11th Day of 2021 WSOP

WSOP 2021

One more action-packed event marched towards handing up its sought-after poker bling on Day 11 of the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP). The prize pool for Event #18 is $2,500. Triple Draw, Mixed The heads-up duo chose to return later on October 11 with the clocks indicating beyond 3:00 a.m., delaying the crowning of the champion. Tournament #19: Seven Card Stud Championship, when a certain Phil Hellmuth won a pile in yet another non-hold’em event, is one of the in-play events.

 

In Event #19, the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship, Phil Hellmuth is leading the chase. Throughout the series, the self-proclaimed Poker Brat has been knocking on the door of bracelet number 16. He’s only six elimination rounds away from breaking his own record for most bracelets won. Because of the loaded field, this event will be much more challenging.

 

With 730,000 chips, Anthony Zinno is only behind Hellmuth and has a good chance of earning his third bracelet. Then there’s James Chen (660,000) and Jose Paz-Gutierrez (586,000), who aren’t far behind. Jason Gola (542,000), Stephen Chidwick (266,000), and Hall of Famer Jack McClelland (185,000) are all still in the running.

 

On Day 3 of the Millionaire Maker, Darryl Ronconi is the chip leader. Ronconi made it through the money bubble with only 10 large blinds. Apolinario Luis and Thomas Eychenne are also members of the two-million chip club. The Day 2 field of 1,174 has been reduced to a more modest 170.

 

In the WSOP Flip & Go tournament, Huy Lam is the chip leader. Rok Gostisa, an online poker pro, is one of those hiding behind Lam. David Peters, a three-time WSOP champion, is also in the mix. Those two guys may be in the lead right now, but there are several outstanding players chasing them down.

 

Day 1 chip leader in Event #21: $1,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo is Scott Abrams of Henderson, Nevada. The tournament drew 640 players to the tables, but only 199 of them walked away with chips after the 15th stage. John Cernuto, a three-time bracelet winner, is on the lookout for additional poker hardware. Among those who stuffed their chips into the overnight bags were GGPoker ambassador Daniel Negreanu (147,000) and Yuri Dzivielevski (143,500).

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