2021 WSOP Day 13: 5 Left in Milly Maker; Marle Cordeiro Amongst Ultimate 17 in Women Match

Day 13 of the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) featured any other complete day of poker motion on the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in sunny Las Vegas with Oct. 12 that includes six bracelet occasions.

Dylan Linde snagged his first WSOP bracelet of his poker occupation after profitable Event #21: $1,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better for $170,269.

One of the in-play occasions come with Event #25: $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em, the place GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu late-registered sooner than working up a stack on Day 1.

In the meantime, Marle Cordeiro is one of the ultimate 17 avid gamers last within the $1,000 Ladies Championship and the $1,500 Millionaire Maker is down to simply 5 avid gamers with a groovy $1 million peak prize at the line.

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Daniel Lazrus Leads Ultimate 5 within the Millionaire Maker

Daniel Lazrus
Daniel Lazrus

Day 4 of Event #17: $1,500 Millionaire Maker noticed 20 avid gamers get started the day and best 5 avid gamers make it to the 5th and ultimate day. The next day to come, Oct. 13, motion will resume at 4 p.m. native time, and even though the 5 last avid gamers have locked up $222,430, they are going to all be taking a look to win the WSOP gold bracelet and the $one million first-place prize that awaits one in all them.

Daniel Lazrus, who gained his first bracelet previous this yr, can be in search of his 2nd as he bagged 60,200,000 chips and is the chip chief going into the overall day of play with nearly two instances the volume of chips as the second one greatest bagged stack of Ignacio Moron (30,600,000).

4-time bracelet winner Michael Gathy (21,900,000) can be in search of any other bracelet, whilst Jeffrey Gencarelli (13,500,000) and Darryl Ronconi (7,400,000) will even have a shot at WSOP gold.

Millionaire Maker Day 4 Chip Counts

Rank Participant Nation Chips Giant Blinds
1 Daniel Lazrus United States 60,200,000 100
2 Ignacio Moron Spain 30,600,000 51
3 Michael Gathy Belgium 21,900,000 36
4 Jeffrey Gencarelli United States 13,500,000 22
5 Darryl Ronconi United States 7,400,000 12

Day 5 begins at 4 p.m. native time on Tuesday, Oct. 13 within the Amazon Room of the Rio All-Suite Resort & On line casino. The match resumes at Stage 36 with blinds at 300,000/600,000/600,000.

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Mikiyo Aoki Leads Day 2 in Match #22: $1,000 Women No-Prohibit Grasp’em Championship; Marle Cordeiro Advances

Mikiyo Aoki
Mikiyo Aoki

After 10 ranges of play, Day 2 of Event #22: $1,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold’em has concluded. There have been 170 avid gamers entering day 2. The development is down to simply 17 avid gamers and can go back the next day at 12 p.m. to play all the way down to the overall 5.

Mikiyo Aoki (1,674,000) leads the rest 17 avid gamers however JJ Liu (1,511,000) and Crystal Marino (1,349,000) aren’t some distance in the back of.

Another stacks that made it throughout the day come with Cherish Andrews (1,200,000), Marle Cordeiro (685,000), and Diane Cooley (450,000).

Marle Cordeiro
Marle Cordeiro

Day 2 Most sensible 10 Chip Counts

Rank Participant Nation Chips Giant Blinds
1 Mikiyo Aoki United States 1,674,000 84
2 JJ Liu Taiwan 1,511,000 76
3 Crystal Marino United States 1,349,000 67
4 Cherish Andrews United States 1,200,000 60
5 Lara Eisenberg United States 1,049,000 52
6 Debora Brooke United States 713,000 36
7 Marle Cordeiro United States 685,000 34
8 Thi Nguyen Vietnam 659,000 33
9 Victoria Livschitz United States 604,000 30
10 Amanda Baker United States 568,000 28

In the meantime, Lily Kiletto, Melissa Schubert, Vanessa Kade, and Liyingxue Ji had been a few of the avid gamers that had been not able to discover a bag into Tuesday’s Day 3.

Avid gamers can be again for Day 3 at 12 p.m. with blinds beginning at 10,000/20,000 at the side of a large blind ante of 20,000 and extending each 60 mins.

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Ryan Hughes Is going for 3rd Occupation Bracelet; Connor Drinan On His Heels in $1,500 8-Sport Combine

Ryan Hughes
Ryan Hughes

Poker is a sport that calls for adaptability and mastering other variants. For the ten avid gamers who will go back the next day to crown a champion in Event #23: $1,500 Eight-Game Mix, they are going to get a possibility to end up they are able to do it higher than any person.

The person main the way in which is Ryan Hughes, no stranger to dressed in WSOP gold. Hughes is already a two-time bracelet winner and can take the chip lead into the next day with 2,534,000. Proper in the back of him is any other more than one bracelet winner in Connor Drinan, who completed the day with 1,990,000. 3 different bracelet winners made the top-10: Brett Shaffer (800,000), Ryan Leng (770,000), and Dan Zack (384,000).

