A busy day of action kicked off the 2021 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas as the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino welcomed players to the felt with 12 hours of action across three events. Most eyes were on the $25,000-entry H.O.R.S.E. event, which was Event #2 on the schedule
Dan Shak raised to 4,500 in middle position and Chad Eveslage called from the big blind. The [6hJh5sQc2d] board checked to the river where Eveslage bet 3,000 and Shak folded.
Razz Chad Eveslage completed to 30,000, and Jeremy Ausmus raised to 60,000 with 45,000 behind. Evesalge called On fourth street, Ausmus bet, Evesalge raised, and Ausmus called. Ausmus: [XxXx]/[7d3s] Evesalge: [XxXx]/[4d6s] Ausmus tabled [6c3c] and Evesalge tabled [2d2h]. Evesalge's board ran out [Js8hKh] for jack-eight, and Ausmus board ran out [Ac7c5h] for
No Limit Hold'em Action folded to Chad Evesalge on the button, and he opened to 35,000. Jared Bleznick was in the big blind, said, "I need a minute," tossed in two time extensions, and started to walk around the table. Bleznick eventually called. The flop fell [Qd5c4h], and Bleznick checked. Eveslage
Razz Cary Katz had the bring-in and elected to completed to 25,000. Chad Eveslage called. On fourth street, Katz bet 25,000, and Eveslage called. On fifth street, Katz checked, and Eveslage bet 50,000. Katz called. On sixth street. Katz checked Eveslage bet and Katz called all-in for less. Katz: [8d2h]/[7c9dTcAd]/[Qd] Eveslage: [7s6h]/[5hKd3cAc]/[Qc]