Day 1 Completed
|Blinds||60,000 / 120,000|
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
Allen "Acnyc718" Chang Wins 2021 WSOP Online Event #16: $600 PLO8 6-Handed for Second Bracelet ($61,394)
The first non-hold'em event of the 2021 WSOP schedule took place Friday evening with the 2021 World Series of Poker Online Event #16: $600 PLO8 6-Handed attracting 498 total entries to create a $268,920 prize pool.
After more than 11 hours of play, Allen "Acnyc718" Chang won his second WSOP bracelet and the $61,394 top prize after defeating Edwin "YungFlipWell" Roman in heads-up play.
The victory comes one year and ten days after he won his first WSOP bracelet last year in Event #5: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout. Chang, to The Hendon Mob, has $215,567 in live tournament earnings including a career-best $49,039 for finishing seventh in the 2010 Borgata Spring Poker Open Championship Event. As for the WSOP online events go, he has amassed $278,190 and two WSOP gold bracelets.
2021 WSOP Event #16: $600 PLO8 6-Handed Final Table Results
|1||Allen "Acnyc718" Chang||$61,394|
|2||Edwin "YungFlipWell" Roman||$37,837|
|3||Ryan "Santasbzack2" Stoker||$25,843|
|4||Brian "PiggyBear" Hacker||$17,964|
|5||Chris "pdx2nyc" Leslie-Hynan||$12,747|
|6||Andrew "WATCHGUY42" Lichtenberger||$9,197|
After Mike "Mkspresident" Shin exited as the bubble bout in 73rd place, the in-the-money eliminations came at a steady pace and included WSOP bracelet winner Ryan "Joeyisamush" Depaulo (49th - $1,103), Galen "turkmalloy" Hall (44th - $1,237), David "dwpoker" Williams (37th - $1,237), last year's champ Nathan "surfbum" Gamble (31st - $1,398), Yueqi "anoob" Zhu (18th - $1,990), and "tobi7bobi" (7th - $6,777).
Final Table Action
With six players to start the final table, one of them had to be the first to fall and that was Andrew "WATCHGUY42" Lichtenberger who flush flushed on the river by Chang. A few hands later, Chang continued with another elimination after he turned broadway to send Chris "pdx2nyc" Leslie-Hynan home in fifth place.
Brian "PiggyBear" Hacker was up next on the chopping block after their pocket nines were straightened out by Edwin "YungFlipWell" Roman on the river.
With the final three players sitting fairly even, the action was slow for the first two levels until Chang started gaining traction once again, turning a queen to eliminate Ryan "Santasbzack2" Stoker in third place for $35,663.
The heads-up battle saw Chang hold the majority of the chips in play and made quick work of Roman to earn him his second WSOP bracelet.
2021 WSOP Online Bracelet Winners Thus Far
|Date||Tournament||Players||Re-entries||Total Entries||Prize Pool||Winner||Prize|
|1-Jul||Event #1: $500 NLH BIG 500 Kick-Off||837||440||1277||$574,650||Jose "deposit" Nooa||$105,161|
|2-Jul||Event #2: $600 NLH Monster Stack||727||311||1038||$560,520||Manig "Ohio77" Loeser||$104,313|
|3-Jul||Event #3: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack||641||309||950||$427,500||Donnell "Spreezy52" Dais||$90,801|
|4-Jul||Event #4: $500 NLH Super Turbo||608||242||850||$382,500||Jeffery "Steelvikes7" Hoop||$73,861|
|5-July||Event #5: $1,000 NLH 8-Max||459||-||459||648,700||Jeremiah “freestylerr” Williams||$139,600|
|6-July||Event #6: $2,000 NLH Deepstack||312||104||416||$769,60||Tyler "ShipTheShip" Denson||$175,700|
|7-July||Event #7: $777 NLH Lucky 7's||576||312||888||$621,600||Michael "stiltwalk" Mercaldo||$123,574|
|8-July||Event #8: $888 Crazy Eights Hold'em||514||268||782||$625,600||Carlos "CarlosWelch" Welch||$124,369|
|9-July||Event #9: $400 NLH 6-Max||788||429||1,217||$438,120||Philip "wingsuiter" Beck||$81,534|
|10-July||Event #10: $333 NLH||986||531||1,517||$455,100||Michael "njnj17" Leib||$81,645|
|11-July||Event #11: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Ultra Deepstack||1,078||339||1,417||$510,120||Vijay “Eclypzed” Para||$86,210|
|12-July||Event #12: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack||654||305||959||$431,550||Bryan "Pellepelle" Piccioli||$83,332|
|13-July||Event #13: $1,000 NLH Freezeout||561||-||561||$504,900||Ryan "Adopt_aDogg0" Leng||$108,654|
|14-July||Event #14: $500 No Limit Hold'em||673||363||1,036||$466,200||Gionni "COLDWARKID" Demers||$90,023|
|15-July||Event #15: $5,300 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller Freezout||188||-||188||$940,000||Justin "Jsaliba2" Saliba||$253,800|
|16-July||Event #16: $600 PLO8 6-Handed||293||295||498||$268,920||Allen "Acnyc718" Chang||$61,394|
Edwin "YungFlipWell" Roman raised to 360,000 from the button, Allen "Acnyc718" Chang called.
