Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:35 PM Local Time
6th Place Bust Out Interview with Hye Park
Flocked by a rail of friends who flew in to support him, Hye "Henry" Park walks off the WSOP Main Event stage $1,400,000 richer. Is he exhausted from eight days of intense poker play? No way. "I wanna get right back in. I'll probably even put in MORE study time."
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:32 PM Local Time
Hands #177-179: Aldemir Correctly Calls With Bottom Pair
Hand #177: George Holmes opened to 4,000,000 and Koray Aldemir called out of the big blind as the duo headed to the flop and opted to check. After the turn, Aldemir checked once more and Holmes bet for 4,000,000. Aldemir spent 30 seconds in and tank and came along to the on the river.
Both players checked and the next pot went to Holmes, as his for a pair of eights was enough to take it down.
Hand #178: Aldemir limped the button and Holmes knuckled it to the flop. Holmes checked and Aldemir bet 3,400,000 in order to claim the pot.
Hand #179: Holmes min-raised the button to 4,000,000 and Aldemir filled up. The flop went check, check, and the appeared on the turn. Aldemir checked once more and so did Holmes, which led to the on the river. The check by Aldemir triggered a bet worth 4,400,000 by Holmes and Aldemir called.
The of Holmes were briefly shown but Aldemir won the pot with the for a pair of treys.
|George Holmes||204,500,000||-2,400,000 |
|Koray Aldemir||194,800,000||2,400,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:24 PM Local Time
Hands #175-176: Holmes Takes the Chip Lead
Hand #175: George Holmes raised to 4,000,000 from the button and Koray Aldemir defended. They both checked through the flop to the on the turn. It was checked again for the to complete the board. Aldemir showed the for Holmes to table the for the higher kicker to claim the pot.
Hand #176: Aldemir raised to 4,600,000 from the button and Holmes called. The was fanned out on the flop. Holmes check-called the 3,400,000 continuation-bet of Aldemir. The turn was the , Holmes checked again.
This time, Aldemir did the same to see the complete the board. Holmes took 39 seconds and then bet 9,000,000. Aldemir called to see the of Holmes who had a full house for Aldemir to muck.
|George Holmes||206,900,000||23,000,000 |
|Koray Aldemir||192,400,000||-23,000,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:18 PM Local Time
Hands #173-174: Holmes Fires Three Barrels to Nearly Close the Gap
Hand #173: George Holmes raised to 4,400,000 and Koray Aldemir defended the big blind to the flop. A quick check by Aldemir led to a bet worth 4,000,000 by Holmes and that claimed the pot right there.
Hand #174: Aldemir made it 4,600,000 to go on the button and Holmes three-bet to 9,000,000 in the big blind. The call by Aldemir after 31 seconds followed and they headed to the flop. Holmes continued for 5,000,000 and Aldemir followed suit with a call.
The appeared on the turn and Holmes now fired a bet worth 13,000,000. Aldemir called and the biggest heads-up pot so far headed to the river. After taking more than 30 seconds on each of the previous streets, Holmes bet 40,000,000 after one minute and 34 seconds, and Aldemir snap-folded in a matter of six seconds.
|Koray Aldemir||215,400,000||-33,400,000 |
|George Holmes||183,900,000||33,400,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:10 PM Local Time
Hands #169-172: Trips for Holmes
Hand #169: George Holmes limped the small blind and Koray Aldemir checked to the flop, which both players checked. On the turn, Aldemir bet 3,000,000 and Holmes folded to award the first pot in heads-up to the German.
Hand #170: Aldemir raised to 4,600,000 on the button and received a call from Holmes. The flop was checked by Holmes and Aldemir's continuation bet worth 3,700,000 won the second heads-up pot without resistance.
Hand #171: Holmes opened the button to 4,400,000 and Aldemir came along to the flop. Both checked to the turn and Aldemir check-folded to a bet worth 4,000,000.
Hand #172: Aldemir's button raise to 4,600,000 was called by Holmes and the flop brought . Holmes checked to Aldemir who bet 3,300,000 and received a call. The turn paired the board and both now elected to check, which brought the on the river.
Holmes now led for 7,400,000 and Aldemir called for the former to reveal for trips to win the pot.
|Koray Aldemir||248,800,000||-13,100,000 |
|George Holmes||150,500,000||13,100,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:03 PM Local Time
The Heads-Up is Underway
Who will be poker's next world champion, Koray Aldemir or George Holmes?
|Koray Aldemir||261,900,000||0 |
|George Holmes||137,400,000||0 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:50 PM Local Time
WSOP 2021 | How To Play A Super Turbo Bounty Poker Tournament!
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:45 PM Local Time
Jack Oliver Eliminated in 3rd Place ($3,000,000)
Hand #168: Jack Oliver jammed for 35,700,000 in the small blind and Holmes in the big blind asked for a count. After one minute and 11 seconds of consideration, Holmes made the call.
The flop kept Oliver in the lead with a pair of eights but the turn improved Holmes to the superior pair.
