WSOP Day 48 Assessment – Aldemir Forward as Major Tournament Reaches Ultimate Day, Hastings and Moses Each Wins Bracelets

An enormous day of motion on the Global Sequence of Poker noticed Day 48 of the collection happen, with Koray Aldemir main from begin to end within the WSOP Major Tournament as 9 grew to become to 3 at the penultimate day of the arena’s greatest poker match.

The overall desk started with 9 avid gamers after Hollywood megastar Vince Vaughn introduced “Shuffle up and deal!”, nevertheless it wasn’t lengthy ahead of Chase Bianchi was the primary participant to bust. After Jareth East adopted go well with quickly after, Argentinian DJ Alejandro Lococo made his departure in a impressive hand the place Koray Alademir flopped a complete space to develop his chip lead much more.

After former chip chief Hye Park busted in 6th position, it was once Turkish participant Ozgur Secilmis who busted in 5th position. With the general 4 avid gamers desiring yet another to bust to achieve the ultimate trio of the match, Joshua Remitio left in fourth position to look Koray Aldemir bag the most important stack heading into the general.

With 264 million chips, Aldemir has triple the stack of Jack Oliver and 5 ties the chips that Holmes does as only one consultation of poker stands between him and without equal poker victory.
You’ll be able to watch all of the motion from an incredible day throughout the Thunderdome on the Rio proper right here:

WSOP 2021 Tournament #67 $10,000 Major Tournament
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Koray Aldemir Germany 264,600,000
2nd Jack Oliver U.S.A. 77,300,000
3rd George Holmes U.Okay. 57,400,000
Prize
4th Joshua Remitio U.S.A. $2,300,000
5th Ozgur Secilmis Turkey $1,800,000
6th Hye Park U.S.A. $1,400,000
7th Alejandro Lococo Argentina $1,225,000
8th Jareth East U.Okay. $1,100,000
9th Chase Bianchi U.S.A. $one million

In Tournament #70, David Moses noticed out a impressive victory within the $888-entry Loopy Eights tournament, toppling Sejin Park heads-up. Identified to buddies because the ‘World Grinch’, Moses would as an alternative be beaming with satisfaction as he posed for photos together with his new WSOP bracelet, one thing handiest Park and Georgios Sotiropoulos had up to now performed on the ultimate desk.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #70 $888 Loopy Eights
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st David Moses U.S.A. $888,888
2nd Sejin Park South Korea $400,888
3rd Timo Kamphues Germany $200,888
4th Paul Fehlig U.S.A. $134,888
5th Leonid Yanovski Israel $102,888
6th Georgios Sotiropoulos Greece $79,888
7th Joseph Liberta U.S.A. $61,888
8th Farhad Davoudzadeh U.S.A. $47,888

Within the $10,000-entry Stud Hello-Lo Championship, Brian Hastings gained an implausible 5th WSOP bracelet as he denied Ian O’Hara heads-up to forestall the younger participant from profitable his first WSOP gold. With Hastings entering the general day ultimate of the 4 in chips, he set about ploughing via the remainder avid gamers.

Out in fourth was once Scott Seiver, who left for the primary six-figure payout of the match ahead of in a single day chip chief Yuval Bronshtein crashed out in 3rd. Heads-up, O’Hara had a slight lead, however Hastings took his time and slowly were given himself into the lead ahead of last it out in taste. In profitable bracelet quantity 5, the 33-year-old was handiest the twenty ninth participant in historical past to take action.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #73 $10,000 Stud Hello-Lo Championship
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Brian Hastings U.S.A. $352,958
2nd Ian O’Hara U.S.A. $218,144
3rd Yuval Bronshtein Israel $151,460
4th Scott Seiver U.S.A. $107,967
5th Marco Johnson U.S.A. $79,073
6th John Monnette U.S.A. $59,545
7th Erik Seidel U.S.A. $46,140
8th Gary Benson Australia $36,821

Russian professional Denis Strebkov took down Tournament #74 to win $117,898 and his 2d WSOP bracelet as he were given the simpler of Jerry Wong heads-up. With Stebkov maintaining the chip lead entering the motion, he applied a large stack to wield most energy over his fighters and his momentum helped him shut it out with a flush heads-up pivotal to the Russian’s probabilities.

Having sacrificed his lead as soon as, it wasn’t going to occur once more and the redoubtable Strebkov redoubled his efforts, sooner or later making 3 eights in PLO8 to clinch the crown and his 2d bracelet of what’s already an outstanding poker profession.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #74 $2,500 Large Guess Combine
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Denis Strebkov Russia $117,898
2nd Jerry Wong U.S.A. $72,868
3rd Pearce Arnold U.S.A. $48,864
4th Richard Bai U.S.A. $33,583
5th Shanmukha Meruga U.S.A. $23,670
6th Patrik Ciklamini Slovakia $17,119
7th Hooman Nizad U.S.A. $12,715

In Tournament #76, there was once a French winner as Romain Lewis win his first WSOP bracelet through taking down the Tremendous Turbo Bounty tournament which value $10,000 to go into. Lewis took down a stacked ultimate desk very quickly in any respect as he decimated the desires of a few superstars alongside the way in which, comparable to Dario Sammartino, who completed 6th for $76,442.

With the shut name of Stephen Chidwick completing 3rd for $200,598, Lewis took the identify in opposition to Indian participant Aditya Agarwal heads-up after a excellent fight noticed the French rail pass loopy and the modest skilled succeed in a lifelong dream.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #76 $10,000 Tremendous Turbo Bounty
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Romain Lewis France $463,885
2nd Aditya Agarwal India $286,705
3rd Stephen Chidwick U.Okay. $200,598
4th Uri Reichenstein Israel $142,840
5th Barth Melius U.S.A. $103,547
6th Dario Sammartino Italy $76,442
7th Yevgeniy Timoshenko Ukraine $57,489
8th Haribhai Gopaul U.S.A. $44,060

Renmei Liu leads the sector after starting the day with the most important stack on Day 2 of the$1,500-entry Freezeout tournament. With an enormous stack of seven.1 million chips, the Canadian Liu holds the benefit over U.S. participant Nicholas Hubers (5.6 million) and Brazilian Kaue De Souza (4.5m) heading into the general day. There have been exits at the day for David Pham, Mike Watson, Joao Vieira and Tom Koral.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #75 $1,500 Freezeout NLHE
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Renmei Liu Canada 7,100,000
2nd Nicholas Hubers U.S.A. 5,600,000
3rd Kaue De Souza Brazil 4,540,000
4th Chad Himmelspach U.S.A. 4,000,000
5th Tarun Gulati U.S.A. 3,080,000
6th Ori Hasson Israel 3,020,000
7th Stefan Reiser Germany 1,985,000
8th Seth Evans U.S.A. 925,000

On Day 1 of the $1,500-entry FIFTY STACK tournament, Ryan Depaulo bagged up the most important stack as he crowned the leaderboard with over 2.7 million chips after an implausible day on the felt. With simply 226 avid gamers of the 1,501 who entered making the cash, handiest 114 avid gamers survived the day.

The next day to come’s Day 2 will see avid gamers fight all the way down to the general desk as the highest prize of $321,917 looms ever nearer and we discover out who can have the most productive shot at profitable the most recent gold WSOP bracelet.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #77 $1,500 FIFTY STACK
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Ryan Depaulo U.S.A. 2,735,000
2nd Craig Burke Eire 2,080,000
3rd John Gorsuch U.S.A. 1,525,000
4th Valentyn Shabelnyk Ukraine 1,490,000
5th Kevin Theodore U.S.A. 1,410,000
6th Roongsak Griffeth U.S.A. 1,375,000
7th Garrett Beckman U.S.A. 1,375,000
8th Ron Moisescu Israel 1,375,000
9th Scott Corridor U.S.A. 1,280,000
10th Ryan Hiller U.S.A. 1,275,000

In any case, in Tournament #78 at the agenda, Australian poker legend Jeff Lisandro (270,500) bagged up a larger stack than Phil Hellmuth (237,500) and Brian Hastings (212,000) because the $10,000 Razz Championship kicked off with some terrific exponents of the craft assembly on the felt.

With others comparable to Jordan Siegel (200,000) and Max Pescatori (178,500) each making the highest 10, others like Allen Kessler, Ryan Riess, Chris Moorman, Shaun Deeb and Adrian Mateos all departed at the opening day of the development.

WSOP 2021 Tournament #78 $10,000 Razz Championship
Place Participant Nation Chips
1st Jeff Lisandro Australia 270,500
2nd Phil Hellmuth U.S.A. 237,500
3rd Brian Hastings U.S.A. 212,000
4th Nicolai Morris U.S.A. 209,000
5th Jordan Siegel U.S.A. 200,000
6th Chip Jett U.S.A. 184,000
7th Max Pescatori Italy 178,500
8th Adam Owen U.Okay. 178,000
9th Erik Sagstrom Sweden 175,500
10th Shane Littlefield U.S.A. 173,000

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Author: Bradley Watson