WSOP 2021: Adrian Mateos Scoops Fourth Bracelet, Ausmus Ousts Hellmuth and Negreanu for PLO Crown

Adrian Mateos gained his fourth WSOP bracelet on the age of simply 27 as he took down the $250,000 Tremendous Top Curler tournament.

A dramatic day on the felt in two large tournaments noticed historical past made within the Rio Resort & On line casino as two extra WSOP bracelets had been gained in two of the largest tournaments of the Autumn.

A Profession-Top Rating For Adrian Mateos

In Tournament #82, the $250,000-entry Tremendous Top Curler, Adrian Mateos went wire-to-wire as he took down the impressive buy-in tournament for a best prize of $3.2 million and his fourth WSOP bracelet on the age of simply 27.

Simply 5 gamers started the general day, with Mateos’ stack nearly as large by itself because the 4 others blended. After a duration of play that noticed Keith Tilston drop down the ranks, the American was once the primary participant to bust when his shove with As3s over the outlet guess from Mateos noticed the Spaniard name it off with AdTs. The board of AhQhJd9s8s gave Mateos a became instantly and despatched Tilston house for a end result value $632,124.

With 4 gamers left, Mateos now had greater than the remainder of the desk blended. It was once Ben Heath who busted the following participant, alternatively, as Seth Davies busted in fourth for $930,791. Davies shoved from the small blind with Ac7c and Heath known as it off from the large blind with JsJd. The 10-high board produced no drama and play was once three-handed.

After a duration of play that noticed Heath and Mateos combat for the lead, buying and selling it on a number of events, Kincaid hit the rail when his 9s9h was once no fit for Mateos’ AdAh at the ace-high board. Kincaid, who were so much shorter previous within the tournament, cashed for an outstanding $1.3m.

Heads-up, Heath was once taking a look at a 2:1 deficit to triumph over, however he was once not able to take action in a last hand that noticed Mateos’ QsTc excellent on a board of 7c6d5sQh2s towards Ben Heath’s 5d3d. Heath cashed for $2 million, however Mateos’ victory was once value $3.26 million, the largest money of an already astounding profession on the reside felt the place he has now gained over $25 million.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #82 $250,000 Tremendous Top Curler Ultimate Desk Effects:

  1. Adrian Mateos – $3,265,262
  2. Ben Heath – $2,018,148
  3. John Kincaid – $1,370,575
  4. Seth Davies – $930,791
  5. Keith Tilston – $632,124

Ausmus Denies Bracelet To Each Hellmuth and Negreanu

A ding-dong combat noticed Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu each simply fail to see glory as Jeremy Ausmus gained his 3rd WSOP bracelet on the direct expense of his two highly-decorated fighters.

The overall desk of 9 kicked off with the departure of Veselin Karakitukov, who was once the primary participant to win a six-figure rating for his or her efforts, his money value $108,753. After the go out of Ben Lamb in 8th position, Josh Arieh busted in 7th, that means he wanted Hellmuth to not win with a view to care for his position on the best of the WSOP Participant of the Yr leaderboard.

That came about, however no longer ahead of a duration of play when gamers had been three-handed the place every guy had the lead. Hellmuth looked as if it would have the entire momentum at one degree, however Daniel Negreanu was once the thorn in his aspect. The similar was once true in opposite as at one level, Negreanu handiest had to fade the river to do away with his previous frenemy in 3rd position. As a substitute, the Poker Brat survived with a miracle at the river, resulting in Hellmuth going to his rail whooping within the Thunderdome. Negreanu, pissed off on the ignored alternative, tipped his chair over in disgust.

