2021 World Series of Poker Europe
Event #61: $600 Deepstack Championship No-Limit Hold'em
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Robert Hankins Leads The Field Into Day 2 of Event #61: $600 Deepstack Championship No-Limit Hold'em

• Nível 17: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante
Robert Hankins

Day 1 of Event #61: $600 Deepstack Championship No-Limit Hold'em has come to a conclusion. There were a total of 3,916 entrants generating a prize pool of $1,997,160. The winner will take home the first-place prize of $252,491 paired with the coveted 2021 World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

They were 588 players to make the money but only 448 players advanced to Day 2 and are guaranteed a payout of $1,051.

Among the players leading the field into Day 2 is ten-time World Series of Poker Circuit ring winner Robert Hankins who bagged a whopping 868,000 from a starting stack of 30,000. Hankins recently won his tenth WSOP ring in August of this year at Harrah’s Cherokee for the first-place prize of $132,241. He has now put himself in a position to capture his first WSOP bracelet which would add to his already impressive list of accomplishments in the tournament poker world.

Samuel Taylor (838,000), Justin Arnwine (779,000), Nana Senachika (646,000), Cole Ferraro (625,000) and two-time WSOP bracelet winner Mark Seif (550,000) follow close behind.

Event #61 Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

RANKPLAYERCITY / STATE / COUNTRYCHIP COUNTBig Blinds
1Robert HankinsUnited States868,00087
2Samuel TaylorUnited States838,00084
3Radoslav StoyanovBulgaria830,00083
4Dhaval MudgalIndia786,00079
5Justin ArnwineUnited States779,00078
6Kc VaughanUnited States743,00074
7Matas BudginasUnited States719,00072
8Ping LiuUnited States702,00070
9Nissar QuraishiUnited States687,00069
10Alan FerraroItaly686,00069
Mark Seif
Mark Seif

Day 2 will restart at 12 p.m. local time on Nov. 2 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. The 448 remaining players will be starting at Level 18 with 5,000/10,000 blinds and a 10,000 big blind ante. They will play 10 levels with a duration of 60-minutes. There will be 15-minute breaks every two levels and a 60-min dinner break after Level 23 (≈ 6:30 p.m.).

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