2021 World Series of Poker

Event #3: $1,000 Covid-19 Relief No-Limit Hold'em Charity Event
Day: 1
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
50,000 / 100,000
Players Info - Day 1
Players Left

Three Bracelet Winners Among Final Five in Event #3: $1,000 Covid-19 Relief No-Limit Hold'em Charity Event

Level 25 : 25,000/50,000, 50,000 ante
Jesse Lonis
Jesse Lonis

The $1000 Covid Relief No-Limit Hold'em Charity Event #3 drew 266 players, paying the top 38 places. With one hundred dollars from every buy-in benefitting frontline health workers, $25,000 was raised in total on top of the $231,400 prize pool.

After 9 hours of play, Jesse Lonis ended the day as the chip leader with 2,285,000 chips. Jeremy Ausmus sits in second with 1,395,000, while Asher Conniff (755,000), Steve Gross (485,000), and Mitchell Halverson (385,000) round out the final five.

2021 WSOP Event #3 Final Five Players

SeatPlayerChip Count
1Jesse Lonis2,285,000
2Asher Conniff755,000
3Mitchell Halverson385,000
4Steve Gross485,000
5Jeremy Ausmus1,345,000

The tournament drew big names such as Ryan Reiss, Matt Stout, and Jeff Platt, but all of them left the tournamnet area empty-handed.

The final table was reached in rapid fashion as the rate of eliminations came in at a breakneck pace, taking the field down from three tables to the final table in little more than an hour. Ian Steinman (18th Place) and Pete Chen (17th Place) were two of the notables to hit the rail during this stretch of play.

A double elimination that took out Kevin Wang and John Yocca in one fell swoop to set the final table, a hand which gave Lonis a huge boon to his stack to enter the final table with.

Eugene Tourevski next went out in eighth place, Craig Mason fell in seventh place and one time big stack Litan Betito was the final victim of the night, succumbing in sixth place to end the proceedings with five remaining.

The final five return on Friday at 4 p.m. PST to play down to the winner. Make sure to tune back in to PokerNews as the first bracelet winner of the series will be crowned.

Jeremy Ausmus
Bracelet winner and former WSOP Main Event final tablist Jeremy Ausmus is looking for his second gold.

Tags: Asher ConniffJeremy AusmusJesse LonisMitchell HalversonSteve Gross