2021 World Series of Poker

Event #61: $600 Deepstack Championship No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 1
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

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Event Info
Informações do Nível
400,000 / 800,000
Informações do Jogador - Dia 1
Jogadores Restantes

Event #61: $600 Deepstack Championship No-Limit Hold'em

Dia 1 Começado

Welcome To Event #61: $600 Deep Stack Championship No-Limit Hold’em

Joe Foresman
Joe Foresman

Event #61: $600 Deep Stack Championship No-Limit Hold’em is the second edition of the $600 deep stack bracelet events, which first came onto the WSOP schedule in 2019. Play will start today at 11 a.m. at The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

The 2019 WSOP saw Joe Foresman come out on top in a field of 6,410 entrants to beat Will Givens heads up to take home his first WSOP bracelet and a prize of $397,903.

It is unsure as to how many players will participate in this edition of the event, but a big field is expected, given the accessibility to all players and the fact a WSOP bracelet is up for grabs.

Players will have a starting stack of 30,000 and blinds will begin at 100/100 with a 100 big blind ante. Day 1 is scheduled to play out 17 40-minute levels, with a 20-minute break taking place every three levels. A 75-minute dinner break is scheduled after level 9 and late registration for the tournament will be open until players return from dinner (approx. 6:55 p.m.). Players are permitted one re-entry for this tournament.

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Nível: 1

Blinds: 100/100

Ante: 100

Moses Is Not All-In

Nível 1 : 100/100, 100 ante

David Moses sat down at his table and a bit of confusion occurred due to the stacks in the well. A stack was out in front of him and the players thought that he was all-in. He was not and his actual stack was just covered by his hands, while the stack in the middle is just one in the well.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
David Moses us
David Moses
30,000 30,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Great Start For Fry

Nível 1 : 100/100, 100 ante

The action folded to a player in middle position who raised to 200. The player in the cutoff then raised it up to 700. Mark Fry called on the button and so did the players in blinds.

When the action got back to the original raiser in middle position he four-bet to 3,200. The player in the cutoff, Fry on the button, and the small blind called the four-bet.

{7-Spades}{a-Spades}{6-Clubs} fell on the flop. It checked to the original raiser who fired 6,500. The player in the cutoff folded, Fry called and the small blind folded.

The turn brought the {9-Clubs} and the action checked through.

The river card was the {8-Diamonds}. It was checked to Fry who bet 6,500 and the original raiser called after a few seconds.

Fry tabled {q-Spades}{10-Spades}. He had flopped a flush draw and rivered the high end of a straight.

His opponent showed one card, the {5-Diamonds} for the low end of the straight.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Mark Fry gb
Mark Fry
53,000 53,000

Hasson Involved In an Early Four-Bet Pot

Nível 1 : 100/100, 100 ante

An early position player raised to 300 and got a call from another early position player. From the hijack, Ori Hasson re-raised to 1,400 and Guillermo Hurtado two seats to his left re-raised to 4,600. The original raiser and Hasson called to take a flop three-ways.

The flop came down {9-Clubs}{8-Clubs}{2-Diamonds} which the original raiser bet 5,000 into. Hasson went into the tank before tossing his hand into the muck, leaving the button to act.

"I know what you have," said Hurtado. "You've got like pocket queens or pocket jacks," he said as he tossed his cards into the muck, flashing an {a-Clubs} "I'm making a disciplined laydown."

The table asked the original raiser to show and he responded by saying "I would have shown, but he said he already knew," and the table all laughed as he took in the pot.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Ori Hasson il
Ori Hasson
32,000 2,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Guillermo Hurtado
Guillermo Hurtado