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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 7
Jogadores em jogo

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

Dia 7 Iniciado

Seat Draw for Day 7

Amazon4641George HolmesUnited States18,425,000
Amazon4642Vasu AmarapuUnited States10,290,000
Amazon4643Jareth EastUnited Kingdom13,085,000
Amazon4644Ozgur SecilmisTurkey14,700,000
Amazon4645Hye ParkUnited States29,500,000
Amazon4646Mitchell HalversonUnited States6,370,000
Amazon4647Jack OliverUnited Kingdom6,043,000
Amazon4648Ramon ColillasSpain18,200,000
Amazon4649Norbert KohSingapore7,265,000
Amazon4701Nicolas VayssieresFrance6,705,000
Amazon4702Demosthenes KiriopoulosCanada24,905,000
Amazon4703Arkadi OnikoulUnited States13,460,000
Amazon4704Nicolas DumontFrance5,260,000
Amazon4705Alejandro LococoArgentina17,950,000
Amazon4706Philipe Pizzari PintoBrazil12,940,000
Amazon4707Jesse LonisUnited States6,259,000
Amazon4708Sean RagozziniAustralia13,435,000
Amazon4709Andreas KniepGermany11,185,000
Amazon4781Denys PrydvorUkraine3,095,000
Amazon4782Jung WooUnited States10,029,000
Amazon4783Matija DobricCroatia2,801,000
Amazon4784Jonathan DwekCanada5,945,000
Amazon4785Robert MitchellUnited States7,380,000
Amazon4786Stephen GerberUnited States10,100,000
Amazon4787Glynn BeebeUnited States4,415,000
Amazon4788Matthew SchulteUnited States3,515,000
Amazon4789Chance KornuthUnited States13,645,000
Amazon4841Matthew JewettUnited States10,550,000
Amazon4842Koray AldemirGermany18,905,000
Amazon4843Roongsak GriffethUnited States2,120,000
Amazon4844Joshua Paige RemitioUnited States21,490,000
Amazon4845Chase BianchiUnited States20,765,000
Amazon4846Lewis SpencerUnited Kingdom9,765,000
Amazon4847Ruslan DykshteynUnited States2,200,000
Amazon4848Ronnie AbroUnited States2,490,000
Amazon4849David CabreraUnited States14,530,000

Day 7 of the WSOP Main Event Begins at 12 P.M. PT

Hye Park
Hye Park

Welcome to Day 7 of the 2021 World Series of Poker $10,000 Main Event, which begins on Monday, November 15 at 12 p.m. PT at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Just 36 of the 6,650 entries remain in the hunt for their quest to be crowned the 2021 World Champion of Poker. That field of 36 will be whittled down to just nine players following today's play.

Those who have successfully navigated through six days of Main Event action have already locked up a six-figure payday of $198,550 but of course, everyone will have their eyes on the aforementioned title and the $8 million first-place prize.

A total of $62,011,250 has been generated for the prize pool and the United States' Hye Park is in pole position to receive the lion's share of the winnings. The New Jersey resident has 21 cashes at the WSOP and further five on the WSOP Circuit. His efforts under the WSOP umbrella has resulted in $239,553 in earnings and one WSOP Circuit ring, which came in July in the WSOP Summer Circuit Event #8 - $50,000 GTD NLH Deep Turbo 2x Re-entry for $14,398.

Park's rise to the top of the chip counts came after the dinner break on Day 6, where we would go on to knock out Jon Shoreman and Gabriel Sack in back-to-back hands. The chip leader then sent Jason Osser to the rail after both players flopped a pair of aces and got their chips in the middle. Park's ace-queen held versus the ace-jack of his opponent to reach 21 million in chips.

PokerStars Player Championship winner and Day 4 chip leader Ramon Colillas also finds himself in a good position to make the final table. It would be quite the story for the Spanish national who was a relative unknown in the poker world until he won the world's largest $25,000 buy-in poker tournament of all time. To put into perspective, Colillas has $5,247,716 in live earnings from 24 recorded cashes, with his largest payout being $5.1 million.

1Hye ParkUnited States29,500,000123
2Demosthenes KiriopoulosCanada24,905,000104
3Joshua RemitioUnited States21,490,00090
4Chase BianchiUnited States20,765,00087
5Koray AldemirGermany18,905,00079
6George HolmesUnited States18,425,00077
7Ramon ColillasSpain18,200,00076
8Alejandro LococoArgentina17,950,00075
9Ozgur SecilmisTurkey14,700,00061
10David CabreraSpain14,530,00061

Chance Kornuth finished the day just outside of the top 10 and continues to shine in the 2021 WSOP, during which he won his third career gold bracelet in Event #29: $10,000 Short Deck No-Limit Hold'em. Other notables returning for Day 7 include Jareth East, Jesse Lonis, the WSOP bracelet winners Robert Mitchell and Mitchell Halverson, as well as Nicolas Dumont.

