Tournois Live 1
Event #14: $1,500 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em
Jours
123

Event Info

Buy-in $1,500
Prize Pool $3,193,320
Players 2,393

Info Niveau

Niveau 35
Blinds 250,000 / 500,000
Ante 500,000

Info Joueurs - Jour 3

Joueurs Survivants 1
Entrants 16

Highlights

Highlights

Event #14: $1,500 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em
Jour 3 terminé

Premier bracelet tricolore de l'été, Leo Soma triomphe pour 456.889$

mattohalloran • Niveau 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Leo Soma
Leo Soma

4000$ de gains, 4 dernières lignes online sur les WSOP 2021, Leo Soma sévit sur les tables virtuelles sous le pseudonyme d'Olux... le Français s'est fait un nom et un prénom lors du Jour 3 de l'Event WSOP #14 à 1500$ disputé en 6-Max. Le Français a remporté le 33e bracelet tricolore, il est devenu le 29e Français à entrer dans la légende WSOP !

Ils étaient 2 393 au départ et encore 159 à l'entame du Jour 2, Leo Soma avait 80 blindes pour commencer le Day 3 qui s'est déroulé à Las Vegas dans la nuit de jeudi à vendredi avec 16 joueurs en lice. Assuré d'un gain de 27 858$, le tricolore a mis deux heures à trouver le bon rythme avant de dérouler pour avoir 27 des 60 millions de jetons en circulation à 6 left.

Quatre de ses adversaires avaient alors encore un bloc de 20 blindes mais admirez l'enchaînement pour aspirer ses adversaires depuis les demi-finales. Déjà bien en place en début de partie, Leo Soma a donc conservé le tempo en éliminant Tianyi Mu (14e). Juste après que Joe Cada ait mis un badbeat à Mustapha Kanit (13e), le Français a poursuivi son travail de sape en terminant Corey Dodd (12e). Il a enchaîné avec un strike sur Ronit Chamani (11e - 35,785$) et le plus marocain des Espagnols, Javier Tsunamy (10e - 35,785$)!

Arrivé en table finale avec le chiplead, Leo Soma a ensuite réussi (et montré) un gros bluff sur le champion du monde WSOP Joe Cada. L'Américain s'est offert un sursis en sortant Ryan Jones (8e) mais il a finalement rendu les armes en 7e position, éliminé par le joueur de la Team Nutsr plus que jamais en lice pour le premier prix de 456,889$.

Leo Soma
Leo Soma

La démonstration a continué avec une défense de blinde malheureuse d'Ivan Zhechev (6e), de quoi partir en pause dîner avec 55% des jetons pour le Français.

Si Maximiliano Gallardo va ensuite se charger de Derek Sudell après le dinner break, Leo Soma va éliminer ses trois derniers adversaires pour terminer le travail. Le Français a éliminé 9 de ses 15 adversaires présents au Day 3. Exit le chipleader du début de journée Daniel Wellborn (4e) en faisant tapis avec {6-Clubs}{7-Clubs} alors que Thomas Schultz va lui doubler pour s'offrir un sursis et le head's up.

Leo Soma
Leo Soma

Maximiliano Gallardo va s'incliner postflop en payant rivière après avoir hésité 5 minutes, sous les acclamations d'un rail francophone présent depuis l'entame. Avec 92% des jetons à l'entame du dernier duel pour son adversaire, Thomas Schultz ne va faire illusion que quelques minutes.

Résigné, il va partir à tapis au tournant avec un tirage couleur, payé par le Français avec la Top paire du flop, une paire pour entrer dans la légende après une brique river. Le rail tricolore pouvait exulter définitivement !

PlaceJoueurGains
VainqueurLeo Soma (France)456,889$
2eThomas Schultz (USA)282,358$
3eMaximiliano Gallardo (Argentine)203,451$
4eDaniel Wellborn (USA)148,171$
5eDerek Sudell (USA)109,083$
6eIvan Zhechev (Bulgarie)81,188$
7eJoe Cada (USA)61,098$
8eRyan Jones (USA46,496$

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Thomas Schultz runner-up (282,358$)

mattohalloran • Niveau 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Thomas Schultz
Thomas Schultz

Leo Soma led into Schultz for 1,000,000 preflop. Thomas Schultz made the call.

"Wanted to see a flop, they all looked bored," Schultz remarked as he made the call, gesturing towards the rail.

The flop came {6-Hearts}{3-Spades}{j-Diamonds}. Soma fired for another 1,300,000. Schultz made the call.

