Chad Norton Wins 2021 World Series of Poker $800 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack Event

Another day, another huge-field no-limit tournament champion made a decision at the 2021 World Series of Poker.

The most up to date reduced buy-in, huge turnout event to reach its conclusion was the $800 buy-in no-limit hold ’em ‘Deepstack’ occasion, which attracted 2,053 entries to construct a reward pool of greater than $1.4 million. After two lengthy days of competition action, Chad Norton emerged victorious with the $214,830 top prize and also his very first WSOP gold bracelet.

This was by far the biggest real-time event rating for the local of Hand Desert, CA. His previous leading cash advance came when he ended up 187th on the planet Casino Poker Tour Seminole Hard Rock Online Poker Face-off $3,500 buy-in centerpiece for $7,225 earlier this year. In fact, Norton informed PokerNews press reporters after his win that this was his first-ever online WSOP occasion. Unbelievably, he handled ahead away with the hardware as well as a six-figure cash advance in his first attempt. Norton was likewise awarded 540 Card Player Gamer of the Year points for the win.

The 2nd and also final day of this fast-paced occasion started with 120 players staying from the thousands of access made by the end of the enrollment period. Norton went into the day as one of the short stacks with just over 10 huge blinds. He took care of to outlive such of two-time arm band victors John Moore (70th– $2k853) and also Eric Baldwin (62nd– $3,305), PokerStars Champion Bahamas main event victor Christian Harder (25th– $6,591), as well as high-stakes competition normal Koray Aldemir (11th– $15,417) on his way to making the final table as one of the bigger heaps.

He gained the very first 2 kos at the official last table, breaking Josh Herman (9th– $19,533) as well as William Blais (8th– $24,982) to surpass the lead. After a supper break, Jordyn Miller’s (7th– $32,254) pocket 10s were cracked by the A-8 of Andres Jeckeln to tighten the field to 6.

Norton safeguarded his third elimination of the final table when his ASpade SuitJHeart Fit held up against the AClub Suit3Club Match of Kevin Wang ($ sixth– $42,031).

Ivan Uzunov was the alongside drop, with his JSpade Suit10Spade Suit encountering the QClub SuitJClub Fit of Jeckeln. He gained $55,279 after theboard boosted neither gamer.

Norton extended his already commanding chip advantage when he called the small-blind shove of Narimaan Ahmadi with ASpade Suit6Heart Suit out of the large blind. Norton was in a leading placement with ASpade Suit6Heart Fit ahead of the KDiamond Suit6Club Suit of Ahmadi. Ace high stayed the most effective hand by the river and also Ahmadi was sent out to the rail in 4th area ($ 73,371).

Jeckeln’s run in this event involved an end in third area. He lost a preflop race the very next hand after Ahmadi busted, getting all-in with KSpade Suit10Spade Wear versus the pocket sevens of Steve Lemma. The 7Spade Suit3Club Suit2Spade Suit flop made things a lot more intriguing, with lemma’s top set currently facing a flush draw for Jeckeln. The 5Diamond Fit turn transformed absolutely nothing for either gamer. The 5Heart Suit on the river improved Lemma to a capacity to lock up the pot. Jeckeln earned $98,269 as the third-place finisher.

With that said Norton took more than a 3:1 chip lead into heads-up have fun with Lemma. It really did not take wish for him to transform that advantage into the title. In the final hand Norton elevated from the switch with ASpade Suit8Diamond Match. Lemma three-bet all-in from the big blind holding QClub Suit9Spade Fit and Norton called. The board ran out AClub SuitJHeart Suit3Diamond Suit5Club Suit5Heart Fit. Norton made aces as well as threes to secure the title, while Lemma was granted $132,802 as the runner-up finisher.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at the final table:

PlacePlayerEarningsPOY Points
1Chad Norton$214,830540
2Steven Lemma$132,802450
3Andres Jeckeln$98,269360
4Narimaan Ahmadi$73,371270
5Ivan Uzunov$55,279225
6Kevin Wang$42,031180
7Jordyn Miller$32,254135
8William Blais$24,98290
9Josh Herman$19,53345

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