The flop came the , Chang bet 720,000 which was covering the remaining 575,780 of Roman who called.
It was looking like a possible split pot as Chang led the low with the , while Roman held the for a pair of jacks for the high.
The turn was the and the river came the to bring in the flush for Chang and eliminate Roman in second place.
The WSOP.com Summer Online Circuit Event runs July 16–27. You’ll have a chance to win over $1 Million in guarantees, 12 WSOP Gold Rings, a chance to climb to the top spot on the $10k Series Leaderboard, and entry into the $25,000 Freeroll.
$10k Player of the Month Leaderboard
- Pays in Tournament Tickets to the top 10 players in the Gold Ring events
- First-place leaderboard finisher gains a seat into the $250,000 Year-End Championship event(which will award a WSOP Gold Bracelet)
$25,000 Freeroll – July 30 @ 4:30pm
- Each ring event winner from the series as well as the top 10 finishers on the $10k Player of the Month are eligible to participate in freeroll.
Grinder’s Only Second Chance Freeroll – July 30 @ 5:00pm
- The winner of this freeroll will earn a seat into the $250,000 Year-End Championship Event.
- Players who played in at least 3 Gold Ring events will be eligible to participate.
This event will award $250,000 in prize money as well as a WSOP Gold Bracelet. Only eligible players are invited to participate in this event. To become an eligible player:
- Win a WSOP Gold Ring Event during the 2021 season
- Win a $10,000 Player of the Month Leaderboard
- Win a Grinder’s Online Second Chance Freeroll
- Be one of the top 50 players on the Cumulative Circuit Leaderboard
Summer Online Circuit Schedule
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #1 - $40,000 GTD Limit O8 or Better 8-Max 3X Re-entry||7-16||4:00 PM||$320||$40,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #2 - $75,000 GTD NLH 2X Re-entry||7-17||4:00 PM||$215||$75,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #3 - $150,000 GTD NLH Monster Stack 3x Re-entry 8-Max||7-18||2:00 PM||$525||$150,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #4 - $50,000 GTD PLO $320 8-Max 3X Re-entry||7-19||2:00 PM||$320||$50,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #5 - $75,000 GTD NLH 6-Max 2x Re-entry||7-20||4:00 PM||$320||$75,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #6 - $75,000 GTD PLO High Roller 8-Max 2x Re-entry||7-21||4:00 PM||$1,000||$75,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #7 - $50,000 GTD NLH Freezeout||7-22||4:00 PM||$250||$50,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #8 - $50,000 GTD NLH Deep Turbo 2x Re-entry||7-23||4:00 PM||$215||$50,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #9 - $100,000 GTD NLH Double Stack 2x Re-entry||7-24||4:00 PM||$320||$100,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #10 - $200,000 GTD NLH Main Event 3x Re-entry 8-Max||7-25||2:00 PM||$525||$200,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #11 - $50,000 GTD PLO BIG $500 6-Max 3X Re-entry||7-26||4:00 PM||$500||$50,000|
|WSOP Summer Circuit Event #12 - $100,000 GTD NLH High Roller 6-Max 2x Re-entry||7-27||4:00 PM||$1,000||$100,000|
Ryan "Santasbzack2" Stoker was all in on the button for 671,036 and Allen "Acnyc718" Chang called from the big blind.
Allen "Acnyc718" Chang:
Ryan "Santasbzack2" Stoker:
The flop gave Stoker the wheel draw and the turn gave both players a broadway draw while pairing Chang's queen.
Stoker held a handful of outs but the river wasn't a winning one as it ended his tournament in third place for $25,843.
No stage in poker stood as a bigger goal for a tournament player than the final table of the WSOP Main Event. For years, that meant going to sleep knowing you had the chance of a lifetime, to go down in poker history in the next few days as the cameras captured your every bet, raise and fold.
All of that changed in 2008.
The year after Jerry Yang's Main Event victory was broadcast to all on ESPN's standard tape delay, organizers made a decision to try to increase the excitement and anticipation around the final table: after the final nine was reached, play would be paused. At that point, everyone left would go home with 9th-place money and the players would reconvene a few months later to play out the final table on a short tape delay.
That lasted until 2016, and this is the history of the November (and October) Nines.
Brian "PiggyBear" Hacker raised to 350,000 from under the gun. Edwin "YungFlipWell" Roman three-bet to 1,150,000 from the small blind and "PiggyBear" called off the rest of their stack.
Hacker had the , while Roman had the edge with the .
The flop came , the turn was the and the river came the to end Hacker's night.
Players are on a five-minute break.