Dia 2 Terminado
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Dia 2 Terminado
Day 2 of Event #61: $600 Deepstack Championship has come to a conclusion. A total of 3,916 entrants generated a prize pool of $1,997,160. There are 40 players advancing from 488 at the start of the day. Those remaining are guaranteed a payout of $5,917. The winner will take home the first-place prize of $252,491 paired with the coveted 2021 World Series of Poker gold bracelet.
Perry Ernest bagged the chip lead going into Day 3 with a staggering 10,500,000 from just 287,000 at the beginning of the day.
Ernest took the chip lead midway through the day when he won 4,000,000 chip pot against Terry Fleischer with a full house. He solidified his lead in the last hour of the night when Tanya Kirk ran her pocket kings into his pocket aces for him to eliminate her and scoop a 6,000,000 chip pot to put him over the 10,000,000 mark.
Sami Rustom (7,150,000), Marc Rangel (6,800,000), Richard Dixon (6,430,000), and Edgardo Rosario are a few other notable stacks going into Day 3.
Barry Shulman (2,425,000) and Mark Seif (950,000) are former WSOP champions left in the field who are on the hunt for another gold bracelet.
End of Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Perry Ernest||United States||10,500,000|
|2||Sami Ruston||United States||7,150,000|
|3||Marc Rangel||United States||6,800,000|
|4||Richard Dixon||United States||6,430,000|
|5||Edgardo Rosario||United States||5,859,000|
|6||Jean Francois Alexandre||Canada||5,480,000|
|7||Nicolas De Bari||Argentina||5,100,000|
|8||Ronald Slucker||United States||5,030,000|
|9||Fernando Viana Da Costa||Brazil||5,000,000|
|10||Rubin Chappell||United States||4,400,000|
Day 3 will restart tomorrow November 3 at 12:00 p.m. local time. Play will resume at Level 28 with 50,000/100,000 blinds and a 100,000 big blind ante. Each level will last 60 minutes. There will be a 15-minute break every two levels with a 60-minute dinner break after Level 33 (≈ 6:30 p.m.). They will play down to the final five players.
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|Amazon||449||1||Jason Smith||United States||3,660,000||37|
|Amazon||449||2||Timothy Stull||United States||1,400,015||14|
|Amazon||449||3||Nikolas Metaxas||United States||1,230,000||12|
|Amazon||449||5||Yulia Lisichkina||United States||4,195,000||42|
|Amazon||449||6||James Golder||United States||2,065,000||21|
|Amazon||449||7||Luke Richard||United States||4,130,000||41|
|Amazon||450||1||Zachary Peay||United States||2,205,000||22|
|Amazon||450||2||Jeremy Eyer||United States||4,165,000||42|
|Amazon||450||3||Sahar Bakhshi||United States||1,280,000||13|
|Amazon||450||6||Perry Ernest||United States||10,050,000||101|
|Amazon||450||7||Nicolas De Bari||Argentina||5,100,000||51|
|Amazon||450||8||Sean Dunleavy||United States||2,505,000||25|
|Amazon||451||1||Peter Robinson||United Kingdom||795,000||8|
|Amazon||451||5||Ronald Slucker||United States||5,030,000||50|
|Amazon||451||7||Fernando Viana Da Costa||Brazil||5,000,000||50|
|Amazon||451||8||Rubin Chappell (CA)||United States||4,400,000||44|
|Amazon||451||9||Diana Allen||United States||210,000||2|
|Amazon||456||2||Richard Dixon||United States||6,430,000||64|
|Amazon||456||3||Adam Swan||United States||725,000||7|
|Amazon||456||4||Cody Kirshner||United States||1,425,000||14|
|Amazon||456||5||Mark Seif||United States||950,000||10|
|Amazon||456||6||Samuel Taylor||United States||2,030,000||20|
|Amazon||456||7||Ping Liu||United States||1,170,000||12|
|Amazon||456||8||Sami Rustom||United States||7,150,000||72|
|Amazon||457||4||Barry Shulman||United States||2,425,000||24|
|Amazon||457||5||Cole Ferraro||United States||2,752,000||28|
|Amazon||457||6||Christopher Dupuy||United States||2,265,000||23|
|Amazon||457||7||Brandon Noe||United States||655,000||7|
|Amazon||457||9||Marc Rangel||United States||1,800,000||18|
Players are bagging up, a full chip count and recap is to follow.
The players will play four more hands before Day 2 comes to a conclusion.
Paul Bianchi raised under the-gun to 175,000 and Jeremy Heiskanen re-raised all-in for 1,265,000, and Bianchi snap-called.
The board ran out , and Heiskanen found an ace on the flop to ensure himself a double up.
An early position open to 160,000 was followed by a re-raise to 400,000 from Tanya Kirk in the small blind. In the big blind Perry Ernest re-raised to 980,000 and action folded around to Kirk who re-raised all in for 3,000,000 and Ernest snap-called.
The board ran out as no help to Kirk and Ernest took a pot to push his stack over 10 million.
Giancarlo Santolin went all-in for 600,000 under the gun and was called by an opponent in middle position.
The board ran out and it brought no improvement to Santolin, who picked up his fourth top 100 finish at the 52nd WSOP.
At another table Steven Buckner was eliminated.
Christopher Dupuy raised to 175,000 in early position. Michael Youngman moved all-in when the action got to him. It folded back to Dupuy and he made the call.
The board ran out . Youngman flopped a flush draw but could not get there and he was eliminated.