2021 World Series of Poker
MSPT Venetian $1,600 Main Event ($2M GTD)
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Engel Calls Light

OHairDJ • Nivo 6: 300-500, 500 ante

On a flop of {8-Diamonds}{8-Spades}{2-Diamonds}, Ari Engel fired 3,000 into the middle from the small blind. His lone opponent called from middle position.

Both players checked on the {3-Diamonds} turn and Engel checked again on the {9-Clubs} turn, prompting a 12,500 all in from his opponent. Engel asked for a count and eventually called. His opponent revealed {3-Hearts}{3-Spades} for a turned full house and Engel showed {a-Hearts}{j-Hearts} and conceded the pot.

Engel, who is simultaneously playing online poker on his laptop, is down to 20,000.

Ari Engel ca
Ari Engel
ca 20,000 20,000

Vaughan Wins a Race

OHairDJ • Nivo 6: 300-500, 500 ante

Matt Vaughan opened to 1,200 from early position and was called by the player in the cutoff. The player on the button then shoved for his last 7,000 and action folded back to Vaughan, who also went all in. The button folded and hands were revealed.

Vaughan: {a-Clubs}{q-Hearts}
Button: {9-Hearts}{9-Clubs}

The board ran out {q-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{3-Spades}{6-Hearts}{8-Hearts} and Vaughan sent his opponent to the rail with a pair of ladies.

Matt Vaughan us
Matt Vaughan
us 40,000 5,000
Nivo:
6
Slepe stave:
300/500
Ante:
500

Seven Hundred and Climbing

OHairDJ • Nivo 5: 200-400, 400 ante

Day 1c has attracted 733 entries so far with a long list of alternates.

Marquez Gets All in Three Ways

OHairDJ • Nivo 5: 200-400, 400 ante
Anthony Marquez From Day 1b
Anthony Marquez From Day 1b

A player open limped from middle position and the player in the lojack raised to 1,600. The button called, Anthony Marquez called from the small blind, the big blind called, and the limper called for a five-way pot.

Everyone checked on the {6-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}{2-Hearts}; however, Marquez led out for 4,500 on the {7-Hearts} turn. The player in the big blind called and the original limper then shoved for about 50,000. Action folded back around to Marquez, who called all in for about 17,000. The big blind also called all in.

Marquez: {7-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}
Big blind: {a-Hearts}{8-Hearts}
Middle position player: {10-Clubs}{8-Spades}

Marquez needed the board to pair to scoop the massive pot, but the {j-Hearts} river bricked out and he was sent to the rail.

"That's so sick," Marquez said as he stood up from the table.

Anthony Marquez us
Anthony Marquez
us Izpadel

Heimiller's Stack Takes a Hit

OHairDJ • Nivo 5: 200-400, 400 ante

Daniel Heimiller opened to 1,100 from early position and was called by a player on the button and the big blind.

The flop came {3-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{4-Diamonds} and it was checked to Heimiller, who continued for 2,500. Only the button called.

Both players checked on the {2-Spades} turn and Heimller checked a final time on the {7-Hearts} river, prompting a 6,000 bet from his opponent. Heimiller tanked and eventually put calling chips into the middle.

The player on the button revealed {a-Spades}{3-Spades} and Heimiller mucked.

"Ace-king or ace-queen, that's what I put you on," Heimiller's opponent said.

Daniel Heimiller us
Daniel Heimiller
us 22,000 -11,000
Nivo:
5
Slepe stave:
200/400
Ante:
400

Wilkie Nabs a Few

OHairDJ • Nivo 4: 200-300, 300 ante

A player opened to 800 from early position and was called by Steve Wilkie in the hijack and the player in the big blind.

The flop came {6-Clubs}{6-Spades}{9-Clubs} and action checked to the original raiser, who bet 1,200. Only Wilkie called.

Wilkie was then checked to on the {6-Diamonds} turn and he fired 2,000 into the middle, which got a fold from his opponent.

Steve Wilkie gb
Steve Wilkie
gb 13,000 3,000

Double For Riess

OHairDJ • Nivo 4: 200-300, 300 ante

Ryan Riess opened to 700 from the hijack and was called by both players in the blinds.

The flop came {q-}{7-}{10-} and action checked to the big blind, who led out for 800. Riess called and the player in the small blind folded.

The {8-Hearts} landed on the turn and the big blind led out again — this time for 1,200. Riess again called.

The {j-Diamonds} completed the board and the big blind fired a a final time for 3,000. Riess responded by going all in for about 9,000 and his opponent called. Riess tabled {k-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds} for a straight and his opponent mucked.

Ryan Riess us
Ryan Riess
us 25,000 10,000
Nivo:
4
Slepe stave:
200/300
Ante:
300