The 2021 World Series of Poker concluded on Tuesday from the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Josh Arieh officially being named the 2021 WSOP Player of the Year presented by Velo. The Head of PocketFives and part-time poker player broke a 16-year drought to win his
Scott Ball moved all-in from the button for 65,000 and Brock Wilson called in the big blind. Ball: [AdKs] Wilson: [ThTs] The board ran out [Td3sTc8dAh] and Ball was eliminated in ninth place for a $28,120 payday.
Jonathan Jaffe was all-in from the big blind for 14,500 holding [KdTd] against the [JdJs] of Scott Ball from the small blind. The board ran out [AdAs5cKhQh] and Jaffe secured the double.
Farhad Jamasi raised to 500 from middle position before Scott Ball three-bet to 1,500 in the cutoff. Jamasi called, and the flop landed [9s3dKc]. Jamasi checked and Ball continued for 2,000. Jamasi called as both players checked the [7s] on the turn. The river was the [9d] and Jamasi checked. Ball bet his