2021 Wynn Fall Classic

$3,500 NLH Championship
Day: 1c
Event Info

2021 Wynn Fall Classic

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
500,000 / 1,000,000
Players Info - Day 1c
Players Left

$3,500 NLH Championship

Day 1c Completed

Ben Farrell Bags Big, Daniel Razaei Bags Chip Lead On Day 1c As Final Starting Flight Concludes At Wynn Fall Classic $3,500 NLH Championship

Level 15 : 3,000/5,000, 5,000 ante
Ben Farrell
Ben Farrell

The Wynn poker room was packed with some of the top talent in the poker world for the final of three starting days of the Wynn Fall Classic $3,500 NLH Championship.

Tournament tables spilled into the cash game room as nearly 900 players showed up for Day 1c. A combined 895 entrants registered for days 1a and 1b, and 1c nearly hit that mark on its own with 880 entries, bringing the total amount of Day 1 entries to 1,775.

The $3,000,000 guarantee was smashed by the field, generating a prize pool of $5,724,375, with the winner taking home $812,270.

Daniel Rezaei (611,000) bagged the chip lead on Day 1c, followed closely by Ben Farrell (600,000) and Max Corcoran (586,000).

There were 157 players who advanced through Day 1c as the numbers have not been finalized. A few others to bag include Nadya Magnus (423,000), Ryan Riess (319,000), Rogen Chhabra (437,000), and Nick Pupillo (186,000).

Some of those who came out for Day 1c but did not advance included Hossein Ensan, Maria Ho, Cliff Josephy, Eric Baldwin, Matt Berkey, Jared Jaffee, and Kitty Kuo.

Some of the biggest stacks from the Day 1a and 1b starting flights include Naor Slobodskoy (679,000), Katie Lindsay (644,000), Kenneth McKeown (634,000), Kristen Bicknell (549,000), Leonardo Patacconi (500,000).

A few others returning for Day 2 include Ali Imsirovic (403,000), Stephen Song (255,000), Chris Moorman (110,000), Loni Harwood (243,000), Jun Obara (227,000), Jeff Madsen (177,000), and Qing Liu (271,000).

FlightEntriesAdvancing to Day 2
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All players that advanced to Day 2 will return Monday, Nov 1 at noon, with the blinds at 3,000/6,000/6,000.

Keep up with all the action on PokerNews tomorrow and through the conclusion of this tournament to see who will take home the top prize.

Tags: Ali ImsirovicBen FarrellChris MoormanCliff JosephyEric BaldwinHossein EnsanJared JaffeeJeff MadsenJoseph CheongJun ObaraKitty KuoKristen BicknellLoni HarwoodMaria HoMatt BerkeyNadya MagnusNaor SlobodskoyNick PupilloQing LiuRyan RiessStephen Song

End of Day 1c Chip Counts (full)

Level 15 : 3,000/5,000, 5,000 ante
Player Chips Progress
Daniel Rezaei at
Daniel Rezaei
611,000 611,000
Day 1C Chip Leader
Ben Farrell gb
Ben Farrell
600,000 110,000
Max Corcoran us
Max Corcoran
568,000 -152,000
Juan Pardo es
Juan Pardo
555,000 555,000
Jason Min us
Jason Min
502,000 17,000
Badr Imejjane us
Badr Imejjane
490,000 490,000
Haim Gabay us
Haim Gabay
486,000 486,000
Albert Nguyen ca
Albert Nguyen
472,000 472,000
Kevin Schulz us
Kevin Schulz
472,000 472,000
EPT 1X Winner
Tal Noach il
Tal Noach
470,000 470,000
David Guan
David Guan
445,000 445,000
Thomas Eychenne fr
Thomas Eychenne
439,000 439,000
Rogen Chhabra us
Rogen Chhabra
437,000 214,000
Jorge Consiglieri us
Jorge Consiglieri
425,000 425,000
Nadya Magnus us
Nadya Magnus
423,000 103,000
Daniela Rodriguez Tabares co
Daniela Rodriguez Tabares
415,000 415,000
Daan Mulders nl
Daan Mulders
399,000 59,000
Ivan Zufic hr
Ivan Zufic
380,000 135,000
Valerie Novak us
Valerie Novak
380,000 380,000
Joseph Roh us
Joseph Roh
379,000 288,500
WSOP 1X Winner
Adam Weinraub us
Adam Weinraub
370,000 370,000
Sonny Franco fr
Sonny Franco
353,000 353,000
Daniel Montagnolli at
Daniel Montagnolli
345,000 345,000
Joni Jouhkimainen fi
Joni Jouhkimainen
344,000 344,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Brett Kennedy us
Brett Kennedy
342,000 156,000

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Greenblatt Dusted by Min Late

Level 15 : 3,000/5,000, 5,000 ante
Jason Min
Jason Min

Alexander Greenblatt raised to 11,000 from the hijack and then called the 35,000 three-bet Jason Min made from the big blind.

