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2021 World Series of Poker

Event #77: $1,500 Fifty Stack No-Limit Hold'em
Jours 2
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Main Gagnante
Event Info
Prize Pool
Info Niveau
800,000 / 1,600,000
Info Joueurs - Jour 2
Joueurs Survivants

Day 2 Seat Draw

Amazon4561Mercedes OstiFrance460,00015
Amazon4562Jack DuongUnited States249,0008
Amazon4563Kenny LayUnited States560,00019
Amazon4564Leo GubenkoUnited States200,0007
Amazon4565Caroline MccarterUnited States795,00027
Amazon4566Martin RobinsonUnited States915,00031
Amazon4567Scott KyleUnited States330,00011
Amazon4568Robert LipkinUnited States130,0004
Amazon4571Zachary NicholsonUnited States585,00020
Amazon4572Bart LybaertBelgium320,00011
Amazon4573Veronica DunnUnited States330,00011
Amazon4574Edouard MignotFrance120,0004
Amazon4575Luciano SantosBrazil350,00012
Amazon4576Terry BoutcherCanada890,00030
Amazon4577Timothee ScottiFrance1,105,00037
Amazon4578Jim CollopyUnited States1,205,00040
Amazon4579Paul MarinescuUnited States950,00032
Amazon4581Kristofer KnealeUnited States475,00016
Amazon4582Ryan GittlesonUnited States475,00016
Amazon4583Euclid ZurbaranUnited States700,00023
Amazon4584Martin BicanikCzech Republic1,150,00038
Amazon4585Ryan LenaghanUnited States545,00018
Amazon4586Dalton BrinkerUnited States1,135,00038
Amazon4587Paulo JoanelloBrazil505,00017
Amazon4588Keith PomonisUnited States395,00013
Amazon4591Mike AzzaroUnited States750,00025
Amazon4592Kevin TheodoreUnited States1,410,00047
Amazon4593Yiannis LiperisUnited Kingdom560,00019
Amazon4594Igor DurselUnited Kingdom200,0007
Amazon4595Brett ShafferUnited States460,00015
Amazon4596Valentyn ShabelnykUnited States1,490,00050
Amazon4597Rostyslav SabishchenkoUnited Kingdom1,115,00037
Amazon4598Craig BurkeIreland2,080,00069
Amazon4599Leo MargetsSpain375,00013
Amazon4601Stephen DangeloUnited States195,0007
Amazon4602Hans ErlandssonSweden190,0006
Amazon4603Ron MoisescuIsrael1,375,00046
Amazon4604Abhishek SikriUnited States355,00012
Amazon4605Dobromir NikovBuglaria1,040,00035
Amazon4606Besnainou AngeFrance32,0001
Amazon4607Yoshihide KawaharaUnited States650,00022
Amazon4608Ali AlawadhiUnited States475,00016
Amazon4609Raghav BansalIndia400,00013
Amazon4631Christian LielGermany1,025,00034
Amazon4632Michael RuaneUnited States790,00026
Amazon4633Ryan HohnerUnited States810,00027
Amazon4634Sean TanSingapore800,00027
Amazon4635Quang NgoUnited States310,00010
Amazon4636William ChewningUnited States845,00028
Amazon4637Warren RussellCanada470,00016
Amazon4639Ryan DepauloUnited States2,735,00091
Amazon4641Luis KameiBrazil730,00024
Amazon4642Ting-Yi TsaiTiwan175,0006
Amazon4643Julian PinedaColombia1,130,00038
Amazon4644Naoki ShiodeUnited States175,0006
Amazon4645Jason JamesCanada510,00017
Amazon4646Scott HallUnited States1,280,00043
Amazon4647Kris LeeUnited Kingdom695,00023
Amazon4649Ian HamiltonIreland725,00024
Amazon4652Ryan TevesUnited States800,00027
Amazon4653James SileoUnited States670,00022
Amazon4654Michael CribierUnited States660,00022
Amazon4655Ryan HillerUnited States1,275,00043
Amazon4656Axel HallayFrance185,0006
Amazon4657Inkyu ChoiSouth Korea145,0005
Amazon4658Fabio MuhrAustria225,0008
Amazon4661Nicholas VerderamoUnited States415,00014
Amazon4662Damian SalasArgentina700,00023
Amazon4663Barry HutterUnited States505,00017
Amazon4664Martin GavasciArgentina970,00032
Amazon4665Georgios SotiropoulosGreece325,00011
Amazon4666Shohei MiyazakiJapan625,00021
Amazon4668Hogyun KangSouth Korea815,00027
Amazon4671Aleksandr ShevliakovRussia360,00012
Amazon4672Alexandre ReardFrance320,00011
Amazon4673Timothy ElmshaeuserUnited States560,00019
Amazon4674Ari EngelUnited States525,00018
Amazon4675Derek GomezUnited States585,00020
Amazon4676Wilbern HoffmanUnited States485,00016
Amazon4677John VournasUnited States700,00023
Amazon4678Gal YifrachUnited States430,00014
Amazon4701Elio FoxUnited States930,00031
Amazon4702Karen SarkisyanRussia855,00029
Amazon4703Andrew FossUnited States170,0006
Amazon4704Eric ValleeCanada275,0009
Amazon4705Matteo SaraisItaly630,00021
Amazon4708Christopher PalumboUnited States415,00014
Amazon4709Paul SokoloffUnited Kingdom385,00013
Amazon4711David MorelUnited States210,0007
Amazon4712David KellyIreland335,00011
Amazon4713Boris KolevBulgaria1,175,00039
Amazon4714Garrett BeckmanUnited States1,375,00046
Amazon4715Florian GauguschAustria570,00019
Amazon4716Toby PriceUnited States750,00025
Amazon4717Martin JacobsonSweden965,00032
Amazon4719Derek WoltersUnited States850,00028
Amazon4721Haixia ZhangUnited States400,00013
Amazon4722Carlos ChangTaiwan100,0003
Amazon4723Randall ChamberlainUnited States730,00024
Amazon4724John GorsuchUnited States1,525,00051
Amazon4725Anthony SpinellaUnited States475,00016
Amazon4726Roongsak GriffethUnited States1,375,00046
Amazon4727Paul HoeferGermany315,00011
Amazon4728Ismael BojangAustria500,00017
Amazon4729Dominic BrazierUnited States380,00013
Amazon4731Mike SowersUnited States575,00019
Amazon4732Wayne GibsonUnited States535,00018
Amazon4733Marius HeieneNorway505,00017
Amazon4734Yulian BogdanovBulgaria890,00030
Amazon4735Yannick CardotFrance985,00033
Amazon4736Ronald TaylorUnited States525,00018
Amazon4737Shachar HaranUnited States580,00019
Amazon4738Thomas TaylorCanada365,00012
Amazon4739Seungyeol KimSouth Korea380,00013

Event #77: $1,500 Fifty Stack No-Limit Hold'em

Jour 2 a débuté

Ryan Depaulo Leads 114 Players Into Day 2 of Event #77: $1,500 Fifty Stack No-Limit Hold'em

Ryan Depaulo
Ryan Depaulo

The stacks were big, the levels were short, and at the end of Day 1, just 114 players out of a starting field of 1,501 remained. They return to play down to a winner today in Event #77: $1,500 Fifty Stack No-Limit Hold’em.

Ryan Depaulo isn’t sitting in his car in the parking lot of a New Jersey Whole Foods, but he is currently sitting on the chip lead with 2,735,000 as he chases his second World Series of Poker bracelet. He’s followed in the top 10 by former Millionaire Maker champion John Gorsuch (1,525,000) and Roongsak Griffeth (1,375,000), who is coming off a 29th-place finish in the Main Event.

Top 10 Chip Counts

1Ryan DepauloUnited States2,735,000
2Craig BurkeIreland2,080,000
3John GorsuchUnited States1,525,000
4Valentyn ShabelnykUkraine1,490,000
5Kevin TheodoreUnited States1,410,000
6Roongsak GriffethUnited States1,375,000
7Garrett BeckmanUnited States1,375,000
8Ron MoisescuIsrael1,375,000
9Scott HallUnited States1,280,000
10Ryan HillerUnited States1,275,000

Main Event champions Martin Jacobson (965,000) and Damian Salas (700,000) are also still in the hunt for their second bracelet. Other notables returning for Day 2 include Jim Collopy (1,205,000), Elio Fox (930,000), Michael Ruane (790,000), and Ari Engel (525,000). Georgios Sotiropoulos, already with two bracelets in 2021, will try to win his third but comes into Day 2 on a short-stack of 325,000.

The tournament is scheduled to play down to a champion today. The action picks up on Level 23, with blinds at 15,000-30,000 and a 30,000 ante. With the average stack a little more than 20 big blinds and levels only 30 minutes long, the remaining field should be whittled down fast.

A top prize of $321,917 and the WSOP bracelet await the winner at the end of the day. PokerNews will be providing all the live updates and chip counts on what will surely be a fast and furious day of action.

Tags: Ari EngelDamian SalasElio FoxGeorgios SotiropoulosJim CollopyJohn GorsuchMartin JacobsonMichael RuaneRyan Depaulo

Niveau: 23

Blinds: 15,000/30,000

Ante: 30,000

Ruane Picks Up Aces on First Hand

Niveau 23 : 15,000/30,000, 30,000 ante

On the first hand of Day 2, Quang Ngo shoved all in for 310,000 and was up against former November Niner Michael Ruane. Ngo showed {7-Hearts}{7-Spades}, but Ruane had woken up with {a-Spades}{a-Clubs}.

