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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 12:50 PM Local Time
Kim Fires River

Soo Jo Kim was on the button and saw a flop against four other players.

Kim bet 2,000 when checked to on the flop of     and two opponents called. Both opponents checked on the   turn and only one called when Kim threw out a bet of 5,500.

The opponent checked a third time on the   river and opted to fold when facing a bet of 14,000 from Kim.

Soo Jo Kim70,00010,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:48 PM Local Time
Dimmig Trips Up Opponent

Jonathan Dimmig

Jonathan Dimmig raised from the cutoff and the big blind defended to see a     flop.

Dimmig's opponent check-called his 900 bet and the   turn was checked by both players to the   river.

Action was checked to Dimmig who fired out 2,000 and his opponent quickly called only to muck their cards facedown after Dimmig rolled over    for trip tens.

Jonathan Dimmig53,400
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:47 PM Local Time
Purple Counts
Anthony Denove85,00025,000
David Prociak78,0003,000
Michael Brinkenhoff75,000-5,000
Mikiyo Aoki65,0008,000
John Bolton64,000-14,000
Daniel Smiljkovic55,00055,000
Darrin Wright47,000-16,000
Tony Miles43,000-15,000
Nick Yunis29,000-31,000
Colby Hartje27,000-3,000
Adam Sherman17,00017,000
Marcelo Tadeu Aziz Junior0-10,500
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:46 PM Local Time
Patricio Takes It on the Turn

Peter Patricio raised under the gun to 700 and two players made the call.

On the     flop, the small blind checked to Patricio and he continued for 1,600. Both players came along.

The turn was the   and when checked to, Patricio fired a bet of 4,000 which was good enough to rake in the pot.

Peter Patricio55,00055,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:42 PM Local Time
Kade Folds on the River

In a three-way pot with around 8,000 in the middle on the      board, the cutoff bet 2,200 after a check from the hijack. Vanessa Kade raised it to 8,000 on the button, only the hijack called.

When the   completed the board, the hijack sent 10,000 into the middle and Kade quickly let it go.

Vanessa Kade61,0001,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:32 PM Local Time
Assorted Counts Early on Day 1c
Elias Gutierrez78,00078,000
David Prociak75,00015,000
James Romero70,0003,000
Matt Glantz70,00010,000
Hossein Ensan70,000-2,300
Arash Ghaneian69,000-300
Cord Garcia62,0002,000
Viliyan Petleshkov60,00060,000
Dennis Phillips59,000-1,000
Nikolay Fal58,00058,000
Mikiyo Aoki57,000-14,000
Denys Shafikov53,000
Sam Greenwood49,00024,500
Koray Aldemir48,00048,000
Paul Newey42,00042,000
Giorgiy Skhulukhiya34,0002,800
Niklas Astedt22,0000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:30 PM Local Time
Level 2 started
Level: 2
Blinds: 200/300
Ante: 300
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:27 PM Local Time
Bracelet Ceremony Underway

Action has been slightly delayed for Eelis Pärssinen's bracelet ceremony, winner of Event #64: $5,000 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha.

Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:14 PM Local Time
First Break on Day 1c Underway

WSOP Chips

While the first two rows in Amazon Orange have already started breaking to ensure full-ring tables in the current tournament area, the first 20-minute break has commenced. Below are some of the highlights of the first level on Day 1c.

- Ensan Keeps Firing

- Astedt Doubles With Ladies

- Nguyen Rivers A Set

- Altisent Scores a Knockout

Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:11 PM Local Time
Pocket Tens Scoop Pot for Grybas

On a flop of     Steven Grybas check-called a bet of 3,100 from Thomas Zeitler.

Grybas check-called once again, this time for 5,000 on the   turn.

The   hit the river and both players quickly checked before Grybas tabled    for two pair, tens and twos. Zeitler's cards hit the muck.

Steven Grybas45,90045,900
Thomas Zeitler37,00037,000
Gorilla Gaming
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:08 PM Local Time
Altisent Scores a Knockout

On Scott Bohlman's table, a big pot took place which contributed to one of the first eliminations of Day 1c.

