|Blinds||800,000 / 1,600,000|
PokerGO has partnered with CBS Sports Network to provide WSOP coverage with the likes of Lon McEachern, Norman Chad, and Jamie Kerstetter returning to the WSOP broadcast booth this year, along with PokerNews Podcast co-host Jeff Platt from time to time.
CBS Sports Network will televise 16 pre-produced and edited episodes of the 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event, after striking a multi-year deal earlier this year. This deal sees coverage of the WSOP Main Event return to its original broadcast partner after featuring on CBS Sports Spectacular in the mid-1970s.
All 16 episodes will be televised following the conclusion of the tournament.
PokerGO will provide live streaming duties of the World Championship event starting on Day 1A (November 4) until the end on November 17, except Day 1B (November 5).
Away from the Main Event, there will be additional coverage of more than two dozen tournaments thru November 23, 2021. They include the $50,000 Poker Players Championship and the $250,000 Super High Roller.
Here's a look at the remaining PokerGO live-stream schedule:
|Tuesday, October 19||Event #33: $800 8-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack|
|Thursday, October 21||Event #38: $50,000 8-Handed High Roller No-Limit Hold'em|
|Friday, October 22||Event #39: $1,500 8-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha|
|Saturday, October 23||Event #40: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship|
|Sunday, October 24||Event #44: $3,000 6-Handed Limit Hold’em|
|Tuesday, October 26||Event #45: $10,000 8-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha Championship|
|Tuesday, October 26||Event #47: $5,000 8-Handed Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em|
|Wednesday, October 27||Event #49: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship|
|Saturday, October 30||Event #53: $25,000 8-Handed High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha|
|Friday, November 5||Event #60: $50,000 Poker Players Championship|
|Thursday, November 19||Event #79: $1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Bounty|
|Saturday: November 20||Event #82: $250,000 Super High Roller|
|Monday, November 22||Event #85: $50,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em|
|Tuesday, November 23||Event #87: $100,000 High Roller|
*Dates, times, and specific events of this schedule are subject to change.
Remember, poker fans can catch live updates from every single bracelet event from start to finish right here on PokerNews. Make sure to bookmark the 2021 World Series of Poker Hub, with all the reporting, news, interviews, and more from Las Vegas.
The remaining players are on a 10-minute break.
Many of the recent hands haven't seen a showdown such as this one.
Ryan Leng opened to 1.7 million in the cutoff and Daniel Fortier jammed on the button. Leng folded and Fortier took the pot without a struggle.
Christopher Andler raised to 1,700,000 from under the gun and Daniel Fortier three-bet to 5,200,000 in the hijack. Anthony Ortega four-bet shoved for 10,900,000 from the small blind. Andler asked for a count and the dealer confirmed for Andler to five-bet jam for more. Fortier quickly got out of their way.
The board ran out for Andler to hold with the aces to eliminate Ortega in ninth place.
Ryan Leng limped in from the early position and Daniel Fortier raised to 2,600,000 from the middle position. The action folded back to Leng who decided to three-bet jam and Fortier snap-called.
The flop came to give Leng a small glimmer of hope to hit a flush to knock Fortier out but the rest of the board was completed with the on the turn and the on the river to split the pot.
Jaesh Balachandran jammed for 9.2 million from early position. Mordechai Hazan called in middle position and everyone else folded.
Balachandran ran into aces and needed help. The flop changed nothing and the turn left him drawing dead. The came on the river to give Hazan unnecessary quad aces, while Balachandran took his exit.
Jaesh Balachandran raised to 2,000,000 from the late position and Daniel Fortier three-bet jammed for 7,200,000 from the cutoff. The rest of the table folded but Balachandran made the call with the bigger stack.
The board ran out for Fortier to flop a set instantly and hold throughout the rest of the runout to double up.
Christopher Andler raised to 1.2 million from middle position and Mordechai Hazan jammed in the big blind. Andler snap-called for his 7.3 million total stack and hands were revealed.
Andler found a great time to pick up aces early at the final table and held without much of a sweat as the board ran out .