WSOP Day 33 Evaluate: Anatolii Zyrin and Brian Yoon Each Declare WSOP Bracelets

An enormous day came about on Day 33 of the 2021 International Sequence of Poker on the Rio as Brian Yoon and Anatolii Zyrin each claimed bracelets throughout a mammoth consultation the place seven tournaments both concluded or started transferring in opposition to crowning a champion.

Anatolii Zyrin claimed his 2d WSOP bracelet as he closed out the $400-entry Colossus tournament to win a large $314,705. Zyrin began the overall 9 within the chasing pack reasonably than on the most sensible of the chipcounts, however after early exits for avid gamers equivalent to Lithuanian professional vincas Tamasauskas, Penh Lo and Eric Kim, the winner started ploughing during the box.

With 5 avid gamers left, Zyrin went on a rampage to climb to the highest of the counts, and whilst the person with essentially the most chips as ultimate desk play started, Michael Lee, did his perfect to forestall the Russian, not anything may just save you Zyrin successful thru. As Lee driven arduous to win his first bracelet, he left himself open to Zyrin’s counter-punching poker and the Russian’s brilliantly disguised flush took down Lee within the ultimate hand to verify victory.

WSOP 2021 Match #55 $400 Colossus
Position Participant Nation Prize
1st Anatolii Zyrin Russia $314,705
2nd Michael Lee U.S.A. $194,450
3rd Kevin Rand U.S.A. $147,595
4th Phuoc Nguyen U.S.A. $112,730
5th David Ripley U.S.A. $86,650
6th Eric Kim U.S.A. $67,025
7th Martin Gavasci Argentina $51,180
8th Vincas Tamasauskas Lithuania $40,885
9th Penh Lo U.S.A. $32,240
Anatolii Zyrin gained his 2d WSOP bracelet, taking down the $400-entry Colossus for over $314,000!

Within the $10,000-entry 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw ultimate, Brian Yoon in the end overcame Danny Wong to take his fourth WSOP bracelet and sign up for some stellar corporate on that overall. With Mike Thorpe busting in 8th position, two extra American citizens departed with the eliminations of Jordan Siegel and Brandon Shack-Harris, who loved but every other money all the way through a sequence the place he has infrequently been clear of the felt.

Ultimately, after Joao Vieira busted in 5th position, Yoon and Wong gave the impression on a collision path and so it proved, despite the fact that a protracted length of play with 3 ultimate noticed each avid gamers duke it out for hours with Wil Wilkinson, who would in the end bow out in 3rd.

Heads-up, Wong nonetheless had a lead over Yoon, however the latter used all his nous to get the process finished and closed out the victory in taste, claiming his fourth WSOP bracelet and $240,341 for successful Match #57, with Wong having to console himself with the runner-up prize of $148,341.

WSOP 2021 Match #57 $10,000 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw
Position Participant Nation Prize
1st Brian Yoon U.S.A. $240,341
2nd Danny Wong U.S.A. $148,341
3rd Wil Wilkinson U.S.A. $104,381
4th Don Nguyen U.S.A. $74,939
5th Joao Vieira Portugal $54,993
6th Brandon Shack-Harris U.S.A. $41,270
7th Jordan Siegel U.S.A. $31,690
8th Mike Thorpe U.S.A. $24,910

On Day 2 of the $50,000-entry Poker Gamers Championship, Paul Volpe ended the day most sensible of the chipcounts, main by means of round 100,000 chips from Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates. Cates, who has infrequently performed International Sequence occasions over the last few years, added a component of randomness to complaints and bagged up 944,000, no longer some distance at the back of Volpe’s stack of one,0192,000.

Numerous different giant names made the highest 10 chipcounts with George Alexander (820,000), Brian Rast (790,000) and Nick Schulman (723,000) all playing successful days on the felt. Of the 35 avid gamers who survived Day 2 and made it previous past due registration, Day 1 chip chief Bryce Yockey (510,000), Eli Elezra (700,000), 2021 WSOP crusher Anthony Zinno (415,000), and Daniel Negreanu, (655,000) all had superb days on the felt, particularly Negreanu, who nearly multiplied his stack by means of ten on the shut of the motion.

Others who couldn’t make the minimize incorporated Benny Glaser, Shaun Deeb, Frank Kassela, George Wolff, Michael Mizrachi and Phil Hellmuth, who entered past due on Day 2, simplest to bust out in an emotional defeat for the Poker Brat, who nonetheless sits within the most sensible 5 in this yr’s WSOP Participant of the 12 months leaderboard.

WSOP 2021 Match #60 $50,000 Poker Gamers Championship
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Paul Volpe U.S.A. 1,092,000
2nd Dan Cates U.S.A. 944,000
3rd Adam Friedman U.S.A. 913,000
4th Alex Livingston Canada 872,000
5th Chris Vitch U.S.A. 849,000
6th George Alexander U.S.A. 820,000
7th Brian Rast U.S.A. 790,000
8th Yuval Bronshtein Israel 775,000
9th Chad Campbell U.S.A. 764,000
10th Nick Schulman U.S.A. 723,000

The $1,000-entry Tremendous Seniors reached simply 65 avid gamers on Day 2 as David Slaughter bagged the chip lead in spectacular type. He completed the day on 1,835,000 chips, marginally greater than Randall Bolick 91,755,000) and Invoice Stabler (1,725,000), with avid gamers such Sammy Farha (66th for $3,678), Dan Shak (97th for $2,583) and James Hess (218th for $1,756) all cashing at the day however making it no additional.

WSOP 2021 Match #58 $1,000 Tremendous Seniors
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st David Slaughter U.S.A. 1,835,000
2nd Randall Bolick U.S.A. 1,755,000
3rd Invoice Stabler U.S.A. 1,725,000
4th Reginald Powell U.S.A. 1,565,000
5th Andrew Bodewin U.S.A. 1,355,000
6th Jean-Luc Adam France 1,140,000
7th Robert Chow U.S.A. 1,100,000
8th David Smith U.S.A. 1,080,000
9th Steve Miller U.S.A. 1,025,000
10th Joseph Neiman U.S.A. 975,000

Within the $1,000-entry Tag Crew Match #59, Michael Newman and Robert Ormont prevailed with the chip lead as the overall ten puts had been reached, with simply the next day’s ultimate desk to return.

Gamers equivalent to Jeff Platt and Brent Hanks in addition to Melanie Weisner and Xuan Liu each busted, however various entertaining {couples} stay with Holly Babbitt & Michael Babbit (1,345,000) and Amanda Botfeld & David Botfeld (790,000) each nonetheless in with an opportunity of victory.

WSOP 2021 Match #59 $1,000 Tag Crew
Place Gamers Chips
1st Michael Newman & Robert Ormont 2,960,000
2nd Tomer Wolf & David Landell 1,900,000
3rd Mike Ruter & Samy Dighlawi 1,700,000
4th Holly Babbitt & Michael Babbitt 1,345,000
5th Alfie Adam & Vidur Sethi 1,315,000
6th Benjamin Miner & Dmitriy Uskach 1,065,000
7th Zachary Erdwurm & Steven Jones 850,000
8th Amanda Botfeld & David Botfeld 790,000
9th Scott Johnston & Bob Fisher 455,000
10th Mike Lutz & Matt Krebs 430,000

In Match #61, the $600 Deepstack Championship, Robert Hankins ended Day 1 play with the lead, bagging up 868,000, just a bit greater than Samuel Taylor (838,000) and Radoslav Stoyanov (830,000), with 3,916 entrants whittled down to simply 588 making the cash and simplest 448 surviving the day as an entire.

WSOP 2021 Match #61 $600 Deepstack Championship
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Robert Hankins U.S.A. 868,000
2nd Samuel Taylor U.S.A. 838,000
3rd Radoslav Stoyanov Bulgaria 830,000
4th Dhaval Mudgal India 786,000
5th Justin Arnwine U.S.A. 779,000
6th Kc Vaughan U.S.A. 743,000
7th Matas Budginas U.S.A. 719,000
8th Ping Liu U.S.A. 702,000
9th Nissar Quraishi U.S.A. 687,000
10th Alan Ferraro Italy 686,000

In any case, Match #62, the $1,500-entry PLO8 tournament noticed a marathon 15 ranges of play, with Jap participant Tsugunari Toma totalling 1,076,000 chips, an excellent stack taking into account his nearest challenger is Steve Chanthabouasy with 393,000 chips.

Large names to crack the highest 10 of the 113 avid gamers who survived from 725 entries incorporated Michael Trivett (342,000), Nathan Gamble 9328,000) and Andrew Yeh (318,000), all of whom will method the duty of taking down Toma with urge for food on Day 2.

WSOP 2021 Match #62 $1,500 PLO Omaha Hello-Lo 8 or Higher
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Tsugunari Toma Japan 1,076,000
2nd Steve Chanthabouasy U.S.A. 393,000
3rd Paul Holder U.S.A. 380,000
4th Maury Barrett U.S.A. 373,000
5th Michael Trivett U.S.A. 342,000
6th Raymond Henson U.S.A. 339,000
7th Sean Remz U.S.A. 333,000
8th Nathan Gamble U.S.A. 328,000
9th Andrew Yeh U.S.A. 318,000
10th Dustin Dirksen U.S.A. 314,000

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Author: Bradley Watson