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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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Thursday, November 11, 2021 4:31 PM Local Time
Assorted Amazon Tan Counts
Zachary Grech780,000380,000
Swadeep Mishra670,00070,000
Benjamin Armstrong600,00080,000
Antoine Labat460,000-10,000
Alex Livingston430,000-10,000
Curtis Phelps300,00050,000
Victor Ramdin255,000-135,000
Francis Anderson200,000-5,000
Eric Mizrachi190,000-30,000
Andy Black110,000-14,000
Dennis Phillips95,00020,000
Kao "Flexx" Saechao90,00015,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 4:23 PM Local Time
Zhou Spikes a Seven to Stay Alive

Jimmy Zhou was all-in for 21,000 against Ehsan Amiri, who has one of the biggest stacks in the room.

Jimmy Zhou:   
Ehsan Amiri:   

The flop and turn came     , giving Zhou just two outs with his pocket sevens. The table erupted when the river brought the   to keep Zhou's bracelet dreams alive.

"I wasn't expecting that," someone at the table said.

Ehsan Amiri1,010,000-20,000
Jimmy Zhou42,000-67,700
Thursday, November 11, 2021 4:21 PM Local Time
Some Counts in Purple
Robert Mizrachi625,000-10,000
Tim Reilly540,000435,000
Sonia Shashikhina350,00075,000
Frank Funaro325,000-75,000
Andre Akkari310,000115,000
David Manikos310,000-100,000
Anthony Zinno265,000-55,000
Toby Lewis195,000-35,000
Barbara Enright160,00020,000
Niall Farrell102,000-28,000
David Tuchman82,000-13,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 4:20 PM Local Time
Colillas Continues to Build

Ramon Colillas was heads-up from early position against a lone player in the big blind on a     flop. The big blind checked to Colillas, who bet 6,000. His opponent then check-raised to 17,000 and Colillas called.

The   fell on the turn and the big blind checked — promoting a 12,000 bet from Colillas. His opponent folded after tanking for a bit and Colillas added to his stack.

Ramon Colillas550,00050,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 4:10 PM Local Time
Level 13 started
Level: 13
Blinds: 2,000/4,000
Ante: 4,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:47 PM Local Time
Player Break

Players are now on a 25-minute break at the end of Level 12. Just over 1,600 players remain in the tournament.

Some highlights from Level 12:

Kicker Advantage for Prydvor Busts D'Ambrosio

Glick Flops a Set and Doubles Through Phillips

Bryne Doubles Through Neiman

Nguyen Sniffs Out a Bluff, Surges Past 600,000

Moneymaker Busts Kuhn and Breaks a Million

Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:45 PM Local Time
Chip Update and an Elimination in Amazon Orange
Ehsan Amiri1,050,0000
Daniel Fuhs460,00060,000
Ben Yu370,0005,000
Jesse Lonis305,0005,000
Lara Eisenberg270,00030,000
Marle Spragg260,00010,000
Matt Affleck246,000-94,000
Stephen Chidwick235,000-61,500
Maria Ho225,00050,000
Justin Young195,00068,000
Michael Wang170,000-30,000
Billy Baxter126,000-144,000
Mike Matusow115,000-40,000
Ted Forrest110,0005,000
Daniel Zack70,000-130,000
Joni Jouhkimainen0-210,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:44 PM Local Time
Smiljkovic Caught Bluffing; Left With Fumes

Daniel Smiljkovic was caught betting the       river out of the blinds and was called by Tatsuya Seki. Smiljkovic briefly flashed his cards for what appeared to be    but Seki won the pot with the   . In the next hand, Seki and Smiljkovic saw a     flop and Seki bet the   turn for 5,500, which saw Smiljkovic check-fold out of the big blind.

The same table also features Kitty Kuo, who has a nearly identical stack as Seki.

Kitty Kuo400,000159,000
Tatsuya Seki385,000152,300
Daniel Smiljkovic35,000-160,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:42 PM Local Time
Moneymaker Busts Kuhn and Breaks a Million

Chris Moneymaker

With about 200,000 in the pot and a board of     , Chris Moneymaker bet 115,000 in the small blind and Robert Kuhn was in middle position contemplating his decision. He eventually called.

The   completed the board and Moneymaker slid out a stack of green chips, enough to put Kuhn all-in for his remaining stack of roughly 180,000. Kuhn tanked for several minutes and faced the additional pressure of multiple television cameras waiting on his action. He appeared to even shake his head and chuckle at times. Ultimately, he put in the chips.

"Two pair," Moneymaker said as he turned over   . Kuhn could only show    and took his exit from the table.

"I wanted to slow roll the sh-- out of him but I can't do that in the main event," Moneymaker said after mentioning they joked earlier about slow rolling each other. Moneymaker also remarked that they have a lot of history playing together that could've influenced Kuhn's decision.

At the end of it, Kuhn was sent to the rail, and the 2003 Main Event champion now sits as one of the top players on the leaderboard with a comfy stack of over one million.

Chris Moneymaker1,100,000390,000
Robert Kuhn0-370,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:39 PM Local Time
Bryne Doubles Through Neiman

Melissa Bryne

With 45,000 in the pot and      on the board, Melissa Bryne bet 25,000 from early position and Philip Neiman called from the button.

The river was   and Bryne shoved 85,500. Neiman went deep into the tank for several minutes.

"Will you show if I fold?" Neiman asked.

"I'm probably not going to give out free information," Bryne answered.

