Day 2 Completed
Day 2 Completed
Day 2 of Event #58: $1000 Super Seniors No-Limit Hold’em of the 2021 World Series of Poker has come to an end. A total of 65 super seniors bagged and tagged at the end of the night out of the total of 490 entries that started the event this morning with only 283 making the money with the minimum cash being worth $1,605.
Leading the field at the end of Day 2 is David Slaughter (1,835,000) with Randall Bolick (1,755,000), and Bill Stabler (1,725,000) being not too far behind. Slaughter finished 97th place for $5,191 in the WSOP Seniors Event less than a week ago, while Stabler finished runner-up for $409,456 in the WSOP Seniors Event back in 2018.
WSOP Super Seniors Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts
|RANK||PLAYER||Country||CHIP COUNT||Big Blinds|
|1||David Slaughter||United States||1,835,000||92|
|2||Randall Bolick||United States||1,755,000||88|
|3||Bill Stabler||United States||1,725,000||86|
|4||Reginald Powell||United States||1,565,000||78|
|5||Andrew Bodewin||United States||1,355,000||68|
|7||Robert Chow||United States||1,100,000||55|
|8||David Smith||United States||1,080,000||54|
|9||Steve Miller||United States||1,025,000||51|
|10||Joseph Neiman||United States||975,000||49|
The legendary three-time bracelet winner Sammy Farha busted in 66th place for $3,678, hedge fund manager Dan Shak in 97th for $2,583, and bracelet winner James Hess in 218th for $1,756. Hall of Famer Barry Greenstein started the day as one of the short stacks and was not able to spin it up into the money.
Players will return for Day 3 on Tuesday, Nov. 2 at 10 a.m local time in the Amazon room to compete for a top prize of $255,623 and the coveted WSOP gold bracelet. The event will start at Level 21 with blinds of 10,000/20,000 with a big blind ante of 20,000.
Stay tuned for more coverage of this event and the entire 2021 World Series of Poker from the PokerNews Live Reporting Team.
Play has ended for the night. Chip count and full recap to follow.
The official chip count for Jack Deutsch wasn't confirmed but he will now be playing in day 3 of the super senior's event.
He finished 86th out of 5,404 players in the Seniors event and is now one of 66 players left out of 1,893 players in the Super Seniors event.
Deutsch is known across the circuit as "The Snake" for using snake figurines as his cardholder and on top of his chip stack. He said "A snake is hard to kill."
Also very impressive is his son Jason Deutsch who finished 51st out of 9,399 players in the colossus.
Stay tuned with Pokernews to see if Jack Deutsch can pull off winning the bracelet in the Super Seniors. We will be here with live coverage till a winner is crowned.
The action picked up with both players' hole cards face up on a board reading with about 75,000 in the middle.
Rank rakes in a small pot with ace high.
The action was picked up preflop when Jack Kay and Joseph Richards got all the chips in the middle putting Kay at risk for his tournament life.
The board ran out and the ace on the turn gave Kay what he needed to double up and stay alive.
The action was picked up when Larry Ormson got all the chips in the middle and was called by an opponent to put him at risk for his tournament life.
The board ran out giving Ormson the double up that he needed to stay alive.