Radmir Sadirov Wins 2021 Globe Series of Poker On the internet $five,000 Quick Deck Championship
The final table of the 2021 Planet Series of Poker On the web $five,000 get-in quick deck championship began with three various players all competing for their second WSOP gold bracelet: Joao Vieira, Daniel Dvoress, and Sam Greenwood. In the finish, they all fell just quick. It was Russia’s Radmir ‘KOPOBA’ Sadirov who emerged victorious with the title, the $169,111, and his 1st bracelet. This was Sadirov’s very first recorded tournament score in an event that reported full real-name outcomes.
Sadirov came into the final day as the runaway chip leader with just seven players remaining. He sat with 258 antes when cards ahead of cards got in the air, whilst the next-largest stack was just 82 antes. Mukoro ‘AnonAnomaly’ Gberevbie was the very first to fall, with his A-K losing a classic preflop race against the pocket jacks of all-time online tournament earnings leader Joao Vieira. Gberevbie took property $24,159 as the seventh-spot finisher.
Canadian poker pro Sam Greenwood’s run at his second bracelet came to an end when his KJ clashed with the QQ of Sadirov. Greenwood flopped flush and straight draws to give him lots of outs against a set for Sadirov, but none materialized on later streets and he was eliminated in sixth spot ($33,413). He now has much more than $23.3 million in recorded tournament earnings to his name.
2019 WSOP major event runner-up finisher Dario Sammartino got the final of his brief stack in preflop with K7 against the AQ of 2020 WSOPO ‘Millionaire Maker’ event winner Daniel Dvoress.
Dvoress produced a winning pair of aces by the river to narrow the field to four. Sammartino earned $46,214 for his fifth-spot displaying.
Despite earning that knockout, Dvoress was the subsequent to hit the virtual rail. Dvoress got all-in with AQ against the K10 of Sadirov, who had been maintaining his foot on the gas for the duration of quick-handed play. Sadirov flopped a pair of kings and held from there to bust Dvoress in fourth location ($63,918). The score saw him surpass $18.4 million in profession earnings.
Vieira doubled by way of Sadirov early in three-handed action, and was in a position to overtake the lead briefly ahead of Sadirov knocked Yen-Liang Yao out in third location. Yao’s J10 was unable to outrun the AA of Sadirov and he settled for $88,404 as the third-spot finisher.
Sadirov took five,641,328 into heads-up play with Vieira, who sat with two,998,672. Sadirov was able to extend that lead, and got all-in with pocket aces against Vieira’s ten-9 suited with a opportunity to seal the deal. Vieira created a straight in that hand to double up, but Sadirov remained ahead. The two traded the lead back and forth a bit before Sadirov extended his advantage. He sat with much more than a 2:1 lead by the time the final hand arose.
Vieira limped in with Jten and Sadirov raised to 240,000 with QQ. Vieira moved all-in and Sadirov called for around 2.five million. The board ran out A97AQ, providing Sadiroiv queens full of aces for the win. Vieira fell just quick of his second bracelet, but earned $122,270 as the runner-up finisher.
Right here is a look at the payouts awarded at the final table: