Event #82: $250,000 Super High Roller
Jours
123

Event Info

Buy-in $250,000
Prize Pool $8,217,000
Players 33

Info Niveau

Niveau 22
Blinds 200,000 / 400,000
Ante 400,000

Info Joueurs - Jour 3

Joueurs Survivants 1

Highlights

Highlights

Keith Tilston Eliminated in 5th Place ($632,124)

MattHansen • Niveau 20: 125,000-250,000, 250,000 ante
Keith Tilston
Keith Tilston

John Kincaid raised to 550,000 and Tilston shoved for 2,780,000. Kincaid called quickly.

Keith Tilston: {a-Spades}{3-Spades}
John Kincaid: {a-Diamonds}{10-Spades}

The board ran out {q-Hearts}{a-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}{9-Spades}{8-Spades} and Kincaid made a straight on the river to eliminate Tilston in fifth place for $632,124.

Adrian Mateos es
Adrian Mateos
Winamax Team Pro
es 26,600,000 800,000
John Kincaid US
John Kincaid
US 9,200,000 3,300,000
Seth Davies us
Seth Davies
us 7,400,000 -500,000
Ben Heath gb
Ben Heath
gb 6,300,000
Keith Tilston us
Keith Tilston
us Eliminé

Tags: John KincaidKeith Tilston

Davies Flips for the Win

[user339872] • Niveau 20: 125,000-250,000, 250,000 ante
Seth Davies
Seth Davies

Seth Davies raised to 550,000 in the cutoff and John Kincaid three-bet to 2,000,000 from the small blind. Davies four-bet shoved all in for 3,675,000 and Kincaid quickly called.

Seth Davies: {a-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}
John Kincaid: {10-Clubs}{10-Diamonds}

It turned out to be a coin flip for stacks and the flop of {k-Spades}{7-Clubs}{2-Hearts} gave Davies the lead with a pair of kings. The {3-Clubs} on the turn and the {2-Diamonds} on the river secured the double up for Davies.

Seth Davies us
Seth Davies
us 7,900,000 4,100,000
John Kincaid US
John Kincaid
US 5,900,000 -4,200,000

Tags: John KincaidSeth Davies

Tilston Gets a Chop to Stay Alive

MattHansen • Niveau 20: 125,000-250,000, 250,000 ante

Adrian Mateos raised to 3,280,000 and Keith Tilston called for less with 3,080,000.

Keith Tilston: {q-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}
Adrian Mateos: {q-Spades}{10-Diamonds}

The board ran out {k-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}{k-Spades}{3-Spades}{a-Diamonds} and the river ace brought the chopped pot to keep Tilston in the tournament.

Adrian Mateos es
Adrian Mateos
Winamax Team Pro
es 25,800,000 300,000
John Kincaid US
John Kincaid
US 10,100,000
Ben Heath gb
Ben Heath
gb 6,300,000 -200,000
Seth Davies us
Seth Davies
us 3,800,000 -750,000
Keith Tilston us
Keith Tilston
us 3,300,000 -200,000

Tags: Adrian MateosKeith Tilston

Kincaid Spikes the River to Double Through Tilston

[user339872] • Niveau 20: 125,000-250,000, 250,000 ante

Keith Tilston opened to 600,000 from under the gun and John Kincaid shoved all in for 4,775,000 in the small blind. Adrian Mateos folded his big blind and Tilston asked for a count before making the call to put Kincaid at risk.

John Kincaid: {a-Clubs}{j-Clubs}
Keith Tilston: {a-Spades}{q-Clubs}

The flop came {7-Hearts}{3-Spades}{3-Diamonds} and Tilston remained in the lead. The {a-Hearts} on the turn and the {j-Hearts} on the river gave Kincaid the better two pair to double up through Tilston.

John Kincaid US
John Kincaid
US 10,100,000 6,175,000
Keith Tilston us
Keith Tilston
us 3,500,000 -5,400,000

Tags: John KincaidKeith TilstonAdrian Mateos

2021 WSOP Streaming Exclusively on PokerGO

Chad_Holloway • Niveau 20: 125,000-250,000, 250,000 ante
PokerGO WSOP
PokerGO WSOP

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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.

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Cards are In the Air

[user339872] • Niveau 20: 125,000-250,000, 250,000 ante

The cards are in the air with just over 35 minutes remaining in level 20.

Niveau:
20
Blinds:
125,000/250,000
Ante:
250,000

The Final Five is Set in Event #82: $250,000 Super High Roller No-Limit Hold'em

[user339872]
Adrian Mateos
Adrian Mateos

There were a total of 33 entries that ponied up the largest buy-in of the series for Event #82: $250,000 Super High Roller No-Limit Hold'em and after two full days of poker, only five players remain in the quest for one of the largest prize pools. Adrian Mateos will come into the final day as the overwhelming chip leader, entering the final table with 25,500,000 chips.

Mateos holds over half of the chips in play after a dominant performance on Day 2, especially near the money bubble where he whittled away at the short stacks. Mateos already has three World Series of Poker gold bracelets to his name and a fourth one that comes with a $3,265,362 payday would be a nice addition to his resume.

Following Mateos among the final five competitors is Keith Tilston who bagged up 8,900,000 chips. Tilston is the only other player to have won a bracelet, doing so in 2019 in the $100,000 High Roller event. Ben Heath currently sits in third place with 6,500,000 chips as he looks to cement his name as one of the elite players in the world, in search of his first WSOP title. Seth Davies (4,550,000) and John Kincaid (3,925,000) will have some work to do as they enter the day with under 20 big blinds each.

$250,000 Super High Roller Final Table

TableSeatNameChip CountBig Blinds
Featured Table1Ben Heath6,500,00026
Featured Table2John Kincaid3,925,00016
Featured Table3Adrian Mateos25,500,000102
Featured Table4Keith Tilston8,900,00036
Featured Table5Seth Davies4,550,00018

Each player has locked up a share of the $8.2 million prizepool with the money bubble bursting at the end of Day 2. Christoph Vogelsang was the unfortunate one to bow out in sixth place, leaving the rest with a guaranteed payday of $632,124. The pay jumps are significant and there is a lot of money up for grabs, as the best players in the world will try to navigate their way to the top.

The action is scheduled to get underway at 4 p.m. local time on the Mothership Stage inside the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. There will be around 35 minutes remaining in level 20 with the blinds at 125,000/250,000 and a 250,000 big blind ante. The action can be viewed on the PokerGO stream on a slight delay or you can follow all of the live updates from the PokerNews live reporting team.

Tags: Adrian MateosBen HeathChristoph VogelsangJohn KincaidKeith TilstonSeth Davies

Event #82: $250,000 Super High Roller
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