WSOP 2021: Ryan Leng Leads $50K Poker Players Championship Final Ten, Two Far more Bracelets Won

WSOP 2021: Ryan Leng Leads $50K Poker Players Championship Final Ten, Two A lot more Bracelets Won

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Who will win one particular of the most coveted bracelet event titles of them all, the $50,000 Poker Players Championship title?

The newest day of poker action has concluded at the property of the Globe Series of Poker, the Rio Hotel &amp Casino in Las Vegas. With two more bracelets won, there was also a pivotal day at the felt in the prestigious Poker Players Championship as Ryan Leng ended the third day on leading of the leaderboard.

Leng Leads from Arieh and Cates as 10 Remain in PPC Bracelet Hunt

The third day of action in the $50,000-entry Poker Players Championship saw the remaining 35 players play down to just ten who will return tomorrow to battle for the WSOP bracelet they all want to win and $954,020 up best.

Leader of the pack with one particular day to close it out is Ryan Leng, who totalled 4.five million chips by the close of play, but Leng will not have it straightforward with some of the greatest players in the globe hot on his heels. Josh Arieh is closing to taking the lead from Leng, with each men possessing won gold already this Autumn at the Rio. Arieh has more than 3 million chips, and both he and Daniel ‘Jungleman’ Cates (2.three million) will harbor hopes of overtaking Leng just before they attain the line.

Elsewhere, a rollercoaster day for Daniel Negreanu ended with ‘Kid Poker’ surviving a brutal undesirable beat with Chris Brewer’s pocket eights receiving there against the Canadian’s pocket aces when all the chips had been in the middle pre-flop. Negreanu got via the money bubble and eventually ran his stack up to 700,000 by close of play.

Other folks could not make it, and all of Adam Friedman, Alex Livingston, and Chris Vitch busted outdoors the money despite beginning the day in the best 20% of the field. Other folks discovered the very same fate, with Anthony Zinno, the present WSOP Player of the Year, busted before the income too, but some superstars of the game survived to fight one more day. Eli Elezra (1,880,000) continued his great kind this series, while Nick Schulman (1,280,000) and Day two chip leader Paul Volpe (900,000) will have designs on one particular of the most coveted bracelets of them all, and of course, getting their name on the Chip Reese Trophy.

WSOP 2021 Occasion #60 $50,000 Poker Players Championship Final 10 Chipcounts:

  1. Ryan Leng – 4,500,000
  2. Josh Arieh – three,025,000
  3. Dan Cates – two,310,000
  4. Chris Brewer – 2,025,000
  5. Eli Elezra – 1,880,000
  6. Matt Glantz – 1,575,000
  7. Nick Schulman – 1,280,000
  8. Paul Volpe – 900,000
  9. Daniel Negreanu – 780,000
  10. Mike Wattel – 670,000

Jean-Luc Adam Wins Super Seniors For Initial Bracelet

The $1,000-entry Super Seniors event reached a conclusion with Frenchman Jean-Luc Adam earning his very first-ever WSOP bracelet and the prime prize of $255,623. With nine producing the final table, Adam led from the begin of that finale as overnight leader David Slaughter bust in 10th location for $18,837.

Out in ninth spot, just a handful of minutes following the final table began, was Gary Pagel, who earned $23,762 when his shove with 4s4h ran into Eugene Solomon’s Ah9h. An ace on the flop doomed Pagel and he was followed from the room just a couple of minutes later by Reginald Powell. Powell cashed for $30,269 when his AhKc couldn’t come back against Alex Katsman’s JsJc, as the board gave the latter a flush on AsQs5sKsQc.

Girish Apte departed in seventh location for $38,932 when his AdJc ran into Bill Stabler’s AhKh, with a queen-high board no aid at all. Not long afterwards, Joseph Richards joined him, as his 7d7s couldn’t get anyplace against the eventual winner Adam, whose QcQh held to send Richards home with $50,559.

