Jim Collopy Wins $3k HORSE For 2nd Bracelet, Ran Koller Takes Down $800 NLHE Deepstack

By Craig Klinski
October 19, 2021

Jim Collopy WSOP bracelet

Two new WSOP bracelet winners are awarded at the 2021 WSOP while Ryan Leng, Nathan Gamble, Daniel Negreanu and Shaun Deeb are among those threatening for bracelets.

In Tuesday’s WSOP report, we take a look at these two winners as well as all the other WSOP action happening on Monday and Tuesday.

Jim Collopy takes down $3k HORSE

Jim Collopy won his second WSOP bracelet on Monday night after taking down the $3,000 HORSE. In his path to victory, Collopy outlasted a field of 282 that included Ahmed Mohamed ($107,428), Paramjit Gill ($74,346), Eli Elezra ($53,986) and Maria Ho ($39,423). Daniel Negreanu finished in 8th place with $17,526.

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Collopy’s previous bracelet came during the A$1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha at the 2013 WSOP Asia-Pacific, which he said felt unique compared to this bracelet. “It always feels cool to win on a big stage, so I’d say that’s what makes it most different.”

In winning the $3,000 HORSE, Collopy has now amassed $3,267,083 in winnings over his poker career with cashes that date back to 2008, according to the Hendon Mob.

Ran Koller wins $800 Eight-Handed No Limit Hold’em Deep Stack

2,778 entered the $800 Eight-Handed No Limit Deep Stack, but it’s just Ran Koller who is the sole survivor of the event, winning his first WSOP bracelet and a first-place prize of $269,478. Koller beat fellow Israeli Ran Ilani heads-up ($166,552), followed by Florian Guimond ($124,671), Oleg Titov ($94,028) and Kris Steinback ($71,457).

The win was the biggest ever for Koller, whose previous largest victory was during a 7th place finish at the 2021 WSOP $600 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack Championship for $33,836.

“It’s amazing. I do not even have the words for it. It was surreal,” said Koller after the match.

Ongoing action at the WSOP

Ryan Leng among final 24 in $1,500 Monster Stack

Ryan Leng is still threatening in the $1,500 Monster Stack with 24 players remaining, down from the 2,342 entries that entered the event. The three-time WSOP bracelet winner is in 2nd place just behind chip leader Jaesh Balachandran. Action for Day 4 picks up at 11 AM PT with the remaining players guaranteed $21,768 and $610,347 going to first.

132 remain in $500 Freezeout No Limit Hold’em

Event #35, the $500 Freezeout No Limit Hold’em went down from 2,931 entries to 132 on Monday. Denys Chufain will go into Day 2 with the chip lead when action resumes at noon PT on Tuesday. Among the notables still alive are Shaun Deeb, Nipun Java and Joey Weissman.

Final 6 play for bracelet in the Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw

Just six players remain from a field of 285 entries, with Peter Lynns holding the chip lead with Kristijonas Andrulis, Mark Fraser, Stephen Deutsch, two-time WSOP bracelet winner David “Bakes” Baker and Marc Booth still alive. Action for Day 2 resumes at 2 PM PT as the remaining players seek out the bracelet and a $87,837 first-place prize.

Jose Ignacio Berbergo leads stack field in $10,000 Dealer’s Choic Championship

On Monday, the $10,000 Dealer’s Choice Championship attracted 86 entries with 42 of those surviving play on the day. It’s Jose Ignacio Barbero who holds a big lead over a field that includes Joao Vieira, David Benyamine, Nathan Gamble, Ray Henson and Daniel Negreanu. Action will resume for the event at 2 PM PT on Tuesday with players vying for a piece of the $801,950 prize pool.

Upcoming events

Another two events are on the schedule for Tuesday. First up is Event #37, the Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold’em, which players can buy in for $1,500 beginning at 11 AM PT. This afternoon, a big one gets underway in the $50,000 High Roller No Limit Hold’em 8-Handed, getting underway at 3 PM PT.

Watch the WSOP

On Tuesday, poker fans can tune into World Series of Poker action by watching the final table of the $800 No Limit Hold’em 8-handed beginning at 8 PM ET. Poker fans can watch through by purchasing a PokerGo subscription for $14.99 per month or $99 per year.

Sights and sounds from the WSOP


Daniel Negreanu
is at the final table of the $3k HORSE tournament in his latest vlog, where he hopes to score bracelet #7.

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