WSOP 2021: PokerGuru Ambassador Kartik Ved Some of the Most sensible Stacks After Day 1 of Tournament #7… – PokerGuru

The 2021 International Sequence of Poker (WSOP) – the sector`s greatest and maximum in depth poker event collection – is only a week clear of wrapping up. The Indian participation on the WSOP has been reasonably smaller this yr owing to the COVID-19 similar go back and forth restriction. Regardless of the smaller numbers, our Indian challengers have piled on important ratings, and hopes of a bracelet victory shine vibrant.

Monday`s height tale was once certainly that of India’s poker pioneer Aditya Agarwal making the overall desk of Event #76: $10K Super Turbo Bounty. Essentially the most seasoned participant from India so far as the WSOP is worried, Agarwal is nearer than ever earlier than to say the gold for India as he chip leads the seven finalists returning on Day 2.

Agarwal’s protégé and any other go-getter from Crew PokerGuru – Kartik Ved (523,000) – is within the reckoning to win a 2d WSOP bracelet. The PokerGuru Staking trainer was once a number of the 1,191 gamers who signed up for Tournament #75: $1,500 Freezeout NLHE and bagged the 7th maximum huge stack amongst 118 survivors.

Kartik Ved

 

Canada’s Rennei Liu (889,000), Bin Liu (610,000), and Asi Moshe (604,000) crowned the day-end chip counts.

Kartik Ved is not any rookie on the WSOP. He is likely one of the 5 Indians to have cracked the top-100 within the WSOP Primary Tournament and placed 51st in the marquee event in 2019 for $173,015 (~₹1.18 Crores). Ved is chasing his 2d profession bracelet, having received Event #64: $840 Turbo Bounty NLHE remaining yr for a whopping $234,433 (~₹1.76 Crore).

On the other hand, as two bracelet sweats advanced for Crew India as of late, any other ended as Day 2 qualifiers Sumit Sapra (52nd for $7,255 – ₹5.40 Lakhs), Shashank Jain (145th for $2,920 – ₹2.17 Lakhs), and Younger Gun Siddharth Karia (219th for $2,762 – ₹2.05 Lakhs) exited Tournament #70: $888 Loopy Eights.

Sumit Sapra, Shashank Jain and Siddharth Karia
Sumit Sapra, Shashank Jain and Siddharth Karia

 

There are most effective six gamers left status within the tournament, and Leonid Yanovski (62,200,000 – 31 BBs), David Moses (49,100,000 – 25 BBs), and Paul Fehlig (48,700,000 – 24 BBs) function a number of the height 3 contenders for the bracelet.

In different updates, Tournament #67: $10K Primary Tournament International Championship performed down its nine-handed ultimate desk, with Germany’s Koray Aldemir preserving a commanding chip lead (175 BBs). Aldemir may be probably the most achieved title a number of the 2021 “November 9” and is chasing his career-first WSOP bracelet.

Tournament #74: $2,500 Blended Large Wager may be fast-moving against end result. Day 2 was once scheduled first of all 92 survivors from a 212-entry box. On the other hand, Dan Zack surrendered his stack, saying he had advanced COVID-19 signs and would no longer be enjoying. The 91-player box whittled down to only 14 runners over the ten hours of play, and Russia’s Denis Strebkov (1,402,000) bagged the end-of-day chip lead. Shanmukha Meruga

(877,000) and the 2018 champion of this tournament, Scott Bohlman (827,000), whole the travel of height stacks for Day 3.

The 11 survivors in Tournament #73: $10,000 Stud Hello-Lo Championship sat down for Day 3 on Monday. By the point the play was once halted, most effective 4 remained in competition. Yuval Bronshtein (3,320,000) is within the driving force’s seat, and Ian O’ Hara (2,120,000), Scott Seiver (1,665,000), Brian Hastings (1,535,000) are others vying for the WSOP bracelet.

 

Tournament 70: $888 Loopy Eights – Day 2

Day 2 of Tournament #70: $888 Loopy Eights NLHE took off with 237 survivors from a beginning box of five,252 gamers. From there, it took 17 ranges of play earlier than the overall six gamers bagged up for the overall day.

Main the gang is Leonid Yanovski (62,200,000 – 31 BBs), with David Moses (49,100,000 – 25 BBs) and Paul Fehlig (48,700,000 – 24 BBs) wearing the opposite height stacks into the overall day.

The trio of Indian gamers, Sumit Sapra, Shashank Jain, and Younger Gun Siddharth Karia, had additionally complicated to Day 2, and they all fell in need of the overall desk.

Sapra ran the private from the group, completing 52nd for $7,255 (~₹5.40 Lakhs). Sapra misplaced maximum of his stack to Nolan Brower in Degree 28, the place his pocket fives couldn`t fit as much as the latter’s cowboys. He was once not able to get well after that and fell out.

Shashank Jain (145th for $2,920 – ₹2.17 Lakhs) and Siddharth Karia (219th for $2,762 – ₹2.05 Lakhs) featured a number of the early eliminations of the day.

All of the 237 returning gamers earned payouts. The notables amongst them integrated Dylan Wilkerson (51st for $7,255), Aaron Massey (eighty fifth forr $3,830), Eric Siegel (91st for $3,830), Natural8 Ambassador Phachara Wongwichit (124th for $3,330), Landon Tice (one hundred and thirtieth for $3,330), Former WSOP champions Vangelic Kaimakarnis (158th for $2,920), Eric Stanley Baldwin (159th for $2,920), Michael Lech (a hundred and seventy fifth for $2,920), Alan Sternberg (178th for $2,920) and Ran Koller (218th for $2,762).

Joseph Liberta (seventh for $61,888) was once the remaining participant to fall on Monday.