The {9-Clubs}{4-Hearts}{2-Clubs} flop saw Min continue for 24,000 and Greenblatt called bringing the {q-Spades} turn.

Min fired out a healthy 65,000 and Greenblatt called to see the {7-Hearts} complete the board on the river. Min led out once again, this time for his whole stack and Greenblatt snapped-off his 50,000 stack.

Greenblatt rolled over {k-Hearts}{q-Clubs} for top pair but it was no good as Min held {a-Clubs}{a-Diamonds} to eliminate Greenblatt.

Player Chips Progress
Jason Min us
Jason Min
485,000 235,000
Alexander Greenblatt us
Alexander Greenblatt

Tags: Alexander GreenblattJason Min

Some More Chip Counts

Level 15 : 3,000/5,000, 5,000 ante
Player Chips Progress
Femi Fashakin us
Femi Fashakin
360,000 240,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Daan Mulders nl
Daan Mulders
340,000 197,000
Nadya Magnus us
Nadya Magnus
320,000 -55,000
Aaron Massey us
Aaron Massey
255,000 131,000
Hassan El Hakim lb
Hassan El Hakim
250,000 128,000
Ivan Zufic hr
Ivan Zufic
Gennaro Proscia it
Gennaro Proscia
210,000 -165,000
Ryan Riess us
Ryan Riess
210,000 100,000
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 1X Winner
WPT 1X Winner
Alexander Greenblatt us
Alexander Greenblatt
200,000 78,000
Viet Vo us
Viet Vo
200,000 35,000
Ryan Phan us
Ryan Phan
170,000 -6,000
Martin Zamani us
Martin Zamani
100,000 -45,000
Chad Norton us
Chad Norton
75,000 -81,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Uri Reichenstein il
Uri Reichenstein

Borick Rivers Straight to Stay Alive

Level 15 : 3,000/5,000, 5,000 ante
Robert Borick
Robert Borick

The player under the gun raised to 10,000 and then called the 44,000 three-bet jam Robert Borick made from the small blind.

Robert Borick: {j-Spades}{10-Hearts}
Opponent: {a-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}

Borick was behind holding live cards and the {2-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}{q-Spades} flop gave him an open-ended straight draw.

The board paired with the {k-Diamonds} on the turn, leaving Borick needing any ace, jack, ten, or nine to survive.

Luckily for him, the {9-Clubs} fell on the river, completing his straight and secured his double-up.

Player Chips Progress
Robert Borick us
Robert Borick
90,000 -13,000

Tags: Robert Borick

Late Night Counts & Bust Outs

Level 15 : 3,000/5,000, 5,000 ante
Player Chips Progress
Max Corcoran us
Max Corcoran
720,000 720,000
Pat Lyons us
Pat Lyons
240,000 240,000
WSOP 1X Winner
WPT 1X Winner
Bryan Piccioli us
Bryan Piccioli
225,000 100,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Sohale Khalili us
Sohale Khalili
Nate Silver us
Nate Silver
130,000 130,000
Patrick Tardif ca
Patrick Tardif
114,000 20,000
Joseph Cheong us
Joseph Cheong
WSOP 1X Winner
Alexandre Reard fr
Alexandre Reard
70,000 -4,500
Anthony Marquez us
Anthony Marquez
WSOP 1X Winner
Mike Shin us
Mike Shin
Josias Santos br
Josias Santos
Jesse Yaginuma us
Jesse Yaginuma
Matthew Wantman us
Matthew Wantman
WPT 1X Winner

Level: 15

Blinds: 3,000/5,000

Ante: 5,000

2019 WSOP Main Event Champ Ensan Flushed by Kottler

Level 14 : 2,000/4,000, 4,000 ante
Hossein Ensan
Hossein Ensan

There was heads-up action after a {a-Clubs}{9-Clubs}{3-Clubs} flop between Hossein Ensan from the small blind and Jeremy Kottler from the cutoff.

There was roughly 45,000 already in the middle when Ensan jammed his 110,000 stack in the middle and Kottler called holding 139,000.

Hossein Ensan: {q-Clubs}{j-Spades}
Jeremy Kottler: {6-Clubs}{2-Clubs}

Kottler flopped the flush while Ensan needed another club to fall to stay alive.

Unfortunately for Ensan, the board completed with running hearts {6-Hearts}{5-Hearts} on the turn and river ending his tournament.

Player Chips Progress
Jeremy Kottler us
Jeremy Kottler
275,000 116,000
Hossein Ensan de
Hossein Ensan
WSOP 1X Winner
EPT 1X Winner

Tags: Hossein EnsanJeremy Kottler