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

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 to Saturday, November 20, 2021

Event #80: 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

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  • Buy-in: $3,000
  • Prizepool: $1,324,320
  • Entries: 496
  • Remaining: 0


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Wednesday, November 17, 2021 8:06 PM Local Time
Some More Chip Counts
Jason Stockfish152,30093,700
Chino Rheem137,60070,200
Pallas Aidinian101,20047,500
Ian O'Hara89,90089,900
Ayaz Mahmood66,70023,200
Esther Taylor66,400-11,200
George Wolff55,600-2,000
Jonathan Little51,200-15,500
Dylan Linde47,50047,500
Cord Garcia44,30044,300
Joao Simao36,700-18,700
Alex Rocha24,300-29,100
Charles Wilt23,400-74,600
Giorgiy Skhulukhiya22,100-17,900
Jeremy Ausmus22,100-200
Anton Wigg18,800-54,400
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 7:53 PM Local Time
Liedtke Shows the Nut Straight

Mark Liedtke raised to 2,500 from the button and both the blinds called bringing action three-ways to the     flop.

Action was checked around to the   turn where the small blind led out for 4,200 and only Liedtke called to see the   complete the board on the river.

The small blind fired out 6,700, Liedtke quickly called and rolled over      to win the pot with the jack-high straight.

Mark Liedtke71,2006,900
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 7:42 PM Local Time
Some Counts from After Break
Dominique Mosley142,30096,700
John Beauprez103,400-900
David Prociak93,20026,900
Vincent Moscati82,10043,900
Ashly Butler64,500-25,200
Jordan Spurlin61,20010,800
Rich Alsup49,800-22,500
Anthony Zinno44,300-2,200
Matt Stout31,200100
Phil Laak23,4001,100
Jeff Gross22,200-17,600
Chance Kornuth0-43,200
Tommy Le0-27,000
Garrett Greer0-46,500
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 7:16 PM Local Time
Break Time

PLO players are on their second 15-minute break of the evening.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 7:10 PM Local Time
Hester Fires Away

Jacco Hester raised to 1,400 from the hijack and action folded to Michael Hudson who defended his big blind.

The     flop was checked by both players to the   turn. Hudson check-called the 1,200 bet from Hester and the   completed the board on the river.

Hudson checked his option once again and Hester tossed out 2,500. Hudson thought for a few moments and then released his hand giving the pot to Hester.

Michael Hudson56,70015,500
Jacco Hester55,400
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 6:54 PM Local Time
Morse Shows the Full House

There were three players that saw a     flop and action was checked around to the   turn.

Watson checked his option from the small blind to Dylan Weisman who fired out 3,200 into a 4,600 pot from under the gun.

James Morse called from the button and Watson came along as well to see the   complete the board on the river.

Action was checked to Morse who fired out 5,700 and only Watson called. Morse quickly rolled over      to win the pot with queens full.

MIke Watson124,500-13,100
James Morse47,600
Dylan Weisman24,300-5,400
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 6:52 PM Local Time
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Wednesday, November 17, 2021 6:39 PM Local Time
Katyayan Can't Crack Watson's Ladies

Mike Watson

Amit Katyayan raised to 1,400 from under the gun and found three callers before Mike Watson three-bet to 8,400 from the big blind.

Action was back on Katyayan who four-bet all in for roughly 16,000 and only Watson called.

Amit Katyayan:     
Mike Watson:     

Watson held the better made hand but the     flop gave Katyayan more outs with a gutshot straight draw.

Unfortunately for Katyayan, the board double paired after the   turn and   river, ending his tournament.

MIke Watson137,60050,000
Amit Katyayan0
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 6:25 PM Local Time
A Round of Chip Counts
John Beauprez104,300-4,400
MIke Watson87,600-14,700
Esther Taylor77,60044,600
Rich Alsup72,30041,300
Chino Rheem67,40024,400
Jonathan Little66,70011,300
David Prociak66,3004,000
Jason Stockfish58,60024,600
George Wolff57,60019,600
Joao Simao55,400-32,100
Pallas Aidinian53,70015,700
Garrett Greer46,5008,500
Anthony Zinno46,50046,500
Ayaz Mahmood43,5005,500
Giorgiy Skhulukhiya40,00022,000
Dylan Weisman29,700-19,300
Adam Hendrix27,60027,600
Mitch Schock0-58,600
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 6:06 PM Local Time
Mosley Takes from Laak

Phil Laak

Phil Laak raised to 1,300 from the hijack only to call the 4,500 three-bet Dominique Mosley tossed out from the cutoff.

The flop came     and Laak checked his option to Mosley who continued for 3,500. The bet was good enough as Laak released his hand and Mosley raked in the pot.

Dominique Mosley45,600
Phil Laak22,300-28,900
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 6:00 PM Local Time
Liedtke's Shows Double Two Pair

Mark Liedtke

Mark Liedtke raised to 1,200 from the hijack and found two callers that brought action three-ways to the     flop.

Action was checked to the cutoff who fired out 400 and only Liedtke check-called.

Both players checked the   turn and   river to showdown.

Liedtke rolled over      and won the pot after his opponent mucked their hand.

Mark Liedtke64,30027,300
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:52 PM Local Time
Master of Ceremonies Vince Vaughn Suffers Bad Beat in His First WSOP Tournament
Vince Vaughn
Vince Vaughn

Hollywood actor Vince Vaughn, the star of Swingers, Old School, Wedding Crashers, and Dodgeball, was recently announced as the "Master of Ceremonies" for the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP).

Yesterday, he gave the traditional "shuffle up and deal" announcement at the final table of the WSOP Main Event, and on Wednesday he returned for several other promotional endeavors. Once finished, he took the opportunity to enter his first-ever WSOP gold bracelet tournament, Event #79: $1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Bounty where every Poker Hall of Famer had a bounty on their head.

While not a member of the PHoF, Vaughn, too, had a target on his back as Jack Effel revealed the WSOP was putting a $10,000 bounty on the actor, much to the delight of players sat with him at Table 2 in the Brasilia Room.

How did he do? Find out here!

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:51 PM Local Time
Rocha Scoops on the Turn

Alex Rocha raised to 1,000 from the cutoff and the small blind called.

The     flop was checked by both players to the   turn where Rocha took down the pot with an uncontested 3,200 bet.

Alex Rocha53,40013,400
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:43 PM Local Time
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Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:30 PM Local Time
Chip Counts from After Break
John Beauprez108,700108,700
MIke Watson102,30024,300
Ashly Butler89,70089,700
Joao Simao87,50018,500
Nacho Barbero83,40043,400
Anton Wigg73,20021,200
David Prociak62,30014,300
Mitch Schock58,60020,600
Jonathan Little55,40016,400
Phil Laak51,2004,200
Jordan Spurlin50,40012,400
Chance Kornuth43,20025,200
Michael Hudson41,2002,200
David Coleman40,00040,000
Jeff Gross39,80039,800
Vincent Moscati38,2005,200
Scott Ball36,700-8,300
Matt Stout31,100-14,900
Jeremy Ausmus22,300-16,700
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 5:01 PM Local Time
Take 15

PLO players are on their first 15-minute break of the day.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:57 PM Local Time
Williams Cooked by Quads Then Rebuys

David Williams

There were three players that saw a     flop and action was checked to David Williams who fired out a pot-sized 3,000 bet from the cutoff.

Action was on Jeffrey Brunelle who raised to 10,000 from the button and Williams three-bet jammed after the big blindfolded.

Brunelle called and the two players tabled their hands.

David Williams:     
Jeffrey Brunelle:     

Williams was way behind needing to complete his open-ended straight draw after Brunelle flopped top set but the   turn was no help.

Williams needed a jack or six on the river to stay alive but instead, it came the  , improving Brunelle to quads and he reentered the tournament shortly after.

Jeffrey Brunelle80,00080,000
David Williams40,0002,000
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:47 PM Local Time
Another Round of Chip Counts
Charles Wilt98,00098,000
Anton Wigg52,00012,000
Dylan Weisman49,0009,000
Chino Rheem43,0003,000
Jonathan Little39,00039,000
Michael Hudson39,00039,000
Ryan Smith39,00039,000
Ayaz Mahmood38,00038,000
Mitch Schock38,00038,000
Pallas Aidinian38,00038,000
Matthew McEwan38,00038,000
Jordan Spurlin38,00038,000
Andrew Donabedian37,00037,000
Esther Taylor33,00033,000
Chance Kornuth18,00018,000
Craig Varnell0-40,000
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:47 PM Local Time
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Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:36 PM Local Time
Rocha Chops with Aces

Alex Rocha

A series of preflop raises saw Alex Rocha get his 40,000 starting stack in the middle and was called ny the button.

Alex Rocha:     

Both players held a made hand of aces but the     flop gave Rocha the nut flush draw.

Unfortunately for Rocha, he wasn't able co complete his flush as the   turn followed by the   river completed the board and the two players took back their chips.

Alex Rocha40,000