|Blinds||500,000 / 1,000,000|
Bader "Ib2nyce4u" Haq moved all in for 6,094,408 and Byung "bhy101" Yoo called from the big blind.
Bader "Ib2nyce4u" Haq:
Byung "bhy101" Yoo:
The board ran out a clean and Haq shipped the double.
The final three players are on a five-minute break.
Byung "bhy101" Yoo raised all in for 10,369,384 from the small blind and Ace "aerpmh" Rowley quickly called off for 5,104,224 from the big blind.
Ace "aerpmh" Rowley:
Byung "bhy101" Yoo:
Rowley was behind holding two overs but didn't find either of them on the runout and his tournament ended in fourth place for $24,555.
On July 12, WSOP.com launched in Pennsylvania, and now players from the Keystone State can look forward to competing in gold bracelet events.
From August 8-15, WSOP will offer eight daily bracelet events, each starting at 5:30 p.m. EST. Buy-ins range from $400 up to the $3,200 High Roller. The weeklong series will culminate in a $1,000 NLH PA Championship on Sunday, August 15. Additionally, there will be a pair of Progressive Knockout (PKO) events, marking the first time the WSOP will award a PKO bracelet.
WSOP.com PA will also offer daily satellites with buy-ins as low as $1 that provide an opportunity to win a seat into this Fall’s live WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas.
“We are thrilled to be opening up WSOP.com to the state of Pennsylvania,” said Ty Stewart, SVP of the World Series of Poker at Caesars Entertainment. “The real winners in this expansion are the players who join us at WSOP.com. Our team is laser-focused on providing the most value to poker players in the state and are confident in the potential of our online poker product. With our industry-best sign-up promotions and the special bracelet series catered specifically to players in Pennsylvania, we welcome all players, from the casuals to the professionals and everyone in between.”
While WSOP.com is in the middle of their 33-bracelet series open to Nevada and New Jersey players, players from Pennsylvania will have the chance to battle for eight daily bracelet events from Sunday, August 8 through Sunday. August 15.
Players must be within state borders in order to participate and will need to register for a new account at WSOP.com/start. Once signed up, be sure to link your Caesars Rewards to your account as every hand played earns points toward rewards.
Remember, players can withdraw and deposit funds at the cage inside Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack.
|1||Event #1: $500 NLH Keystone Kickoff||Sunday||8/8/21||5:30 p.m. EST|
|2||Event #2: $500 NLH PKO||Monday||8/9/21||5:30 p.m. EST|
|3||Event #3: $3,200 NLH High Roller||Tuesday||8/10/21||5:30 p.m. EST|
|4||Event #4: $400 NLH 6-Max||Wednesday||8/11/21||5:30 p.m. EST|
|5||Event #5: $777 NLH Lucky 7’s||Thursday||8/12/21||5:30 p.m. EST|
|6||Event #6: $400 NLH PKO||Friday||8/13/21||5:30 p.m. EST|
|7||Event #7: $600 NLH MonsterStack||Saturday||8/14/21||5:30 p.m. EST|
|8||Event #8: $1,000 NLH PA Championship||Sunday||8/15/21||5:30 p.m. EST|
Pennsylvania players are invited to capture the benefits of the Welcome Offer, the most valuable poker deposit promotion on the table. Available now, players who deposit a minimum of $10 into their account will be rewarded with $50 in free play, a 100% match on all deposits up to $1,000, and 7 freeroll tickets into the Welcome Week Freerolls.
First-time depositors who make a deposit by Sunday, Aug. 15 will also receive a ticket to participate in an exclusive $50,000 Depositors Freeroll on Sunday, Aug. 22. The Freeroll will award three seats to the WSOP Main Event – two seats to the top tournament finishers, and one seat from a randomly selected drawing of all players that entered.
To prioritize Pennsylvania players in the launch of WSOP.com in the state, a variety of special events and tournaments are being offered daily throughout the summer.
David "Bewater" Goodman moved all in for 863,770 from the cutoff and Corey "Corgasm" Paggeot isolated with a three-bet to 2.4 million from the button.
David "Bewater" Goodman:
Corey "Corgasm" Paggeot:
The board ran out and Paggeot sent Goodman to the rail in fifth place.