2021 World Series of Poker Europe
Event #23: $1,500 Eight Game Mix 6-Handed
Jours
123

Ryan Hughes en pole pour le 3e bracelet, Connor Drinan sur ses talons

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Ryan Hughes

Poker is a game that requires adaptability and mastering different variants. For the 10 players who will return tomorrow to crown a champion in Event #23: $1,500 Eight-Game Mix, they'll get a chance to prove they can do it better than anyone.

The man leading the way is Ryan Hughes, no stranger to wearing WSOP gold. Hughes is already a two-time bracelet winner and will take the chip lead into tomorrow with 2,534,000. Right behind him is another multiple bracelet winner in Connor Drinan, who finished the day with 1,990,000. Three other bracelet winners made the top-10: Brett Shaffer (800,000), Ryan Leng (770,000), and Dan Zack (384,000).

For Schuyler Thornton, Tyler Willse, Hunter McClelland, George Alexander, and Brandon Bergin, winning the bracelet tomorrow will be a new experience for them. To get this far, they had to navigate a field of 484 players. Day 2 began with 144 players still in the mix, with the money bubble coming at 73rd place.

Day 3 Seat Chart

TableSeatPlayerChip Counts
1541Tyler Willse1,165,000
1542George Alexander936,000
1543Hunter McClelland1,110,000
1544Connor Drinan1,990,000
1545Ryan Leng770,000
1546empty 
TableSeatPlayerChip Counts
1551empty 
1552Brandon Bergin934,000
1553Daniel Zack384,000
1554Ryan Hughes2,534,000
1555Schuyler Thornton1,505,000
1556Brett Shaffer800,000

Notables to fall before the money included Allen "Chainsaw" Kessler, David "Bakes" Baker, and Dutch Boyd. Vu Hoang and Matthew Schultz were both eliminated during hand-for-hand play and shared 73rd place.

From there, the likes of Felipe Ramos (46th), Matt Glantz (42nd), David Williams (41st), and Yuri Dzivielevski (20th) fell by the wayside. Five-time bracelet winner Michael Mizrachi made a run at the final table but was busted by Drinan in 11th place near the end of the night.

The 10 remaining players will return tomorrow and play down to the final table of six and the eventual champion. PokerNews will be there the entire way with live updates and chip counts until the final card is dealt.

Tags: Brandon BerginBrett ShafferConnor DrinanDan ZackGeorge AlexanderHunter McClellandMichael MizrachiRyan HughesRyan LengSchuyler ThorntonTyler Willse