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2021 World Series of Poker

Event #48: $1,500 Shootout No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 1
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
300,000 / 600,000
Informações sobre o torneio - Dia 1
Jogadores em jogo

Grafton, Engel, and Cheong Among 80 Players Who Won Their Table and Will Return for Day 2 of $1,500 Shootout

Nível 15 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Sam Grafton
Sam Grafton

Day 1 of Event #48: $1,500 Shootout saw 800 players start the day, and at the end, only 80 players bagged a stack for tomorrow by defeating the other nine players at their table. Action will resume at 12 p.m. local time on Oct. 26, and ten tables will begin eight-handed play. Everyone who won their table today is in the money and has cashed for a minimum of $5,549. The ten players who win their tables tomorrow will come back on Wednesday, where one of them will win the WSOP gold bracelet and the $204,063 first-place prize.

The first player to win their table and make it through was Victoria Livschitz (247,000), just over five hours after play began. The day continued for seven more hours before the final heads-up match was completed, with Aurelien Debaillie (248,000) finally being declared the winner at his table to bag a stack for Day 2.

All of the returning players will have roughly the same stack, with slight differences based on chips from players who arrived late that were put into the well and out of play by dealers. Sam Grafton (247,000) defeated a table that included Robbi Lew, Kyriakos Papadopoulos, and recent bracelet winner Michael Noori to see another day, and Joseph Cheong (247,000) defeated Zachary Gruneberg in heads-up play to move on as well. Other notables to find a bag for Day 2 include Ari Engel (246,000), Gershon Distenfeld (246,000), Brian Yoon (247,000), and Renan Bruschi (247,000).

However, not everyone could find a bag by the end of the night. Some of the notables who fell short of winning their table include Michael Mizrachi, JJ Liu, Ryan Depaulo, Adam Friedman, Maria Ho, and Jeff Gross.

Day 2 starts at 12 p.m. local time on October 26 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. The tournament will restart with blinds at 2,000/4,000/4,000.

Stay tuned for more coverage of this event and the entire 2021 World Series of Poker from the PokerNews live reporting team.

Tags: Adam FriedmanAri EngelBrian YoonGershon DistenfeldJeff GrossJoseph CheongMaria HoMichael MizrachiMichael NooriRenan BruschiRobbi LewSam GraftonZachary Gruneberg

Debailie Wins Last Table Of The Night

Nível 15 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Aurelien Debaillie
Aurelien Debaillie

After a grueling heads-up battle. Andrew Jenkins moved all-in from the button putting his tournament life at risk. Aurelien Debaillie snap-called.

Andrew Jenkins: {10-Hearts}{7-Hearts}
Aurelien Debaillie: {a-Hearts}{j-Hearts}

The board ran out: {a-}{j-}{2-}{6-}{8-}. Jenkins was drawing dead on the turn. Debailie will join the 79 other players to advance to Round 2.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Aurelien Debaillie fr
Aurelien Debaillie
248,000 138,000
Andrew Jenkins us
Andrew Jenkins

Grafton on to Day 2

Nível 13 : 2,000/4,000, 4,000 ante
Sam Grafton
Sam Grafton

Robbi Lew got her last 15,000 or so chips in preflop and Sam Grafton made a quick call.

Robbi Lew: {6-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}
Sam Grafton: {q-Spades}{q-Diamonds}

Lew ran into ladies and needed help, but she was drawing dead on the turn as the board ran out {j-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}.

Lew mentioned she had knocked out six of the players at the table, but unfortunately it wasn't a bounty tournament and instead, Grafton has successfully completed his comeback to win the table and advance to the next round after being down to under three big blinds a little before the dinner break.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Sam Grafton gb
Sam Grafton
247,000 42,000
Robbi Lew us
Robbi Lew

Tags: Sam GraftonRobbi Lew

Dunst Can't Fade River to Advance and Falls to Collins

Nível 10 : 1,000/2,000, 2,000 ante
Tony Dunst
Tony Dunst

Mitchell Collins called off his 117,000 when Tony Dunst put him all-in preflop and hands were revealed.

Mitchell Collins: {a-Hearts}{j-Spades}
Tony Dunst: {4-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}

Dunst wished his opponent luck and the dealer spread the {6-Spades}{3-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} flop. The {10-Clubs} turn left Dunst one card away from advancing, but the {a-Spades} spiked the river which caused Dunst to quickly avert his eyes from the board and make a quiet noise of disgust as the unfortunate river left him with crumbs.

Shortly after, Dunst got the rest of his 9,000 chips in preflop.

Tony Dunst: {k-Clubs}{8-Spades}
Mitchell Collins: {8-Clubs}{7-Spades}

The board ran out {q-Spades}{5-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{6-Clubs}{9-Diamonds} to send Dunst to the rail and send Collins to the next round.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Mitchell Collins us
Mitchell Collins
246,000 86,000
Tony Dunst us
Tony Dunst
WSOP 2X Winner

Livschitz First One Through

Nível 7 : 500/1,000, 1,000 ante
Victoria Livschitz
Victoria Livschitz

Victoria Livschitz was spotted earlier as the chip leader three-handed at table 27 against Shiraz Lall and Huy Nguyen, and Livschitz has now taken all of the chips at the table to become the first person of the day in the money and on to Day 2.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Victoria Livschitz us
Victoria Livschitz
247,000 127,000
Shiraz Lall us
Shiraz Lall
Huy Nguyen us
Huy Nguyen

Lamers Takes Down Multi-Way Pot

Nível 4 : 300/500, 500 ante
Adam Lamers
Adam Lamers

At Table #17, the player in the cutoff opened to 1,100 and PokerNews' own Adam Lamers called on the button as did the player in the small blind. They went three-ways to the flop.

The flop came {a-Spades}{7-Spades}{6-Diamonds} and the action checked to Lamers who threw out a bet of 1,300, to which both opponents called.

The turn was the {5-Hearts} and again it checked to Lamers who sized up to 5,300. Both of his opponents folded and he scooped the pot.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Adam Lamers ca
Adam Lamers
36,000 6,000

Tags: Adam Lamers

Mixing Things Up With Event #48: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout

Brett Apter
Brett Apter

Today Monday, October 25 the 2021 World Series of Poker presents Event #48: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout. This format is particularly popular among sit-n-go specialists because it is essentially like playing a sequence of single table sit-n-go’s. A shootout is a multi-table tournament where players separately play down to a single winner on each table, the winners then advance to the next round and so on.

For example, an event of this format might begin with 1,000 players playing at 100 ten-handed tables, with the 100 winners of each advancing to play at ten more ten-handed tables in the second round. The ten winners of those tables would then play a final ten-handed table to determine a winner.

Brett Apter is the reigning champion, he won his first WSOP gold bracelet and the first-place prize of $238,824 back in 2019. He bested a field of 917 entrants and triumphed over Anatolii Zyrin in heads-up play.

There will be a total of three rounds over the course of three days. Round 1 will begin today at 11:00 a.m. local time. Each table will play down to a winner who will then advance to round 2 on Day 2. Chip stacks of 25,000 will be in play from the start of the event and the tournament is capped at 2,000 players.

Late registration closes after Level 3 (≈1:20 p.m.) and at that point, any unsold stacks will be taken out of play prior to the start of Level 4. Levels will last 40-minutes and the players will have a 20-minute break every three levels with a 60-minute dinner break after Level 9 (≈ 5:40 p.m.).

It is going to be a fun day at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino so be sure to follow along for all the live updates here at PokerNews.

Tags: Anatolii ZyrinBrett Apter