2021 World Series of Poker

Event #17: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 2
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Resultados Finais
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Event Info
Informações do Nível
500,000 / 1,000,000
Informações do Jogador - Dia 2
Jogadores Restantes

Weisner Chips Up Early

Melanie Weisner just dragged a sizable pot in a blind versus blind battle.

In the big blind, Weisner called a raise to 3,000 from her opponent in the small blind.

On the flop of {j-Diamonds}{q-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}, the small blind led out for 4,000 and Weisner called.

The turn brought the {3-Clubs} and Weisner called a bet of 8,000.

On the river {6-Hearts} Weisner faced a bet of 22,000. She quickly flicked in a chip to her opponent's dismay.

Weisner showed {q-Spades}{7-Spades}, and her top pair was good to add a healthy boost to her stack.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Melanie Weisner us
Melanie Weisner
161,000 68,000

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Moorman Among Early Eliminations

Chris Moorman
Chris Moorman

Chris Moorman was just seen exiting the Pavilion room after being eliminated early in the day.

According to his now former tablemates, Jorge Salman raised on the button into Moorman's big blind. Moorman moved all-in and Salman called.

Chris Moorman: {k-Spades}{q-Spades}
Jorge Salman: {a-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}

Moorman flopped top pair on {k-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}, but had to fade a flush draw, which came in on the turn with the {9-Diamonds}, and Moorman's day was done.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Jorge Salman US
Jorge Salman
230,000 28,500
Chris Moorman gb
Chris Moorman

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Mazzola Eliminates Weber

Christopher Weber was all in from early position, and had been called by Alexander Mazzola in the big blind.

Weber: {9-Spades}{9-Diamonds}
Mazzola: {j-Clubs}{j-Spades}

The board ran out {5-Hearts}{7-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}{a-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}, making Weber one of the day's first eliminations, and giving Mazzola an abover average stack. Also at the table was former November Niner Kenny Hallaert, who sits with just under 200,000 in chips.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Kenny Hallaert be
Kenny Hallaert
Alexander Mazzola us
Alexander Mazzola
146,000 44,000
Christopher Weber us
Christopher Weber

1,174 Return for Day 2 of Millionaire Maker

Yiming Li
Yiming Li

The final 1,174 players who survived Days 1a and 1b of WSOP Event #17: $1,500 Millionaire Maker will all be together today for Day 2, battling into the money at 10:00 am local time.

Day 1a chip leader Yiming Li (487,000) and Day 1b chip leader Stephen Song (431,000) will take the two largest stacks into play today, but they’ll be up against plenty of big names from the poker world who survived their opening days including Chance Kornuth (324,000), Faraz Jaka (311,000), Kitty Kuo (276,500), Craig Varnell (265,500), Calvin Anderson (246,500), Samantha Abernathy (229,500), Koray Aldemir (228,500), Tony Miles (201,000), Jonathan Jaffe (199,000), Kenny Hallaert (194,500), Maria Konnikova (182,000), Ryan Riess (97,000), Jamie Kerstetter (75,000), Tony Dunst (75,000), and Adrian Mateos (70,000).

Song is no stranger to navigating large field No-Limit hold’em events, having won a bracelet in 2019, after defeating almost 2,500 players in a $1,000 event.

Neither is Femi Fashakin, who defeated the largest ever live field of 28,371 entries in 2019’s $500 Big 50 for a bracelet and over $1.1M. We’ll be keeping an eye on him as he takes 103,000 chips into the day.

A few notables will be entering the day with under 20 big blinds and looking to quickly spin up their short stacks, including GG Poker Ambassador and Twitch streamer Kevin Martin (48,000), two-time bracelet winner and online overlord Chris Moorman (40,000), star of ‘Chainsaw Corner’ Allen Kessler (39,500), and bracelet winner and ’04 Main Event runner-up David Williams (39,000).

Play resumes at level 12 with blinds of 1,000/2,500 with a 2,500 big blind ante. Stick close to PokerNews for all your updates from this and every World Series of Poker event from the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

Tags: Adrian MateosAllen KesslerCalvin AndersonChris MoormanCraig VarnellDavid WilliamsFaraz JakaFemi FashakinJamie KerstetterJonathan JaffeKenny HallaertKevin MartinKitty KuoKoray AldemirMaria KonnikovaRyan RiessSamantha AbernathyStephen SongTony DunstTony MilesYiming Li

Event #17: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER No-Limit Hold'em

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