The board ran out {k-Clubs}{5-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}{a-Hearts}, leaving Ruane with a set and Ngo with a quick trip to the exit.

"Glad I showed up on time," Ruane said.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Michael Ruane us
Michael Ruane
1,100,000 1,100,000
Quang Ngo us
Quang Ngo

Tags: Michael RuaneQuang Ngo

Sabishchenko Eliminates Two on the First Hand

Niveau 23 : 15,000/30,000, 30,000 ante

Yiannis Liperis raised it up in early position and Igor Dursel shoved all in for 200,000 on his left. Rostyslav Sabishchenko re-shoved all in from the small blind and Liperis called off his stack of 560,000.

Igor Dursel: {a-Diamonds}{q-Hearts}
Yiannis Liperis: {a-Spades}{k-Hearts}
Rostyslav Sabishchenko: {10-Hearts}{10-Clubs}

The board ran out {9-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}{j-Hearts}{8-Spades} and Sabishchenko's pocket tens held up for the double-elimination.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Rostyslav Sabishchenko ua
Rostyslav Sabishchenko
1,890,000 775,000
Yiannis Liperis cy
Yiannis Liperis
Igor Dursel gb
Igor Dursel

Tags: Yiannis Liperis

Hallay Triples Up

Niveau 23 : 15,000/30,000, 30,000 ante

Axel Hallay moved all in for his last 180,000 and was called by Inkyu Choi. Next to act, Shachar Haran re-raised all in for around 700,000.

Choi went into the tank for a few minutes before folding. "I might triple you up," Haran told Hallay as he turned over {k-Spades}{q-Spades}.

Hallay had {a-Spades}{9-Spades} and flopped an ace on a board of {a-Hearts}{5-Hearts}{8-Hearts}{5-Clubs}{k-Hearts} to secure the triple up.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Inkyu Choi kr
Inkyu Choi
700,000 555,000
Shahcar Haran us
Shahcar Haran
550,000 550,000
Axel Hallay fr
Axel Hallay
540,000 355,000

Tags: Axel HallayShachar HaranInkyu Choi

Gavasci Flushes Out Sotiropoulos

Niveau 23 : 15,000/30,000, 30,000 ante
Georgios Sotiropoulos
Georgios Sotiropoulos

Martin Gavasci raised it up from the button and Georgios Sotiropoulos shoved all in for just under 300,000 in the small blind. Gavasci asked for a count and then called to put Sotiropoulos at risk.

Georgios Sotiropoulos: {a-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}
Martin Gavasci: {a-Hearts}{8-Hearts}

The flop came {j-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{4-Hearts} to give Gavasci a flush draw and the {9-Hearts} on the turn made his flush. Sotiropoulos was left drawing dead to the {a-Spades} on the river and was eliminated.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Martin Gavasci ar
Martin Gavasci
1,250,000 280,000
Georgios Sotiropoulos gr
Georgios Sotiropoulos
WSOP 2X Winner

Tags: Georgios SotiropoulosMartin Gavasci

Hutter Shoves the Flop With Kings

Niveau 23 : 15,000/30,000, 30,000 ante

Barry Hutter and Hogyun Kang went heads-up to a flop of {5-Clubs}{9-Spades}{3-Clubs}. Kang, in the big blind, bet 175,000 before Hutter shoved all in for 370,000 from early position. Kang tanked for a moment before calling.

Barry Hutter: {k-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}
Hogyun Kang: {k-Clubs}{j-Hearts}

Hutter was well ahead as the board ran out {9-Diamonds}{5-Spades}, no help to Kang who sent a signifiant portion of his stack over to Hutter.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Barry Hutter us
Barry Hutter
800,000 295,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Hogyun Kang kr
Hogyun Kang
250,000 -565,000

Tags: Barry HutterHogyun Kang

James Doubles Through Hall

Niveau 23 : 15,000/30,000, 30,000 ante

The action folded around to Jason James and Scott Hall in the blinds who quickly got all of their chips in the middle. James was the player at risk for just under 400,000 but had the inferior hand.

Jason James: {k-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}
Scott Hall: {a-Spades}{k-Clubs}

The flop came {j-Hearts}{10-Spades}{3-Spades} and James hit a pair of jacks to take the lead. The {6-Clubs} on the turn and the {9-Spades} on the river changed nothing as James found a double up.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Scott Hall us
Scott Hall
1,900,000 620,000
Jason James ca
Jason James
850,000 340,000

Tags: Jason JamesScott Hall