The Canadian would bust quickly after, however Hellmuth nonetheless had paintings to do with a view to declare the bracelet. He was once not able to take action, getting it all-in with two pair on a flop of 9c7d6s the place Ausmus had flopped the instantly. That held via flip and river as Hellmuth noticed his hopes of a complete space disappear and goals of that seventeenth WSOP bracelet move with it. The race for 2021 WSOP Participant of the 12 months seems to be prone to move to the general tournament, with Arieh making Day 2 of the $50,000 NLHE Tournament and Hellmuth wanting to overdue reg and run deep to take the highest of the leaderboard.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #84 $50,000 PLO Top Curler Ultimate Desk Effects:

  1. Jeremy Ausmus – $1,188,918
  2. Phil Hellmuth – $734,807
  3. Daniel Negreanu – $519,764
  4. Alexander Pedersen – $376,376
  5. Laszlo Bujtas – $279,168
  6. Jared Bleznick – $212,223
  7. Josh Arieh – $165,452
  8. Ben Lamb – $132,370
  9. Veselin Karakitukov – $108,753

Jason Koon Leads The $50K Top Curler

Within the $50,000-entry NLHE Top Curler Tournament #85, Jason Koon bagged the largest stack as some superstars of the felt amassed in his slipstream.

With 35 gamers surviving from the 101 entries that took phase, Koon’s stack of two,405,000 is forward of fellow first-time WSOP bracelet winner in 2021, Ole Schemion (1,760,000). With greats reminiscent of Stephen Chidwick (1,700,000), Shaun Deeb (1,650,000), Dan Smith (1,450,000) and Mikita Badziakouski (1,325,000) all within the best 10, there are going to be fireworks on Day 2, with Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu each prone to check in as a part of the overdue reg frenzy this is conceivable ahead of Day 2 begins.

With Michael Addamo (1,145,000) 8 in chips and previous WSOP Primary Tournament champ Joe McKeehen (610,000) and WSOP Participant of the Yr chief Josh Arieh (570,000) all in with a really perfect shout of victory sitting within the best 20 stacks, there was once no position within the Day 2 seat draw for Nick Petrangelo, Elio Fox, Sergio Aido, Dario Sammartino, Anthony Zinno, Brian Rast, Dominik Nitsche, Ben Heath, Scott Seiver, Sam Grafton or Fedor Holz.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #85 $50,000 NLHE Top Curler Most sensible 10 Chipcounts:

  1. Jason Koon – 2,405,000
  2. Ole Schemion – 1,760,000
  3. Stephen Chidwick – 1,700,000
  4. Shaun Deeb – 1,650,000
  5. Ranganath Kanchi – 1,565,000
  6. Dan Smith – 1,450,000
  7. Mikita Badziakouski – 1,325,000
  8. Michael Addamo – 1,145,000
  9. Darren Elias – 1,144,000
  10. John Brooks – 1,085,000

The Nearer Prepares To Close It Down

After all, on Day 1b of The Nearer, the $1,500-buy-in tournament noticed Alex Kulev bag the largest stack with a mammoth stack of two,685,000. He’s transparent of Giorgiy Skhulukhiya (2,425,000) in 2d position however even additional forward of Marc Lange (1,320,000) in 3rd position.

Gamers reminiscent of Leo Margets (1,300,000), Ryan Riess (1,070,000), Cherish Andrews (600,000), Landon Tice (330,000), and Melanie Weisner (280,000) all made the reduce for Day 2, which is able to see 61 gamers battle the entire method from seven tables to the bracelet, with stars reminiscent of Bertrand ‘ElkY’ Grospellier, Ari Engel, Felipe Ramos, and Joseph Cheong all lacking out on grabbing end-of-day stacks on Day 1b of the development.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #83 The Nearer Day 1b Most sensible 10 Chipcounts:

  1. Alex Kulev – 2,685,000
  2. Giorgiy Skhulukhiya – 2,425,000
  3. Marc Lange – 1,320,000
  4. Steven Steinmetz – 1,300,000
  5. Leo Margets – 1,300,000
  6. Ryan Riess – 1,070,000
  7. Noah Bronstein – 1,010,000
  8. Michael Wang – 1,010,000
  9. Jonathan Borenstein – 960,000
  10. Mitchell Halverson – 930,000

Landon Tice grabbed a bag, and whilst he was once doing so, he couldn’t assist however admit to being partial to the Poker Brat.

 

Author: Bradley Watson