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

Sunday, November 21, 2021 to Sunday, November 21, 2021

Event #86: Super Turbo No-Limit Hold'em

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  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: $912,250
  • Entries: 1,025
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Sunday, November 21, 2021 10:31 PM Local Time
Gilbert Three-Bet Jams the Flop

On a flop of     and a healthy-sized pot already brewed, Diaz Gilbert's opponent checked to him before he put in a stack of blue and red for a total of 125,000. The opponent then said raise and pushed across a similar-looking stack. Gilbert wasted no time shoving all-in and his opponent snap-folded.

The floor was called over as the opponent only put in 140,000 and forced the player to put in additional chips to total 250,000. Gilbert showed the    for top pair before scooping the pot.

Diaz Gilbert1,240,000665,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 10:30 PM Local Time
Andrew Wilson Over 2 Million in Chips

Andrew Wilson,

All the chips went in the middle between Andrew Wilson, one of the chip leaders, and a player at risk for his tournament life.

Opponent:   
Andrew Wilson:   

The board ran out       giving Wilson an ace on the river and eliminating a player. Wilson now sits with over two million in chips and is one of the chip leaders.

Andrew Wilson2,200,0002,200,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 10:23 PM Local Time
Titov Doubles Through Lehmanski

Oleg Titov

A player raised in middle position and Maxi Lehmanski jammed next to act. Oleg Titov was on the button and moved all-in as well. The blinds and the original raiser got out of the way before Titov and Lehmanski tabled their hands.

Maxi Lehmanski:   
Oleg Titov:   

The flop came    , giving Lehmanski an open-ended straight draw but the   on the turn and the   on the river were no help as he doubled Titov up. Lehmanski was left with 25,000 after the hand and was seen going to the payout desk shortly after.

Oleg Titov1,340,0001,340,000
Maxi Lehmanski0-610,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 10:17 PM Local Time
Quads for Marc Lomeo

A player under the gun went all-in for his remaining stack of 220,000 and the action folded around to Marc Lomeo on the button who made the call to put his opponent at risk.

Opponent:   
Marc Lomeo:   

The board would run out       giving Lomeo quad queens and eliminating a player from the filed.

Marc Lomeo780,000780,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 10:11 PM Local Time
Double Elimination for Qu

Keyu Qu

Keyu Qu was seen scooping a massive pot both Jessica Vierling and Tommaso Briotti were standing up from the table.

Jessica Vierling:   
Tommaso Briotti:   
Keyu Qu:   

The board read       for Qu's pocket sixes to hold as he blasted past the 1,000,000 chip mark.

Keyu Qu1,480,0001,100,000
Jessica Vierling0-635,000
Tommaso Briotti0-510,000
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Sunday, November 21, 2021 9:58 PM Local Time
Kings Hold for O'Kearney

Dara O'Kearney

Dara O'Kearney raised under the gun to 50,000 and Ben Yu called before Arthur Conan ripped his entire 520,000 in the middle. O'Kearney had him covered slightly and jammed as well, forcing Yu to fold.

Arthur Conan:   
Dara O'Kearney:   

Conan had run into a monster and couldn't pull ahead on the       run out, sending him to the payout desk.

Dara O'Kearney1,200,0000
Ben Yu860,000-440,000
Arthur Conan0-570,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 9:56 PM Local Time
Assorted Chip Counts
Ben Yu1,300,000750,000
Michael McCauley1,200,000593,000
Dara O'Kearney1,200,000672,000
Neel Joshi800,000800,000
Bernard Chan775,000
Diaz Gilbert575,000575,000
Yuval Bronshtein550,000550,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 9:54 PM Local Time
Reagan Silber Elimates a Player

Reagan Silber went all-in for his remaining stack of 170,000 and was called by a player at risk for his tournament life.

Opponent:   
Reagan Silber:   

The board would run out       which would be no help to the player at risk and he would be eliminated.

Reagan Silber340,000180,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 9:44 PM Local Time
Arieh Sends One to the Payout Desk

Josh Arieh

The chips went in the middle before the flop and Josh Arieh had his opponent at risk for close to 100,000 in chips.

Opponent:   
Josh Arieh:   

The flop came    , changing nothing. The   was the turn, giving his opponent some life with a flush draw to go along with his live card but the   river wasn't what he was looking for as Arieh out-kicked his pair of aces.

Josh Arieh700,000487,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 8:22 PM Local Time
Dinner Break

Players are now on a 75-minute dinner break. Players will return at approximately 9:35 p.m. The yellow 1,000 chips will also be colored up.