Two GGPoker qualifiers are also still in the hunt for the top prize of $8 million. Sean Ragozzini made it through with 13,435,000 in chips while ClubGG qualifier Vasu Amarapu follows not far behind with 10,290,000.

Day 7 will kick off at 12 p.m. Las Vegas time on Monday, November 15. Action will resume in Level 31 with blinds at 120,000/240,000/240,000.

Be sure to keep it here all day long for updates from the PokerNews team live at the 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event.

The 2021 WSOP Main Event in Numbers

DayPlayers Total for DayPlayers Total CumulativePlayers Surviving

Tags: Chance KornuthGabriel SackHye ParkJareth EastJason OsserJesse LonisJon ShoremanSean RagozziniVasu AmarapuRamon ColillasNicolas DumontMitchell Halverson

King's Resort Confirms Vaccination Stance Ahead of WSOP Europe

2019 WSOPE Main Event Day
2019 WSOPE Main Event Day

With less than a week to go for the 2021 World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE), King's Resort confirmed its COVID rules for the series on Tuesday, October 26.

To comply with the latest laws in the Czech Republic, it has been announced that anyone who wishes to enter King's Resort in Rozvadov will need to prove they have had two doses of an EU-approved COVID vaccine — or a single dose if you have received the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Pharmaceuticals jab.

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Nível: 31

Blinds: 120,000/240,000

Ante: 240,000

Shuffle Up and Deal

Nível 31 : 120,000/240,000, 240,000 ante

The button will be starting in seat 2 and the cards are now in the air on the penultimate day of the Main Event before the final table is reached. The blinds will kick off at 120,000/240,000 with a 240,000 big blind ante with just 36 players remaining.

Beebe Doubles in First Hand of the Day

Nível 31 : 120,000/240,000, 240,000 ante
Glynn Beebe
Glynn Beebe

Glynn Beebe shoved from the middle position for 4,420,000 in the first hand of the day and the action folded to Jonathan Dwek in the big blind who made the call.

Glynn Beebe: {a-Clubs}{k-Clubs}
Jonathan Dwek: {a-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}

The board ran out {4-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}{a-Hearts}{3-Hearts} for both of them to turn top pair but for Beebe to hold with the king-kicker to double up immediately.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Glynn Beebe us
Glynn Beebe
9,200,000 4,625,000
Jonathan Dwek ca
Jonathan Dwek
1,300,000 -4,645,000

Tags: Glynn BeebeJonathan Dwek

Griffeth Cracks Kings to Double Up

Nível 31 : 120,000/240,000, 240,000 ante

Koray Aldemir raised to 600,000 on the button and Roongsak Griffeth shipped all in for 2,105,000 in the small blind. Joshua Remitio four-bet to 4,500,000 which got Aldemir to fold and the cards were tabled.

Roongsak Griffeth: {9-Clubs}{7-Clubs}
Joshua Remitio: {k-Spades}{k-Clubs}

The flop came {a-Clubs}{q-Hearts}{5-Clubs} to give Griffeth some hope with a flush draw. Remitio seemed convinced it was coming as he counted out the chips to pay off Griffeth. The {3-Diamonds} was a brick on the turn but the {10-Clubs} on the river gave Griffeth a flush and a double up.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Joshua Remitio us
Joshua Remitio
19,250,000 -2,240,000
Roongsak Griffeth us
Roongsak Griffeth
4,940,000 2,820,000

Tags: Joshua RemitioKoray AldemirRoongsak Griffeth

Mitchell Wins against Woo

Nível 31 : 120,000/240,000, 240,000 ante

Jung Woo raised to 500,000 from the cutoff and Robert Mitchell defended his big blind.

The flop came {5-Clubs}{2-Hearts}{q-Spades}, Mitchell check-called the 500,000 continuation-bet of Woo.

The turn was the {7-Clubs} and Mitchell checked again. This time, Woo bet 800,000 and Mitchell came along again.

The river completed the board with the {a-Spades}. Mitchell took over the initiative and led out with a bet of 1,500,000. Woo contemplated for a bit and called to see Mitchell win with unknown hole cards.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Robert Mitchell us
Robert Mitchell
10,800,000 3,420,000
Jung Woo us
Jung Woo
6,700,000 -3,590,000

Tags: Jung WooRobert Mitchell

Gerber Doubles Through Woo

Nível 31 : 120,000/240,000, 240,000 ante

Jung Woo raised to 500,000 from the hijack and Stephen Gerber three-bet to 1,500,000 from the big blind which Woo called.

The flop came {4-Clubs}{a-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}, Gerber bet 825,000 and Woo called.

The turn was the {2-Diamonds} and Gerber put Woo all-in who called for the 4,420,000 he had behind with the {q-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds} for the flush.

The river completed the board with the {a-Clubs} for Woo to secure the double-up. The cards of Gerber are unknown for now.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Jung Woo us
Jung Woo
13,900,000 7,200,000
Stephen Gerber us
Stephen Gerber
310,000 -9,790,000

Tags: Jung WooStephen Gerber