2021 WSOP Main Event Final Table Preview Podcast!

The stage is set for poker's biggest final table of the year! The 2021 WSOP Main Event final table is lead by German crusher Koray Aldemir who holds a massive chip lead over the other remaining players. On the podcast today we speak to Ark Onikul, Vasu Amarapu, Sean Ragozzoni, Chase

Erik Sagstrom Doubles Through Vasu Amarapu

Pot-Limit Omaha Vasu Amarapu limped the cutoff, as did Stephen Chidwick on the button, and Sam Soverel from the small blind. Erik Sagstrom was in the big blind, and he raised pot to 25,000. Only Amarapu called as the flop landed [3cQh6c]. Sagstrom bet 25,000 and Amarapu moved all-in for 126,000. Sagstrom called

Aces Up for Vasu Amarapu

Omaha Hi-Lo Vasu Amarapu raised to 16,000 from the cutoff and was called by Stephen Chidwick, Damjan Radanov, and Maxx Coleman. The flop landed [AsTdJh] and Amarapu bet 8,000 and both Chidwick and Radanov called. The turn was the [3s] and action checked to Chidwick who bet 16,000. Both Radanov and Amarapu called

Maxx Coleman Scoops Vasu Amarapu

Omaha Hi-Lo Action folded to Daniel Negreanu in the cutoff, and he opened to 16,000. Maxx Coleman was on the button and three-bet to 24,000. Vasu Amarapu was in the small blind and called. Negreanu called. The flop fell [8s4d5d], and action checked through. The dealer burned and turned the [7d],

Ten-Seven for Damjan Radanov

2-7 Triple Draw Vasu Amarapu raised to 16,000 from the cutoff and both Damjan Radanov and Daniel Negreanu called from the blinds. Each player drew two, and action checked to Amarapu who bet 8,000. Radanov check-raised to 16,000, and after Negreanu folded, Amarapu made it three bets to go. Radanov called and both

Broadway and a Chop

Pot-Limit Omaha Vasu Amarapu raised to 7,000 from the cutoff and Stephen Chidwick reraised to 25,500 from the button. Amarapu called, as the flop landed [Ad3sQs] and both players checked. The turn was the [Th] and Amarapu bet the pot of 58,500 and Chidwick moved all-in for 124,500. Amarapu called and tabled his

Cary Katz Eliminated by Vasu Amarapu

Pot-Limit Omaha With the boarding reading [4dTs5cAh], Cary Katz was all-in holding [AsAcJc2d] against Vasu Amarapu's [5s3h3c2c]. Katz need the board to pair for him to stay alive, but when the [9c] landed on the river, he was eliminated.

Vasu Amarapu Scoops Chad Eveslage

Stud Hi-Lo Daniel Negreanu had the bring-in and Vasu Amarapu called. Chad Eveslage completed and after Negreanu folded, Amarapu called. Eveslage bet out on fourth and fifth with Amarapu calling before he took the betting lead on sixth and seventh with Eveslage calling. Amarapu: [XxXx] / [8d4dQc2d] / [Xx] Eveslage: [XxXx] / [As2sJs9d] /

Eli Elezra Wins on the River

Pot-Limit Omaha Vasu Amarapu raised to 3,500 in middle position and both Eli Elezra and Jake Daniels called from the button and big blind respectively. The flop landed [QsKcJh], and action checked to Elezra who bet 7,000. Daniels folded, but Amarapu called as the [3s] on the turn checked through. The river was