2021 World Series of Poker

Event #47: $5,000 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em 8-Handed
Dias: 2
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Resultados Finais
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações do Nível
100,000 / 200,000
Informações do Jogador - Dia 2
Jogadores Restantes

Event #47: $5,000 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em 8-Handed

Dia 2 Começado

Day 2 Seat Draw

Amazon5051Ping LiuUnited States278,00035
Amazon5052Petar KalevUnited States234,00029
Amazon5053Salim AdmonUnited States237,00030
Amazon5054Johan GuilbertFrance103,00013
Amazon5055Christopher BasileUnited States393,00049
Amazon5056Daniel NegreanuCanada617,00077
Amazon5057Bjorn KozenkaiUnited States153,00019
Amazon5058Benjamin HeathUnited Kingdom49,0006
Amazon5061Mathew MooreUnited States336,00042
Amazon5062Dario SammartinoItaly379,00047
Amazon5063Daniel RezaeiAustria70200088
Amazon5064Johan MartinetMexico450,00056
Amazon5065Kris Lee SteinbachCanada177,00022
Amazon5066Arthur ConanFrance101,00013
Amazon5067Jose Ignacio BarberoArgentina388,00049
Amazon5071Adam WeikUnited States306,00038
Amazon5072Jerry WongUnited States410,00051
Amazon5073Kevin RabichowUnited States123,00015
Amazon5074Nicholas DavidsonUnited States183,00023
Amazon5075Benjamin ChalotFrance73300092
Amazon5076Darren GrantCanada343,00043
Amazon5078Luigi CurcioUnited States92,00012
Amazon5081Alexandros TheologisGreece151,00019
Amazon5082Eric BlairUnited States366,00046
Amazon5083Jehu Bordier LiconaUnited States363,00045
Amazon5084Jeremy WienUnited States272,00034
Amazon5086Patrick KennedyUnited Kingdom180,00023
Amazon5087Tony MilesUnited States429,00054
Amazon5088Paul VogelUnited States106,00013
Amazon5098Qing LiuUnited States165,00021
Amazon5121James RomeroUnited States275,00034
Amazon5122Justin GarciaUnited States101,00013
Amazon5123Mike SowersUnited States137,00017
Amazon5124Noah BronsteinUnited States214,00027
Amazon5125Raul ManzanaresUnited Kingdom292,00037
Amazon5126Paul KuzmichUnited States375,00047
Amazon5127Amir MirrasouliUnited States234,00029
Amazon5128Raul MartinezUnited Kingdom98,00012
Amazon5131Jongwook LeeSouth Korea430,00054
Amazon5132Vlad DarieRomania145,00018
Amazon5133Ankush MandaviaUnited States331,00041
Amazon5134Ryan PedigoUnited States105,00013
Amazon5135Ziao GuoUnited States64,0008
Amazon5136Justin LapkaUnited States81,00010
Amazon5137Ivan GalinecCroatia561,00070
Amazon5141Joni JouhkimainenFinland559,00070
Amazon5142Taus LiliusDenmark375,00047
Amazon5143David LewisUnited States353,00044
Amazon5144Barry HutterUnited States137,00017
Amazon5145Jaime AlvarezUnited States185,00023
Amazon5146Pete ChenTaiwan95,00012
Amazon5147Ran IlaniIsrael169,00021
Amazon5148Houston HowieUnited States355,00044
Amazon5191Jean GuilletteCanada10
Amazon5192Dimitar DanchevBulgaria232,00029
Amazon5193Joao SimaoBrazil133,00017
Amazon5194Shaun DeebUnited States287,00036
Amazon5195Ian O'HaraUnited States278,00035
Amazon5196Patrick HowardUnited States316,00040
Amazon5197Ren LinUnited States248,00031
Amazon5201Diogo VeigaPortugal168,00021
Amazon5202Rok GostisaSlovenia301,00038
Amazon5203Derek WoltersUnited States57,0007
Amazon5204Romain LewisFrance55,0007
Amazon5205Andrew KelsallUnited States136,00017
Amazon5206Conrad SimpsonUnited States127,00016
Amazon5207Dylan DestefanoUnited States273,00034
Amazon5208Jamie SequeiraCanada1,070,000134
Amazon5211Craig MasonUnited States170,00021
Amazon5212Chad EveslageUnited States155,00019
Amazon5213Scott SeiverUnited States89,00011
Amazon5214Daniel LazrusUnited States597,00075
Amazon5215Giuliano LentiniUnited States145,00018
Amazon5216Andres GonzalezSpain232,00029
Amazon5217Huy LamUnited States294,00037
Amazon5218Jake SchwartzUnited States232,00029
Amazon5221Alan SternbergUnited States193,00024
Amazon5222Ivan ZuficCroatia299,00037
Amazon5223Alexandre ReardFrance395,00049
Amazon5224Daniel StrelitzUnited States193,00024
Amazon5227Ilyas MuradiUnited States352,00044
Amazon5228Julian Milliard-FeralFrance250,00031

Negreanu Top Five in Chips Heading Into Day 2 in Event #47: $5,000 Freezeout (8-Handed)

Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu is among the chip leaders heading into Day 2 of Event #47: $5,000 Freezeout (8-Handed) at the 2021 World Series of Poker. Negreanu, who is after his seventh WSOP bracelet, sits fourth in chips with a healthy stack of 617,000, trailing only Daniel Rezaei (702,000), Benjamin Chalot (733,000) and chip leader Jamie Sequeira. Sequeira was the only player to surpass a million chips on Day 1 with a stack of 1,070,000.

