Josh Arieh Wins 2021 WSOP Player of the Year

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

Sam Soverel Wins Event #43: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em for $293,205

Closing out the big buy-in events at the 2021 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open was Event #43: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em. The tournament drew a field of 101 entries, of which 13 would finish in the money. Topping them all was Sam Soverel (pictured). He picked up the event's $293,205 first-place

Scott Ball Eliminated in 9th Place ($28,120)

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 Doubles Through Scott Ball

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.

Scott Ball vs. Farhad Jamasi

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

Scott Ball Eliminated by Sergi Reixach

Sam Soverel raised to 6,000 in the hijack and Scott Ball called in the cutoff. From the button, Sergi Reixach three-bet to 24,000. Soverel folded, but Ball moved all-in for roughly 77,000 total as Reixach called. Reixach: [9h9d] Ball: [AhQs] The board ran out [2c4s2h6h8s] and Ball was eliminated.