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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


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Sunday, November 21, 2021 5:04 PM Local Time
Borja Gross Eliminates a Player

Borja Gross

A player went all-in for his remaining stack of 20,000 or about six big blinds and was quickly called by Borja Gross to put him at risk for his tournament life.

Borja Gross:   

The board ran out       and Gross got an ace on the turn but didn't need it as he was ahead the whole time to eliminate his opponent from the field.

Borja Gross50,00021,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 4:34 PM Local Time
Break TIme

The players are on another 20-minute break.

Sunday, November 21, 2021 4:33 PM Local Time
Arieh Chips Up

Josh Arieh

A short-stacked player shoved all-in for about 9,000 and Josh Arieh called from behind covering him.

Short Stack:   
Josh Arieh:   

The board ran out       and Arieh scored the knockout with two pair, tens and sevens.

Josh Arieh144,000132,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 4:26 PM Local Time
Some Updated Chip Counts
Aladin Reskallah114,00099,200
Uri Reichenstein102,00039,400
Shaun Deeb78,600
Landon Tice62,60024,500
Michael Wang41,000
Joseph Cheong32,60022,000
Anthony Spinella28,500
Nick Yunis27,200-24,300
Georgios Sotiropoulos19,000-42,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 4:23 PM Local Time
Robbi Lew Eliminates a Player

Robbi Lew

Robbi Lew went all-in for her remaining stack of 20,000 which was around eight big blinds and it folded around to the big blind who made the call.

Robbi Lew:   

The board ran out       which was no help for Lew's opponent and he was eliminated.

Robbi Lew40,00040,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 4:21 PM Local Time
Another One for Karlins

Marvin Karlins raised to 6,000 in early position, Fabien Motte called in the cutoff, the button went all-in for 1,800 and the big blind called as well.

The dealer spread a flop of     and the big blind checked before Karlins fired in a bet of 30,000 and Motte and the big blind quickly folded.

Marvin Karlins:   

Karlins flopped top set and the board completed with the   on the turn and the   on the river.

Marvin Karlins90,00025,800
Fabien Motte52,00038,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 4:08 PM Local Time
Lech Eliminates a Player

Michael Lech

A player went all-in for his remaining 8,500 which was four blinds and it folded around to Michael Lech who made the call to put his opponent at risk.

Michael Lech:   

The board would run out       which was no help for Lech's opponent and he was eliminated.

Michael Lech55,00019,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 4:06 PM Local Time
Fragoso Sends Schwartz Out

Francisco Fragoso

The action folded around to Jake Schwartz on the button and he jammed for 15,000. The small blind folded and as soon as Fragoso looked at his cards he put in the chips to call.

Jake Schwartz:   
Francisco Fragoso:   

Schwartz couldn't find a deuce as the board ran out      .

Francisco Fragoso60,50010,500
Jake Schwartz0
Sunday, November 21, 2021 3:58 PM Local Time
Hellmuth Goes All-In With Royal Flush Draw

Phil Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth raised to 4,400 from middle position, late position and both the blinds called to a flop of    .

It checked around to Hellmuth who bet 2,600 and only the late position called to the turn of  .

Hellmuth checked and late position shoved all-in. Hellmuth announced, "I have a royal flush draw" then flicked in the call, covering the small blind.

Small Blind:   
Phil Hellmuth:   

The river was the   and Hellmuth raked in the pot with ace-high.

Phil Hellmuth57,00024,800
Sunday, November 21, 2021 3:53 PM Local Time
Two in a Row for Karlins

Marvin Karlins

Marvin Karlins raised the hijack to 5,000 and Fabien Motte called on the button.

When the dealer put out the flop of    , Karlins let out a big "Ooooooh," before firing in a bet of 10,100 and Motte snap-folded. Karlins showed the   for top pair.

The following hand was folded to Karlins in middle position and he ripped his entire stack of 60,200 in the middle and while the player on his left was thinking he said, "Make this bet, you'll have some regret." Eventually, the other player folded and he showed   .

Marvin Karlins64,20044,700
Fabien Motte14,00014,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 3:48 PM Local Time
Ori Hasson with 100K in Chips

Ori Hasson

The hand was picked up when Ori Hasson and a player had all the chips in the middle all-in with Hasson's opponent at risk.

