Day 2 Completed
Day 2 Completed
The 2021 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas is in full swing. Among those to showcase their talents were mixed game aficionados in Event #32: $3,000 H.O.R.S.E.. Out of a field of 282 entries, only 20 contenders remain in contention for the biggest slice out of the $752,940 prize pool. They have all locked up at least $7,208 for the efforts and will be hoping to claim the coveted gold bracelet and a top prize of $172,823.
Best positioned to increase his bracelet tally after Day 2 is Eli Elezra with a stack of 1,243,000, followed by Qinghai Pan with 1,036,000 in chips. They are the only players with a seven-figure stack so far, a feat that was narrowly missed by Michael Parizon, Michael Trivett, and Maria Ho.
Seven WSOP bracelet winners have made the cut and hope to increase their tally on the final day, which kicks off at 1 p.m. local time on Monday, October 18, on the feature tables of the Amazon Room.
Top 10 in Chips After Day 2 in Event #32: $3,000 H.O.R.S.E.
|2||Qinghai Pan||United States||1,036,000|
|3||Michael Parizon||United States||979,000|
|4||Michael Trivett||United States||973,000|
|5||Maria Ho||United States||908,000|
|6||Jim Collopy||United States||890,000|
|7||Paramjit Gill||United States||779,000|
|8||Ahmed Mohamed||United States||772,000|
|9||Richard Bai||United States||708,000|
|10||Sachin Bhargava||United States||655,000|
Other notables in contention for the coveted gold bracelet are Jim Collopy, Poker Hall of Fame member Barbara Enright, GGPoker ambassador Daniel Negreanu, Tom Koral, Brandon Shack-Harris, and David Williams.
Well-known players that made the money but fell shy of making Day 3 were such familiar names as David Prociak, Scott Bohlman, actor James Woods, Dan Heimiller, Allen Kessler, George Alexander, and Yueqi Zhu. The last player to leave empty-handed was Yuebin Guo, who was eliminated on the money bubble in a Razz hand.
Among those to bust outside of the money spots were Renan Bruschi, Sebastian Pauli, Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, Brian Hastings, Johannes Becker, Max Pescatori, Anthony Zinno, Ari Engel, Michael Gathy, Randy Ohel, and Matt Glantz to name all but a few mixed game specialists.
The final day will recommence in Level 21 with limit blinds of 13,000/25,000, stud blinds of 7,000/25,000 with a 5,000 ante, and Limits limits of 2,500/5,000. All levels last 60 minutes each and the tournament will aim to play all the way down to a winner. Stay tuned for the conclusion then as the PokerNews live reporting team will be there to provide as many key hands as possible.
|1||1||Leonard August||United States||132,000|
|1||3||Amnon Filippi||United States||178,000|
|1||4||Sachin Bhargava||United States||655,000|
|1||5||Jim Collopy||United States||890,000|
|1||6||Michael Parizon||United States||979,000|
|1||8||Richard Bai||United States||708,000|
|Button Seat 6||3 Hands Stud Hi-Lo|
|2||1||Maria Ho||United States||908,000|
|2||2||Daryl Aguirre||United States||180,000|
|2||5||Ahmed Mohamed||United States||772,000|
|2||6||Tom Koral||United States||341,000|
|2||7||Everett Carlton||United States||144,000|
|Button Seat 6||3 Hands Stud Hi-Lo|
|3||1||Barbara Enright||United States||446,000|
|3||2||Michael Trivett||United States||973,000|
|3||3||David Williams||United States||99,000|
|3||5||Noah Bronstein||United States||103,000|
|3||6||Brandon Shack-Harris||United States||292,000|
|3||7||Qinghai Pan||United States||1,036,000|
|3||8||Paramjit Gill||United States||779,000|
|Button Seat 6||2 Hands Stud|
Day 2 of Event #32 has come to an end, with 20 players remaining in the hunt for the WSOP gold bracelet.
A full recap of the action will follow shortly.
Sachin Bhargava: / fold
Jim Collopy: /
Sachin Bhargava and Jim Collopy headed to fifth on which Bhargava check-called a bet. He then checked sixth and Collopy bet once more, which ended up forcing a fold. Collopy flipped over the for the straight.
Barbara Enright had a / for a queen showing but it was no good, as Brandon Shack-Harris had mashed together an / for a ten to earn the pot, leaving Enright on the brink of elimination.
Qinghai Pan: /
Brandon Shack-Harris: / fold on fifth
In the next hand, Qinghai Pan completed and Shack-Harris defended. Pan bet the next two streets and the low rundown broke the resistance of Shack-Harris.
On a board of , Qinghai Pan was involved in the action with the for the nut low. Barbara Enright had the same low with the and it was Michael Trivett who earned the high portion of the pot with for aces and eights.
Leonard August: / /
Daniel Negreanu: / /
Leonard August was all-in and at risk after sixth street with a made eight-seven and Daniel Negreanu had a redraw. He peeled his cards and then said "it's a paint, you are good" before briefly flashing a queen. August even improved with the final card, which happened to be a six.
We caught up with the action between Eli Elezra and Tom Koral on the turn, with the board reading . Elezra bet on the river, and Koral took some time before making the call. Elezra turned over , and a relieved Koral showed to take down the pot.