2021 World Series of Poker

Event #58: $1,000 Super Seniors No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 3
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Resultados Finais
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações do Nível
100,000 / 200,000
Informações do Jogador - Dia 3
Jogadores Restantes

Event #58: $1,000 Super Seniors No-Limit Hold'em

Dia 3 Começado

Day 3 Seat Draw

Amazon4001Gary PagelUnited States420,000
Amazon4002Randall BolickUnited States1,755,000
Amazon4003Frank NeuhauserUnited States530,000
Amazon4004Randall AmonUnited States800,000
Amazon4005Randy LevinUnited States750,000
Amazon4006Eugene SolomonUnited States510,000
Amazon4007Edward CollinsUnited States360,000
Amazon4008Gregory BairdUnited States450,000
Amazon4009B.W. GarrettUnited States600,000
Amazon4011Marcus WestonCanada60,000
Amazon4012Al StonumUnited States200,000
Amazon4013Scott FrostUnited States200,000
Amazon4014Larry OrmsonUnited States115,000
Amazon4015Girish ApteUnited States365,000
Amazon4016Glenn GillamUnited States1
Amazon4017Alan PerryUnited States395,000
Amazon4018Laura FarrellCanada425,000
Amazon4071Joseph NeimanUnited States975,000
Amazon4072Skip PlotnickiUnited States140,000
Amazon4073Mitchell LehmanUnited States450,000
Amazon4075Alan KrockeyUnited States590,000
Amazon4076Paul RungeUnited States270,000
Amazon4077Allen NielsonUnited States635,000
Amazon4078Paul McMullinUnited States415,000
Amazon4079Peter WikoffUnited States310,000
Amazon4082Anthony SimpsonUnited States660,000
Amazon4083Kathleen BingmanUnited States180,000
Amazon4084Robert MicheliniUnited States327,000
Amazon4085Michael PrestonUnited States310,000
Amazon4086DID NOT REPORT 1United States220,000
Amazon4087Stanley RegulaUnited States615,000
Amazon4088Everett CarltonUnited States630,000
Amazon4089Reginald PowellUnited States1,565,000
Amazon4092Andrew BodewinUnited States1,355,000
Amazon4093Robert ChowUnited States1,100,000
Amazon4094Robert LerumUnited States515,000
Amazon4095Pamela ShandelUnited States55,000
Amazon4096David SlaughterUnited States1,835,000
Amazon4097Ross NovakUnited States670,000
Amazon4098Craig RankUnited States965,000
Amazon4099Gerald ReedUnited States960,000
Amazon4151Randolph StoneUnited States215,000
Amazon4152Steven NicholsUnited States565,000
Amazon4153Edward HayesUnited States320,000
Amazon4154Koos KeizerUnited States675,000
Amazon4155Sidney SmithUnited States615,000
Amazon4156Scott SukstorfUnited States265,000
Amazon4158Bill StablerUnited States1,725,000
Amazon4159Andrew GolmiczUnited States645,000
Amazon4161G KirschenbaumUnited States300,000
Amazon4162David SmithUnited States1,080,000
Amazon4163David GutfreundUnited States755,000
Amazon4164Gary BainCanada440,000
Amazon4165Douglas ZaleskiUnited States455,000
Amazon4167Dennis MunroCanada310,000
Amazon4168Joseph RichardsUnited States435,000
Amazon4169Daniel DarmientoUnited States275,000
Amazon4171Bruce SchulmanUnited States455,000
Amazon4172Kris HawkinsUnited States315,000
Amazon4173Jack DeutschUnited States355,000
Amazon4174Gilbert JohnsonUnited States445,000
Amazon4175Steve MillerUnited States1,025,000
Amazon4176Jean-Luc AdamUnited States1,140,000
Amazon4177Stuart LocascioUnited States620,000
Amazon4178Rex SmithUnited States440,000

Reginald Powell Among The Leaders For Day 3 of Event #58: $1,000 Super Seniors No-Limit Hold’em

Reginald Powell
Reginald Powell

There are 65 players still in the hunt for a WSOP gold bracelet in Event #58: $1,000 Super Seniors No-Limit Hold’em.

Reginald Powell (1,565,000) bagged a top-five chip stack and will be eyeing the first-place prize of $255,631. Powell has more than $280,000 in career earnings but has yet to capture his first WSOP title. Other sizeable stacks heading into Day 3 belong to David Slaughter (1,835,000), Randall Bolick (1,755,000), and Bill Stabler (1,725,000).

WSOP Super Seniors Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts

1David SlaughterUnited States1,835,00092
2Randall BolickUnited States1,755,00088
3Bill StablerUnited States1,725,00086
4Reginald PowellUnited States1,565,00078
5Andrew BodewinUnited States1,355,00068
6Jean-Luc AdamFrance1,140,00057
7Robert ChowUnited States1,100,00055
8David SmithUnited States1,080,00054
9Steve MillerUnited States1,025,00051
10Joseph NeimanUnited States975,00049

Players will return for Day 3 on Tuesday, November 2 at 10 a.m local time in the Amazon room. The day will start at Level 21 with blinds of 10,000/20,000 with a big blind ante of 20,000. Play will continue until five players remain.

Keep up with all the updates of this event on PokerNews as well as our continuing coverage of the 2021 World Series of Poker.

Tags: David SlaughterDavid SmithJoseph NeimanRandall Bolick

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Nível: 21

Blinds: 10,000/20,000

Ante: 20,000

Early Double For Katsman

Nível 21 : 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

Alex Katsman jammed in his 220,000 stack from the hijack and Everett Carlton called on the button.

Alex Katsman: {a-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}
Everett Carlton: {k-Clubs}{k-Hearts}

"Thank you for doubling me up," Katsman said. "Ace on the river."

The {10-Spades}{8-Spades}{7-Spades} flop provided no help to Katsman, but the {a-Spades} spiked the turn to put him ahead. The {a-Hearts} did indeed come on the river as he said, and it wasn't even needed as the turn ace was enough to give him the early double.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Alex Katsman us
Alex Katsman
Everett Carlton us
Everett Carlton
410,000 -220,000

Novak's Tens Bust to Chow's Ladies

Nível 21 : 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
Ross Novak
Ross Novak

Robert Chow raised from early position and Ross Novak jammed in his stack of about 670,000 in the cutoff. Chow called.

Ross Novak: {10-Clubs}{10-Hearts}
Robert Chow: {q-Clubs}{q-Hearts}

Novak was in rough shape and needed to improve but couldn't find any help as the board ran out {8-Hearts}{7-Spades}{4-Clubs}{3-Diamonds}{6-Spades} and he was sent to the rail.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Robert Chow (IL) us
Robert Chow (IL)
1,800,000 700,000
Ross Novak us
Ross Novak