2021 WSOP Day 31: Kolev Leads the $10K 6-Handed NLHE Championship
Table Of Contents
- Kolev Leads Final 19 in the $10,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Championship
- Event #56: $10,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Championship Top 10 Chip Counts
- Cummings Has a Massive Chip Lead in the Seniors Championship
- Event #52: $1,000 Seniors Championship Top 10 Chip Counts
- Flowers Blossoms on Day 1b of the Colossus
- Event #55: $400 Colossus Top 10 Chip Counts
- Wong leads From The Front in the $10K Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship
- Event #57: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship Top 10 Chip Counts
October 30 was the 31st day of the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada. It was a day that saw two more champions crowned and four other events whittle their fields down to much more manageable numbers.
Shaun Deeb took down Event #53: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha for his fifth bracelet and an impressive $1,251,860 addition to his bankroll. Nicholas Julia got his hands on his first WSOP bracelet when he triumphed in Event 54: $2,500 Nine-Game Mix 6-handed.
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Kolev Leads Final 19 in the $10,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Championship
Only 19 remain in Event #56: $10,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Championship, and it is Bulgaria’s Boris Kolev who leads the race for the tournament’s bracelet and the $721,453 top prize.
Kolev finished with 2,185,000 chips after the day ended, a that saw the vast majority of the 136 returning players hit the rail. The Bulgarian grinder leads from four-time WSOP bracelet winner Asi Moshe (1,980,000), Matt Berkey (1,765,000), Nikita Kuznetsov (1,560,000), and Czech star Vojtech Ruzicka (1,450,000).
Further down the chip counts you find the likes of three-time WSOP champion Ben Yu (995,000), Moldova’s Pavel Plesuv (865,000), Nacho Barbero (695,000),JJ Liu (655,000), Mike Sowers (590,000), and Sam Grafton (535,000).
Play resumes at 2:00 p.m. local time on October 31.
Event #56: $10,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Championship Top 10 Chip Counts
|3||Matt Berkey||United States||1,765,000|
|5||Vojtech Ruzicka||Czech Republic||1,450,000|
|7||Steve Yea||South Korea||1,130,000|
|10||Ben Yu||United States||995,000|
Will Kolev get the job done in the $10K 6-Max Championship?
Cummings Has a Massive Chip Lead in the Seniors Championship
Day 3 of Event #52: $1,000 Seniors Championship turned out to be a memorable day of WSOP action as 148 starting players became just 16 after nearly 12 hours of scintillating poker with all remaining players making a huge jump in payouts.
Bagging the overwhelming chip lead at the end of the night was Christopher Cummings who finished with 22,650,000 which is well over double the second largest stack and is one-fifth of the chips remaining. The Houston, TX native emerged as a chip leader in the middle part of the day and just continued to climb from there, eliminating several players.
Second in chips with 9,700,000 was Dennis Jensen who is enjoying quite a successful and fun ride in what he says is his first ever WSOP event.
Right on his heel in third place was Daniel Lujano with 9,325,000.
There is a drop-off from the third place stack to fourth where Eric Sunde sits with 7,325,000 and Todd Hansen rounds out the top five stacks with 7,315,000.
The remaining 16 will return to play on the outer feature tables for Day 4 on Sunday in the Amazon Room at 10 a.m. local time.
Event #52: $1,000 Seniors Championship Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Christopher Cummings||United States||22,765,000|
|2||Dennis Jensen||United States||9,700,000|
|3||Daniel Lujano||United States||9,325,000|
|4||Eric Sunde||United States||7,350,000|
|5||Todd Hansen||United States||7,315,000|
|6||Stuart Hosen||United States||7,305,000|
|7||Louis Cheffy||United States||7,065,000|
|8||Jonathan Ingalls||United States||5,850,000|
|9||Daniel Stebbins||United States||5,695,000|
|10||Robert Davis||United States||5,380,000|
Flowers Blossoms on Day 1b of the Colossus
Day 1a combined with Day 1b of Event #55: $400 Colossus No-limit Hold'em attracted a whopping 9,399 entrants. The total prize pool is still being worked out but will be available shortly.
The first starting flight attracted 4,217 entrants. There were 632 to make the money but only 484 players advanced to Day 2. Hiep 'David' Tran bagged the chip lead coming back to 1,308,000.