The {7-Spades} turn earned an all in shove from Schultz. Soma made the call quickly.

Thomas Schultz: {k-Spades}{9-Spades}
Leo Soma: {j-Clubs}{3-Hearts}

The {10-Clubs} river finished out the board, ensuring that Soma's flopped two pair held, sending Schultz to the rail in 2nd place for a cash of $282,358.

Leo Soma fr
Leo Soma
fr 59,825,000 5,325,000
Thomas Schultz us
Thomas Schultz
us Eliminé

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Maximiliano Gallardo Eliminated in 3rd Place ($203,451)

• Niveau 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Maximiliano Gallardo
Maximiliano Gallardo

With action on Leo Soma in the small blind, he raised to 1,500,000 and got called by Maximiliano in the big blind. The flop came down {6-Spades}{4-Hearts}{9-Spades} and both players checked.

On the turn there was an {a-Clubs}, Soma bet 2,000,000 and Gallardo called.

A {10-Spades} came down on the river and Soma moved all in. Maximiliano went into the tank for about five minutes before finally deciding to call. Cards went up and Soma showed {8-Spades}{7-Diamonds} for a straight to the ten and Maximiliano had {k-Hearts}{6-Hearts} , for a pair of sixes which sent him to the rails.

Leo Soma fr
Leo Soma
fr 54,500,000 13,500,000
Maximiliano Gallardo ar
Maximiliano Gallardo
ar Eliminé

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Schultz Hits on River to Survive and Double Up

mattohalloran • Niveau 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante

Leo Soma was the first to act. He moved all in. He received a call from Thomas Schultz, who had 4,250,000 behind.

"You're gonna win," Schultz told Soma matter of factly. The two fist bumped as they had previously when Schultz had gone all in against Soma.

Thomas Schultz: {a-Spades}{j-Hearts}
Leo Soma: {k-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}

A familiar chant of "King! King! King!" came from the rail as Soma's supports continued to make themselves heard. This time, their request was fulfilled, on the {2-Spades}{5-Clubs}{k-Clubs} flop, giving Soma a pair and putting him out in front. The {5-Spades} turn left Schultz one card away from elimination.

The {a-Diamonds} arrived on the river, giving Schultz a pair of aces, and saving his tournament life, doubling up in the process.

"Told you this was fun" Schultz quipped after a moment, once the excitement and noise from the rail had quieted.

Leo Soma fr
Leo Soma
fr 41,250,000
Thomas Schultz us
Thomas Schultz
us 9,000,000 2,800,000

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Daniel Wellborn Eliminated in 4th Place ($148,171)

mattohalloran • Niveau 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Daniel Wellborn
Daniel Wellborn

Action folded around to current chip leader Leo Soma who moved all in. The lone person left to act was Daniel Wellborn, who started the day with the chip lead. Wellborn made the quick call.

Daniel Wellborn: {j-Hearts}{a-Hearts}
Leo Soma: {6-Clubs}{7-Clubs}

Wellborn was ahead for now, but that would not last long, as the {7-Diamonds}{5-Clubs}{k-Diamonds} flop gave Soma a pair and removed any chance of a flush for Wellborn. Soma's fan club erupted upon seeing the {7-Diamonds}. Wellborn failed to hit on any outs as the board finished {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}. Chants of "ALLEZ OLUX" and singing began pouring in from the rail as the board completed and Soma sent yet another opponent to the rail.

Daniel Wellborn was eliminated in 4th place. He will take home a cash of $148,171.

Leo Soma fr
Leo Soma
fr 41,250,000 1,950,000
Daniel Wellborn us
Daniel Wellborn
us Eliminé

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Niveau:
35
Blinds:
250,000/500,000
Ante:
500,000

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Gallardo Doubles Up

• Niveau 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Maximiliano Gallardo
Maximiliano Gallardo

Maximiliano Gallardo went all in on the button for slightly under 3,000,000 against Thomas Schultz. Schultz moved all in and the rest of the players folded.

Thomas Schultz: {a-Diamonds}{k-Spades}
Maximiliano Gallardo: {9-Hearts}{10-Hearts}

The board ran out {j-Spades}{8-Hearts}{4-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{5-Hearts} to give Gallardo a pair of tens to Schultz's ace-high, winning the hand and doubling up his stack.

Maximiliano Gallardo ar
Maximiliano Gallardo
ar 7,500,000 3,450,000
Thomas Schultz us
Thomas Schultz
us 6,200,000 -6,050,000

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