Jeremy Ausmus won his first WSOP bracelet as he overcame the dominant player of the final day, Jesse Lonis at the tail-end of a superb final table of five. In what turned out to be the first WSOP bracelet awarded of the Autumn in the 2021 World Series of Poker,
Known for being a WPT Champion and WSOP bracelet winner with nearly $4.7 million in lifetime earnings, Daniel Strelitz sent out a tweet that awoke the poker community and elicited some very interesting replies. https://twitter.com/dDeoxyribo/status/1283546287841767424 Hundreds of poker players hit the reply button to Strelitz as stories were told of implausible run-ups,
Ami Barer moved all in for 825,000 from under the gun, and Ryan Laplante called in the hijack. Barer: [KsJs] Laplante: [AhKc] The board ran out [AdTh9s2s5h] and Barer was eliminated.
Ryan Laplante found himself all in for his last 1,060,000 against partypoker pro Anatoly Filatov. Laplante: [Ac4c] Filatov: [KcKs] The board ran out [5sAd7s7dQd] and Laplante secured the double.
Barry Hutter was all in holding [QxTx] against Ryan Laplante and his [9x9x]. Hutter flopped a straight draw to go along with his two overcards but failed to improve and was eliminated.
Ryan Laplante opened to 7,000 in middle position and Ben Heath called in the big blind to reveal the [JhTs4s] flop. Heath check-called a bet of 8,000 as the turn fell the [Td]. Heath now elected to lead out for 18,000 and Laplante called. The river fell the [5h], and Heath moved
Ryan Laplante raised to 5,000 from under the gun and Ali Imsirovic called in the small blind, as did Brandon Adams in the big blind. The flop landed [6dJhJc] and Imsirovic and Adams checked to Laplante who bet 4,000. Imsirovic check-raised to 14,000, and after Adams folded, Imsirovic called. The turn fell
Pot-Limit Omaha Anthony Zinno limped in from middle position and Ryan Leng completed the small blind. Ryan Laplante checked in the big blind, and the flop landed [6sJh7c]. Leng checked, and Laplante bet 7,000. Zinno and Leng called, and the turn landed the [8c]. Leng and Laplante knuckled over to Zinno, and he
No-Limit Hold'em Action folded to Jake Abdalla in the small blind, and he raised to 4,500. Ryan Laplante called from the big, and the flop landed [9hTd7d]. Both players checked as the [Ts] fell on the turn. Abdalla checked and Laplante bet 5,000. Abdalla called, and both players checked the [4c] on