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$10,000 Wynn Millions ($10M GTD)
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$10,000 Wynn Millions ($10M GTD)
Day 3 Completed

Maria Ho Bags Big w/ 61 Remaining in Wynn Millions; Negreanu & Koon Eliminated

Chad_Holloway • Level 20: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante
Maria Ho
Maria Ho

On Wednesday, the $10,000 buy-in, $10,000,000 GTD Wynn Millions continued with Day 3, which saw 162 players from a 1,328-entry field return to action. After five 90-minute levels of play, just 61 players remained with bracelet winner Anthony Marquez and his stack of 1.925 million leading the way.

Others still in contention for the $2,018,866 first-place prize are Ralph Perry (1.915 million), Anthony Huntsman (1.905 million), Santiago Soriano (1.785 million), and Maria Ho (1.735 million), who round out the top five counts.

They were joined by players such as Ilyas Muradi (1.7 million), Ari Engel (1.57 million), Toby Lewis (1.51 million), Thomas Boivin (1.205 million), Joe Kuether (1.14 million), Sandeep Pulusani (1.095 million), Tom Marchese (980,000), Frank Funaro (905,000), Andrew Moreno (890,000), Cliff Josephy (875,000), and poker power couple Kristen Bicknell (745,000) and Alex Foxen (440,000).

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A $12,483,200 prize pool was up for grabs to the top 134 finishers, which meant 28 players left empty handed including Ema Zajmovic, Poker Hall of Famer Jack McClelland, bracelet winners Anuj Agarwal and David “The Dragon” Pham, Sergio Aido, and bubble boy Carlos Alvarado, who busted after running pocket kings into the two black aces of Foxen.

Some of those to cash but fail to survive the night were Robert Mizrachi (67th - $41,997), David “ODB” Baker (68th - $41,997), Jason Koon (79th - $38,179), Connor Drinan (82nd - $34,708), Benny Glaser (104th - $29,348), GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu (114th - $27,099), Poker Hall of Famer John Hennigan (119th - $25,091), 2013 WSOP Main Event champ Ryan Riess (124th - $25,091), and Chris Moorman (127th - $25,091).

As for Negreanu, he built a stack on Day 2c and was cruising for much of Day 3 until a big hand derailed him when his ace-king was beaten by ace-queen. Not long after, he was racing with an ace-queen of his own but failed to overcome the pocket nines of Scott Eskenazi. Losing that one left “Kid Poker” with a single ante, which he lost one hand later losing ace-five to ace-jack.

Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Just before the dinner break, Koon suffered a bad beat when he just called a preflop raise from Max Young with pocket aces. He then called a bet on a ten-high flop only to see the turn produce another ten. Young moved all in and Koon called only to see the former roll over ace-ten for trips.

While many dreams were dashed over the course of Day 3, there are still dozens of hopefuls each guaranteed a minimum $46,406 payday.

PokerNews will be back on Thursday at Noon local time to capture all the action, so be sure to join us then as the 2021 Wynn Millions rolls on.

Wynn Millions Final Table Payouts

PlacePrize
1st$2,018,866
2nd$1,248,886
3rd$871,314
4th$619,160
5th$456,629
6th$360,140
7th$289,361
8th$240,302
9th$202,765

End-of-Day 3 Counts (full)

AnthonyThompson • Level 20: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante
Anthony Marquez us
Anthony Marquez
us 1,925,000 25,000
Ralph Perry us
Ralph Perry
us 1,915,000 365,000
Anthony Huntsman us
Anthony Huntsman
us 1,905,000 405,000
Santiago Soriano es
Santiago Soriano
es 1,785,000 160,000
Maria Ho us
Maria Ho
us 1,735,000 1,215,000
Ilyas Muradi us
Ilyas Muradi
us 1,700,000 700,000
Ari Engel ca
Ari Engel
ca 1,570,000 -80,000
Toby Lewis gb
Toby Lewis
gb 1,510,000 1,215,000
Philip Shing us
Philip Shing
us 1,435,000 645,000
Daniel Sepiol us
Daniel Sepiol
us 1,430,000 30,000
Dylan Smith us
Dylan Smith
us 1,290,000 -80,000
Santiago Plante ca
Santiago Plante
ca 1,245,000 905,000
Joseph Roh us
Joseph Roh
us 1,220,000 750,000
Thomas Boivin be
Thomas Boivin
be 1,205,000 705,000
Dylan Linde us
Dylan Linde
us 1,200,000 140,000
Salim Admon us
Salim Admon
us 1,160,000 460,000
Timothy Chang us
Timothy Chang
us 1,145,000 896,000
Joe Kuether us
Joe Kuether
us 1,140,000 -160,000
Harrison Gimbel us
Harrison Gimbel
us 1,120,000 155,000
Sandeep Pulusani us
Sandeep Pulusani
us 1,095,000 824,000
Julian Milliard-Feral fr
Julian Milliard-Feral
fr 1,055,000 -425,000
Jaime Cervantes us
Jaime Cervantes
us 1,040,000 340,000
Lion Yiming Lee US
Lion Yiming Lee
US 1,035,000 431,000
Tom Marchese us
Tom Marchese
us 980,000 460,000
Tony Sinishtaj us
Tony Sinishtaj
us 960,000 378,000