David Altisent faced a big check-raise by his opponent on the turn with board reading     , ultimately the pair got their chips in the middle.

Altisent tabled    for a set of queens and his opponent revealed    for third pair and the nut flush draw.

The   river was too little too late for the player at risk and Altisent notched an elimination.

David Altisent126,000126,000
Scott Bohlman79,00019,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:07 PM Local Time
WSOP 2021 | DAY 1B - WHO MADE IT THROUGH & WHO DIDN'T! | Update Day 38
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:05 PM Local Time
Chip Counts Before Break
Thomas Gjerde84,50024,500
Allyn Shulman76,50016,500
Hossein Ensan72,3004,300
Bryce Yockey72,100-3,400
Ben Underwood [Benjamin Underwood]67,4007,400
Erik Seidel64,3004,300
Farid Jattin63,2003,200
Melisa Singh53,200-6,800
Shannon Shorr42,100-17,900
Kevin Eyster33,200-26,800
Giorgiy Skhulukhiya31,200-28,800
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:05 PM Local Time
Dunst Loses a Small One

Russell Green opened to 600 and it was called by Tony Dunst in the cutoff as well as the big blind.

The flop fell     and Dunst bet 800. Both the big blind and Green called and action checked around when the   paired the board on the turn.

The river was the   and the big blind led out for 3,500. Green and Dunst quickly folded their hands.

Tony Dunst64,00064,000
Russell Green53,50053,500
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:05 PM Local Time
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Gorilla Gaming
Saturday, November 6, 2021 12:00 PM Local Time
Romero Wins One

James Romero

With around 1,700 already in the pot, big blind James Romero was heads-up against an early position player on a board reading     .

Romero led out with a bet of 1,400 and his opponent sent his cards into the muck.

James Romero67,000-3,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 11:55 AM Local Time
Nguyen Rivers A Set

Qui Nguyen

The 2016 Main Event champion Qui Nguyen was spotted in a hand with the board reading     .

Marcelo Tadeu Aziz Junior bet 5,500 from the button and Qui Nguyen called from the hijack.

The river came the   and Nguyen threw out a bet of 20,000 into a pot of about 22,000. Tadeu Aziz Junior thought for quite a while before announcing he was all in, Nguyen snap-called.

Tadeu Aziz Junior tabled    and Nguyen turned over the    for the rivered set to take down the nice sized pot as well as leaving his opponent with a short stack.

Qui Nguyen88,00088,000
Marcelo Tadeu Aziz Junior10,50010,500
Saturday, November 6, 2021 11:48 AM Local Time
Kang Adds to his Stack

Sungwoon Yoo and Steve Anderson limped before Gyuhoon Kang raised it to 1,200. Both Yoo and Anderson called.

The flop brought in the     flop. Anderson check-folded when Kang continued for another 1,200.

Gyuhoon Kang91,50045,500
Steven Anderson53,00053,000
Sungwoon Yoo26,00026,000
Saturday, November 6, 2021 11:45 AM Local Time
Frankenberger Takes Pot from Astedt

Niklas Astedt opened to 500 in late position and Andrew Frankenberger defended from the big blind.

Frankenberger checked on the     flop and called when Astedt bet 400. Both players checked on the   turn.

The river brought in the   and Frankenberger led out with a bet of 1,000. Astedt quickly folded.

Andrew Frankenberger65,0005,000
Niklas Astedt22,000700
Saturday, November 6, 2021 11:45 AM Local Time
Tolbert Puts Sam in the Tank

On a board of     , Thomas Tolbert check-raised Sam Ho's bet of 1,300 to 3,100. Ho made the call.

The   landed on the river and Tolbert fired for 7,000. Ho went deep into the tank for about four minutes.

"I have a very tough decision. I am not acting, it's only Level 1," Ho proclaimed before tossing his cards into the muck.

Thomas Tolbert57,70057,700
Sam Ho55,00055,000
Gorilla Gaming