Shaun Deeb defeated Ka Kwan Lau heads as much as win the 2021 Global Sequence of Poker (WSOP) Match #53: $25,000 Pot-Restrict Omaha Prime Curler, incomes his 5th occupation WSOP gold bracelet and a $1,251,860 best prize. Deeb prevailed on this prestigious event for a 2nd time, defeating a box of 212 entries that produced a prize pool of $5,008,500.
Deeb provides this name to his win back in 2018 and turns into the most recent member of the WSOP five-bracelet membership. It marked his 2nd ultimate desk of the 2021 WSOP and his twelfth general money, vaulting him as much as fourth within the Participant of the Yr standings.
“Now I’m gonna get started multi-tabling, I in reality took it simple,” Deeb stated. “For the remainder of the yr, you’re gonna see me firing beautiful onerous so it’s gonna be a combat.”
With a 5th name in hand, Deeb used to be candid about his WSOP objectives transferring ahead.
“I’m gonna go Phil (Hellmuth) sooner or later. It’s gonna take me some time however I’m gonna go Phil. It’s gonna take me a decade or two however I’ll be there.”
Match #53: $25,000 PLO Prime Curler Ultimate Desk Effects
|1||Shaun Deeb||United States||$1,251,860|
|2||Ka Kwan Lau||Hong Kong||$773,708|
|3||John Beauprez||United States||$537,295|
|4||Maxx Coleman||United States||$381,394|
|7||Ben Lamb||United States||$156,387|
|8||Charles Sinn||United States||$121,816|
Ultimate Desk Play
Deeb stated that he used to be now not essentially the most skilled PLO participant on the ultimate desk.
“Generally I’ve my one set plan, however I in reality stored seeking to transfer it up on those guys and work out what manner labored very best as opposed to them, and simply operating them over and making the nuts a number is methods to pass.”
Deeb went directly to do away with each and every opponent of the overall 5, due to a double-up on the first actual hand of the day.
“I’ve a chilly four-bet for my entire stack,” Deeb defined, “it used to be like a loopy, loopy runoff to get me to love seven and a part, 8 million proper off the beginning which places me in 2nd position and from there I by no means in reality misplaced my momentum.”
Veselin Karakitukov started the overall day as the fast stack and used to be the primary to be eradicated after operating into Deeb’s aces. The fifth-place end marked the Bulgarian’s first money of the 2021 WSOP and the biggest money of his occupation. Subsequent to move used to be Maxx Coleman, who used to be additionally taken out through Deeb in fourth position. Coleman now has six cashes and a 2nd ultimate desk of the 2021 WSOP, including to a perfect yr after a win within the Poker Masters $10,000 8-Recreation Combine and 3 ultimate tables on the 2021 U.S. Poker Open.
John “KasinoKrime” Beauprez entered the day 2nd due to a wild runout on Day 3 that sent Ben Lamb packing. The 2013 WSOP bracelet winner added to his Thirty first-place run on the identical match in 2017 with a third-place end on Saturday.
Ka Kwan Lau introduced the chip lead into the overall day after completing 8th on this match again in 2019. The Spaniard, who used to be born in Hong Kong, carried some important event enjoy into his heads-up combat with Deeb. In spite of doubling up early on, Lau used to be by no means in a position to mount a major price at Deeb’s chip lead and settled for a runner-up end.
Former WSOP $25,000 PLO Winners
|YEAR||PLAYER||COUNTRY||FIRST PRIZE||ENTRIES||PRIZE POOL|
|2021||Shaun Deeb||United States||$1,251,860||212||$5,008,500|
|2019||Stephen Chidwick||United Kingdom||$1,618,417||278||$6,602,500|
|2018||Shaun Deeb||United States||$1,402,683||230||$5,462,500|
|2017||James Calderaro||United States||$1,289,074||204||$4,868,750|
|2015||Anthony Zinno||United States||$1,122,196||175||$4,156,250|
The remainder of the reliable ultimate desk contributors have been eradicated on Day 3. Charles Sinn completed 8th, Lamb got here in 7th and David Benyamine used to be knocked out in 6th.
Previous to the overall desk, plenty of WSOP bracelet winners discovered the cash together with Ben Yu, Joseph Cheong, Scott Seiver, Probability Kornuth, Bryce Yockey, Joao Vieira, Simon Lofberg, Jeremy Ausmus and Tommy Le.
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