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Final Four Hands

AnthonyThompson • Level 20: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante

The tournament director has decided to end the tournament one level early tonight due to the hour-long bubble and announced the final four hands.

Engel Coolers Heckman in Straight Flush Over Straight Flush

AnthonyThompson • Level 20: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante
Andrew Heckman
Andrew Heckman

Andrew Heckman opened under the gun for 40,000 and then called Ari Engel's 105,000 three-bet from middle position.

The {3-Hearts}{4-Hearts}{k-Spades} flop saw Heckman check-call Engel's 95,000 continuation bet and then do the same for 160,000 after the {5-Hearts} fell on the turn.

Once the dealer completed the board with the {6-Hearts} on the river, Heckman moved all in and was snap-called by Engel.

Heckman rolled over {2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} for the six-high straight flush and thought he had won the hand until Engel rolled over {a-Hearts}{7-Hearts} for the seven-high straight flush, leaving him with just 30k.

A few hands later, Heckman lost his remaining stack and exited the tournament in 62nd place for $46,406.

Ari Engel ca
Ari Engel
ca 1,650,000 900,000
Andrew Heckman us
Andrew Heckman
us Busted

Tags: Andrew HeckmanAri Engel

Soriano Gets Big Value With Top pair

jeffmcmillan • Level 20: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante
SANTIAGO SORIANO
SANTIAGO SORIANO

Andrew Heckman raised to 35,000 preflop from the button. Santiago Soriano three-bet to 125,000 from the small. It folded back to Heckman who called.

The flop came {k-Spades}{5-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}. Soriano led out with a bet of 95,000 and Heckman called.

The turn was the {q-Spades}. Soriano slowed down and checked, Heckman checked behind.

The {3-Clubs} completed the board. Soriano reached deep into his stack and procured a bet of 330,000. Heckman called after about 30 seconds.

Soriano tabled the {k-Diamonds}{10-Spades} which was the winner as Heckman checked his cards a few times and flashed a queen, admitting afterwards that he was surprised at Soriano's holding considered the large river bet.

Santiago Soriano es
Santiago Soriano
es 1,625,000 300,000
Andrew Heckman us
Andrew Heckman
us 900,000 -425,000

Tags: Andrew HeckmanSantiago Soriano

Remaining 2021 Wynn Summer Classic Schedule

AnthonyThompson • Level 20: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante
*DateDay/Time (PT)EventGTDBuy-InChipsLevels*  
7/1THU 12 P.M.Wynn Millions Day 4$10,000,000     
7/1THU 1 P.M.Pot Limit Omaha$100,000$3,00025,00030  
7/2FRI 12 P.M.Wynn Millions Day 5$10,000,000     
7/2FRI 12 P.M.Mystery Bounty Day 1A$1,500,000$1,60030,00040  
7/3SAT 12 P.M.Mystery Bounty Day 1B$1,500,000$1,60030,00040  
7/3SAT 12 P.M.Wynn Millions Day 6$10,000,000     
7/4SUN 12 P.M.Mystery Bounty Day 1C$1,500,000$1,60030,00040  
7/5MON 12 P.M.Mystery Bounty Day 1D$1,500,000$1,60030,00040  
7/6TUENo Event      
7/7WED 12 P.M.No Limit Hold'em Day 1A$1,000,000$3,50030,00040  
7/8THU 12 P.M.No Limit Hold'em Day 1B$1,000,000$3,50030,00040  
7/9FRI 1 P.M.PLO $500 Bounty$100,000$1,60025,00030  
7/10SAT 11 A.M.No Limit Hold'em Day 1A$500,000$50025,00030/40  
7/10SAT 5 P.M.No Limit Hold'em Day 1B$500,000$50025,00030/40  
7/11SUN 11 A.M.No Limit Hold'em Day 1C$500,000$50025,00030/40  
7/11SUN 5 P.M.No Limit Hold'em Day 1D$500,000$50025,00030/40  
7/12MON 11 A.M.No Limit Hold'em Day 1E$500,000$50025,00030/40  
7/12MON 5 P.M.No Limit Hold'em Day 1F$500,000$50025,00030/40