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WWSOP: EVENT #21: $1.000 NO-LIMIT HOLD’EM
Event #21 of the World Series of Poker started of with a little over 2000 players. Which means that the players were battling for a pot over $2.000.000.
After 2 days of battling only 16 players remained. Dominik Nitsche, the guy who would turn out to be the winner, entered the final day as third. Second was Thayer Rasmussen and first was Bob Bounahra.
Many hands were played before the final table of WSOP event #21 commenced. The final table took his first victim quite soon. It took only 3 hands before David Burt was eliminated as ninth.
In the #199 hands of the final table Nitsche could have taken home the tournament already. The last 3 remaining players moved all-in with Nitsche as chip leader. Nitsche had 10-10, his opponents had Queen-Queen and 7-7, but the 10 didn’t come and D’Alesandro took the pot with his Queen-Queen.
After this hand only D’Alesandro and Nitsche remained, so the heads-up commenced. D’Alesandro had a 3:1 lead on Nitsche, so Nitsche had a long way to go until he could take this WSOP event. Or so we thought. Nitsche doubled his stack after just a view poker hands. The chip-lead shifted a couple more times, before Nitsche finally took WSOP event #21 with King-6 against Queen-7.
The final results were: