Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:52 PM Local Time
Bujtas Tilts Hellmuth Again
Laszlo Bujtas, Phil Hellmuth, and Shaun Deeb went to a flop of . Hellmuth and Deeb checked from the blinds and Bujtas bet 275,000. Only Hellmuth called.
Hellmuth checked dark as the fell on the turn. Bujtas announced a bet of 975,000.
"Oh Phil, just be patient. He's going to give you all his money," Hellmuth said, getting up from his chair before folding his cards.
Earlier, Jared Bleznick was reminiscing about his battles with Bujtas online and claimed no one has bluffed more than Bujtas. "You're going to win this tournament because I said that," Bleznick said.
|Laszlo Bujtas||4,400,000||200,000 |
|Phil Hellmuth||1,200,000||-500,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:48 PM Local Time
Wantman Eliminated Near Money Bubble
Matthew Wantman went all-in preflop and was called by Alex Aleksandrovski.
The board ran out and Wantman was eliminated two players off of the money when Aleksandrovski made a flush.
|Alex Aleksandrovski||4,100,000||2,300,000 |
|Matthew Wantman||0||-800,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:40 PM Local Time
Hellmuth Spars With Lamb
Phil Hellmuth opened on the button and Ben Lamb defended out of the big blind.
"Oh, man. I got called by a good player. And he just saw me fold top set. F***," Hellmuth said before the flop came down.
Lamb checked on the flop and Hellmuth checked back. Lamb checked again on the turn and Hellmuth bet 90,000. Lamb check-raised to 300,000 and Hellmuth squirmed around in his seat before folding.
"Ben, I will just say this: If you get it all-in dead against me later, I won't say a word," said Hellmuth.
"What's the f***ing live line on that?" Lamb laughed.
|Ben Lamb||1,900,000||300,000 |
|Phil Hellmuth||1,700,000||-300,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:30 PM Local Time
Bujtas Puts Hellmuth to the Test
Daniel Negreanu and Laszlo Bujtas limped in before Phil Hellmuth called from the small blind and Shaun Deeb checked his option. All four players checked the flop.
Hellmuth led out for 200,000 on the turn and only Bujtas called. The river came the and Hellmuth checked over to Bujtas, who bet 600,000.
Bleznick took out his phone and started live-streaming the hand, calling Bujtas, aka "omaha4rollz," the best Omaha player in the world before the rest of the table told him to stop during such a big pot.
"Why would you give your money to me," Hellmuth wondered as the shot clock wound down.
"You're going to give me all your money drawing dead," he continued as he folded pocket eights for top set. Bujtas showed the and collected the pot to add to his chip lead.
|Laszlo Bujtas||4,200,000||500,000 |
|Phil Hellmuth||2,000,000||-300,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:20 PM Local Time
Full Updated Chip Counts
|Laszlo Bujtas||3,700,000||-200,000 |
|Jared Bleznick||2,700,000||200,000 |
|Daniel Negreanu||2,400,000||380,000 |
|Phil Hellmuth||2,300,000||1,740,000 |
|Scott Seiver||2,000,000||200,000 |
|Alexander Petersen||1,800,000||-100,000 |
|Veselin Karakitukov||1,700,000||200,000 |
|Jeremy Ausmus||1,600,000||100,000 |
|Ben Lamb||1,600,000||-200,000 |
|Shaun Deeb||1,200,000||-300,000 |
|Matthew Wantman||800,000||200,000 |
|Gavin Cochrane||700,000||-500,000 |
|Henrik Hecklen||700,000||-500,000 |
|Dan Cates||650,000||-150,000 |
|Josh Arieh||620,000||320,000 |
|Jonas Kronwitter||0||-750,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:19 PM Local Time
Two Table Redraw
| ||TABLE||SEAT||PLAYER||CHIP COUNT|
| ||414||1||Gavin Cochrane||700,000|
| ||414||2||Daniel Negreanu||2,400,000|
| ||414||3||Jared Bleznick||2,700,000|
| ||414||4||Jeremy Ausmus||1,600,000|
| ||414||5||Laszlo Bujtas||3,700,000|
| ||414||6||Phil Hellmuth||2,300,000|
| ||414||7||Shaun Deeb||1,200,000|
| ||414||8||Ben Lamb||1,600,000|
| || || || || |
| ||421||1||Veselin Karakitukov||1,700,000|
| ||421||2||Dan Cates||650,000|
| ||421||3||Matthew Wantman||800,000|
| ||421||4||Jonas Kronwitter||750,000|
| ||421||5||Alexander Petersen||1,800,000|
| ||421||6||Henrik Hecklen||700,000|
| ||421||7||Scott Seiver||2,000,000|
| ||421||8||Josh Arieh||620,000|
Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:08 PM Local Time
Hellmuth Takes Out Garza, Down to Two Tables
Phil Hellmuth raised from the button to 100,000 before Ap Garza potted to 340,000. Hellmuth re-potted and Garza called all in for less.
Garza picked up a flush draw on the turn on a board of , but the river bricked out and Hellmuth picked up the knockout.
"I was scared for a bit there," Hellmuth said.
|Phil Hellmuth||2,300,000||1,740,000 |
|AP Garza||0||-1,150,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:06 PM Local Time
PN Podcast: Interviews w/ WSOP Main Event Champ Koray Aldemir, Vince Vaughn & Eli Elezra
On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Sarah Herring, Jeff Platt and Chad Holloway come to you from the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP)!
They recap the 2021 WSOP $10,000 Main Event, which was won by Koray Aldemir, and highlight other recent bracelet winners including Brian Hastings, Chad Himmelspach, and David Moses.
They also offer an interview with actor and new WSOP Master of Ceremonies Vince Vaughn, as well as one with new Poker Hall of Fame inductee Eli Elezra. Also, hear the crew discuss rumors concerning the WSOP's upcoming move to the Las Vegas Strip and what the future may hold for the aforementioned Poker Hall of Fame.
Click here to listen to the new PN Podcast!
Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:02 PM Local Time
Cates Cracks Deeb's Aces
Dan Cates limped in preflop before Shaun Deeb raised to 135,000. Cates called and the flop came .
Cates potted for his last 265,000 and Deeb snap-called. "I started with a good hand," Deeb said as he showed . Cates had for a pair of jacks.
The on the turn improved Cates to two pair and he stayed alive when the river came the .
|Shaun Deeb||1,500,000||150,000 |
|Dan Cates||800,000||100,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 5:00 PM Local Time
Hendrix Eliminated by Bujtas
Adam Hendrix had just doubled when he got all of his chips in the middle once again, this time in a hand against chip leader Laszlo Bujtas on a board of
Hendrix had kings while Bujtas had plenty of equity with a pair and wrap draw. The on the turn didn't change things but the on the river gave Bujtas the straight to bust Hendrix.
"This guy hasn't seen a flop he doesn't fall in love with," remarked table mate Jared Bleznick.
|Laszlo Bujtas||3,900,000||900,000 |
|Adam Hendrix||0||-600,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:56 PM Local Time
Arieh Thinks Long, Thinks Wrong
Josh Arieh and Alexander Petersen went heads-up to the river on a board of . Petersen had a bet of 505,000 in front of him, which represented a significant portion of Arieh's remaining stack, and Arieh was in the tank.
Arieh used two time bank chips and went past a minute before calling. "Nuts," Petersen said as he delivered Arieh the bad news, turning over for the rivered flush.
|Alexander Petersen||1,900,000||800,000 |
|Josh Arieh||300,000||-600,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:47 PM Local Time
Negreanu Checks It Down and Wins, Moves Past Two Million
Daniel Negreanu was in the small blind and facing a bet of 60,000 from Alexander Petersen on a flop of . Negreanu called to see the turn and checked again.
Petersen checked behind and the fell on the river. Both players checked yet again.
"Ace-queen," Negreanu announced, turning over . Petersen mucked his hand as Negreanu raked in a pot that put him above the 2,000,000 chip mark.
|Daniel Negreanu||2,020,000||620,000 |
|Alexander Petersen||1,100,000||-300,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:46 PM Local Time
Hendrix Spikes a Set to Stay Alive
Henrik Hecklen limped in from middle position and Adam Hendrix raised in the big blind. Hecklen then announced a pot-sized raise and Hendrix moved all-in with around 275,000.
Hendrix's queens were dominated by the kings Hecklen, though Hendrix picked up outs when he paired his eight on the flop.
Hendrix pushed his six toward the board in an effort to summon a six, but it didn't come on the turn. However, the river brought the to improve Hendrix to a set and he doubled up to stay alive.
|Henrik Hecklen||1,200,000||-300,000 |
|Adam Hendrix||600,000||350,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:39 PM Local Time
Ausmus' Kings Are Good
Heads-up on the turn with the board showing , Jeremy Ausmus checked over to Alexander Petersen who bet 225,000. Ausmus' 30-second clock almost ran out before he put in the chips to call.
The river came the and Ausmus checked again. This time Petersen checked behind, and Ausmus showed for a pair of kings. Petersen mucked his hand.
|Jeremy Ausmus||1,500,000||50,000 |
|Alexander Petersen||1,400,000||-600,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:34 PM Local Time
Lau Eliminated by Hecklen
Ka Kwan Lau was in a three-way limped pot on a board of .
Lau bet 120,000 and the big blind folded, while Henrik Hecklen raised the pot to Lau all-in. Lau called it off.
Ka Kwan Lau:
Lau had a wrap draw while Hecklen had top pair and a flush draw. The board ran out and Hecklen won the pot with aces and tens, eliminating Lau in the process.
|Henrik Hecklen||1,500,000||300,000 |
|Ka Kwan Lau||0||-800,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:26 PM Local Time
Bujtas Bombs the River
A big pot had already developed by the turn on a board of between Laszlo Bujtas and Adam Hendrix. Both players checked to see the on the river.
Hendrix checked again before Bujtas put out a bet of 455,000. Hendrix took some time before calling and Bujtas showed him for a full house, threes over eights.
|Laszlo Bujtas||3,000,000||800,000 |
|Adam Hendrix||250,000||-450,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:16 PM Local Time
2021 WSOP Streaming Exclusively on PokerGO
The 2021 World Series of Poker is in full swing, and PokerGO is live streaming many of the events.
PokerGO has partnered with CBS Sports Network to provide WSOP coverage with the likes of Lon McEachern, Norman Chad, and Jamie Kerstetter returning to the WSOP broadcast booth this year, along with PokerNews Podcast co-host Jeff Platt from time to time.
CBS Sports Network will televise 16 pre-produced and edited episodes of the 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event, after striking a multi-year deal earlier this year. This deal sees coverage of the WSOP Main Event return to its original broadcast partner after featuring on CBS Sports Spectacular in the mid-1970s.
All 16 episodes will be televised following the conclusion of the tournament.
PokerGO will provide live streaming duties of the World Championship event starting on Day 1A (November 4) until the end on November 17, except Day 1B (November 5).
Away from the Main Event, there will be additional coverage of more than two dozen tournaments thru November 23, 2021. They include the $50,000 Poker Players Championship and the $250,000 Super High Roller.
Here's a look at the remaining PokerGO live-stream schedule:
*Dates, times, and specific events of this schedule are subject to change.
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Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:14 PM Local Time
Cates Gets Face Pressed As He Presses Hendrix to Fold
Right before the break, Dan Cates was in a three-way pot against Shaun Deeb and Adam Hendrix on a flop of .
Cates stared at the board stoically as a masseuse rubbed his forehead, temples and cheek bones before throwing out a bet of 25,000. Deeb folded and Hendrix called.
Cates checked on the turn and Hendrix checked back. Cates, still getting his face handled by the masseuse, took a few seconds before betting 125,000. Hendrix folded.
|Shaun Deeb||1,350,000||-50,000 |
|Dan Cates||700,000||90,000 |
|Adam Hendrix||700,000||180,000 |
Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:03 PM Local Time
The 20 remaining players are on their first 15-minute break of the day. Play should resume around 4:15 p.m. PST.
Saturday, November 20, 2021 4:03 PM Local Time
Kornuth Eliminated by Lamb
Ben Lamb opened to 85,000 in late position and Chance Kornuth called from the big blind with about the same amount behind.
"Are you on a draw? Chance!" Lamb said heading to the flop.
Kornuth moved all-in on the flop and Lamb quickly called.
Lamb had the better kicker and maintained the best hand as the board ran out . Kornuth hit the rail and gifted Lamb with a full bottle of sparkling water before leaving.
|Ben Lamb||1,800,000||100,000 |
|Chance Kornuth||0||-215,000 |