2021 World Series of Poker Europe
Event #24: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack
Jours
12

Day 2 of Event #24: Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack Begins at Noon With 68 Remaining

Andrew Neeme

Day 2 of Event #24: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack at the 2021 World Series of Poker is set to begin at 12 p.m. local time with 68 players looking for an exclusive WSOP bracelet.

Shen Liang from Indiana takes the chip lead into Day 2 with a stack of 2,285,000. Right on his heels is Los Angeles native Ahmad Shiraz who brings 2,165,000 to tables today. Both players caught fire late in Day 1 and will be looking to continue the momentum on Day 2.

Rounding out the top five stacks will be; Michael Prendergast with 1,890,000, Eric Polirer (1,515,000) and Donnie Phan (1,515,000).

RankPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Shen LiangUnited States2,285,00076
2Ahmad ShirazUnited States2,165,00072
3Michael PrendergastUnited States1,890,00063
4Eric PolirerUnited States1,515,00051
5Donnie PhanUnited States1,515,00051
6Bosu AvunooriUnited States1,445,00048
7Daniel WasserbergUnited States1,420,00047
8Maxx ColemanUnited States1,355,00045
9Emanuel SantiagoUnited States1,350,00045
10Anthony PlotnerUnited States1,295,00043

With even the top stacks not being massive chip leaders, today will be an open opportunity for every player still alive as stacks can go from small to big and vice verse in the manner of minutes as was seen on multiple occasions yesterday in wild PLO action.

Some of the notable players still alive include; Vegas local, Steven Foutty who was around chip lead in the final levels of the night with a few eliminations, including of Greg Raymer. He dropped a little bit before ending Day 1 and will take a stack of 1,120,000 into today, good for the fourteenth largest stack.

The two WSOP bracelet winners who still remain; Joao Simao (510,000) of Brazil and Andrew Donabedian (420,000). Popular poker vlogger Andrew Neeme (440,000) is also still in the mix.

Play will begin at 12 p.m. local time and the plan is to play all the way down to the winner today. Levels are 30 minutes long and there will be a 15-minute break every three levels. Dinner break is to be determined.

PokerNews will provide all the upsets on this exciting day of deepstack PLO action.

Tags: Ahmad ShirazAndrew DonabedianAndrew NeemeDonnie PhanEric PolirerGreg RaymerJoao SimaoPhan