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The final table of Event #1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em of the 2021 U.S. Poker Open is set and will be airing on at 1 p.m. ET. Watch the Event #1 final table on here! Dan Shak finished Day 1 as the chip leader with 2,570,000 in chips ahead of Jake

Bin Duan Eliminated in 11th Place ($28,500)

Action folded to Tim McDermott on the button, and he made it 80,000. Jake Daniels was next to act in the small blind, and he called. Bin Duan was in the big blind, and he called for his last 65,000 total. Duan was all-in for the main pot of 235,000,

Tim McDermott Chops with Sergi Reixach

Sergi Reixach opened to 40,000 from under the gun, and action folded all the way to Tim McDermott in the big blind, and he called. The dealer spread the [4h3h4c] and action checked through. The [As] fell on the turn, and action checked through for a second time. The [Qs]

Tim McDermott Climbs to 1.5 Million

Tim McDermott raised the button to 35,000 and both Sergi Reixach and Peter Neff called in the blinds. The flop landed [2s6d7c] and action checked to McDermott who bet 80,000. Reixach called and Neff folded before the [8h] and [As] checked down. Reixach tabled his [Kc6c], but McDermott's [Qd7d] earned him the

Tim McDermott Doubles Through David Peters

On a board of [6h5s9d2h] with 95,000 in the middle, Tim McDermott checked from the big blind to David Peters on the button who bet 100,000. McDermott responded with a check-raise all-in for 327,000, and Peters called. Peters: [6s5c] McDermott: [Ac9h] The river landed the [2d] to shift the advantage in McDermott's direction as

Sean Perry Makes Correct Call to Take Chip Lead

Tim McDermott raised to 18,000 in the cutoff and Sean Perry called in the small blind. The flop landed [Kh4hAh] and Perry checked. McDermott continued for 14,000, and Perry called as the turn landed the [Qs]. Both players checked, and the river fell the [3h]. Perry checked, McDermott bet 16,000, and Perry