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Shweta Maheshwari
Posted on 03 Aug, 2021
By Shweta Maheshwari
On 03 Aug, 2021
By Shweta Maheshwari
On 03 Aug, 2021

World Series of Poker 2021 Online Event #33: Dan Sindelar Takes The Number One Spot

World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Event #33, $500 NLH Grand Finale season event, drew  1,355 players with 669 rebuys.

The event had a large field, with 2,024 players and a guaranteed prize pool of $1 million. Dan Sindelar nailed the top spot after 12 hours of play to win $159,100 in prize money and his first gold bracelet.

Sindelar had 117 cashes in World Series of Poker, adding up to $1,802,580 before the victory. He came close to earning a bracelet only a few weeks earlier when he was runner-up in Event #12: Pot-Limit Omaha. This pro made $51,527 in a $500 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack event.

His biggest WSOP payout is $1,235,862, with a seventh-place finish in the 2014 WSOP Main Event. Overall, Sindelar had a good series, cashing in eight events for a total of $221,081 and earning his first-ever gold bracelet in a WSOP event.

After “NoLimitFit” was eliminated on the money bubble in 290th place by Michael Holtz, the in-the-money eliminations continued apace, including four-time WSOP bracelet winner Mike Matusow (271st – $900), four-time WSOP bracelet winner Jeff Madsen (194th – $1,000), two-time WSOP bracelet winner Shankar Pillai (78th – $1,800), Darren Elias (15th – $7,900), and Holtz (10th – $10,000).

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Every player at the final table had a chance to win their first WSOP bracelet, but Dan Gallegos was the first one to have his hopes dashed as “chuckybrown9” straightened out his pair of ladies on the river.

The final two women standing, Anna Antimony, jammed her remaining chips in the middle with a suited king-queen only to be called by Guy Dunlap holding a dominating suited ace-queen. Dunlap finished off Conrad Simpson after he rivered a two-outer, ending both their final table runs in eighth and seventh place, respectively.

“chuckybrown9” finished sixth when their ace-five suited failed to crack Stanley Lee’s pocket jacks, while Drew Gonzalez finished fifth after running his suited ace-four into Lee’s snowmen.

The action was sluggish for several levels as the last four players were well matched until Dunlap lost the bulk of his stack in a botched bluff against Lee and slid to fourth place shortly after.

The last three jostled for a while, with Fred Li grabbing a couple of doubles before Lee, holding a jack-nine offsuit, called him with a vast blind special with a suited seven-deuce. Li flipped a seven, but Lee landed running cards and produced a nine-high straight to finish third in the tournament for $71,500.

Sindelar proved to be a challenging opponent with a 3:1 chip advantage. After securing an early double, Sindelar reversed the tables and eliminated Lee in second place for $98,400.

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