2021 World Series of Poker

Event #55: $400 Colossus
Dias: 1b
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Resultados Finais
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações do Nível
4,000,000 / 8,000,000
Informações do Jogador - Dia 1b
Jogadores Restantes

Kaplan is Saved on the River

Nível 5 : 300/600, 600 ante

The action was picked up on a flop {8-}{5-Clubs}{10-Spades}, with the cards already tabled for a three-way all in with Stacey Breslin having her two opponents covered.

Matthew Kaplan: {q-Clubs}{q-Spades}
Opponent: {9-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}
Stacey Breslin: {10-Hearts}{10-Clubs}

Breslin was in good shape to eliminate her opponents with a set of tens. The {6-Clubs} turn didn't change anything but a {q-Hearts} hit the river, giving a set of queens to Kaplan as well as the double up through Breslin for his last 29,700.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Matthew Kaplan us
Matthew Kaplan
Stacey Breslin us
Stacey Breslin

Nível: 6

Blinds: 400/800

Ante: 800

Pisarek Picks It Up

Nível 6 : 400/800, 800 ante

Gary Pisarek opened from under the gun to 2,100. He was called by players in middle position, on the button, and big blind.

The action was checked to the player on the button when the flop came {8-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{3-Spades}. He bet 8,000 to which only Pisarek called.

The turn brought the {9-Diamonds} and Pisarek effectively moved all-in. His opponent thought for a minute before releasing his hand.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Gary Pisarek us
Gary Pisarek

Fisher Wins without Showdown

Nível 6 : 400/800, 800 ante

Jason Fisher limped in early position and it was raised to 3,000 by the player next to him. It folded to the big blind who called, followed by Fisher.

The flop showed {a-Clubs}{k-Clubs}{2-Clubs} and the three players checked to see a {6-Hearts} on the turn. The big blind led out for 1,600 and Fisher raised to 5,000. It folded to the big blind who called.

The {k-Hearts} came on the river and the big blind sent another bet of 1,600 in the middle. Fisher tanked for a minute and raised it to 10,000. After some thinking, the big blind let it go and Fisher grabbed the pot.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Jason Fisher us
Jason Fisher

Vargas Adds to his Stack

Nível 6 : 400/800, 800 ante

On a raised pot with four players involved, Qing Lu checked for the blinds and Hermilo Vargas et 5,000. It was call by the cutoff while the button and Lu called.

The turn was the {4-Diamonds} and Lu checked again to Vargas who sent another bet for 13,000. It was enough to win the pot without more resistance.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Hermilo Vargas us
Hermilo Vargas
74,000 74,000
Qing Lu us
Qing Lu

2021 WSOP Streaming Exclusively on PokerGO

Nível 6 : 400/800, 800 ante

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