Nothing changed on the river and that spelled the end for Oliver in third place. He takes home $3 million for the efforts and there will now be a short break before heads-up play gets underway.
|Koray Aldemir||261,900,000||0 |
|George Holmes||137,400,000||35,700,000 |
|Jack Oliver||0||-35,700,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:43 PM Local Time
Two Quick Hands After the Break
Hand #166: George Holmes min-raised to 4,000,000 out of the small blind and was called by Koray Aldemir in the big blind. Holmes checked the flop and Aldemir checked back to the turn. Neither player invested any further chip on that street either and the on the river brought a bet worth 3,600,000 by Holmes, Aldemir folded.
Hand #167: Holmes opened to 4,000,000 on the button and won the blinds and big blind ante.
|Koray Aldemir||261,900,000||-7,000,000 |
|George Holmes||101,700,000||11,000,000 |
|Jack Oliver||35,700,000||-4,000,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:36 PM Local Time
Level 40 started
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:23 PM Local Time
7th Place Bust Out Interview with "Papo MC"
Alejandro Lococo goes from 2nd in chips at the Main Event final table, to out... in a single hand. Did he misplay it? We caught him moments after the shocking and devastating elimination.
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:17 PM Local Time
Chip Counts in the Break
|Koray Aldemir||268,900,000||0 |
|George Holmes||90,700,000||0 |
|Jack Oliver||39,700,000||0 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:16 PM Local Time
Hands #162-165: Aldemir Gets Value From Holmes
Hand #162: Jack Oliver completed the small blind, George Holmes raised to 4,000,000 in the big blind, and Oliver called. The flop was and Oliver checked. Holmes bet 3,000,000 and Oliver called. The on the turn saw both players tap the table.
On the river, Oliver checked once again and Holmes fired a hefty bet of 16,000,000, which was enough to make Oliver fold.
Hand #163: Holmes raised to 3,600,000 in the small blind and Koray Aldemir defended. Holmes checked the flop to Aldemir, who bet 4,400,000. Holmes check-raised to 15,400,000 and Aldemir folded immediately.
Hand #164: Holmes raised to 3,600,000 and Oliver called from the big blind. Oliver checked the flop, Holmes bet 2,000,000, and Oliver called.
The turn brought the and Oliver checked a second time. Holmes rapidly fired a bet of 3,400,000 and Oliver folded.
Hand #165: Aldemir made it 3,300,000 on the button and Holmes peeled a flop from the big blind. The flop was and Holmes checked. Aldemir bet 3,000,000 and Holmes called. Both players checked the on the turn.
The river paired the board and Holmes bet 4,000,000. Aldemir mulled over his decision for one minute, then came up with a raise to 15,300,000. It was now Holmes who dove deep into the tank before ultimately emerging with a call.
Aldemir showed for kings and jacks, Holmes couldn't beat it and mucked.
After the hand, the players went on a 20-minute break.
|Koray Aldemir||268,900,000||13,600,000 |
|George Holmes||90,700,000||1,400,000 |
|Jack Oliver||39,700,000||-15,000,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:00 PM Local Time
Hands #157-161: Aldemir Loses Some; Gets Almost All of It Back
Hand #157: Jack Oliver raised to 4,000,000 on the button and Koray Aldemir defended the big blind to see the flop. Aldemir's check was followed by a bet worth 3,000,000 by Oliver and Aldemir then check-raised to 8,300,000. The call by Oliver led them to the turn on which Aldemir mulled over his decision for 56 seconds and checked.
Oliver opted for a bet worth 8,000,000 and earned the pot without resistance. "Show the bluff," his rail demanded.
Hand #158: George Holmes opened to 3,600,000 on the button and Aldemir flat-called in the small blind. The flop was checked around and the appeared on the turn. Aldemir now bet 3,800,000 and that won the pot.
Hand #159: Aldemir raised to 3,400,000 on the button for Holmes to call out of the big blind. The flop went check, check, and the followed on the turn. Holmes bet 4,200,000 and Aldemir folded.
Hand #160: Aldemir received a walk.
Hand #161: Aldemir limped the small blind and Oliver raised to 5,000,000 in the big blind. The limp-raise to 15,000,000 by Aldemir then brought a quick fold from Oliver and the was revealed.
|Koray Aldemir||255,300,000||-3,100,000 |
|George Holmes||89,300,000||-1,000,000 |
|Jack Oliver||54,700,000||4,100,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 3:46 PM Local Time
Hands #154-156: Oliver Down to 50 Million
Hand #154: Jack Oliver raised to 4,000,000 from the button and Koray Aldemir three-bet to 15,500,000 from the big blind. Oliver made the call. The flop came down , Aldemir bet 11,100,000 for Oliver to fold.
Hand #155: George Holmes raised to 3,600,000 from the button and Aldemir called while Jack Oliver folded. The flop came , they both checked to the on the turn. It went check-check again, and the river completed the board with the for both to check again. Aldemir tabled the for the pot as Holmes mucked his hand.
Hand #156: Oliver completed his small blind and Holmes checked in the big blind. They both checked through the flop to the on the turn. Oliver min-bet and Holmes called. The completed the board and the 5,000,000 continuation-bet of Oliver was enough to get Holmes out of the pot.
|Koray Aldemir||258,400,000||23,100,000 |
|George Holmes||90,300,000||-9,200,000 |
|Jack Oliver||50,600,000||-13,900,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 3:34 PM Local Time
Hands #149-153: Bit More for Holmes and Oliver
Hand #149: George Holmes raised to 3,600,000 and won the hand.