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Sunday, November 21, 2021 8:17 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Jessica Vierling635,000171,000
Arthur Conan570,000120,000
Ben Yu550,000112,000
Tommaso Briotti510,0006,000
Shannon Shorr481,000194,000
Ruslan Rogozhyn320,000-52,000
David Lu276,000171,000
Josh Arieh213,000-177,000
Reagan Silber160,000-220,000
Lexy Gavin130,00068,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 8:17 PM Local Time
Keyu Qu Eliminates a Player

Keyu Qu

Anthony Spinella went all-in from under the gun for his remaining 148,000 which was about seven big blinds and it folded around to Keyu Qu who was sitting with about 11 big blinds and he made the call to put Spinella at risk.

Anthony Spinella:   
Keyu Qu:   

The board would run out       and the ace on the turn would give Qu a better hand to eliminate a player from the field. More importantly, Qu now sits with about 19 big blinds with 6 tables left in this turbo.

Keyu Qu380,000380,000
Anthony Spinella0-178,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 8:07 PM Local Time
Lehmanski Calls An All-In

Michael Acevedo shoved all-in from under the gun for about 120,000 and Maxi Lehmanski called, covering him.

Michael Acevedo:   
Maxi Lehmanski:   

The board ran out       and Lehmanski scored the knockout with two pair, eights and fours.

Maxi Lehmanski610,000
Michael Acevedo00
Sunday, November 21, 2021 8:05 PM Local Time
Mccauley Doubles; Simultaneously Eliminates Another

All of the chips went in the middle with the shortest stack being about 99,000 and Michael Mccauley at risk for 242,000 against a large stack.

Shortest Stack:   
Michael Mccauley:   
Large Stack:   

The board ran out       for Mccauley to win with the pair of aces queen-kicker, eliminating the short-stacked player and doubling up.

Michael McCauley607,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 7:50 PM Local Time
King on the River for Vierling

Jessica Vierling

The cutoff raised to 32,000 before Jessica Vierling shoved for 204,000 in the small blind. The big blind announced he was all-in for more and the cutoff snap-folded.

"Uh oh," Vierling said as the cards were about to be tabled.

Jessica Vierling:   
Big Blind:   

The flop came    , for the pocket jacks to still be in the lead. The   on the turn gave Vierling some extra outs though as she picked up a flush draw and the   on the river was a pair of kings to seal the double up.

Jessica Vierling464,000464,000
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Sunday, November 21, 2021 7:45 PM Local Time
Golubchik Scores A Knockout

Eugene Golubchik shoved all-in for about 95,000 from early position and Timo Kamphues called from behind for less putting his tournament life at risk.

Timo Kamphues:   
Eugene Golubchik:   

The board ran out       and Golubchik scored the knockout with two pair, tens and fours.

Eugene Golubchik205,000205,000
Timo Kamphues00
Sunday, November 21, 2021 7:36 PM Local Time
Briotti Doubles to Cross 500,000

The cutoff raised to 25,000 and Tommaso Briotti three-bet all-in from the small blind. The big blind folded and the cutoff asked for a count. After finding out it was 237,000 she sighed and called.

Tommaso Briotti:   
Cutoff:   

The flop came    , giving Britotti top pair of jacks and the   on the turn gave him two pair. The   completed the board and Briotti doubled through his opponent with a bigger two pair.

Tommaso Briotti504,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 7:30 PM Local Time
Patchen Triples-Up in a Three-Way Pot

Chad Patchen limped from under the gun and a player in middle position went all-in. It folded to the big blind who said "now would be a good time to wake up with aces or kings" looked down and said "all-in."

Patchen who originally limped went all-in for his remaining stack of 171,000 putting himself at risk from both opponents.

Chad Patchen:   
Big Blind:   
Middle Player:   

The board ran out       and Patchen tripled-up his stack and now sits with about 42 big blinds.

Chad Patchen513,000513,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 7:20 PM Local Time
Assorted Big Stacks
Julien Stropoli600,000
Aaron Kupin500,000
Arthur Conan450,000-34,000
Dara O'Kearney410,000-50,000
Josh Arieh390,000246,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 7:19 PM Local Time
Some Current Chip Counts
Ben Yu438,00058,000
Ruslan Rogozhyn372,000
Shannon Shorr287,000
Ryan Snyder272,000-48,000
Aleksandras Rusinovas184,000166,200
Anthony Spinella178,00067,000
Natalie Hof120,000-20,000
Ryan Leng108,0008,000
Lexy Gavin62,000-8,000
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