2021 Poker Showdown in Review

WPT Final Tablists
The 2021 WPT Poker Showdown Championship final table members

The 2021 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown kicked off April 15 and it came storming out of the gates at a record-setting pace. Nearly every tournament set a new high for entries but none more impressive than the WPT Poker Showdown Championship.

The Championship hit the first milestone early in Flight B when it became the biggest field of any WPT Main tour stop, beating our number set during the 2014 Showdown. But it didn’t stop there; before reg closed it became the biggest Championship in our history when it topped the 2,384 entries from 2013 SHRPO.

There were 27 other tournaments during the series with 27 different winners, you can find the live updates and results from all Poker Showdown primary events below. Of course, we are still waiting to see who will be the WPT Poker Showdown Champion when final table action kicks on May 18 in Las Vegas.

Thank you thank you to all of our old friends and new friends, you helped create a tremendous series. We look forward to seeing everyone this summer for the 2021 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open.

Poker Showdown Schedule and Results

WPT Poker Showdown Championship updates

Event 1 ($600 Multi-Flight): Michael Casson – $280,000
Event 2 ($400 Omaha 8): Donald Maloney – $9,236
Event 3 ($400 H.O.R.S.E.): Barak Zaken – $12,545
Event 4 ($400 PLO): Greg Fishberg – $22,060
Event 5 ($400 NLH): Yaymel Bodes – $23,838
Event 6 ($1,100 NLH): Ryan Hogan – $72,065)
Event 7 ($400 Seniors): James Diaz – $15,975
Event 8 ($600 Dbl Black Chip): James Anderson – $35,540
Event 9 ($400 Black Chip PLO): Chris Kondrat – $13,070
Event 10 ($150 NLH): Carlos Dorca – $7,698
Event 11 ($400 OE): Chris Tryba – $9,620
Event 12 ($600 6-Max NLH): Joseph Di Rosa Rojas – $50,920
Event 13 ($400 6-Max PLO): Jesse Mull – $14,245
Event 14 ($600 Turbo NLH): Dorian Rios – $17,984
Event 15 ($1,100 NLH): Brian Hall – $128,230
Event 16 ($50K Super High Roller): Arthur Conan – $733,320
Event 17 ($2,200 NLH): Andrew Ostapchenko – $200,850
Event 20 ($400 Black Chip NLH): Brian Goodman – $18,405
Event 21 ($1,700 Purple Chip): Rafael Lima – $61,267
Event 22 ($600 Turbo NLH/PLO): Olamide Otti – $17,369
Event 23 ($600 NLH): Benson Tang – $54,655
Event 24 ($25K High Roller): Chad Eveslage – $767,577
Event 25 ($400 PLO): Stephen Moreschi – $13,125
Event 26 ($150 Multi-Flight): Dariel Martinez – $14,148
Event 27 ($400 NLH): Christopher Hill – $19,080
Event 28 ($5,000 NLH): Shannon Shorr – $296,535
Event 29 ($2,200 PLO): Anthony Zinno – $68,732