WSOP 2021: Dylan Linde Wins His First Bracelet In Match #21: $1,500 Blended Omaha Hello-Lo or Higher ($170,269)

After over 85 cashes on the WSOP, Dylan Linde in any case were given the monkey off his again. He defeated Hernan Salazar heads-up to win Match #21: $1,500 Blended Omaha Hello-Lo 8 or Higher on the 2021 Global Collection of Poker (WSOP) for a $170,269 coins prize and his career-first gold bracelet.

The preferred three-game structure drew an excellent 641 entries and generated a prize pool of $855,735. The highest 96 puts were given paid with a min-cash value $2,423. Six-time WSOP champion Daniel Negreanu made it to Day 3 however his run for the 7th bracelet led to 18th position for $6,846.

Different notables to coins had been Patrick Tardif (sixteenth for $6,846), Kosei Ichinose (nineteenth for $6,846), Ari Engel (twenty third for $5,627), Ryan Laplante (twenty seventh for $5,627), Derek McMaster (fortieth for $4,079), Max Pescatori (forty sixth for $3,601), Brian Hastings (51st for $3,260), Robert Mizrachi (59th for $3,028), John Monnette (61st for $3,028), Jeremy Harkin (66th for $2,839), and John Racener (83rd for $2,423).

The general desk used to be set after Robert Redman used to be eradicated in 9th position via a collection of queens from David Matsumoto. Michael Lim used to be the primary participant to be eradicated from the overall desk and he used to be busted via Ryan Roeder. Eliminations from that time had been fast. Lance Sobelman (7th position), Ryan Roeder (6th position), Damjan Radanov (5th position), and David Matsumoto (fourth position) all fell inside of lower than two hours. In any case, it got here right down to heads-up with Scott Abrams’ removal.

Linde started the heads-up for the name with over a 9.20 Million stack in opposition to Hernan Salazar`s 6.70 Million. He used to be in a position to increase his lead additional and in any case clinch the name. At the ultimate hand, Linde opened with Advert Ks Qd 7s 3s, and Salazar made the decision with 10s 9d 6d 4c 2s. The flop got here Qs Js 8h. Salazar wager, Linde re-raised and Salazar moved all-in, which Linde known as. The flip 5c and the river 4s finished the board. Linde received the name for a $170,269 prize and his career-first WSOP bracelet.

Ultimate Desk Payouts (USD)

  1. Dylan Linde – $170,269
  2. Hernan Salazar – $105,235
  3. Scott Abrams – $71,651
  4. David Matsumoto – $49,733
  5. Damjan Radanov – $35,204
  6. Ryan Roeder – $25,424
  7. Lance Sobelman – $18,740
  8. Michael Lim – $14,104

 

Author: Bradley Watson