Ori Hasson:   

The board ran out       which was no help to Hasson's opponent and he was eliminated.

Ori Hasson100,00067,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 3:37 PM Local Time
Current Chip Counts Around the Room
Jamie Nixon74,500
Daniel Rezaei68,10068,100
Uri Reichenstein62,600
Georgios Sotiropoulos61,00041,000
Nick Yunis51,500
Valentino Konakchiev45,50045,500
Jun Obara40,100
Landon Tice38,100-26,900
Mitsuru Sano26,100-8,900
Bertrand Grospellier22,200
Anatolii Zyrin20,000-4,000
Marvin Karlins19,500-7,500
Allen Kessler19,000-800
Lexy Gavin18,800-28,200
Sylvain Naets18,500
Aleksandras Rusinovas17,800-14,200
Joseph Cheong10,600-23,400
Mike Shin0-26,300
Sunday, November 21, 2021 3:24 PM Local Time
The Muck: Norman Chad & Haralabos Voulgaris Debate Poker Broadcasts
The Muck
The Muck

Norman Chad, along with Lon McEachern, has commentated on the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event for ESPN, and now CBS Sports Network, since 2003.

After the conclusion of the 2021 WSOP Main Event in which Koray Aldemir won the title and $8 million top prize, Haralabos Voulgaris, and a few other high rollers on the always polarizing poker Twitter, suggested maybe it's time to make a change in the broadcast booth.

Learn more in the latest The Muck on PokerNews!

Sunday, November 21, 2021 3:19 PM Local Time
Queens for Kelly

Phil Hellmuth raised the button to 2,600 and the small blind jammed for about 24,200. Steve Kelly was in the big blind and shoved his stack of around 33,000 in the middle as well, pushing Hellmuth out of the pot.

Small Blind:   
Steve Kelly:   

Kelly had his opponent dominated and the board ran out       for his pocket queens to hold.

Steven Kelly64,200
Phil Hellmuth32,200-3,800
Sunday, November 21, 2021 3:18 PM Local Time
Hellmuth Secures The Pot

Phil Hellmuth

A player under the gun shoved all-in for about 9,000. Pat Lyons re-shoved over the top for about 39,000 then Phil Hellmuth went all-in for about 11,000 and all three players' hole cards were flipped up.

Under The Gun:   
Phil Hellmuth:   
Pat Lyons:   

The board ran out       and Hellmuth secured the pot with a set of tens.

Phil Hellmuth36,00017,000
Pat Lyons21,000-11,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 3:01 PM Local Time
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Sunday, November 21, 2021 2:59 PM Local Time
Mather Crosses 100,000

Robert Mather

Both hands were already shown and Mather scooped a monster pot as he busted his opponent for over 20,000. The board read       and Mather was had the    for a set on the flop and his opponent's hand was    for top pair top kicker.

Robert Mather122,30077,300
Sunday, November 21, 2021 2:54 PM Local Time
Live at the Bike's Francisco Fragoso Scoops a Nice Pot

Francisco Pragoso

Live at the Bike high stakes poker player Francisco Pragoso was involved in a hand with the board reading      .

The pot was already over 10,000 in chips and a player bet 5,000 into Pragoso who was the only other player in the pot.

Fragoso raised it to 10,000 and his opponent briefly tanked before making the call.

Fragoso showed    for the two-pair and his opponent exposed    thinking it was good before he realized Fragoso had two-pair and he mucked.

Francisco Fragoso50,0005,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 2:53 PM Local Time
Assorted Chip Counts
Michael Lech36,000
Pat Lyons32,000-12,200
Felipe Ramos30,000
Rainer Kempe20,000
Fedor Holz18,000
Josh Arieh12,000
Sunday, November 21, 2021 2:45 PM Local Time
Wheeler Gets the Full Double

Jason Wheeler

Jason Wheeler raised to 1,800 from the button and only the small blind called.

The flop came     and the small blind check-called a bet of 1,800 and continued to check-call another bet of 3,500 on the   turn.

The   landed on the river and the small blind took the lead, putting in a bet of 6,500 and Wheeler jammed for 13,500. After tanking for about thirty seconds the small blind made the call and Wheeler tabled    for a straight on the flop and his opponent tossed his hand into the muck.

Jason Wheeler42,80024,800