The first Day of the 2021 WSOP Main Event Final Table just ended and it was once again Koray Aldemir running hot and building a massive chip leader with only 3 players left. The other two remaining players are Jack Oliver from the UK and George Holmes from the US. All of them have secured a minimum of $3,000,000 and will be battling for the staggering $8,000,000 first prize tonight. Watch the WSOP Main Event Final Table below!
Facts and Figures 2021 WSOP Main Event
- Buy-in: $10,000
- Players: 3 of 6,650
- Chip Leader: Koray Aldemir (Germany)
- Average: 133,000,000 chips
- Next Payout: $3,000,000
- Prize Pool: $62,011,250
- First Prize: $8,000,000
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Koray Aldemir runs hot at the 2021 WSOP Main Event Final Table
German top pro Koray Aldemir already started the 2021 WSOP Main Event Final Table as chip leader, but even managed to increase his chip lead on Day 1 of the final table.
With only three players left Koray now has more than three times as many chips as Jack Oliver in second place.
Watch the 2021 WSOP Main Event Final Table here:
The Final 9 of the 2021 WSOP Main Event
The finalists of the 2021 WSOP Main Event are Jareth East, Koray Aldemir, Chase Bianchi, Hye Park, Ozgur Secilmis, Jack Oliver, Joshua Remitio, George Holmes and Argentinian Rapper Alejandro Lococo aka Papo MC.
The day started with two quick eliminations. Chase Bianchi, the only WSOP bracelet winner, was the first one to hit the rails after running with King-Queen into Ace-King of Jack Oliver.
British pro Jareth East followed on the very next hand after losing a preflop All-In with Ace-Jack against the Pocket Queens of George Holmes. Alejandro Lococo, Hye Park, Ozgur Secilmis followed him to the rails.
In the final hand of Day 1 of the 2021 WSOP Main Event short stack Joshua Remitio shoved on the button with and Jack Oliver called in the big blind with .
The Ace on the flop sealed the deal for Jack and the day ended with the elimination of Joshua Remitio in 4th Place for $2,300,000.
Tonight the New World Champion is crowned
Play continues 3-handed tonight at 1.30 am CET, when the new Poker World Champion is crowned. You can follow the action live on PokerGo.
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