Dia 2 Terminado
Dia 2 Terminado
Day 2 of Event #48: $1,500 Shootout played down to the final ten players from 80 at the start of the day. Each remaining player beat seven other opponents at their table to advance to the final round. Those returning are guaranteed a cash prize of $16,197 for 10th place but only one of them will win the World Series of Poker gold bracelet and the $204,063 first-place prize.
The players advancing to the final round are two-time WSOP bracelet winner Ari Engel (1,965,000), Orson Young (1,975,000), AP Garza (1,975,000), David Tran (1,970,000), Jonathan Betancur (1,970,000), Sohale Kalili (1,970,000), Gershon Distenfeld (1,970,0000), Craig Trost (1,965,000), Thomas Boivin (1,965,000), and Johan Schumacher (1,980,000) making this his second final table of the 2021 WSOP.
The first player to win their table and make it through to the final day was Thomas Boivin beating Wayne Harmon and the last was Johan Schumacher beating Renan Bruschi almost 5 hours later.
Day 3 will resume tomorrow October 27 at 12 p.m. local time. Play will pick up at 15,000/30,000 blinds with a 30,000 big blind ante. The levels will last 40-minutes with a 15-minute break every three levels. They will play down to a winner.
Final Table Seat Draw and Chip Counts
|1||Sohale Khalili||United States||1,970,000|
|3||Ap Garza||United States||1,975,000|
|4||Orson Young||United States||1,975,000|
|5||Craig Trost||United States||1,965,000|
|6||Hiep Tran||United States||1,970,000|
|7||Ari Engel||United States||1,965,000|
|8||Gershon Distenfeld||United States||1,970,000|
|10||Jonathan Betancur||United States||1,970,000|
Stay tuned for more coverage of this event and the entire 2021 World Series of Poker from the PokerNews live reporting team.
Johan Schumacher jammed in his remaining stack for about 750,000 chips. Renan Bruschi quickly called and hands were revealed in the first large pot in a while.
Bruschi had Schumacher pipped, but the cards were yet to come. The dealer fanned out the flop. On the turn, the hit the felt to put Schumacher ahead with Broadway, as he gave a silent fist pump. Bruschi was looking for a chop, but the completed the board to leave him as the short stack, and leave him muttering presumably unhappy phrases in Portuguese.
On the next hand, Bruschi shoved in his remaining stack and Schumacher called.
Bruschi had live cards, but the runout didn't change a thing, and he was sent to the rail.
The two players slugged it out in heads-up play for nearly four hours and they both agreed it was a "sick match". In the end, Schumacher claimed victory and will be the one to move on to the final table tomorrow.
A recap of the day is to follow.
There have been mostly small pots as Renan Bruschi and Johan Schumacher continue to trade chips back and forth.
Johan Schumacher limped on the button. Bruschi checked.
The flop came and the action checked through.
The came on the turn. Bruschi led with a big bet of 110,000. Schumacher was seemingly confused by this bet but he made the call.
The river was the bringing 4 cards to a straight. Bruschi slowed down with a check. Schumacher bet 120,000.
Bruschi went into the tank, mumbling things to himself. He eventually called.
Schumacher tabled . He turned a pair and rivered a straight. Bruschi flashed and couldn't believe he got rivered.