A total of 421 players entered the single-entry event and only 82 survived to bag and tag on Day 1. A total of 64 places will be paid, with a minimum cash being worth $8,000 and the first-place prize being worth $426,694.

Event #47 Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

1Jamie SequeiraCanada1,070,000134
2Benjamin ChalotFrance733,00092
3Daniel RezaeiAustria702,00088
4Daniel NegreanuCanada617,00077
5Daniel LazrusUnited States597,00075
6Ivan GalinecCroatia561,00070
7Joni JouhkimainenFinland559,00070
8Johan MartinetMexico450,00056
9Jongwook LeeSouth Korea430,00054
10Tony MilesUnited States429,00054

Negreanu is searching for his first bracelet of the series after final tabling both Event #32: $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. and Event #36: $10,000 Dealers Choice 6-Handed Championship but ultimately coming up short in both. To earn the bracelet, Kid Poker will have to navigate through a field that includes Shaun Deeb, Scott Seiver, Joni Jouhkimainen, Alexandre Reard, Dario Sammartino, Joao Simao and Johan Guilbert.

Some of the biggest names in poker were in the field in Day 1 but failed to make it to the second day of play, including Phil Hellmuth, Joe Hachem, Chance Kornuth, Maria Ho, Anthony Zinno, James Chen, Dan Shak and Darren Elias.

Joe Hachem
Joe Hachem

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Tags: Alexandre ReardAnthony ZinnoBenjamin ChalotChance KornuthDan ShakDaniel LazrusDaniel NegreanuDaniel RezaeiDario SammartinoDarren EliasJames ChenJamie SequeiraJoao SimaoJoe HachemJohan GuilbertJohan MartinetJoni JouhkimainenMaria HoTony Miles

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Nível: 16

Blinds: 4,000/8,000

Ante: 8,000

Negreanu Folds to Liu

Nível 16 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante
Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu in the hijack opened to 18,000 and Ping Liu called from the small blind.

Negreanu continued with a bet of 13,000 on the flop of {7-Hearts}{a-Clubs}{8-Clubs} and Liu check-called. Both players then checked on the {5-Diamonds} turn.

The river came the {q-Clubs} and Liu took a minute before leading out with a bet of 57,000. Negreanu folded and speculated out loud that his opponent had ace-queen.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
590,000 -27,000
Ping Liu us
Ping Liu
310,000 32,000

Tags: Daniel NegreanuPing Liu

Veiga Takes from Sequeira

Nível 16 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante

On a raised pot in a blind versus blind situation, the flop showed {10-Spades}{j-Clubs}{9-Spades} when Diogo Veiga called a bet of 10,000 from Jamie Sequeira. The same action happened on the {7-Clubs} turn, this time for 22,000.

The river was the {2-Hearts} and Sequeira sent 60,000 in the middle, putting Veiga into a decision. The latter ended up calling, showing {j-Hearts}{10-Hearts} for two pairs. Sequeira, who held {q-Diamonds}{7-Spades}, conceded the pot to Veiga.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Jamie Sequeira ca
Jamie Sequeira
900,000 -170,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Diogo Veiga pt
Diogo Veiga
310,000 142,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Lee Busts Lapka, Chen Chops

Nível 16 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante

Justin Lapka shoved preflop for his last 81,000 and was called by Jongwook Lee, who had the bigger stack.

Justin Lapka: {a-Clubs}{8-Hearts}
Jongwook Lee: {a-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}

The board came {4-Clubs}{4-Spades}{3-Hearts}{a-Hearts}{10-Diamonds}, no help for Lapka as Lee scored the knockout.

Nearby, Pete Chen jammed from early position for the last of his chips and was called by Taus Lilius.

Pete Chen: {7-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}
Taus Lilius: {7-Spades}{5-Spades}

"That's the worst case for me," said Lilius.

Fortunately for Lilius, the board came {10-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}{k-Clubs}{6-Spades}, to create a chop pot.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Jongwook Lee kr
Jongwook Lee
510,000 80,000
Taus Lilius dk
Taus Lilius
Pete Chen tw
Pete Chen
90,000 -5,000
Justin Lapka us
Justin Lapka

Tags: Pete ChenTaus Lilius

Seiver Doubles With Ladies

Nível 16 : 4,000/8,000, 8,000 ante

Huy Lam opened from under the gun and Scott Seiver three-bet to around 55,000 in the cutoff. Lam responded with a four-bet jam and Seiver snap-called with slightly less.

Scott Seiver: {q-Spades}{q-Hearts}
Huy Lam: {j-Spades}{j-Clubs}

Seiver had his opponent pipped and doubled up with the ladies as the board ran out a safe {k-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{8-Clubs}. Lam was left with just around 25,000 chips after paying the big blind and ante in the next hand.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
320,000 231,000
WSOP 4X Winner
Huy Lam au
Huy Lam
25,000 -269,000

Tags: Scott Seiver