2021 World Series of Poker

Event #72: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha
Dias: 3
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Vencedor
Mão Vencedora
q1085
Prémio
$209,716
Event Info
Buy-in
$1,500
Prize Pool
$1,129,410
Entradas
846
Informações sobre o nível
Nível
32
Blinds
120,000 / 240,000
Ante
240,000
Informações sobre o torneio - Dia 3
Jogadores em jogo
1

Event #72: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha

Dia 3 Iniciado

Event #72: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha Champion Will be Crowned Today

Motoyoshi Okamura
Motoyoshi Okamura

The final day of the Event #72: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha gets underway at 2 p.m. local time.

Yesterday's Day 2 saw 126 players return to the felt and after 10 levels of play, only eight remained. Rafael Mota goes into the day as chip leader and leads the pack by a large margin with 7,515,000 chips.

GGPoker qualifier Motoyoshi Okamura bagged the second highest stack with a total of 3,835,000 chips whilst Nick Yunis is not far behind his 3,190,000 chip stack. Okamura isn't the only GGPoker qualifier remaining, Leonid Yanovski bagged 2,070,000 with both qualifiers looking to capture their first WSOP gold bracelet.

Final Table Seat Draw

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Amazon4141Nick YunisChile3,190,00053
Amazon4142Leonid YanovskiIsreal2,070,00034
Amazon4143Marc LangeGermany535,0009
Amazon4144Rafael MotaBrazil7,515,000125
Amazon4145Tim GrauAustria360,0006
Amazon4146Jordan SpurlinUnited States1,740,00029
Amazon4147Mike TakayamaPhilippines1,900,00032
Amazon4148Motoyoshi OkamuraJapan3,835,00064

The final eight players will return today at 2 p.m. local time to the Amazon Gold section at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino to play down to a winner. The event resumes on Level 26 where blinds are 30,000/60,000/60,000.

All eight players have secured $20,737, but of course, all eyes will be on the $209,716 first-place prize that the eventual champion will be taking home as well as the much sought after WSOP bracelet.

Final Table Payouts

PositionPrize
1$209,716
2$129,621
3$91,989
4$66,249
5$48,428
6$35,942
7$27,088
8$20,737

Stay tuned here as the PokerNews live reporting team will be on hand to bring you all of the action as the day unfolds.

Tags: Jordan SpurlinLeonid YanovskiMarc LangeMike TakayamaMotoyoshi OkamuraNick YunisRafael MotaTim Grau

2021 WSOP Streaming Exclusively on PokerGO

PokerGO WSOP
PokerGO WSOP

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.

Remember, poker fans can catch live updates from every single bracelet event from start to finish right here on PokerNews. Make sure to bookmark the 2021 World Series of Poker Hub, with all the reporting, news, interviews, and more from Las Vegas.

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Nível: 26

Blinds: 30,000/60,000

Ante: 60,000

Nick Rigby Plays the 2-3 "Dirty Diaper" in 2021 WSOP Main Event

Nível 26 : 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Nicholas Rigby
Nicholas Rigby

Nicholas Rigby made some interesting calls with {3-}{2-} on Day 5 of the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event, where he built a big stack throughout the day. But it wasn't because of his love for NBA legend Michael Jordan, who famously wore the #23 for the Chicago Bulls.

When poker's world championship tournament concludes next week, one player will take home $8 million. If Rigby continues stacking chips at his current rate, he just might claim that nine-figure prize. But there appears to be only one thing that could stop him from reaching that mountain top — refusing to fold a hand dubbed in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as "The Dirty Diaper."

There is actually a reason why he loves to play the three-deuce, and it has nothing to do with GTO. Rigby's rowdy and inebriated friends on his rail inside the Amazon room explained on the PokerGO stream why their pal likes to play the 3-2.

"The Diaper is a famous hand in Pittsburgh," one of his friends explained to PokerGO's Jeff Platt. "The three-deuce is called The Dirty Diaper if it's off-suit, and we play it all the time."

Rigby's friend continued to explain that they play the 3-2 game in Pittsburgh like others play the 7-2 game, where everyone at the table must ship a chip to a player who wins a hand with 7-2. In their case, the bounty is on for when a player takes down a pot with the 3-2.

In the Main Event, or any tournament, you can't play those games, but Rigby's a cash game player, according to his friends. During Day 5 of poker's biggest event, he brought The Dirty Diaper game across the country to Las Vegas, except no one else was playing along.

Click here to read more about "The Dirty Diaper"!

Tim Grau Eliminated in 8th Place ($20,737)

Nível 26 : 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Tim Grau
Tim Grau

Pot-Limit Omaha

Rafael Mota opened to 120,000 in the hijack and Tim Grau jammed his 360,000 in the middle next to act. The action folded back around to Mota and he quickly called.

Tim Grau: {a-Clubs}{k-Clubs}{7-Spades}{6-Clubs}
Rafael Mota: {a-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{2-Hearts}

The flop came {j-Diamonds}{6-Hearts}{2-Spades}, giving Grau a pair of sixes but Mota two pair. The {3-Spades} hit the turn and the {6-Spades} landed on the river for Mota to make a full house and eliminate Grau in eighth place.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Rafael Mota br
Rafael Mota
8,025,000 510,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Tim Grau at
Tim Grau
Eliminado

Tags: Tim GrauRafael Mota

Marc Lange Eliminated In 7th Place ($27,088)

Nível 26 : 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Marc Lange
Marc Lange

No-Limit Hold'em

Leonid Yanovski went all-in in the small blind for 2,300,000 into Marc Lange's big blind, who decided to call for his 400,000 behind and the cards were tabled.

Marc Lange: {a-Spades}{2-Spades}
Leonid Yanovski: {a-Clubs}{q-Spades}

The {6-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}{a-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds} runout gave no help to Lange and he was eliminated in 7th place.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Leonid Yanovski il
Leonid Yanovski
2,760,000 690,000
Marc Lange de
Marc Lange
Eliminado

Tags: Leonid YanovskiMarc Lange

Yunis Bombs River

Nível 26 : 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

No-LImit Hold'em

Jordan Spurlin raised the cutoff to 125,000 and Nick Yunis defended in the big blind.

The dealer fanned a flop of {5-Hearts}{3-Hearts}{2-Spades} and Yunis check-called a bet of 100,000.

The {3-Spades} hit the turn and both players checked to the {2-Diamonds} river. Yunis fired out a bet of 650,000 and Spurlin mucked his hand.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Nick Yunis cl
Nick Yunis
2,670,000 -520,000
Jordan Spurlin us
Jordan Spurlin
1,400,000 -340,000

Tags: Nick YunisJordan Spurlin

Mota Folds River

Nível 26 : 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

No Limit Hold'em

Leonid Yanovski called in the small blind and Rafael Mota checked his option in the big blind.

On the {7-Clubs}{3-Clubs}{6-Spades} flop, Yanovski check-called a bet of 80,000 from Mota.

The turn of {4-Hearts} was bet at once more by Mota to the tune of 160,000, which Yanovski called once again.

The river {a-Diamonds} saw Yanovski bet 150,000 and Mota quickly folded, giving the pot to Yanovski.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Rafael Mota br
Rafael Mota
7,800,000 -225,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Leonid Yanovski il
Leonid Yanovski
3,200,000 440,000

Tags: Leonid YanovskiRafael Mota