2021 World Series of Poker

Event #43: $1,000 Double Stack
Dias: 2
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Resultados Finais
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações do Nível
600,000 / 1,200,000
Informações do Jogador - Dia 2
Jogadores Restantes

Two Barrels Work For Hinds

Nível 12 : 1,500/3,000, 3,000 ante

John Allan Hinds raised under-the-gun to 6,000 and received four callers including the small blind and the big blind.

The flop came out {7-Spades}{6-Clubs}{k-Hearts} and the action checked to Hinds who continuation bet for 13,000. Only the small blind and the big blind called to see a turn.

The turn came a {3-Clubs} and Hinds bet 40,000. Both the small blind and the big blind quickly folded and Hinds was given the pot.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
John Allan Hinds us
John Allan Hinds
460,000 129,000

Platt Shoves The River

Nível 12 : 1,500/3,000, 3,000 ante
Jeff Platt
Jeff Platt

David Rodwell opened to 8,000 from the lojack and was called by Jeff Platt on the button and the player in the big blind.

The flop came {4-Spades}{j-Hearts}{3-Clubs} and it was checked to Rodwell, who continued for 11,000. Platt asked to see how much he had behind and called. The big blind folded.

Both players checked on the {2-Spades} turn; however, when Rodwell checked again on the {7-Clubs} river, Platt announced he was all in, which was more than enough to put Rodwell all in for his last 25,000 behind.

Rodwell quickly folded and Platt scooped the pot.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Jeff Platt us
Jeff Platt
150,000 150,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
David Rodwell at
David Rodwell
25,000 -95,000

Del Vecchio Folds River

Nível 12 : 1,500/3,000, 3,000 ante

With 66,000 chips in the middle on a board reading {10-Clubs}{3-Clubs}{a-Spades}{q-Hearts}{9-Hearts}, Mike Del Vecchio had bet 29,000 in a heads-up pot.

The opponent responded by going all-in for 150,000 and sending Del Vecchio into the tank. After roughly 30 seconds, Del Vecchio folded his hand giving his opponent the pot.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Mike del Vecchio us
Mike del Vecchio
249,000 249,000

Soik Cracks Bohlman's Aces

Nível 12 : 1,500/3,000, 3,000 ante

Scott Bohlman was all-in preflop for around 70,000 against Drew Soik, who had him covered.

Scott Bohlman: {a-Diamonds}{a-Hearts}
Drew Soik: {j-Hearts}{j-Clubs}

Bohlman was well ahead, but the {6-Spades}{j-Diamonds}{4-Hearts} flop vaulted Soik into the lead with a set of jacks.

The {8-Hearts} turn and {q-Hearts} river failed to improve Bohlman and he was eliminated.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Drew Soik us
Drew Soik
290,000 62,500
Scott Bohlman us
Scott Bohlman
WSOP 1X Winner

Linde Shoves River

Nível 12 : 1,500/3,000, 3,000 ante
Dylan Linde
Dylan Linde

Dylan Linde defended his big blind against a hijack open of 6,000.

The flop came down {2-Clubs}{7-Spades}{4-Hearts} and Linde check-called a bet of 11,500.

The turn came out a {k-Diamonds} and Linde check once more, and his opponent to bet 11,000. Linde responded with a raise to 30,000 which the opponent called.

The river came a {5-Hearts} and Linde went all-in for 104,000 chips. The opponent thought about it briefly before letting his hand go, giving Linde the pot and an early boost to his stack.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Dylan Linde us
Dylan Linde
213,000 43,500
WSOP 1X Winner

Nível: 12

Blinds: 1,500/3,000

Ante: 3,000

Presley Leads The Way; Naets With Another Deep Run

Sylvain Naets (at the 2019 WSOP)
Sylvain Naets (at the 2019 WSOP)

A total of 3,991 entrants played in Event #43: $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold’em, creating a prize pool of $3,551,990 and a first-place prize of $446,983. With the combined fields of Day 1a and Day 1b, the number of players remaining for Day 2 is 1,064.

Leading the way is Terry Presley who bagged up 828,000 chips on Day 1b, most of them courtesy of a massive pot that happened in the last level of the night, where he called for the majority of his stack with a queen-ten of hearts on an ace-high two heart board, completing his flush on the river to make himself one of the chip leaders. The Arkansas native has over $440,000 in lifetime tournament earnings as well as a Heartland Poker Tour title. He will be looking to add his first bracelet for his resume in this event.

The second biggest stack coming into the day is Day 1a’s chip leader Alexander Farahi (742,500). Farahi collected a third-place finish in the Millionaire Maker back in 2017 and is looking at another shot to take a bracelet. Next in chips is Belgian player Sylvain Naets (710,000) who has already cashed four times this world series and is setting himself for another deep run and chance for his first bracelet.

Plenty of bracelet winners remain looking to add one more piece to their collections including four-time bracelet winner Michael Gathy (80,000) and three-time bracelet winners Ryan Leng (182,500) and Barry Greenstein (58,500). Other notables in the field include Tim Reilly (420,000), Dan Sepiol (389,500), Maria Konnikova (208,500), Antoine Saout (155,000), and former Main Event Champions Martin Jacobson (106,500) and Ryan Riess (83,000).

The action is set to kick off at 10 a.m. at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. The blinds will return at 1,500/3,000 with play scheduled for 10 one-hour long levels with 15-minute breaks after every two levels. A one-hour dinner break will be after Level 19. After Level 21, the remaining players will bag up and return on Monday, October 24 for Day 3.

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Tags: Alexander FarahiAntoine SaoutBarry GreensteinDan SepiolMaria KonnikovaMartin JacobsonMichael GathyRyan LengRyan RiessSylvain NaetsTerry PresleyTim Reilly