopped the nut flush and got three streets of value, Chad Campbell was in the big blind and got it in for what appeared to be 98,000, which was called by Chris Brewer.

Chad Campbell:     
Chris Brewer:     

"Eights are in the lead," Daniel Negreanu said. Quickly after he added "not anymore" after the     flop.

The   turn changed nothing, nor did the   river, and Campbell hit the rail in 18th place.

Matt Glantz1,580,000670,000
Daniel Negreanu1,400,000-269,000
Nick Schulman780,000200,000
Chris Brewer740,00060,000
Anthony Zinno680,00045,000
Chad Campbell0-671,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:02 PM Local Time
Campbell Takes From Arieh

Limit Hold'em

Robert Campbell raised on the button and found one caller in Josh Arieh from the big blind.

Arieh checked to Campbell on the     flop, who bet. Arieh then raised and Campbell called.

Arieh continued to bet on the   turn and Campbell called.

Both players checked on the   river and Arieh revealed    for a whiffed open-ended straight draw. Campbell held    for two pair with a queen and scooped the pot.

Josh Arieh1,350,000-123,000
Robert Campbell1,170,000226,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 7:59 PM Local Time
Volpe Leaves Friedman Short

Razz

Paul Volpe:    /    
Adam Friedman:    /     fold on fifth

Paul Volpe limped in and Adam Friedman completed, which Volpe called. On fourth, Volpe bet his lead and Friedman called, then folded on fifth when Volpe bet once more. He was shown the    in the hole by Volpe.

Paul Volpe2,000,00080,000
Adam Friedman86,000-60,000
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 7:52 PM Local Time
Level 16 started
Level: 16
Blinds: 6,000/12,000
Ante: 12,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander