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

Thursday, November 04, 2021 to Thursday, November 04, 2021

Event #67: MAIN EVENT No-Limit Hold'em World Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $62,011,250
  • Entries: 6,650
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Saturday, November 6, 2021 6:34 PM Local Time
Tran Straightens One Out

JC Tran opened to 1,200 from under-the-gun and the player directly behind him shoved for his last 8,000. Action folded back around to Tran, who called to put his opponent at risk.

JC Tran:   
Utg+1:   

Tran was dominated, but the       runout left Tran with a rivered straight and he collected the rest of his opponent's chips.

JC Tran90,00010,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 6:31 PM Local Time
Dasaklos Gathers Big Pot

Demetrios Dasaklos was seen gathering a large pot with his    showing as the winner on a board that read      .

His opponent had the    and was left with very few chips after the chip counts were compared as Dasaklos now has a nice stack right after dinner break,

Demetrios Dasaklos156,000156,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 6:29 PM Local Time
Eyster Wins With Aggression

Kevin Eyster

Jonathan Dimmig raised to 2,000 from under the gun and was called by Kevin Eyster who sat directly to his left, along with the cutoff.

The     flop saw Dimmig continue for 2,000, in which Eyster and the cutoff called.

After the   fell on the turn, action was checked to the cutoff who fired out 4,000 and Dimming called before Eyster raised to 16,000.

The check-raise did Eyster justice as both as both his opponents folded and he collected the pot.

Kevin Eyster62,10025,600
Jonathan Dimmig13,200-33,800
Saturday, November 6, 2021 6:28 PM Local Time
Some Counts After Dinner
Susan Choi210,00025,000
Jeremiah Williams125,00060,000
Viliyan Petleshkov83,000-2,000
Yueqi Zhu70,000-30,200
Josh Arieh65,000-6,500
Tony Dunst62,0006,000
Denys Shafikov44,000-9,000
Tony Miles25,000-12,500
Jonathan Dokler0-10,600
Saturday, November 6, 2021 6:23 PM Local Time
Orange Counts From After Break
Farid Jattin156,70016,700
Ted Forrest116,40026,400
Thomas Gjerde115,60044,400
Lucas Greenwood115,300-30,200
Jungwon Kim106,40037,700
Yueqi Zhu100,20035,700
Cord Garcia91,20016,200
Allyn Shulman83,40033,400
Melisa Singh72,1008,800
Hossein Ensan63,4003,000
Seokyoung Lee62,3002,300
Phong Chau56,40021,200
David Sheinin41,200-30,000
Sam Greenwood15,200-23,100
Shannon Shorr12,200-8,900
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, November 6, 2021 6:22 PM Local Time
Chen Wins a Small Pot

On a heads-up flop of    , Pete Chen check-called for 500,000 and checked the   on the turn. The   fell on the river and Chen checked once more. His opponent from one seat over then bet 1,500 and Chen check-raised to 7,000. No call followed as Chen was awarded the pot without showdown.

Pete Chen50,000-12,100
Saturday, November 6, 2021 6:06 PM Local Time
Level 4 started
Level: 4
Blinds: 300/500
Ante: 500
Saturday, November 6, 2021 5:00 PM Local Time
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Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:54 PM Local Time
Dinner Break on Day 1c

The players are now on a scheduled 75-minute dinner break and they will return at approximately 7.07 pm local time. Another two levels of two hours each remain for tonight. Below are some highlights of the past level.

- Tauber Busts Brinkenhoff

- Petit Triples Up

- Jattin Chips Up

- Bargas Flops a Royal Flush

- Choi Nears 300K

- Shevlyakov Scores a Massive Pot

Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:51 PM Local Time
Some Chip Counts Before the Dinner Break
Susan Choi185,000-27,000
Aleksandr Shevlyakov175,000-85,000
David Altisent158,00018,000
Lucas Greenwood145,500-14,500
Kenneth Traut111,50011,200
Joni Jouhkimainen105,50047,800
JC Tran95,000-10,000
Cord Garcia75,00028,000
Kevin MacPhee73,00073,000
Jeremiah Williams65,000-5,100
Melisa Singh63,300-19,000
Hossein Ensan60,400-16,900
Allyn Shulman50,000-20,000
Ryan Hagerty46,000-33,800
Bradley Anderson39,100-19,900
Sam Greenwood38,3000
Niklas Astedt33,00033,000
Daniel Chalifour30,000-10,000
Jay Farber20,000-31,500
Christopher Burr15,000-39,000
Gorilla Gaming
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:49 PM Local Time
Choi Backs Down to Admon's Shove

On a flop of    , a player in the lojack checked to Susan Choi, who bet 5,000. Salin Admon then raised to 12,000 and action folded back to Choi, who called.

Both players checked on the   turn; however, Choi led out for 15,000 on the   river.

Admon thought for a bit and then shoved for 41,400 total.

"I have a six," Choi said.

"A six would have already called," Admon responded.

"I put you on ace-four," Choi said back.

Choi decided to fold and Admon took down the pot.

Susan Choi212,000-21,000
Salim Admon77,00077,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:44 PM Local Time
Ross Wins Small One Off Greenwood

Eli Ross opened to 1,000 in early position and Sam Greenwood defended out of the big blind.

Greenwood checked on the on the flop of     and folded without a fight when Ross continued with a bet of 1,000.

Eli Ross55,000
Sam Greenwood38,300-4,700
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:42 PM Local Time
Tauber Busts Brinkenhoff

Picking up the action on the      turn, the action checked to Joe Tauber and he bet 15,000. Michael Brinkenhoff called on the button and the third player in the hand tank-called. The   river was checked to Brinkenhoff, who jammed for 42,100. His all-in amount was asked upon as the third player folded while Tauber quickly called.

"Do you have king-ten?" Tauber asked and Brinkenhoff instantly replied "no I don't" before rolling over the    for a bluff. Tauber had that beat with    and scored the knockout.

Joseph Tauber165,000112,000
Michael Brinkenhoff0-75,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:42 PM Local Time
Choi Still Pushing the Pace

Susan Choi raised to 3,000 from the cutoff and the small blind called.

The flop came     and Choi bet 5,000. The small blind thought briefly and mucked his hand.

Susan Choi233,000-50,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:40 PM Local Time
Zeitler's River Shove Gets No Action

With 31,100 chips in the middle, the board read       and Thomas Zeitler was all-in for 23,000. His opponent took about three minutes before letting his hand go and the pot was sent to Zeitler.

Thomas Zeitler54,1004,200
Steven Grybas51,0001,000
Gorilla Gaming
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:36 PM Local Time
Karatsu Takes from Wylkerson

In a raised pot with the flop showing    , Dylan Wylkerson check-called a bet worth 2,100 from Hiroki Karatsu. A   appeared on the turn and Karatsu sent another bet for 4,400. Wylkerson looked at his cards once more and sent them into the muck.

Hiroki Karatsu92,00092,000
Dylan Wilkerson63,00063,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:30 PM Local Time
Whyte Raises it Away from Smith

Dusti Smith raised under the gun to 1,100 and Robert Whyte, Jesse Capps and Howard Mash all called.

Mash checked smoke as the dealer fanned a flop of     and Smith continued for 2,700. Whyte made the call and both Capps and Mash folded.

The   fell on the turn and Smith fired a bet of 6,400 into the middle. Whyte paused for a moment and raised to 16,800 which forced Smith to surrender the pot.

Jesse Capps110,000
Dusti Smith99,200
Robert Whyte92,500
Howard Mash76,700-6,300
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:28 PM Local Time
Miles Let it Go

Tony Miles called from the hijack after a player opened for 900. The flop fell     and after some thinking, Miles called another bet from his opponent for 1,500.

A   paired the board on the turn and this time Miles quickly folded after a bet worth 1,900.

Tony Miles37,500500
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:26 PM Local Time
Petit Triples Up

Rosalie Petit was all in from early position on the turn as the board read      with three players in the hand. She got called by a player in middle position. The cutoff, Matthew Stahler then raised to 40,000. The middle position player thought a while before he folded to make it a heads up pot with Petit at risk.

Rosalie Petit:   
Matthew Stahler:   

Petit was ahead and in a great spot to triple up. The river was the   as she confirmed her triple as a crew of people watching her celebrated.

Matthew Stahler165,00028,000
Rosalie Petit36,50020,200
Saturday, November 6, 2021 4:26 PM Local Time
Big Slick Does the Trick for Singh

Melisa Singh

There was three-way action after a     flop which included Melisa Singh from the button.

The player from middle position led out for 3,000, the hijack called as did Singh and the   paired the board on the turn.

Action was checked to the hijack who fired out 10,000. Both Singh and the other called to see the   complete the board on the river.

All three players checked and Singh showed    to win the pot.

Melisa Singh82,30042,300
Playtika - Jason Alexander