2021 World Series of Poker

Event #80: $3,000 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha
Day: 1
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
80,000 / 160,000
Players Info - Day 1
Players Left

Event #80: $3,000 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

Day 1 Completed

Ruslan Nazarenko Bags Heaps After Day 1 of Event #80: $3,000 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

Level 10 : 1,000/2,000, 0 ante
Ruslan Nazarenko
Ruslan Nazarenko

After 10 one-hour levels of play, the first day of Event #80: $3,000 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha is officially complete. The Amazon Room inside the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino was nothing short of electric all day as alongside this event, the final day of the Main Event played to its conclusion.

Though today was only Day 1, the tournament contributed significantly to the action and excitement in the room as it filled up the Orange section of the Amazon room as a field of 496 entries for a $1,324,320 prize pool played down to just 122 players.

When the dust settled, it was Ruslan Nazarenko that bagged the chip lead with a massive stack of 616,500. He was far and away the chip leader, though he enjoys the company of a leaderboard full of notables. Chino Rheem (500,000), Maxx Coleman (496,000), Michael Moncek (445,000), and James Mordue (420,000) all bagged north of 400,000 at the end of the day and will look to build on that figure tomorrow.

Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

RANKPLAYERCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Ruslan NazarenkoUnited Kingdom616,500247
2Chino RheemUnited States500,000200
3Maxx ColemanUnited States496,000198
4Steven FormanUnited States460,000184
5Michael MoncekUnited States445,500178
6James MordueUnited States419,000168
7Joseph HaugUnited States358,500143
8Uri ReichensteinIsrael357,500143
9Michael HudsonUnited States334,500134
10Robert EmmersonUnited Kingdom316,500127

An interesting hand occurred the last hand of the night when Steven Forman flopped a set of ladies with the nut flush draw and dropped three players to finishing the night with a stack of 460,000. Other notables to advance to Day 2 include Uri Reichenstein (357,000), Michael Hudson (334,500), Anatolii Zyrin (280,500), and Ali Imsirovic (268,500).

Some players who were not as fortunate to make it to the end of the day included Craig Varnell, Chance Kornuth, Shaun Deeb, David Williams, and defending champ Alan Sternberg.

Day 2 continues Thursday at 2 p.m. local time with blinds of 1,000/2,500. Ten more one-hour levels are on the docket with a 15-minute break occurring after every two levels, and there will be a one-hour dinner break after the sixth hour of play.

There will be 124 players returning for Day 2 but almost half will have to drop before they will make any money as only the top 75 places will be paid out at least $4,819, while the winner of the event will take home $280,916 along with the coveted WSOP bracelet.

Event #80: $3K PLO Payouts


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Tags: Alan SternbergAli ImsirovicChance KornuthDavid WilliamsMaxx ColemanMichael HudsonRuslan NazarenkoShaun DeebSteven FormanUri Reichenstein