For Schuyler Thornton, Tyler Willse, Hunter McClelland, George Alexander, and Brandon Bergin, profitable the bracelet the next day can be a brand new enjoy for them. To get this some distance, they needed to navigate a box of 484 avid gamers. Day 2 started with 144 avid gamers nonetheless within the combine, with the cash bubble coming at 73rd position.

Match #23 Day 3 Seat Chart

Desk Seat Participant Chip Counts
154 1 Tyler Willse 1,165,000
154 2 George Alexander 936,000
154 3 Hunter McClelland 1,110,000
154 4 Connor Drinan 1,990,000
154 5 Ryan Leng 770,000
154 6 empty  
Desk Seat Participant Chip Counts
155 1 empty  
155 2 Brandon Bergin 934,000
155 3 Daniel Zack 384,000
155 4 Ryan Hughes 2,534,000
155 5 Schuyler Thornton 1,505,000
155 6 Brett Shaffer 800,000

Notables to fall sooner than the cash incorporated Allen “Chainsaw” Kessler, David “Bakes” Baker, and Dutch Boyd. Vu Hoang and Matthew Schultz had been each eradicated right through hand-for-hand play and shared 73rd position.

From there, the likes of Felipe Ramos (forty sixth), Matt Glantz (forty second), David Williams (forty first), and Yuri Dzivielevski (twentieth) fell via the wayside. 5-time bracelet winner Michael Mizrachi made a run on the ultimate desk however used to be busted via Drinan in eleventh position close to the top of the evening.

The ten last avid gamers will go back the next day and play all the way down to the overall desk of six and the eventual champion. PokerNews can be there all the approach with stay updates and chip counts till the overall card is dealt.

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Shen Liang, Ahmad Shiraz Surpass 2 Million at Finish of Match #24: $600 Pot-Prohibit Omaha Deepstack

Ahmad Shiraz
Ahmad Shiraz

Day 1 of Event #24: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack on the 2021 World Series of Poker is formally over with Shen Liang and Ahmad Shiraz main the pack as the one two avid gamers to bag with greater than two million chips.

Liang and Shiraz can be joined on Day 2 via 66 different avid gamers who bagged and tagged, with well-liked poker vlogger Andrew Neeme being one in all them.

Match #24 Day 1 Most sensible 10 Chip Counts

Rank Participant Nation Chips Giant Blinds
1 Shen Liang United States 2,285,000 76
2 Ahmad Shiraz United States 2,165,000 72
3 Michael Prendergast United States 1,890,000 63
4 Eric Polirer United States 1,515,000 51
5 Donnie Phan United States 1,515,000 51
6 Bosu Avunoori United States 1,445,000 48
7 Daniel Wasserberg United States 1,420,000 47
8 Maxx Coleman United States 1,355,000 45
9 Emanuel Santiago United States 1,350,000 45
10 Anthony Plotner United States 1,295,000 43

Day 1 of the PLO match lasted for 11 hours and started with 1,571 runners, 236 of whom made the cash and locked up a money of no less than $936. Over a dozen avid gamers ended the day with greater than 1,000,000 chips, amongst them Michael Prendergast, Eric Polirer, Donnie Phan, and Bosu Avunoori.

2004 WSOP Major Match champion Greg Raymer made a deep run however used to be in the long run eradicated in a hundred and twenty fifth position for $1,294. Fellow bracelet winners David Williams and Michael Wang joined “Fossilman” in making the cash but in addition did not make it to Day 2.

Greg Raymer
Greg Raymer

Different avid gamers within the box who did not make it via Day 1 incorporated Maria Ho, Shaun Deeb, Barry Greenstein, Ryan Laplante, Brandon Shack-Harris, Lexi Gavin, and Ethan “Rampage Poker” Yau.

The second one and ultimate day of the PLO match will begin on Oct. 13 at midday native time and can play all the way down to a winner — who will earn a coveted bracelet and $127,428 in money.

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Scott Drobes Baggage Chip Lead as Negreanu Advances in Match #25: $5,000 6-Passed No-Prohibit Grasp’em

Scott Drobes
Scott Drobes

The primary of 4 days has been performed to finishing touch in Event #25: $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em – with Scott Drobes main the way in which after bagging up 692,700 in chips via ten ranges of play. Different giant stacks belong to Jonathan Jaffe (425,000), Antoine Goutard (440,000) and Diogo Veiga (326,000).

The match attracted an abundance of poker ability, as anticipated in any top buy-in WSOP match. Through the top of Day 1, of the 578 avid gamers who entered — best 192 remained. Some notables who bagged and tagged into Day 2 come with with Kitty Kuo (94,100), Faraz Jaka (121,700), David Benyamine (101,100), Maria Ho (57,000), Joseph Cheong (81,100), Jason Sommerville (40,500), and Erik Seidel (130,300).

Daniel Negreanu made a touch after registering past due within the day via working up his stack early, due in large part partially to running pocket aces into Chino Rheem‘s queens and later turning a full house to knock out any other participant. Negreanu will go back to Day 2 with 265,400 in chips.

Registration for the development will stay open till the beginning of play the next day, which is about to start out at 2 p.m. native time. The returning avid gamers will come into stage 11 (1200/2400/2400 blinds) and play an extra 10 hour-long ranges.

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Author: Bradley Watson