Dan 1b končan
Dan 1b končan
Day 1b of Event #4: $500 The Reunion No-Limit Hold'em has concluded. The second flight drew a field of 4,455 entries, a significant increase from yesterday during Day 1a of this $5,000,000 guarantee tournament. Only 204 of them survived the flight and will return for Day 2 on Monday, October 4th at 10 a.m. local time, where they will mix with the surviving players of Day 1a and the upcoming Day 1c.
Robert Brobyn bagged the top stack of 5,015,000 chips partly thanks to a run he went on at the end of the day where he accumulated a large number of chips. In one hand he got queens in against jacks and held, and in another, he found an ace while holding ace-king over kings.
A selection of the other notable stacks heading into Day 2 include Darryl Ronconi (2,030,000), Jeremy Wien (1,640,000), Barry Greenstein (745,000), and Roland Israelashvili (620,000).
Some of the players who fell short of bagging a stack include Shaun Deeb, Qui Nguyen, Dan Shak, Matt Berkey, and Ryan Depaulo. However, they will have an opportunity to play in the final starting flight if they choose to with Day 1c starting on Sunday at 10 a.m. local time.
Stay tuned for more coverage of this event and the entire 2021 World Series of Poker from the PokerNews Live Reporting Team.
After a series of raises, Robert Brobyn had his opponent all-in before the flop and both players had tabled their hands.
Brobyn wasn't at risk but his opponent was for roughly 1,700,000 and Brobyn was looking to spike an ace. The dealer fanned a flop of giving Brobyn the lead with a pair of aces, and the board completed with the on the turn and the on the river. Brobyn eliminated his opponent and took a massive chip lead going into Day 2.
Jared Ambler had a player all-in and at risk for their remaining 600,000 chips. Another player was thinking about coming along as well but folded, showing .
The flop was giving Ambler a flush draw. The came on the turn but the hand wasn't over. The completed the board to eliminate a player and give the pot to Ambler.
It's going to be pretty hectic in Las Vegas over the next couple of months as the World Series of Poker returns to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. PokerNews is here to keep you up-to-date with all the action, interviews, and more, but if you can't wait for the tournaments to begin in earnest then why not check out our 'Ultimate Guide'
The Ultimate Guide is an incredible source of information about the WSOP, the city of Las Vegas and beyond. As the eyes of the poker world turn to Las Vegas discover everything you need to know about the city. The guide focuses on both poker as well as off-the-felt activities. You must not miss this guide!
To get your hands on this Ultimate Guide, simply enter your email address into the box below. Once you've confirmed your email address, you will receive the PDF direct to your inbox! And keep your eyes peeled, there may be more guides heading your way later this fall!
With around 200,000 in the pot and a flop of , a player bet 100,000, Aaron Gomez jammed for 280,000, and another player raised to 755,000, which caused the other player to fold and show he let go of .
Gomez was looking to complete his straight and he indeed did so on the turn. The meaningless river completed the board and Gomez took the pot.
A player in the hijack was all in for 600,000 and Robert Brobyn re-jammed in the cutoff.
The board ran out , and Brobyn took down the pot to add to his already huge stack.
Renato Spahiu went all-in from the small blind over a button raise to 325,000. The button called, and the hands were tabled.
The board ran out and Spahiu's two pair was good for the pot.