2021 World Series of Poker Europe 888poker WPTDS London Online
$1,100 Main Event ($150K GTD)

Event Info

Buy-in $1,100
Prize Pool $500,960
Players 518

Level Info

Level 31
Blinds 100,000 / 200,000
Ante 30,000

Players Info - Day 2

Players Left 1
Entries 518

Spahiu Ousted in 28th Place

Chad_Holloway • Level 21: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante
Renato Spahiu
Renato Spahiu

Renato Spahiu moved all in for 87,000 from under the gun and Jordan McDonnel three-bet jammed over the top from the button. Both blinds folded and Spahiu discovered the bad news.

Renato Spahiu: {j-Clubs}{10-Hearts}
Jordan McDonnel: {a-Spades}{a-Hearts}

McDonnel had the granddaddy of all hands and he scored the elimination after the board ran out {8-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{j-Hearts}{k-Clubs}. Spahiu took his leave in 28th, which brought about the three-table redraw.

Jordan McDonnel US
Jordan McDonnel
US 300,000 -75,000
Renato Spahiu us
Renato Spahiu
us Busted

Tags: Jordan McDonnelRenato Spahiu

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Chad_Holloway • Level 21: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante
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Ector Exits in 32nd Place

Chad_Holloway • Level 20: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante

Tim Garles opened for 35,000 from the button only to have Renard Ector three-bet jam for 149,000 from the big blind. Garles thought long and hard before making the call.

Renard Ector: {a-Spades}{8-Hearts}
Tim Garles: {k-Hearts}{10-Hearts}

Ector got it in good but fell behind on the {j-Hearts}{10-Spades}{3-Hearts} flop. The {a-Hearts} turn paired Ector but it also sealed the deal for Garles, who made his heart flush.

The meaningless {3-Clubs} was run out on the river and Ector exited in 32nd place for $2,705.

Tim Garles us
Tim Garles
us 800,000 490,000
Renard Ector us
Renard Ector
us Busted

Tags: Renard EctorTim Garles

Steele Gets Lucky to Stay Alive

Chad_Holloway • Level 20: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante

Jimmie Lucero opened for 40,000 on the button and then called when MSPT Hall of Famer Pat Steele three-bet jammed for 132,000 from the small blind.

Jimmie Lucero: {a-Spades}{k-Hearts}
Pat Steele: {k-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}

Lucero was in a dominating position, but then the flop fell {10-Clubs}{10-Spades}{a-Hearts} to give Steele trip tens. Neither the {4-Diamonds} turn nor {3-Clubs} river changed a thing and Steele shipped the double.

Jimmie Lucero US
Jimmie Lucero
US 300,000 -100,000
Pat Steele us
Pat Steele
us 285,000 153,000

Tags: Pat SteeleJimmie Lucero


Randash Done and Dusted

Chad_Holloway • Level 19: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

The short-stacked James Randash moved all in for 58,000 from the button and Ricardo Eyzaguirre isolated by three-bet jamming over the top from the small blind.

Ricardo Eyzaguirre: {a-Spades}{k-Clubs}
James Randash: {a-Clubs}{3-Hearts}

Randash had a kicker problem and it didn't get resolved as the board ran out {10-Clubs}{7-Spades}{2-Clubs}{q-Spades}{j-Diamonds}. Randash bowed out in 33rd place for $2,705.

Ricardo Eyzaguirre us
Ricardo Eyzaguirre
us 600,000 75,000
James Randash us
James Randash
us Busted

Tags: James RandashRicardo Eyzaguirre