Day 2 Seat Draw

Level 10 : 1,000/2,000, 0 ante
Amazon4912Dustin NelsonUnited States39,50016
Amazon4913Isaac KemptonUnited States300,500120
Amazon4914Mike WatsonCanada78,00031
Amazon4915Rok GostisaSlovakia91,00036
Amazon4916Jake SchwartzUnited States62,00025
Amazon4921David WilliamsUnited States190,50076
Amazon4922Brandon SchaeferUnited States67,00027
Amazon4923Michael RodriguesPortugal246,00098
Amazon4924William BensonUnited States192,50077
Amazon4925Eddie OchanaUnited States264,500106
Amazon4926Ryan LaplanteUnited States65,00026
Amazon4931Pedro NevesPortugal145,00058
Amazon4932Michael KongUnited States154,50062
Amazon4933Rafael LebronUnited States199,50080
Amazon4934Ruslan NazarenkoUnited Kingdom616,500247
Amazon4935Tyler SmithUnited States311,000124
Amazon4936Allan LeUnited States150,00060
Amazon4941Ari EngelUnited States55,00022
Amazon4942Jordan SemelUnited States73,50029
Amazon4943Oswin ZiegelbeckerAustria166,00066
Amazon4944Ben YuUnited States36,00014
Amazon4945Jussi NevanlinnaFinland169,00068
Amazon4946Allison MarquesBrazil101,40041
Amazon4951Kamel MokhammadUkraine162,00065
Amazon4952Peiqi Cheryl ChoonUnited States133,50053
Amazon4953Raymond HensonUnited States170,50068
Amazon4954Brett RicheyUnited States35,00014
Amazon4955Nikolay FalRussia96,50039
Amazon4956Martin FingerAustria10
Amazon4961Robert EmmersonUnited Kingdom316,500127
Amazon4963Jason DeWittUnited States120,00048
Amazon4964Michael HudsonUnited States334,500134
Amazon4965Ryan FranklinUnited States35,00014
Amazon4966Richie AllenUnited Kingdom169,00068
Amazon4971Robert CowenUnited Kingdom284,000114
Amazon4972Jered BettencourtUnited States160,00064
Amazon4973Nicolai MorrisUnited States27,50011
Amazon4974Toby BoasUnited States70,00028
Amazon4976Leonid YanovskiIsrael260,500104
Amazon4981Christian HarderUnited States44,00018
Amazon4982Phil LaakUnited States142,00057
Amazon4983Ari OxmanUnited States261,500105
Amazon4984Oleksandr TrokhymenkoUkraine36,00014
Amazon4985James MorseUnited States116,50047
Amazon4986Sonny FrancoFrance178,00071
Amazon4991Kosei IchinoseJapan220,00088
Amazon4992Youness BarakatUnited States61,50025
Amazon4993Chino RheemUnited States500,000200
Amazon4994Joseph HaugUnited States358,500143
Amazon4995Ivan DeyraFrance45,50018
Amazon4996Enrico RudelitzAustria44,00018
Amazon5001Richard AshbyUnited Kingdom215,00086
Amazon5002Dejuante AlexanderUnited States78,50031
Amazon5003Craig ChaitUnited States228,00091
Amazon5004James LeeUnited States109,50044
Amazon5005Idris AmbraisseFrance232,50093
Amazon5006Derek GregoryUnited States122,50049
Amazon5011Barny BoatmanUnited Kingdom74,00030
Amazon5012Martins AdeniyaUnited Kingdom107,00043
Amazon5013Ben HamnettUnited States34,00014
Amazon5014Ali ImsirovicUnited States268,500107
Amazon5015Christopher FrankGermany52,00021
Amazon5016Yehoram HouriFrance76,50031
Amazon5021Uri ReichensteinIsrael357,500143
Amazon5022Danny ChangUnited States225,50090
Amazon5023Ravi RaghavanUnited States22,0009
Amazon5024Yashuo ChinUnited States55,50022
Amazon5025James MordueUnited States419,000168
Amazon5026Matthew WoodwardUnited States71,00028
Amazon5031Zeik TuitIreland123,50049
Amazon5032Jeffrey AmasakiUnited States62,50025
Amazon5033Max AvelaUnited States281,500113
Amazon5034Alex EpsteinUnited States129,00052
Amazon5035Balint SebestyenHungary147,50059
Amazon5036Brian HastingsUnited States113,00045
Amazon5041Karel MokryCzech Republic107,50043
Amazon5042Steven FormanUnited States460,000184
Amazon5044Michael SchwartzUnited States134,50054
Amazon5045Damjan RadanovUnited States244,00098
Amazon5046Noah BronsteinUnited States47,00019
Amazon5051Dante Goya FenandesBrazil188,50075
Amazon5052Gabriel AndradeEcuador57,00023
Amazon5053David AndersonUnited Kingdom109,50044
Amazon5054Mark BirdsallUnited States134,00054
Amazon5055Tony HoangCanada135,00054
Amazon5056Simon LofbergSweden160,50064
Amazon5061Ren LinUnited States200,00080
Amazon5062Senovio Ramirez IIIUnited States150,00060
Amazon5063Didrik MantorNorway71,50029
Amazon5064Anatolii ZyrinRussia280,500112
Amazon5065Richard AlsupUnited States127,00051
Amazon5066Mike MatusowUnited States140,50056
Amazon5071Jim CollopyUnited States191,00076
Amazon5072David "ODB" BakerUnited States155,00062
Amazon5073Nathan ZimnikUnited States214,00086
Amazon5074Namasivayam KarmehamUnited States217,00087
Amazon5075David ColemanUnited States203,50081
Amazon5076Junghyun ChoiUnited States209,50084
Amazon5081Esther Taylor-BradyUnited States194,00078
Amazon5082John BeauprezUnited States19,0008
Amazon5083Rodney AssousFrance46,00018
Amazon5084Matt StoutUnited States55,00022
Amazon5085Dylan WeismanUnited States170,00068
Amazon5086Michael MoncekUnited States445,500178
Amazon5091Vincent MoscatiUnited States62,50025
Amazon5092Maxx ColemanUnited States496,000198
Amazon5093Orod AsheghUnited States193,00077
Amazon5094Dominique MosleyUnited States122,00049
Amazon5095Hudson PedrosaBrazil159,00064
Amazon5096Dominykas KarmazinasLithuania194,00078
Amazon5101Julian GalvanUnited States130,50052
Amazon5102Botond BaratHungary164,50066
Amazon5103Derek BowersUnited States249,000100
Amazon5104Shirin OskooiCanada78,00031
Amazon5105Konstantin BucherlGermany136,00054
Amazon5106Ka Kwan LauHong Kong135,00054
Amazon5111Daniel NegreanuCanada28,50011
Amazon5112Naor SlobodskoyIsrael270,000108
Amazon5113Raphael SchreinerAustria198,00079
Amazon5114Tony HartmannUnited States92,50037
Amazon5115Willie SmithUnited States138,50055
Amazon5116Jacco HesterNetherlands86,50035