The second starting flight attracted 5,182 entrants. In the last level of the day, 778 players made the money with just 697 to bag. A few players among end of day chip leaders include Frank Flowers (1,217,000), Andrew Heckman (1,000,000), Kao "Flexx" Saechao (994,000), Mikhaile Richards (950,000), and Anant Patel (925,000).
The remaining players combined from each flight will come back for Day 2 tomorrow October 31 at 10:00 a.m. PT at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. The players will play 15 levels with a duration of 40-minutes. They will have a 15-min break every three levels with a 60-minute break after Level 29 (≈7:00 p.m.).
Event #55: $400 Colossus Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Frank Flowers||United States||1,217,000|
|2||Timothy Keenan||United States||1,172,000|
|3||Dwayne Hillock||United States||1,031,000|
|4||Keith Doering||United States||1,024,000|
|5||Andrew Heckman||United States||1,000,000|
|6||Kao Chieng Saechao||United States||994,000|
|7||Eric Stamey||United States||984,000|
|8||Mikhaile Richards||United States||950,000|
|9||Anant Patel||United States||925,000|
|10||Michael Thach||United States||886,000|
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Wong leads From The Front in the $10K Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship
After a Day 1 that saw 80 players enter the field, Danny Wong is the chip leader in Event #57: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship at the 2021 World Series of Poker. Late registration closes at the beginning of Sunday's Day 2, which begins at 2 p.m. More players are expected to join the 35 returning runners to compete for the WSOP gold bracelet in this prestigious mixed games event.
Wong returns to Day 2 with the lead in search of his first WSOP gold bracelet. His career-best finish at the WSOP was a run to third place in the 2017 $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha event and Wong has two cashes so far at the 2021 WSOP.
Several players with big stacks will look to catch Wong tomorrow. Michael Trivett is not far behind after steadily building his stack throughout the day and Shaun Deeb will return among the leaders following his late registration on the heels of winning his fifth bracelet in the $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller event. Other players returning with big stacks include Brian Yoon, Matt Valeo, Nathan Gamble, and Aditya Prasetyo.
Daniel Negreanu will return with one of the smaller stacks and will look for an opportunity to spin it up early on Day 2. Phil Hellmuth registered late in the evening, but still bagged just over 100K chips and will return to take his shot at bracelet 17.
Levels will increase to 90-minutes on Day 2 and blinds will start at 2,000/4,000 with limits at 4,000/8,000. Day 2 will play for seven levels with a 60-minute dinner break after Level 14.
Event #57: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Danny Wong||United States||340,000|
|2||Michael Trivett||United States||315,000|
|3||Nathan Gamble||United States||257,000|
|4||Shaun Deeb||United States||251,000|
|5||Matt Valeo||United States||238,000|
|6||Aditya Prasetyo||United States||235,000|
|8||Kevin Gerhart||United States||217,000|
|9||Michael Noori||United States||214,000|
|10||Brian Yoon||United States||204,000|
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In this Series
- 1 2021 WSOP Day 1: Series Underway With Star-Studded $25k H.O.R.S.E.
- 2 2021 WSOP Day 2: Hellmuth In The Hunt For 16th Bracelet
- 3 2021 WSOP Day 3: Drinan On Course For His Second Bracelet
- 4 2021 WSOP Day 4: Cornell In Pole Position For First Bracelet
- 5 2021 WSOP Day 5: Negreanu, Matusow, Seidel, and Hellmuth Advance in the $10K LO8 Championship
- 6 2021 WSOP Day 6: Phil Hellmuth Chasing 16th Bracelet Deep in the $10K LO8 Championship
- 7 2021 WSOP Day 7: Hellmuth Four Players Away From Bracelet #16
- 8 2021 WSOP Day 8: Deeb Looking For Bracelet #5
- 9 2021 WSOP Day 9: FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver Headlines $10K Limit Final Table; Racener Leads
- 10 2021 WSOP Day 10: Brian Yoon Hunting for Fourth Bracelet
- 11 2021 WSOP Day 11: Hellmuth In The Hunt Again; Reaches Another Final Table
- 12 2021 WSOP Day 12: Negreanu Hunting for Seventh Bracelet
- 13 2021 WSOP Day 13: Five Left in Milly Maker; Marle Cordeiro Among Last 17 in Ladies Event
- 14 2021 WSOP Day 14: Vanessa Kade Racks Up Fifth Cash of the Series
- 15 2021 WSOP Day 15: Zinno On Course For Fourth Bracelet
- 16 2021 WSOP Day 16: Kornuth Reaches Back-to-Back $10K Short Deck Finals
- 17 2021 WSOP Day 17: Phil Hellmuth Hunting for 16th Bracelet with 10 Remaining in $1,500 NL 2-7 Lowball
- 18 2021 WSOP Day 18: Elezra in the Mix For His Fifth Bracelet
- 19 2021 WSOP Day 19: David “Bakes” Baker Hunting for Third Bracelet at $1,500 Triple Draw Final Table
- 20 2021 WSOP Day 20: Friedman After a Three-Peat as Negreanu and Hellmuth Advance to Final 10 in $10K Dealer's Choice
- 21 2021 WSOP Day 21: Addamo Flying High In Yet Another High Roller
- 22 2021 WSOP Day 22: Arieh Positions Himself For Bracelet #3
- 23 2021 WSOP Day 23: Gerhart, Johnson, and Shack-Harris Seeking Third Bracelets with Five Remaining in $10K H.O.R.S.E.