Hand #150: Koray Aldemir raised to 3,400,000 and won the hand.
Hand #151: Holmes made it 3,600,000 in the small blind and Aldemir called. The flop came down and Holmes bet 3,200,000. Aldemir called.
The fell on the turn and Holmes fired a second shell worth 5,600,000. Aldemir waved the white flag.
Hand #152: A walk for Jack Oliver.
Hand #153: Aldemir raised to 3,400,000 on the button, Oliver three-bet to 12,000,000 from the small blind and both Holmes and Aldemir snap-folded.
|Koray Aldemir||235,300,000||-9,400,000 |
|George Holmes||99,500,000||6,000,000 |
|Jack Oliver||64,500,000||3,400,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 3:26 PM Local Time
Hands #144-148: Oliver Jams Twice
Hand #144: Koray Aldemir raised the button to 3,300,000 and Jack Oliver pushed all-in for 44,200,000 in the small blind. George Holmes released his cards into the muck and Aldemir asked for a count. After giving it 45 seconds of consideration, Aldemir folded as well.
Hand #145: A walk for Aldemir.
Hand #146: Holmes raised to 4,000,000 on the button and Oliver jammed for 49,100,000 in the big blind. Some 34 seconds passed and Holmes folded.
Hand #147: Aldemir opened to 3,400,000 on the button for Holmes to defend the big blind. The flop brought and Holmes checked, Aldemir continued for 5,900,000 and that earned the pot right there without resistance.
Hand #148: Oliver raised it up to 4,000,000 on the button. Aldemir filled up from the big blind and they headed to the flop, which Aldemir quickly checked. Oliver bet 3,000,000 and won the pot.
|Koray Aldemir||244,700,000||-3,100,000 |
|George Holmes||93,500,000||-13,800,000 |
|Jack Oliver||61,100,000||16,900,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 3:22 PM Local Time
8th Place Bust Out Interview with Jareth East
Fresh off the Main Event final table, "party boy" Jareth East talks making a million, losing with aces and how surprisingly easy the WSOP Main Event field actually was for him.
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 3:17 PM Local Time
Hands #140-143: Oliver Doubles Through Holmes
Hand #140: George Holmes raised to 3,800,000 and Jack Oliver defended the big blind. The flop was and both players checked.
The on the turn brought another check from Oliver. Holmes bet 3,500,000 and the Brit quickly gave it up.
Hand #141: Oliver limped in from the small blind and Holmes checked his option. The flop came and Oliver checked. Holmes bet 3,200,000 and Oliver called.
Another check from Oliver followed on the turn and Holmes instantly checked behind. Oliver checked the river, Holmes bet 2,000,000 and Oliver paid him off. Holmes showed for trip sevens to win the hand.
Hand #142: Oliver made it 3,200,000 to go on the button, Holmes called from the small blind, and Koray Aldemir called from the big blind. It was a family pot with the flop coming down , which got checked around.
Holmes bet 4,200,000 on the turn and netted two quick folds to chalk another one up in the win column.
Hand #143: Holmes raised to 3,600,000 on the button, Oliver three-bet shoved 20,900,000 from the big blind and Holmes called.
Oliver was ahead preflop and got even further ahead after the flop. The was safe for him as well, and although the on the river briefly scared some Oliver fans, it gave the Brit the nut flush for a double up.
|Koray Aldemir||247,800,000||-6,400,000 |
|George Holmes||107,300,000||100,000 |
|Jack Oliver||44,200,000||6,300,000 |
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 3:06 PM Local Time
Hands #135-139: Holmes Takes Twice From Oliver
Hand #135: Jack Oliver limped in from the small blind and George Holmes raised to 4,000,000 in the big blind. Oliver then opted for a limp-raise to 12,000,000, Holmes moved all-in and Oliver snap-folded.
Hand #136: Holmes limped the small blind and Koray Aldemir checked his option to see the flop. There was a bet worth 3,400,000 by Holmes and Aldemir came along to the turn, which went check, check. On the river, Holmes bet again for 3,400,000 and Aldemir sent his cards into the muck.
Hand #137: Aldemir opened to 5,400,000 in the small blind and Oliver forfeited the big blind and big blind ante.
Hand #138: A button raise to 3,400,000 by Aldemir found no resistance.
Hand #139: Oliver made it 4,000,000 to go on the button and Holmes filled up from the small blind, Aldemir in the big blind made it three ways to the flop.
The action checked to Oliver and he bet 3,000,000, which triggered a check-raise to 8,000,000 by Oliver. Aldemir folded and Oliver came along to the turn. Holmes checked once more and Oliver now bet 10,000,000. For the second street in a row, Holmes check-raised and made it 25,000,000 to go as Oliver instantly gave up.
|Koray Aldemir||254,200,000||-5,000,000 |
|George Holmes||107,200,000||43,000,000 |
|Jack Oliver||37,900,000||-38,000,000 |