The fourth tournament of the 2021 Poker Masters found a winner on Saturday evening in Las Vegas, and it was Brock Wilson landing himself in the winner’s circle with a $189,800 payday. Wilson topped a field of 73 entries to take home the lion’s share of the $730,000 prize pool,
Action folded to Elio Fox in the cutoff, and he opened to 50,000. Sam Soverel was in the small blind and moved all-in for 805,000. Fox called. Fox: [AsQd] Soverel: [AhKh] The board ran out [Ad3dTs8c9h], and Soverel doubled.
With the board reading [Ac3cTs], Sam Soverel moved all-in, and Elio Fox called. Fox: [AdTc] Soverel: [Ah3h] The board ran out [8d] on the turn, and when the river [2c] hit, the felt Fox doubled.
David Coleman raised to 27,000 in the hijack and Elio Fox called on the button. The flop landed [7d9h2h] and Coleman checked to Fox who bet 28,000. Coleman called before both players checked down the [2c] and [5c]. Coleman tabled his [AcJh] for ace-high, and Fox mucked.