2021 World Series of Poker

Event #52: $1,000 Seniors Championship
Dias: 1b
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

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

Lyons Sitting on Big Stack

Nível 10 : 800/1,600, 1,600 ante

Pat Lyons currently owns a stack of around 165,000 after taking out a player in a huge confrontation.

According to Lyons, he raised to 5,000 from the button and the big blind three-bet to 13,000. Lyons called and the flop came {a-}{2-}{4-}. Both players got their nearly identical chip stacks in the middle.

Big Blind: {q-}{q-}
Pat Lyons: {2-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}

Lyons had flopped a set of deuces and stayed ahead as the board ran out {5-}{9-} to take the pot and send the big blind to the rail.

"That's a good stack," Lyons said as he counted his new chips.

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Pat Lyons
165,000 120,000
WSOP 1X Winner

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Rojanavongse Bets Big on the River

Nível 10 : 800/1,600, 1,600 ante
Ott Rojanavongse
Ott Rojanavongse

Dan Heimiller raised to 4,500 from middle position and was called by Guy Cicconi from the blinds and Ott Rojanavongse from under the gun, who had limped in.

Rojanavongse bet out 4,500 on the {10-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}{7-Clubs} flop and Heimiller raised to 11,000. Both opponents called, then all three players checked the {8-Clubs} turn.

On the {3-Hearts} river, Rojanavongse bet 25,000, Heimiller folded, but Cicconi called. Rojanavongse showed {a-Clubs}{9-Clubs} for the turned nut flush and Cicconi mucked.

Rojanavongse had taken a few hits to his stack after nearing 200,000 earlier in the day but is back up to around 110,000 with that pot.

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Ott Rojanavongse
110,000 50,000
Dan Heimiller us
Dan Heimiller
98,000 -7,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Guy Cicconi us
Guy Cicconi
55,000 -15,000

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Hartman Finds the Call

Nível 10 : 800/1,600, 1,600 ante

With about 50,000 in the middle the board read {k-Clubs}{k-Hearts}{4-Clubs}{7-Hearts}{6-Spades} and Tony Hartman was faced with a bet of 8,000.

Hartman tanked for about a minute, trying to dig deep. If he called and lost he would only have less than 10,000 chips remaining. Eventually, he splashed in the 8,000 chips and his opponent tabled {q-Clubs}{10-Clubs} for a busted flush draw. Hartman scooped the pot when he showed {10-Hearts}{10-Spades}.

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Tony Hartmann

Nível: 10

Blinds: 800/1,600

Ante: 1,600

Doyle Brunson Can't Resist Lure of Another WSOP

Nível 9 : 600/1,200, 1,200 ante
Doyle Brunson
Doyle Brunson

We haven't seen him yet, but according to Doyle Brunson he can't resist the lure of another WSOP.

Earlier this year he tweeted out that he would be playing "a few select tournaments" during the 2021 World Series of Poker.

Poker fans will surely be looking forward to potentially seeing the ten-time bracelet winner in action in some of the bigger buy-in Mixed Game events such as the $50,000 Poker Players Championship.

Check out this article ahead of Brunson's return!

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Lewis Shoves the Flop

Nível 9 : 600/1,200, 1,200 ante

An under-the-gun player raised pre-flop before Rick Lewis three-bet to 7,000 two seats to his left. Action folded back around, and the original raiser called and checked in the dark.

Lewis shoved his remaining stack, about 25,000, in the middle. "I know you had to do that no matter what," his opponent said.

"Do you want to see," Lewis asked.

"I want to see," the under-the-gun player responded.

"After the hand is over," Lewis responded as they both shared a laugh.

His opponent eventually folded {9-}{9-} face-up, while Lewis showed {q-}{q-}.

A few hands earlier, Lewis had lost most of his chips to Paul Kozusko with {k-}{j-} against pocket fives on a {j-}{5-}{x-} flop.

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Paul Kozusko
Rick Lewis us
Rick Lewis
40,000 40,000

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Prize Pool Announced

Nível 9 : 600/1,200, 1,200 ante
WSOP Bracelet
WSOP Bracelet

In total, Event #52: $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold'em Championship drew 5,404 players — generating a $4,809,560 prize pool. Of those, 811 will make the money, with a min-cash being worth $1,601.

The eventual winner will take home $561,060 in addition to a World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

Thomas Bets the Turn

Nível 9 : 600/1,200, 1,200 ante

In a five-way limped pot, the flop came {7-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{2-Hearts}. The action checked to the player who limped in first and he fired out a bet of 4,000 and only Michael Thomas made the call.

On the {j-Clubs} turn, the player who bet the flop checked to Thomas who threw in a bet of 12,000. It seemed an easy fold as his opponents cards quickly hit the muck.

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Michael Thomas
171,000 151,000

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A Chip and a Chair

Nível 9 : 600/1,200, 1,200 ante

Jeff Miller was facing an all-in bet of around 35,000 on a flop of {10-Clubs}{4-Hearts}{7-Hearts}. He called with {k-Hearts}{q-Hearts} for a flush draw, while his opponent showed {a-Diamonds}{a-Hearts}.

The {2-Diamonds} turn didn't help Miller, but the {8-Hearts} on the river completed his flush and cracked his opponent's aces.

The all-in player bowed his head in resignation before realizing he had left one 1,000 chip behind.

"I didn't realize that was there. I don't know what to do now," he said before sitting back down, still alive in the tournament for now.

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Jeff Miller
130,000 31,000

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