Sean Perry Wins 2021 Poker Masters Occasion #2 for $206K
Sean Perry Wins 2021 Poker Masters Event #two for $206K
Sean Perry was by no means really in any danger of elimination for the duration of the final table of the 2021 Poker Masters Event #two ($ten,000 No Limit Hold’em). He started the day with the chip lead, held on to it by taking out four of his final 5 opponents, and, in under 3 hours, walked out of the PokerGO studio with $206,400 for the win.
The tournament was slightly bigger than Occasion #1, as 86-entries designed an $860,000 prize pool. For Perry, the victory, plus his eighth-place finish in the 1st event for $32,800, has made him the early points leader for the Purple Jacket something he stated, “would mean the world to me.”
Just six players returned to the PokerGO studio to battle for the Event #2 title, such as John Riordan, fresh off his sixth-location finish in Event #1 for $49,200. Roughly 30 minutes into play, with the blinds at 30,000/60,000 (60,000 bb ante), Riordan located himself on the short stack with just eight massive blinds. From the hijack, he moved all-in holding and Jake Schindler, subsequent to act, created the get in touch with with his . The rest of the table got out of the way and the pair watched as the board ran out giving Schindler a straight and, for the second tournament in a row, ending Riordan’s day in sixth spot for $51,600.
With the blinds at 40,000/80,000 (80,000 bb ante) Sam Soverel clashed in a huge pot against Daniel Negreanu. All-in before the flop, Negreanu held the , and Soverel, with the slightly larger stack, had the . The flop came , keeping Negreanu in excellent shape. It got even much better for “Kid Poker” when the hit the turn leaving Soverel drawing dead to the river. Soon after the hand, Soverel was left with roughly two big blinds. Even though he hung about for fifteen minutes, Soverel could build it back up when his eventually lost to Perry’s on the run out. Soverel, who won the Poker Masters Purple Jacket back in 2019, finished in fifth spot for $68,800.
Perry grabbed a commanding chip lead with four players left and began to apply the stress. From the button, Perry created it 160,000 to go with the . Negreanu bowed out in the small blind and then Schindler, with seven massive blinds left, three-bet all-in holding . Perry took some time to contemplate and ended up creating the call. The flop gave Perry bottom pair which held via the turn and river. Schindler fell in fourth place and picked up $86,000 on the day.
The final 3 then went to break. On the initial hand back, with blinds up to 50,000/100,000 (100,000 bb ante), there was only 1 large blind due to the prior elimination. First to act, Perry made it 225,000 holding and Negreanu quickly moved all-in on the button for 1.425 million with his . Jeremy Ausmus folded the single massive blind and Perry wasted no time in calling. The flop came maintaining Perry’s sixes ahead, but not the favored to Negreanu’s over cards, flush outs, and back door straight outs. The turn came the providing Negreanu 16 outs a single time. But that was merely also a lot of outs, as Negreanu missed them all when the completed the board. “He had half the deck and missed somehow,” Perry shouted as Negreanu collected his factors and went to collect his $103,200 prize for third location.
In contrast to in Occasion #1, the heads-up match amongst Perry and Ausmus didn’t take extremely extended. With a two-to-one particular chip lead, Perry kept manage for the roughly 25-minute match. On the final hand, Ausmus raised to 200,000 holding the and Perry raised it to 825,000 with his . Ausmus known as and the flop came and Perry led for 400,000. In position, Ausmus opted for a contact and the turn came the . Perry checked it to Ausmus and Ausmus bet 800,000. Following taking some time, Perry made the get in touch with. The hit the river and Perry once once again checked to Ausmus. Possessing missed all his outs, Ausmus moved all-in for just over 2 million. Perry went into the tank and sooner or later named the bluff with his pair of kings and ended the tournament. Ausmus was eliminated as the runner-up for $146,200 and Sean Perry took property the win and $206,400.
Poker Masters Occasion #two Final Table Outcomes
- Sean Perry – $206,400
- Jeremy Ausmus – $146,200
- Daniel Negreanu – $103,200
- Jake Schindler – $86,000
- Sam Soverel – $68,800
- John Riordan – $51,600