Katsman went in fifth for $66,284 soon after his pocket eights couldn’t hold against Solomon’s Ah9h, a flush on the river condemning Katsman to the exit door. He only lasted a couple of hands significantly less than Bill Stabler, who won $87,722 when his shove with Ac3c ran into Adam’s Ah7h and lost to a flush on the turn.

3-handed, Scott Sukstorf was short and his laddering ended when his shove when quick with Ah8s ran into Adam’s KcKh. A nine-higher board sent Sukstorf property and gave Adam the lead into heads-up, with the Frenchman having 24 million to S0lomon’s 13 million. It was quickly all over, Solomon moving all-in on a board displaying Jh7c5s4s with Th9h and Adam calling with Js7h. Solomon’s bluff nonetheless had a likelihood to catch an eight for a straight, but the Ac river gave his opponent the properly-earned title of WSOP champion.

WSOP 2021 Event #58 $1,000 Super Seniors Event Final Table Results:

  1. Jean-Luc Adam – $255,623
  2. Eugene Solomon – $157,986
  3. Scott Sukstorf – $117,181
  4. Bill Stabler – $87,722
  5. Alex Katsman – $66,284
  6. Joseph Richards – $50,559
  7. Girish Apte – $38,932
  8. Reginald Powell – $30,269
  9. Gary Pagel – $23,762

Tag Team Crowns Winners

In Occasion #59, the $1,000-entry Tag Group event, Mike Ruter and Samy Dighlawi won through following an intense 3-hour heads-up battle saw the pip Tomer Wolf and David Landell to the crown and $113,366 top prize.

Yet another group to star on the final day were Amanda Botfeld and her father David, who reached third place for a score of $49,512. In an emotional post on social media before the final, the younger of the pair thanked the elder statesman of the duo for their support and guidance.

WSOP 2021 Occasion #59 $1,000 Tag Group Occasion Final Table Outcomes:

  1. Mike Ruter &amp Samy Dighlawi – $113,366
  2. Tomer Wolf &amp David Landell – $70,074
  3. Amanda Botfeld &amp David Botfeld – $49,512
  4. Michael Newman &amp Robert Ormont – $35,542
  5. Alfie Adam &amp Vidur Sethi – $25,928
  6. Benjamin Miner &amp Dmitriy Uskach – $19,226
  7. Holly Babbitt &amp Michael Babbitt – $14,494
  8. Zachary Erdwurm &amp Steven Jones – $11,114
  9. Scott Johnston &amp Bob Fisher – $8,670

$600 Deepstack Down To 40

In Event #61, the $600-entry Deepstack, Perry Ernest proved strongest as he survived a busy Day two with the chip lead, holding 10.five million by the time chis went into bags at the finish of the evening. With Sai Ruston (7,150,000) and Marc Rangel (six,800,000) in closest pursuit, the total field of three,916 entrants is now down to just 40 payers, with only Barry Shulman (two,425,000) and Mark Seif (950,000) getting won WSOP gold before.

Players to bust on the day integrated Brandon Sheils, Philippe Souki, Philip Tom, and Kenny Hsiung, as nicely as Brett Apter and Day 1 chip leader Robert Hankins.

WSOP 2021 Event #61 $600 Deepstack Championship Prime 10 Chipcounts:

  1. Perry Ernest – 10,500,000
  2. Sami Ruston – 7,150,000
  3. Marc Rangel – 6,800,000
  4. Richard Dixon – 6,430,000
  5. Edgardo Rosario – five,859,000
  6. Jean Francois Alexandre – five,480,000
  7. Nicolas De Bari – 5,one hundred,000
  8. Ronald Slucker – 5,030,000
  9. Fernando Viana Da Costa – 5,000,000
  10. Rubin Chappell – 4,400,000

Just 13 Left In $1,5000 PLO eight

In Event #62, the $1,500-entry PLO8 tournament, Matthew Kaplan topped the leaderboard with three.1 million chips on a day exactly where every thing changed for the former chip leader. Day 1 ended with Japanese player Tsugunari Toma sitting on 1 of the most significant leads anyone has built in the course of this Planet Series of Poker. Toma, nonetheless, crashed and burned as Kaplan went in the opposite path, barely lasting half the day as others such as Kevin Gerhart (two.9 million) and Dustin Dirksen (2.four million) each thrived.

