WSOP 2021: 3-Time WPT Champion Anthony Zinno Wins His third Bracelet In Match #19

The 2021 Global Collection of Poker (WSOP) on the Rio All-Suite Resort & On line casino topped a brand new gold bracelet winner on Monday in Match #19: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship. The nineteenth tournament of the continued sequence drew 62 gamers, increase an outstanding $578,150 within the prize pool. In any case, strolling away with the identify used to be none as opposed to the two-time WSOP bracelet winner and three-time WPT Primary Match champion Anthony Zinno who earned $182,872 and the 3rd bracelet of his profession.

“In truth, it’s unreal, as a result of stud is among the video games that I’ve simplest been lately running on, so I wouldn’t have anticipated it to be this recreation,” Zinno stated after the victory. “One of the most perfect stud gamers on the earth have been within the box.“I may play poker my complete lifestyles and now not win some other stud bracelet,” stated Zinno. “Those guys are so just right at stud, and truthfully, I’m now not at the stage of the highest stud gamers via any stretch. There’s a large number of good fortune there, in order that’s superior,” Zinno added.

The PokerGO live-streamed ultimate desk used to be a star-studded affair with the likes of 15-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth who used to be chasing his 16th bracelet, Bracelet winner and 2019 Participant of the 12 months award winner Stephen Chidwick, & Poker Corridor of Popularity member Jack McClelland.

The FT started with seven gamers last and all eyes have been on Hellmuth as he held the chip lead. Sadly for him, he misplaced his lead throughout six-handed play and his run resulted in fourth position for $54,730. This marked Hellmuth’s fourth money and 3rd ultimate desk of the celebrated WSOP sequence.

Jason Gola used to be the primary to fall from the overall desk, together with his break up threes shedding out to the break up aces of James Chen. He used to be adopted via Stephen Chidwick and Jack McClelland in 6th and 5th puts, respectively.

Going out in 3rd position used to be Paz-Gutierrez who were given the remaining of his stack in on fourth boulevard with an open-ended directly flush draw in opposition to James Chen’s king-high flush draw. Chen made a flush on 6th boulevard and Paz-Gutierrez did not hit his directly flush, exiting in 3rd position for $77,22.

Chen entered heads-up play in opposition to Zinno with over a three:1 chip disadvatage. Chen used to be in a position to make an early comeback, or even overtook the lead in brief. Then again, Zinno regained regulate and after all shipped it. Chen used to be left with only some large bets after Zinno gained a large pot with an ace-high directly.

Chen shoved his tack on 5th boulevard with (9s 6s) Advert 10s 7h in opposition to the (Jd  3h) Ah 3s 10c of Zinno. Chen discovered a 5d at the 6th boulevard, whilst Zinno hit the 7d.  Zinno’s pair of threes remained within the lead with one card to come back. Chen pulled the Js, lacking all of his imaginable outs to take the lead. Zinno’s pair of threes didn’t strengthen any longer, with the second at the finish finishing his board, however the small pair used to be sufficient to win the pot and the identify. Chen earned $113,024 because the runner-up finisher.

Ultimate Desk Payouts (USD)

1.

Anthony Zinno-

$182,872

2.

James Chen-

$113,024

3.

Jose Paz-Gutierrez-

$77,227

4.

Phil Hellmuth-

$54,730

5.

Jack McClelland-

$40,284

6.

Stephen Chidwick-

$30,842

7.

Jason Gola-

$24,601

8.

Scott Bohlman-

$20,480

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author: Bradley Watson