End-of-Day 1 Chip Counts (full)

Level 10 : 1,000/2,000, 0 ante
Player Chips Progress
Ruslan Nazarenko ua
Ruslan Nazarenko
Day 1 Chip Leader
Chino Rheem us
Chino Rheem
Maxx Coleman us
Maxx Coleman
WSOP 1X Winner
Steven Forman us
Steven Forman
Michael Moncek us
Michael Moncek
445,500 500
WSOP 2X Winner
James Mordue us
James Mordue
419,000 -1,000
Joseph Haug us
Joseph Haug
Uri Reichenstein il
Uri Reichenstein
357,500 500
Michael Hudson us
Michael Hudson
Robert Emmerson gb
Robert Emmerson
316,500 316,500
Tyler Smith us
Tyler Smith
311,000 311,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Isaac Kempton us
Isaac Kempton
300,500 300,500
Robert Cowen gb
Robert Cowen
284,000 284,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 2X Winner
Max Avela fi
Max Avela
281,500 281,500
Anatolii Zyrin ru
Anatolii Zyrin
WSOP 2X Winner
Naor Slobodskoy il
Naor Slobodskoy
270,000 270,000
Ali Imsirovic ba
Ali Imsirovic
Eddie Ochana us
Eddie Ochana
264,500 264,500
Ari Oxman us
Ari Oxman
261,500 261,500
Leonid Yanovski il
Leonid Yanovski
260,500 40,500
Derek Bowers us
Derek Bowers
249,000 249,000
Michael Rodrigues pt
Michael Rodrigues
246,000 246,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Damjan Radanov us
Damjan Radanov
244,000 244,000
Idris Ambraisse fr
Idris Ambraisse
232,500 232,500
Craig Chait us
Craig Chait
228,000 228,000

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Chang Doubles with Top Two

Level 10 : 1,000/2,000, 0 ante
Danny Chang
Danny Chang

There was three-way action after a {q-Hearts}{3-Diamonds}{9-Hearts} flop. The action was checked to the hijack who fired out 25,000 and Nathaniel Katzoff called from the small blind

The action was on Danny Chang who raised all in for 96,000 and only the hijack called.

Chang rolled over {a-Hearts}{q-Spades}{9-Diamonds}{7-Spades} for top two-pair and the {3-Hearts} turn followed by the {2-Clubs} river secured his double as his opponent didn't hold a flush draw or a better pair in their hand.

Player Chips Progress
Danny Chang us
Danny Chang
200,000 200,000
Nathaniel Katzoff us
Nathaniel Katzoff
150,000 -65,000

Tags: Danny Chang