Day 2 completed
Day 2 completed
Renmei Liu of Canada leads a final table of eight players at the end of Day 2 in the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #75 $1,500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em at the 2021 World Series of Poker. Liu bagged a stack of 7,100,000, sitting well ahead of Nicholas Hubers (5,600,000), Kaue De Souza (4,540,0000) and Chad Himmelspach (3,910,000).
The freezeout event attracted 1,191 players and generated a total prize pool of $1,589,985, of which $270,877 will go to the first-place finisher, along with the coveted gold bracelet.
Liu, who also ended Day 1 as chip leader, is after his first bracelet and third WSOP cash. The Canadian has just $2,390 in lifetime WSOP earnings and already has a minimum cash of $22,986 locked up. Hubers and De Souza, who respectively finished the day second and third and chips, are both also looking for their first bracelets.
Event #75 $1,500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em Final Table
|2||Nicholas Hubers||United States||5,600,000||56|
|3||Kaue De Souza||Brazil||4,540,000||45|
|4||Chad Himmelspach||United States||4,000,000||40|
|5||Tarun Gulati||United States||3,080,000||31|
|8||Seth Evans||United States||925,000||9|
Israeli grinder Asi Moshe was after his fifth WSOP bracelet but hit the rail in 10th place when his two pair was no good against the nut flush of Tarun Gulati. Other well-knowns who didn’t survive the day include David "The Dragon" Pham, Mike Watson, Joao Vieira and Tom Koral.
Day 3 kicks off on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at noon Pacific Time and will play down to a winner. Blinds will begin at 50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante paid by the big blind.
Stay tuned as the PokerNews live reporting team will be back tomorrow to bring you updates of the Day 3 action.
Day 2 has ended at the completion of Level 27 with eight players remaining. Stay tuned for a recap of the day's events.
Seth Evans opened in early position and Nicholas Hubers defended in the big blind.
Hubers checked on the flop and called a bet of 200,000 from Evans. Hubers check-called again on the turn when facing a bet of 275,000.
The river brought the and Hubers led out with a bet of 900,000. Evans responded by raising all-in with his opponent covered and Hubers snap-called.
Evans showed for two pair, which was no good against the set of Hubers with .
"Let me take a picture of the board!" Hubers said. "This is my favorite hand."
Action was picked up on a flop reading with Kaue De Souza in the big blind, Nicholas Hubers in early position, and a pot containing 1,000,000.
Kaue checked to see a bet of 400,000 from Hubers which he called.
The turn of the checked through quickly to the river where De Souza bet 400,000. "The only way you can possibly beat me is if you flopped a flush," said Hubers as he tossed in the chips for the call.
De Souza turned over for a flopped flush. Hubers nodded his head and showed his for three kings
Action has slowed down with eight players remaining with most pots being raise-and-take-its.
The opportunity to qualify for the 2021 World Series of Poker may be over but as one door closes, another one opens. European players on ClubGG now have the chance to play in the biggest event of the 2021 World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) from as little as $49.99 on the mobile platform.
Day 1A of the Main gets underway on Friday, December 3. The second starting flight takes place the day after and the survivors from both Day 1's will combine for Day 2 on Sunday, December 5.
Days 3 and 4 will play out on December 6 and 7 respectively before the final day of action will be on December 8. Each day of the Main Event will begin at 12 p.m. CET.
WSOPE Main Event Schedule
|Friday, December 3||12 p.m.||WSOPE Main Event Day 1A|
|Saturday, December 4||12 p.m.||WSOPE Main Event Day 1B|
|Sunday, December 5||12 p.m.||WSOPE Main Event Day 2|
|Monday, December 6||12 p.m.||WSOPE Main Event Day 3|
|Tuesday, December 7||12 p.m.||WSOPE Main Event Day 4|
|Wednesday, December 8||12 p.m.||WSOPE Main Event Day 5|
How to Participate
There are five steps you need to follow to make sure you get your WSOPE Main Event Seat.
- In order to play, you must be a member of one of the permitted EU countries, which you can see below.
- Register to either of the WSOPE Main Event Giveaway - Stage 1 events. Press Online Satellite to view these.
- Qualify for Stage 2 to get through to the Final Stage
- Win a WSOPE Main Event seat by finishing in the prize winning places
- Claim you prize - instructions and requirements will be emailed to you
You can find out all the FAQs and T's & C's on ClubGG.
Dates for the Final Stages
|Date||Time (CET)||Seats Available|
|Sunday, November 7||12:00||1|
|Sunday, November 14||12:00||1|
|Sunday, November 21||12:00||1|
|Sunday, November 28||12:00||2|
EU Countries That Can Participate
|Armenia||Faroe Islands||Isle of Man||Monaco||Svalbard & Jan Mayen Islands|
|Bosnia & Herzegovina||Gibraltar||Liechtenstein||Portugal||United Kingdom|
|Czech Republic||Hungary||North Macedonia||Serbia|
Louison Vincent raised to 350,000 under the gun and action folded around to Ori Hasson in the big blind. Hasson asked to see his stack before going all in with the covering stack and Vincent called off the 200,000 that he had behind.
The board ran out and Vincent could not find his king or jack to stay alive and he was eliminated in ninth place.
Asi Moshe was out of position in a heads-up pot against Tarun Gulati on a board of with around 600,000 in the pot.
Moshe led out with a river bet of 500,000 and Gulati moved all-in with Moshe covered. Moshe had about 500,000 behind and took a few minutes before calling off.
Gulati tabled for the nut flush, while Moshe held for two pair and was sent to the rail in 10th place.
Louison Vincent lost the majority of his stack a short while ago and put in his 300,000 stack on the button with Kaue De Souza calling in the small blind.
Kaue De Souza:
The board ran out which kept Vincent ahead and he found a double.