2021 WSOP Day 31: Kolev Leads the $10K 6-Handed NLHE Championship

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October 30 was the thirty first day of the 2021 World Sequence of Poker (WSOP) in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada. It was a day that noticed two extra champions topped and 4 different occasions whittle their fields all the way down to way more manageable numbers.

Shaun Deeb took down Occasion #53: $25,000 Pot-Restrict Omaha for his fifth bracelet and a powerful $1,251,860 addition to his bankroll. Nicholas Julia bought his palms on his first WSOP bracelet when he triumphed in Occasion 54: $2,500 9-Recreation Combine 6-handed.

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Kolev Leads Last 19 within the $10,000 6-Handed No-Restrict Maintain’em Championship

Boris Kolev
Boris Kolev

Solely 19 stay in Occasion #56: $10,000 6-Handed No-Restrict Maintain’em Championship, and it’s Bulgaria’s Boris Kolev who leads the race for the match’s bracelet and the $721,453 prime prize.

Kolev completed with 2,185,000 chips after the day ended, a that noticed the overwhelming majority of the 136 returning gamers hit the rail. The Bulgarian grinder leads from four-time WSOP bracelet winner Asi Moshe (1,980,000), Matt Berkey (1,765,000), Nikita Kuznetsov (1,560,000), and Czech star Vojtech Ruzicka (1,450,000).

Additional down the chip counts you discover the likes of three-time WSOP champion Ben Yu (995,000), Moldova’s Pavel Plesuv (865,000), Nacho Barbero (695,000),JJ Liu (655,000), Mike Sowers (590,000), and Sam Grafton (535,000).

Play resumes at 2:00 p.m. native time on October 31.

Occasion #56: $10,000 6-Handed No-Restrict Maintain’em Championship Prime 10 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chips
1 Boris Kolev Bulgaria 2,185,000
2 Asi Moshe Israel 1,980,000
3 Matt Berkey United States 1,765,000
4 Nikita Kuznetsov Russia 1,560,000
5 Vojtech Ruzicka Czech Republic 1,450,000
6 Ariel Mantel Argentina 1,395,000
7 Steve Yea South Korea 1,130,000
8 Fabian Gumz Germany 1,100,000
9 Roland Rokita Austria 1,010,000
10 Ben Yu United States 995,000

Will Kolev get the job executed within the $10K 6-Max Championship?

Cummings Has a Huge Chip Lead within the Seniors Championship

Christopher Cummings
Christopher Cummings

Day 3 of Occasion #52: $1,000 Seniors Championship turned out to be a memorable day of WSOP motion as 148 beginning gamers turned simply 16 after practically 12 hours of scintillating poker with all remaining gamers making an enormous bounce in payouts.

Bagging the overwhelming chip lead on the finish of the evening was Christopher Cummings who completed with 22,650,000 which is properly over double the second largest stack and is one-fifth of the chips remaining. The Houston, TX native emerged as a chip chief within the center a part of the day and simply continued to climb from there, eliminating a number of gamers.

Second in chips with 9,700,000 was Dennis Jensen who’s having fun with fairly a profitable and enjoyable journey in what he says is his first ever WSOP occasion.

Proper on his heel in third place was Daniel Lujano with 9,325,000.

There’s a drop-off from the third place stack to fourth the place Eric Sunde sits with 7,325,000 and Todd Hansen rounds out the highest 5 stacks with 7,315,000.

The remaining 16 will return to play on the outer characteristic tables for Day 4 on Sunday within the Amazon Room at 10 a.m. native time.

Occasion #52: $1,000 Seniors Championship Prime 10 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chips
1 Christopher Cummings United States 22,765,000
2 Dennis Jensen United States 9,700,000
3 Daniel Lujano United States 9,325,000
4 Eric Sunde United States 7,350,000
5 Todd Hansen United States 7,315,000
6 Stuart Hosen United States 7,305,000
7 Louis Cheffy United States 7,065,000
8 Jonathan Ingalls United States 5,850,000
9 Daniel Stebbins United States 5,695,000
10 Robert Davis United States 5,380,000

Flowers Blossoms on Day 1b of the Colossus

Day 1a mixed with Day 1b of Occasion #55: $400 Colossus No-limit Maintain’em attracted a whopping 9,399 entrants. The full prize pool remains to be being labored out however can be obtainable shortly.

