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2021 World Series of Poker

Event #67: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event World Championship
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
1,200,000 / 2,400,000
Informações sobre o torneio - Dia 1e
Jogadores em jogo

Event #67: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event World Championship

Dia 1e Iniciado

Day 1e of Event #67: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event Championship Begins Shortly

Main Event Bracelet
Main Event Bracelet

The World Series of Poker is another day closer to crowning it's Main Event champion but there is still plenty of action to come as Day 1e gets underway at 11 a.m. PT.

The first four starting flights have seen a total of 4,518 entries with 3,331 players surviving the first five levels to bag and tag for one of the two Day 2 flights.

Day 1d has had the most entries of any of the starting flights so far, with 1,939 players out of 2,550 making it to the next stage of the event.

Among the notables to run up a solid stack on the fourth Day 1 were Adedapo Ajayi (340,900), Zachary Grech (318,400), David "Bakes" Baker (247,300), Dan Shak (229,200), and David Stefanski (213,900).

The father and son duo of Peter Robinson (109,900) and GG Twitch Squad member Lukas "RobinPoker" Robinson (144,200) also managed to end the day with six-figure chip counts.

Adam Levy, Michael Ruane, Jason Somerville, Eric "BarstoolNate" Nathan, Joseph Cheong, Esther Taylor, Brandon Shack-Harris, Ryan Laplante, Julien Martini, Phil Laak, and David Williams were among the notables to fall at the first hurdle.

Two former WSOP Main Event champions were also eliminated in Day 1d. Joe McKeehen and Greg Raymer failed to make it through to Day 2 in pursuit of earning a repeat victory.

Joe McKeehen
Joe McKeehen

It will be hard to beat yesterday's total number of entries, but if Day 1e and Day 1f have similar numbers, the record attendance for the Main Event will be eclipsed. In 2012, the largest ever Main Event, 8,773 players entered the field which was famously won by Jamie Gold.

The final two flights are expected to see a host of players from all around the globe join the event, as today, November 8 is the date that international travel restrictions ease in the United States.

2021 WSOP Main Event Starting Flight's Blind Structure

111:00 a.m.120 minutes100200200
 1:00 p.m.20-minute break   
21:20 p.m.120 minutes200300300
 3:20 p.m.20-minute break   
33:40 p.m.120 minutes200400400
 5:40 p.m.75-minute break   
46:55 p.m.120 minutes300500500
 8:55 p.m.20-minute break   
59:15 p.m.120 minutes300600600

*Late registration for this event is open for seven levels (two levels into November 9 and 10).

Tuesday, November 9, will see fields 1a, 1b and 1d combine for Day 2abd where there'll be another five levels of play. The full structure for this event can be found here (PDF). Day 2cef follows the same structure and will play out on Wednesday, November 10.

FlightEntriesAdvancing to Day 2abd
Day 1a524348
Day 1b845611
Day 1d2,5501,933
FlightEntriesAdvancing to Day 2cef
Day 1c600433
Day 1e--
Day 1f--

Today's action starts at 11 a.m. local time and PokerNews will be there the entire day with live updates from around the tournament rooms of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

Tags: Adam LevyBrandon Shack-HarrisDan ShakDavid WilliamsEsther TaylorGreg RaymerJason SomervilleJoe McKeehenJoseph CheongJulien MartiniMichael RuanePhil LaakRyan LaplanteZachary Grech

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Nível: 1

Blinds: 100/200

Ante: 200

Negreanu Wins the First Hand

Nível 1 : 100/200, 200 ante

Daniel Negreanu opened the action in the first hand of the event, putting in a raise to 500 from the cutoff. Both the small and big blind called.

"Let's make sure nobody goes broke on the first hand," Negreanu said as the dealer spread the {4-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}{2-Spades} flop. Both blinds check-folded to Negreanu's 1,000 bet.

"Who says you can't win them all, because I can. I'm 1-0," Negreanu said as he dragged in the first pot.

"Chip leader," a tablemate said.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
61,000 1,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer

Tags: Daniel Negreanu

Seat Open on Table #478

Nível 1 : 100/200, 200 ante

On one of the first hands of the day, a player raised pre-flop, another three-bet, and Robert Fried jammed all in. The original raiser called with {j-}{j-}, but ran into the {k-}{k-} of Fried.

The board ran out clean for Fried's pocket kings, eliminating an opponent less than 10 minutes into Day 1e.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Robert Fried us
Robert Fried