All six gamers have locked up a minimum of $79,888 and can go back to play right down to a winner on Tuesday. There’s a gold bracelet and an $888,891 height prize reserved for the eventual champion!

Leonid Yanovski
Leonid Yanovski

 

Ultimate Desk Chip Counts

  1. Leonid Yanovski – 62,200,000 (31 BBs)
  2. David Moses – 49,100,000 (25 BBs)
  3. Paul Fehlig – 48,700,000 (24 BBs)
  4. Georgios Sotiropoulos – 21,800,000 (11 BBs)
  5. Sejin Park – 14,600,000 (7 BBs)
  6. Timo Kamphues – 7,400,000 (4 BBs)

 

Tournament #73: $10,000 Stud Hello-Lo Championship

Day 3 of Tournament #73: $10,000 Stud Hello-Lo Championship had 11 qualifiers from a beginning box of 144 gamers within the fray. It took slightly over an hour of play for the nine-handed ultimate desk to be shaped.

Yuval Bronshtein (3,320,000) bagged the in a single day chip lead. Ian O’ Hara (2,120,000), three-time bracelet winner Scott Seiver (1,665,000), and four-time bracelet winner Brian Hastings (1,535,000) are the opposite contenders eyeing the bracelet and the $352,958 up-top.

The removal of Day 2 chip chief Marco Johnson (fifth for $79,073), four-time bracelet winner John Monnette (sixth for $59,545), nine-time bracelet winner Erik Seidel (seventh for $46,140), Day 1 chip chief Gary Benson (eighth for $36,821), and four-time bracelet winner Josh Arieh (ninth for $30,290) signaled the tip of the day’s play.

Ahmed Mohamed (tenth for $25,708) and Brett Richey (eleventh for $25,708) have been the opposite two gamers who fell throughout the day.

The 4 finalists reconvene at 2 PM (native time) on Tuesday, November 16 to play right down to a winner.

Yuval Bronshtein
Yuval Bronshtein

 

Ultimate 4 Chip Counts

  1. Yuval Bronshtein – 3,320,000
  2. Ian O’Hara – 2,120,000
  3. Scott Seiver – 1,665,000
  4. Brian Hastings – 1,535,000

 

Tournament #74: $2,500 Large Wager Combine – Day 2

Tournament #69: $2,500 Blended Large Wager had logged in a 212-entry box, and 92 survivors have been because of go back on Day 2. On the other hand, Dan Zack, suspecting COVID-19 signs, surrendered his stack, bringing the Day 2 beginning box to 91.

Following 10 hours of play, most effective 14 gamers made the minimize. Russia’s Denis Strebkov (1,402,000) catapulted into the chip lead against the tip of the play after flopping a suite of aces vs. Anmon Filipppi’s set of kings.

Shanmukha Meruga (877,000), the 2018 champion of the development, Scott Bohlman (827,000), Noah Boeken (455,000, Jon Turner (415,000), and Jerry Wong (355,000) are the opposite gamers who stay in competition.

Ray Henson (18th for $6,153), partypoker Ambassador Yuri Dzivielevski (twentieth for $5,121), James Chen (twenty first for $5,121), John Racener (twenty fourth for $5,121), Michael Binger (twenty eighth for $4,481), and Jake Schwartz (thirty first for $4,097) have been some outstanding gamers who cashed the development.

On Tuesday, the overall desk reconvenes at 2 PM (native time), the place one of the most six finalists will win the bracelet and the $117,898 up-top.

Dennis Strebkov
Dennis Strebkov

 

Most sensible 10 Chip Counts on the Finish of Day 2

  1. Denis Strebkov – 1,402,000
  2. Shanmukha Meruga – 877,000
  3. Scott Bohlman – 827,000
  4. Hooman Nizad – 512,000
  5. Patrik Ciklamini – 498,000
  6. Anthony Ribeiro – 479,000
  7. Noah Boeken – 455,000
  8. Jon Turner – 415,000
  9. Asher Decrease – 375,000
  10. Amnon Filippi – 371,000

 

Tournament #75: $1,500 Freezeout NLHE

Day 1 of Tournament #75: $1,500 Freezeout NLHE recorded a 1,191-player beginning box. And after the stipulated 17 ranges of play, most effective 118 complicated via to Day 2.

Canada’s Rennei Liu (889,000) bagged the day-end chip lead, with Bin Liu (610,000), Asi Moshe (604,000), David Pham (572,000), and Stefan Reiser (537,000) a number of the different height stacks.

In additional certain information for Crew India, the bracelet-winning PokerGuru Ambassador Kartik Ved (523,000) bagged the seventh-largest stack of the day.

Notables who busted throughout the day’s play integrated four-time bracelet winner Josh Arieh, three-time bracelet winners Barry Greenstein, Ryan Leng, two-time bracelet winners Barny Boatman, Barry Shulman, Tony Dunst, and one-time bracelet winners Anthony Marquez, John Gorsuch, Dejuante Alexander, Daniel Strelitz, Phil Laak, Mike Ruter, Robert Kuhn, Stephen Tune, Daniel Smiljkovic, Craig Varnell, Benjamin Moon, and Ryan Depaulo.

The development can pay out 179 puts with a min-cash value $2,408.

Most sensible 10 Chip Counts on the Finish of Day 1

  1. Rennei Liu – 889,000
  2. Bin Liu – 610,000
  3. Asi Moshe – 604,000
  4. David Pham – 572,000
  5. Stefan Reiser – 537,000
  6. Armin Rezaei – 529,000
  7. Kartik Ved – 523,000
  8. Nicholas Hubers – 510,000
  9. Naor Slobodskoy – 505,000
  10. Artan Dedusha – 504,000

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Author: Bradley Watson