- 24 2021 WSOP Day 24: JC Tran Flying High in the $10K PLO
- 25 2021 WSOP Day 25: Elezra and Matusow Hunting for Fifth Bracelets in the $10K PLO Championship
- 26 2021 WSOP Day 26: Soverel Leads the Charge in the NL 2-7 Single Draw Championship
- 27 2021 WSOP Day 27: Glaser Leads Final 8 $10K NL 2-7 Championship as Negreanu Alive Hunting for Seventh Bracelet
- 28 2021 WSOP Day 28: Stars Turn Out For $25K PLO High Roller; Deeb Flying High
- 29 2021 WSOP Day 29: Lamb Registers Late In $25K PLO and Bags Lead
- 30 2021 WSOP Day 30: Ka Kwan Lau On Course For $25K PLO Bracelet
- 31 2021 WSOP Day 31: Kolev Leads the $10K 6-Handed NLHE Championship
- 32 WSOP 2021 Day 32: Yockey Bags $50k Poker Players Championship Day 1 Chip Lead
- 33 2021 WSOP Day 33: Volpe and Cates Lead Final 35 of the $50K Poker Players Championship
- 34 2021 WSOP Day 34: Ryan Leng Leads Final 10 in the $50K PPC
- 35 2021 WSOP Day 35: Eli Elezra Leads Final 5 in the $50K Poker Players Championship
- 36 2021 WSOP Day 36: Main Event Underway, Brunson Up to Old Tricks
- 37 2021 WSOP Day 37: Three Bracelet-Winners Crowned as Main Event Continues
- 38 2021 WSOP Day 38: Aleksandr Shevlyakov Bags Overall Chip Lead on Day 1c of the Main Event
- 39 2021 WSOP Day 39: Main Event Breaks Through 4,500 Entrants; Ajayi Tops Counts
- 40 2021 WSOP Day 40: Joe Hachem Back in Form on Day 1e of the Main Event
- 41 2021 WSOP Day 41: Rameez Shahid Leads Main Event as Phil Hellmuth Makes Grand Entrance
- 42 2021 WSOP Day 42: Main Event Whittled to 2,362 Players
- 43 2021 WSOP Day 43: Jessica Cai Leads After Main Event Bubble Bursts
- 44 2021 WSOP Day 44: Ramon Colillas Bags Day 4 Chip Lead in WSOP Main Event
- 45 2021 WSOP Day 45: Aldemir Claims Main Event Chip Lead After Day 5
- 46 2021 WSOP Day 46: Park Leads the Final 36 in the Main Event
- 47 2021 WSOP Day 47: Yuval Bronshtein Leads Final Four in $10K Stud Hi-Lo Championship in Hunt for Third Bracelet
- 48 2021 WSOP Day 48: Lisandro Leads Hellmuth After $10,000 Razz Championship Day 1
- 49 2021 WSOP Day 49: Hellmuth Hunting for Bracelet #17 as Dzivielevski Leads Final 14 in $10K Razz Championship
- 50 2021 WSOP Day 50: Benny Glaser Hunting for 4th Bracelet with Heads-Up Lead in $10K Razz Championship
- 51 2021 WSOP Day 51: Glaser, Schemion, Cowen and Wheeler Pick Up Bracelets; Mateos Chip Leads in $250K SHR
- 52 2021 WSOP Day 52: Jason Koon Leads $50K High Roller
- 53 2021 WSOP Day 53: Holz In Front In The $100K High Roller
- 54 2021 WSOP Day 54: Michael Addamo Leads Final Five in $100K High Roller