The primary beginning flight attracted 4,217 entrants. There have been 632 to make the cash however solely 484 gamers superior to Day 2. Hiep ‘David’ Tran bagged the chip lead coming again to 1,308,000.

The second beginning flight attracted 5,182 entrants. Within the final stage of the day, 778 gamers made the cash with simply 697 to bag. A couple of gamers amongst finish of day chip leaders embody Frank Flowers (1,217,000), Andrew Heckman (1,000,000), Kao “Flexx” Saechao (994,000), Mikhaile Richards (950,000), and Anant Patel (925,000).

The remaining gamers mixed from every flight will come again for Day 2 tomorrow October 31 at 10:00 a.m. PT on the Rio All-Suite Resort and On line casino. The gamers will play 15 ranges with a length of 40-minutes. They are going to have a 15-min break each three ranges with a 60-minute break after Stage 29 (≈7:00 p.m.).

Occasion #55: $400 Colossus Prime 10 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chips
1 Frank Flowers United States 1,217,000
2 Timothy Keenan United States 1,172,000
3 Dwayne Hillock United States 1,031,000
4 Keith Doering United States 1,024,000
5 Andrew Heckman United States 1,000,000
6 Kao Chieng Saechao United States 994,000
7 Eric Stamey United States 984,000
8 Mikhaile Richards United States 950,000
9 Anant Patel United States 925,000
10 Michael Thach United States 886,000

Do not not miss any of the Seniors Championship motion

Wong leads From The Entrance within the $10K Restrict 2-7 Triple Draw Championship

Danny Wong
Danny Wong

After a Day 1 that noticed 80 gamers enter the sector, Danny Wong is the chip chief in Occasion #57: $10,000 Restrict 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship on the 2021 World Sequence of Poker. Late registration closes originally of Sunday’s Day 2, which begins at 2 p.m. Extra gamers are anticipated to hitch the 35 returning runners to compete for the WSOP gold bracelet on this prestigious blended video games occasion.

Wong returns to Day 2 with the lead searching for his first WSOP gold bracelet. His career-best end on the WSOP was a run to 3rd place within the 2017 $1,500 Pot-Restrict Omaha occasion and Wong has two cashes to this point on the 2021 WSOP.

A number of gamers with large stacks will look to catch Wong tomorrow. Michael Trivett shouldn’t be far behind after steadily constructing his stack all through the day and Shaun Deeb will return among the many leaders following his late registration on the heels of profitable his fifth bracelet within the $25,000 Pot-Restrict Omaha Excessive Curler occasion. Different gamers returning with large stacks embody Brian Yoon, Matt Valeo, Nathan Gamble, and Aditya Prasetyo.

Daniel Negreanu will return with one of many smaller stacks and can search for a chance to spin it up early on Day 2. Phil Hellmuth registered late within the night, however nonetheless bagged simply over 100K chips and can return to take his shot at bracelet 17.

Ranges will enhance to 90-minutes on Day 2 and blinds will begin at 2,000/4,000 with limits at 4,000/8,000. Day 2 will play for seven ranges with a 60-minute dinner break after Stage 14.

Occasion #57: $10,000 Restrict 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship Prime 10 Chip Counts

Place Participant Nation Chips
1 Danny Wong United States 340,000
2 Michael Trivett United States 315,000
3 Nathan Gamble United States 257,000
4 Shaun Deeb United States 251,000
5 Matt Valeo United States 238,000
6 Aditya Prasetyo United States 235,000
7 Oscar Johansson Sweden 222,000
8 Kevin Gerhart United States 217,000
9 Michael Noori United States 214,000
10 Brian Yoon United States 204,000

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