Other folks to make the leading 10 chip counts integrated Sterling Lopez (1,350,000) and Michael Trivett (730,000), with Gerhart the only remaining bracelet winner of the 13 players who are left, with British player Richie Allen nonetheless hanging onto a opportunity of debut gold with 515,000 chips at the next large blind of 50,000.

WSOP 2021 Event #62 $1,500 PLO Hi-Lo eight or Much better Leading ten Chipcounts:

  1. Matthew Kaplan – 3,145,000
  2. Kevin Gerhart – 2,900,000
  3. Dustin Dirksen – 2,400,000
  4. Roman Hrabec – 1,800,000
  5. Sterling Lopez – 1,350,000
  6. Dylan Wilkerson – 1,240,000
  7. Tamon Nakamura – 1,145,000
  8. Alexandr Orlov – 1,015,000
  9. Bryant Bustamante – 805,000
  10. Michael Trivett – 730,000

Players Turn Out For Salute To Warriors

The opening day of the $500-entry Salute to Warriors event saw a excellent turnout, with 1,738 entrants decreased to just 169 players by the end of Day 1. Chip leader when the day closed was Andrew Moon, who was the only player to bag over a million chips with 1,274,000. He was followed in the chip counts by Taylor Pollard (866,000) and John Song (711,000), who along with Nicholas Verderamo (653,000), were the only three who amounted over half the impressive Moon’s dominant stack.

With $40 from every player’s entry going towards the United Services Organization, a large prize pool of $712,580 and a top prize of $102,465 indicates that plenty of money was raised for a excellent trigger with large-name players such as Shuan Deeb donating along the way, although regrettably for Deeb fans, the WSOP Player of the Year chaser didn’t make the Day two chip counts.

WSOP 2021 Event #63 $500 Salute to Warriors Prime 10 Chipcounts:

  1. Andrew Moon – 1,274,000
  2. Taylor Pollard – 866,000
  3. John Song – 711,000
  4. Nicholas Verderamo – 653,000
  5. Senthuran Vijayaratnam – 629,000
  6. Terry Wheeler – 617,000
  7. Kyle Besaw – 584,000
  8. Alan Percal – 580,000
  9. Marty Zabib – 557,000
  10. Arnaldo Gordon – 536,000

Niklas Astedt Bags Large Stack In $5K NLHE/PLO Mix

In the final event on the schedule, David Prociak (two,405,000) leads from Niklas Astedt (1,345,000) and Joni Jouhkimainen (1,215,000) in the $five,000-entry Event #64.

With NLHE and PLO on the menu, other big names to bag best 10 chipcounts integrated Tommy Le (1,050,000), Uri Reichenstein (1,010,000) and Shar Levi (945,000), with players like Jason Somerville (690,000), Stefan Schillhabel (445,000) and Dan Smith (310,000) all nonetheless in with a possibility of glory.

WSOP 2021 Event #64 $five,000 NLHE/PLO Eight-Handed Prime ten Chipcounts:

  1. David Prociak – 2,405,000
  2. Niklas Astedt – 1,345,000
  3. Joni Jouhkimainen – 1,215,000
  4. Greg Dyer – 1,175,000
  5. Tommy Le – 1,050,000
  6. Oliver Bosch – 1,020,000
  7. Uri Reichenstein – 1,010,000
  8. Shahar Levi – 945,000
  9. Barak Wisbrod – 865,000
  10. Corey Zedo – 785,000

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