An intense day of action at the felt in the 2021 World Series of Poker saw three bracelets won as Phil Hellmuth fell just short of glory and two first-time bracelet winners joined Anthony Zinno in the winners’ circle. With seven events taking place on Monday, we’ve got the inside
Phil Hellmuth is at another 2021 World Series of Poker final table as he holds the chip lead over the final seven players in Event #19: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship. Hellmuth bagged 751,000 in chips and sits ahead of Anthony Zinno, James Chen, Jose Paz-Gutierrez, Jason Gola, Stephen Chidwick, and
Stephen Chidwick opened to 7,000 in the cutoff and Bill Klein called on the button. The [7s5c8d3sJc] board checked through to the river where Chidwick's [AsTd] bested Klein's [Ad6d].
Bryn Kenney opened with a raise under the gun and Stephen Chidwick called on the button. The [7cAd2s] flop checked through to reveal the [4s] on the turn. Kenney bet 11,000 and Chidwick called. The river of the [8h] checked through, and Kenney tabled his [QsJs] only to lose out to
Stephen Chidwick raised to 7,000 on the button and David Einhorn three-bet the big blind to 28,000. Chidwick called as the flop landed [Kc5cKh]. Einhorn continued for 26,000 and Chidwick folded.
Stephen Chidwick opened to 7,000 in the cutoff and Bill Klein called on the button, as did Bryn Kenney in the big blind. The flop landed [7cJh2d], and action checked through to reveal the [8s] on the turn. Kenney led out for 23,000 and Chidwick and Klein both folded.
After both players committed 60,000 each on the turn to see the final board read [QsKh7sJdKd], Stephen Chidwick checked from the small blind to Alex Foxen on the button. Foxen used a time extension before announcing a bet of 164,000 which prompted a fold from Chidwick.