Neiman eventually called and Bryne turned over    for the flush. Neiman showed    for the disappointing smaller flush and Bryne scored a big Day 3 double.

Melissa Bryne265,000127,900
Philip Neiman205,00051,900
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:36 PM Local Time
Hildebrand Doubles Through Lowery

"Rivered again," Daniel Lowery said and Per Hildebrand nodded. The Swede had just doubled through Lowery as his    made a set on the       board for Hildebrand to remain in contention. Lowery still has a pretty solid stack and only trails Robert Cowen on the same table.

Robert Cowen700,000103,600
Daniel Lowery550,000-70,000
Will Givens200,00060,000
Per Hildebrand140,000-80,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:35 PM Local Time
Sankari Misbehaving

Antoine Sankari

Picking up the action on a completed board of      , Jared Jaffee and Antoine Sankari were heads-up in a pot. With around 60,000 in the middle, Jaffe checked from the big blind and Sankari shoved all in for around 87,000.

Jaffe thought for a minute and looked back at his cards before sending them to the muck. Sankari was awarded the pot and turned over    as he missed a straight draw.

Jared Jaffee462,000118,000
Antoine Sankari144,00034,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:34 PM Local Time
Some of Them Have a Lot Of Orange Chips in Orange
Johan Schumacher700,000103,000
Raul Martinez650,00089,000
Yehoshua Saadon550,00088,300
Vangelis Kaimakamis475,000271,000
Ran Shahar350,000110,000
Ben Heath330,000330,000
Martin Jacobson290,0001,900
Mike Del Vecchio260,000260,000
Leo Margets220,000142,800
Todd Witteles210,000-6,500
Ryan Pignatelli190,00045,000
Adam Hendrix75,00035,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:32 PM Local Time
Two (Near) Chip Millionaires in the Amazon Room

Dragana Lim

Dragana Lim just dragged in a bigger pot with pocket jacks and was then involved in three-way action. She bet the      turn for 10,000 and received one call. The   river was checked and Lim tabled the   , which ended up second-best to   .

"I am glad the flush didn't come then," Lim said. She was at more than a million right before the last hand and joined Ehsan Amiri in the seven-figure club for a short while.

Ehsan Amiri1,017,000-1,000
Dragana Lim980,000420,200
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:30 PM Local Time
Mishra Forces a Fold From Labat

Swadeep Mishra was heads-up from the small blind against Antoine Labat in the big blind on a     flop.

Mishra bet 4,000 and Labat called.

Mishra checked on the   turn and Labat took the initiative with a 7,000 bet. Mishra then check-raised to 25,000 and Labat quickly folded.

Misrha flashed the   as he collected the pot.

Swadeep Mishra600,000154,100
Antoine Labat470,00035,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:29 PM Local Time
Updated Stacks From Amazon Gold
Shane Raikes691,00024,000
Arkadi Onikoul660,000160,000
Brittney Stout640,00035,000
Ivan Deyra312,00055,000
Dan Heimiller275,000162,100
Taus Lilius250,000-22,500
Matt Livingston230,000230,000
Christoph Vogelsang193,00078,000
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:22 PM Local Time
Lane Triples Through Eveslage and Hinkle

Michael Lane tracked down the PokerNews live reporting team to provide an update on a big hand.

Lane raised to 7,000 from early position and Chad Eveslage three-bet to 21,000. Blair Hinkle four-bet to 60,000 and Lane called for his last 56,500. Eveslage came along for the three-way pot.

The board ran out       while Eveslage and Hinkle checked down to the river.

Michael Lane:   
Chad Eveslage:   
Blair Hinkle:   

Lane's aces held to secure a big triple-up on Day 3.

Chad Eveslage248,000-115,300
Blair Hinkle221,000-175,200
Michael Lane183,000141,900
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:16 PM Local Time
Sheinin Scores a Double

A player opened to 7,500 in early position and David Sheinin shoved for his last 38,000 from middle position. Action folded around to the player in the big blind, who re-raised to 75,000. The initial raiser folded and hands were revealed.

David Sheinin:   
Big blind:   

Sheinin had his opponent dominated, and the       runout secured his double up.

David Sheinin84,000-12,200
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:15 PM Local Time
Smith Scores a Double Up in the Blinds

The action folded around to Ryan Smith who raised it up from the small blind. Eric Pfenning called from the big blind and they went heads-up to a flop of    . Smith led out for 10,000 and Pfenning raised to 34,000 which Smith called.

The turn brought the   and Smith jammed all in for his last 41,000. Pfenning asked for a count and then made the call to put Smith at risk. Smith rolled over    for top pair and flush draw. Pfenning showed    for a straight and flush draw.

The river was the   which changed nothing and Smith held on for a full double up.

Eric Pfenning347,00057,900
Ryan Smith (CAN)185,00094,500
Thursday, November 11, 2021 3:14 PM Local Time
Bad Runout for Outhred

Alex Outhred

Alex Outhred opened to 7,000 and called when Joshua Suyat three-bet to 21,000.

Suyat bet 14,000 on the flop reading     and called a raise to 89,000 from Outhred. Outhred led out with a bet of 80,000 on the  turn and his opponent called.

Outhred slowed down and checked on the   river. Suyat moved all-in for just under 200,000 and Outhred entered the tank.

"I just need 60 seconds," Outhred said a few minutes into the tank. "I'm not going to take 10 minutes."

Outhred eventually folded and told PokerNews he had flopped a straight.

Joshua Suyat670,000336,600
Alex Outhred330,000-230,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander