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The Venetian

June 6 - 10, 2016

 
  • Level: 15
  • Blinds: 1500 / 3000
  • Ante: 500
Alex Noble Leads as 116 Players Advance from Day 1b
Created (6/8/2016 2:31:30 AM by Chad Holloway)

It was a massive day for the Mid-States Poker Tour Venetian $1,100 buy-in, $2 million guaranteed Main Event on Tuesday as 968 entrants packed The Sands Poker Room. Along with Day 1a's 499 runners, that brings the total field up to 1,467 with Day 1c still to go.

Speaking of Day 1c, which will kick off at Noon local time on Wednesday, registration is now open; in fact, approximately 250 players have already preregistered. If you want to avoid long lines and the possibility of being an alternate – though The Venetian has 72 tables reserved for the flight – we recommend either registering yet tonight or showing up a bit early in the morning.

Of course those who survived the Day 1b flight, of which there where 116, they don't have to worry about coming back until Day 2 action on Thursday. After 15 levels of play, no one did better than Alex Noble of Rockford, Illinois, who bagged up 382,000. That was decent, but it was still behind Brazilian Felipe Difini, who bagged up the Day 1a lead with 554,000.

Others who bagged up big stacks were Chris Cornell (306,000), Travis Remmert (296,500), Nick Stowell (291,500), and James Casement (283,000), who round out the top five.

They were joined by the likes of Darren Rabinowitz (255,500), Erwan Pecheux (205,500), Rachel Kranz (181,500), Chris Conrad (180,000), Rick Syverud (140,000), Keith Heine (126,000), Dylan Wilkerson (112,000), Jared Hamby (102,000), Rich Alsup (96,500), Jeremy Dresch (95,500), Andy Spears (70,000), Mark Hodge (67,500), Justin Zaki (56,500), and Lily Kiletto (48,500).

Of course not everyone was so lucky. Among those to fall on Day 1b were MSPT Pros Matt Alexander, Matt Kirby, and Blake Bohn; Venetian Ambassador Annette Obrestad; 2007 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Jerry Yang; World Poker Tour champ Matt Salsberg; Wisconsin's Joe Kuether, Josh Reichard, and Dan Almerli; and former MSPT champs Rodger Johnson, Greg Himmelbrand, Dan Goepel, and Aaron Massey, just to name a few.

Along with Day 1a's 61 survivors, a total of 177 players have punched their ticket to Day 2. Those who haven't will have a final opportunity tomorrow as Day 1c is set to kickoff at Noon local time.

Once again the plan is to play 15 levels, and late registration will be open until roughly 6:30 p.m. Players have the opportunity to reenter once during each flight. We'll see you then.

  • Level: 15
  • Blinds: 1500 / 3000
  • Ante: 500
End-of-Day 1b Chip Counts
Created (6/8/2016 2:25:56 AM by Chad Holloway)

116 players survived the Day 1b flight…

Alex Noble 382,000
Chris Comell 306,000
Travass Remmert 296,500
Nick Stowell 291,500
James Casement 283,000
Delmiro Toledo 279,500
Hussain Sajwani 275,000
Darren Rabinowitz 255,500
Diaz Guillume 255,000
Harry Lodge 252,000
Sol Carmone 237,500
Ryan (Minh) Phan 234,500
Edward Hislop 221,000
Michael Younan 220,500
Almedin Imsirovic 218,500
Nate Bandy 218,000
Chris Roth 217,000
Jonathan Fhima 216,500
Kerignard Yorane 212,500
Darius Narmontas 210,500
Rory Lucero 210,000
Bobby Poe 208,500
Erwan Pecheux 205,500
Nipun Java 194,000
Edward Lewis 191,500
Shivan Abdine 189,500
Rachel Kranz 181,500
Chris Conrad 180,000
Zachary Zaltos 175,000
Tim Ulmer 170,000
Yulius Sepman 168,000
Randy Pfeifer 166,000
Theo Lima 158,500
James Gilbert 157,000
Mausim Semisoshenko 157,000
Markus Prinz 152,500
Clay Henry 148,000
Thomas Bolvin 145,500
Joseph Alban 144,000
Richard Syverud 140,000
James Arenhead 139,500
Frank Lucarelli 139,000
John Gordon 135,500
Lance Garcia 134,000
Don Landon 131,000
Ryan Darby 129,500
Christopher Larrea 128,000
Keith Heine 126,000
Josh Mancuso 122,000
Nikolai Sears 120,500
Hannes Spaiser 118,000
Charles Welch 112,000
Henry Tran 112,000
Dylan Wilkerson 112,000
Paul Spitzberg 111,500
Gladys Landegger 109,500
Casey Bogus 107,000
Dean Baranowski 102,500
Brian LeBlanc 102,500
Jared Hamby 102,000
Hewitt Poland 101,000
Grayson Nichols 97,000
Rich Alsup 96,500
Kevin Boesel 96,500
Jeremy Dresch 95,500
Nicholas Christodoulides 94,000
Alex Greenblatt 94,000
David Tovak 92,000
Cliff Deardorff 90,500
Dan Hendrickson 88,500
Franciso Rafarl 88,000
Desmonde Thomas 87,000
Michael Katz 84,500
Larry Gurney 81,000
Jason Vanstrom 80,500
Michael Hilauaty 80,000
Mark Dube 79,000
Doanh Le 78,000
Thomas Lutz 73,000
Robert Neal Conner 71,500
Brian Delatte 70,500
Andrew Spears 70,000
Scott Cooper 70,000
Roman Valerstein 69,000
Zach Groneberg 68,500
Milan Oragic 68,000
Vyacheslar Staysnov 68,000
Mark Hodge 67,500
Christopher Usude 67,000
Christian Nofal 67,000
Tom Kearney 66,500
Damon Johnson 66,500
Conrad de Aramos 65,500
Earl Barron 65,000
Fergal Nealon 64,000
Krzysztof Stybaniewicz 63,500
Bryan Piccioli 62,500
Brian Ray 59,500
Jude Ainsworth 56,500
Justin Zaki 56,500
Cristobal Luna 55,000
Harold Evans 55,000
Dejuante Alexander 54,000
Vanja Ovuka 52,000
Walan Kite 49,500
Zach Ackley 49,000
Lily Kiletto 48,500
Oddie Dardon 48,000
Adam Bishop 47,000
Henri Ojaka 47,000
David Simon 45,000
Rohan Long 43,000
William Davis 40,000
Craig Gold 37,000
Ronald McGinnity 33,000
Ralph Wong 19,500

  • Level: 15
  • Blinds: 1500 / 3000
  • Ante: 500
8 More Hands
Created (6/8/2016 1:29:37 AM by Chad Holloway)

The tournament staff just announced that the remaining players will play eight more hands before bagging and tagging for the night. We’ll have a list of survivors with chips counts and a full recap of the Day 1b action in a bit.

Stay tuned!

  • Level: 14
  • Blinds: 1200 / 2400
  • Ante: 400
MSPT Maryland Live! Champ Hits the Rail
Created (6/8/2016 12:56:48 AM by Chad Holloway)

Greg Himmelbrand

MSPT Maryland Live! champ Greg Himmelbrand open-shoved for 39,200 from the hijack and the player on the button moved all in over the top for 45,800. Casey Bogus then called off for 39,100 from the small blind and all three hands were turned up.

Himmelbrand:  as 2d

Bogus:  ah da

Button:  10s 10d

Bogus woke up with the granddaddy of all hands, and it held after the board ran out  8c 6s 3c 7s 3d. Himmelbrand was eliminated on the hand while Bogus tripled up.

Meanwhile, Simon Deadman was also eliminated from the tournament in unknown action.

Casey Bogus - 120,000

Greg Himmelbrand - Busted

Simon Deadman - Busted

  • Level: 14
  • Blinds: 1200 / 2400
  • Ante: 400
Mark Your Calendars for MSPT Potawatomi Regional from July 9-17
Created (6/8/2016 12:50:29 AM by Chad Holloway)

From July 9-17, the Mid-States Poker Tour (MSPT) will return to Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for our second $350 buy-in, $100,000 guaranteed Regional Event of Season 7. The stop, which requires players be 21 years of age to play, will host more than a dozen $50 and $90 satellites for the Regional Event, which will feature three starting flights.

Day 1a will kick off at 5:00 p.m. local time on Thursday, July 14, while Day 1b will take place at the same time on Friday, July 15. Then, on Saturday, July 16, Day 1c will get underway at 2:00 p.m. The survivors from all three flights will then combine at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, July 17 to play down to a winner.

Players are allowed a max of one reentry per starting flight during the standard registration process. Each starting flight will play 16 levels that will last 30 minutes each.

"Few poker markets thrive as well as the one in and around Milwaukee," said MSPT owner and operator Bryan Mileski. "Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is a luxurious property with unlimited gaming options. As such, it's no surprise to see our events there attract players from throughout Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, and Minnesota."

Indeed, the last time the MSPT rolled into Milwaukee for a Regional Event was back in January when 904 entries – a record for the Regional Events – took to the felt to battle for a $58,964 top prize. Oscar Arndt walked away with the top prize, while the likes of David Gonia (3rd - $20,965), Jason Bender (7th - $9,303), and Travis Lauson (18th - $1,493) all walked away with some cash.

Speaking of Lauson, who is in action today, he returned to the property in April and won the MSPT Potawatomi Main Event for $129,077. What's even more amazing, he did it after finishing runner-up in the same event in the fall of 2015. You can read more about Lauson's incredible victory by clicking here.

Here's a look at the upcoming MSPT Regional schedule:

  • Level: 13
  • Blinds: 1000 / 2000
  • Ante: 300
Various Chip Counts from Around the Room
Created (6/8/2016 12:18:47 AM by Chad Holloway)

Jonathan Fhima - 270,000

Ryan Phan - 230,000

James Casement - 220,000

Rachel Kranz - 180,000

Kelly Minkin - 150,000

Rich Alsup (MSPT Meskwai champ) - 125,000

Mike Shaw - 125,000

Rick Syverud - 115,000

Rob Wazwaz - 89,000

Jason Vanstrom - 85,000

Ryan Darby - 80,000

Dan “DQ” Hendrickson (MSPT Canterbury Park champ) - 80,000

Mark Hodge (MSPT Season 6 POY) - 75,000

Dylan Wilkerson - 74,000

Simon Deadman - 70,000

John Morgan - 50,000

Jake Balsiger - 49,000

Will Failla - 48,000

Greg Himmelbrand - 45,000

Jason Pritchard - 40,000

Lily Kiletto - 30,000

Keith Heine (MSPT Meskwaki champ) - 18,000

Matt Alexander (MSPT Pro) - Busted

Blake Bohn (MSPT Pro) - Busted

Dan Almerli - Busted

  • Level: 13
  • Blinds: 1000 / 2000
  • Ante: 300
Some Late Night Glamour Shots
Created (6/7/2016 11:47:29 PM by Chad Holloway)

Lily Kiletto
Mike Shaw
MSPT Pro Matt Alexander
Ryan Phan
Rick Syverud

  • Level: 13
  • Blinds: 1000 / 2000
  • Ante: 300
Jesse Capps Hits the Rail
Created (6/7/2016 11:40:53 PM by Chad Holloway)

Jesse Capps

After a player opened with a raise, Jesse Capps three-bet all in from the big blind for his last 11 bigs. The original raiser called and Capps discovered the bad news.

Capps:  ac 9c

Opponent:  9d 9s

Capps was looking for either an ace or some clubs, but he came up empty as the board ran out dry.

Jesse Capps - Busted

  • Level: 12
  • Blinds: 800 / 1600
  • Ante: 200
Last Break of the Night
Created (6/7/2016 11:19:36 PM by Chad Holloway)

Players are now on their last 10-minute break of the day. When they return they’ll play three more levels before bagging and tagging for the night.

  • Level: 12
  • Blinds: 800 / 1600
  • Ante: 200
MSPT Returns to Grand Falls Casino in Sioux Falls, South Dakota August 20-28
Created (6/7/2016 11:18:09 PM by Chad Holloway)

For the first time in Season 7, the Mid-States Poker Tour will visit South Dakota! From August 20-28, Grand Falls Casino in Sioux Falls will play host to an $1,100 buy-in, $150,000 guaranteed Main Event.

The stop, which requires players be 21 or older to play, will feature numerous $65 Super Satellites and $220+$30+$10 Satellites, as well as two bonus events. The first is a $40 Omaha Hi/Lo Spread Limit tournament at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, August 22, and the other is a $40 no-limit hold'em Grand Falls weekly at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 23.

Then, on Friday, August 26 at 4:00 p.m., Day 1a of the Main Event will get underway. Day 1b will take place at the same time on Saturday, August 27, and then the surviving players from both flights will return on Sunday, August 27 at 11:00 a.m. to battle down to a winner. For those who fail to make it through or fall early, Grand Falls Casino will host a $100 no-limit hold'em tournament at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday.

The Main Event final table will be broadcast LIVE (15-minute delay) worldwide on msptpoker.com using RFID technology allowing all viewers to see the hole cards. In addition, the entirety of the Main Event will be live reported in the MSPT's brand new live blog, which can be found on msptpoker.com once the tournament begins. Simply look for the neon green button that reads "Live Updates."

The stop marks the fifth time the MSPT has visited the property. The first took place back in 2012 when Dan Sun topped a field of 215 entrants to win $60,486 and become the MSPT's first back-to-back champion. Other winners of the MSPT Grand Falls Casino include Josh Smith, who topped a field of 218 to win $59,221 in August 2013; MSPT Pro Blake Bohn, who outlasted 200 other entrants to win in August 2014 for $54,607; and defending champ Alan Curl, who topped a field of 238 entrants to win it last year for $64,655.

"The annual stop at Grand Falls Casino is one that we always look forward to," said MSPT owner and operator Bryan Mileski. "Not only does it take place in a scenic area, the gaming action is top notch. Of course there is the poker, but in addition to that there are more than 900 slot machines, 16 blackjack tables, and plenty of entertainment to be had. There's really something for everyone."

Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort was granted an operator's license for a casino in Lyon County in May of 2010, which followed the passage of a referendum approving a gaming structure by the citizens of Lyon County, Iowa in September of 2008. For more information on the property, visit grandfallscasinoresort.com.

You can also see the full MSPT Grand Falls schedule by clicking here.

 
 
Player Name
City
State
Country
Chips
Progress
IL 
382,000  
382,000 
 
TN 
306,000  
306,000 
 
IA 
296,500  
296,500 
 
OR 
291,500  
291,500 
 
IL 
283,500  
63,500 
 
Fresno 
CA 
279,500  
279,500 
 
IL 
275,000  
275,000 
 
NV 
255,500  
255,500 
 
France 
 
 
255,000  
255,000 
 
 
 
252,000  
252,000 
 
WA 
237,500  
237,500 
 
Omaha 
NE 
234,500  
234,500 
 
 
 
221,000  
221,000 
 
IL 
220,500  
220,500 
 
OR 
218,500  
218,500 
 
TN 
218,000  
218,000 
 
WI 
217,000  
217,000 
 
 
 
216,500  
216,500 
 
France 
 
 
212,500  
212,500 
 
 
 
210,500  
210,500 
 
CO 
210,000  
210,000 
 
NV 
208,500  
208,500 
 
France 
 
 
205,500  
205,500 
 
CA 
194,000  
194,000 
 
CA 
191,500  
191,500 
 
 
 
189,500  
189,500 
 
NY 
181,500  
181,500 
 
GA 
180,000  
180,000 
 
Weston 
FL 
175,000  
175,000 
 
 
 
170,000  
170,000 
 
 
 
168,000  
168,000 
 
NY 
166,000  
166,000 
 
Brazil 
 
 
158,500  
158,500 
 
 
 
157,000  
157,000 
 
PA 
157,000  
157,000 
 
 
 
152,500  
152,500 
 
Many 
LA 
148,000  
148,000 
 
 
145,500  
145,500 
 
NV 
144,000  
144,000 
 
WI 
140,000  
25,000 
 
 
 
139,500  
139,500 
 
MI 
139,000  
139,000 
 
FL 
135,500  
135,500 
 
Katy 
TX 
134,000  
134,000 
 
NV 
131,000  
131,000 
 
NV 
129,500  
129,500 
 
PA 
128,000  
128,000 
 
MO 
126,000  
126,000 
 
LA 
122,000  
122,000 
 
VT 
120,500  
120,500 
 
 
 
118,000  
118,000 
 
Dallas 
GA 
112,000  
112,000 
 
MD 
112,000  
112,000 
 
CA 
112,000  
112,000 
 
NJ 
111,500  
111,500 
 
CA 
109,500  
109,500 
 
MI 
107,000  
107,000 
 
TX 
102,500  
102,500 
 
MA 
102,500  
102,500 
 
NV 
102,000  
102,000 
 
Wilson 
NC 
101,000  
101,000 
 
FL 
97,000  
97,000 
 
MN 
96,500  
96,500 
 
NY 
96,500  
96,500 
 
MN 
95,500  
95,500 
 
 
 
94,000  
94,000 
 
CA 
94,000  
94,000 
 
UK 
 
 
92,000  
92,000 
 
WA 
90,500  
90,500 
 
MN 
88,500  
8,500 
 
 
 
88,000  
88,000 
 
Austin 
TX 
87,000  
87,000 
 
CA 
84,500  
84,500 
 
TN 
81,000  
81,000 
 
CO 
80,500  
80,500 
 
NV 
80,000  
80,000 
 
FL 
79,000  
79,000 
 
CA 
78,000  
78,000 
 
NV 
73,000  
73,000 
 
Austin 
TX 
71,500  
71,500 
 
Gretna 
LA 
70,500  
70,500 
 
NY 
70,000  
70,000 
 
SC 
70,000  
70,000 
 
PA 
69,000  
69,000 
 
PA 
68,500  
68,500 
 
Cary 
NC 
68,000  
68,000 
 
 
 
68,000  
68,000 
 
FL 
67,500  
67,500 
 
 
 
67,000  
67,000 
 
CA 
67,000  
67,000 
 
NV 
66,500  
66,500 
 
OR 
66,500  
66,500 
 
Miami 
FL 
65,500  
65,500 
 
MS 
65,000  
65,000 
 
 
 
64,000  
64,000 
 
Denver 
CO 
63,500  
63,500 
 
NY 
62,500  
62,500 
 
Norman 
OK 
59,500  
59,500 
 
FL 
56,500  
56,500 
 
 
 
56,500  
56,500 
 
TX 
55,000  
55,000 
 
IN 
55,000  
55,000 
 
Serbia 
 
 
52,000  
52,000 
 
TX 
49,500  
49,500 
 
Denver 
CO 
49,000  
49,000 
 
FL 
48,500  
48,500 
 
CA 
48,000  
48,000 
 
Reno 
NV 
47,000  
47,000 
 
 
 
47,000  
47,000 
 
ID 
45,000  
45,000 
 
 
CT 
43,000  
43,000 
 
FL 
40,000  
40,000 
 
CA 
37,000  
37,000 
 
Quincy 
MA 
33,000  
33,000 
 
 
19,500  
19,500 
 
Tucson 
AZ 
0  
Busted 
  
MN 
0  
Busted 
 
Rank
Player Name
City
State
Country
Amount
Points
1
 
$352,153
2,000
2
NY 
$300,000
1,800
3
NM 
$186,731
1,700
4
Austin 
TX 
$147,122
1,600
5
WV 
$113,170
1,500
6
CO 
$90,536
1,400
7
CO 
$70,732
1,300
8
 
 
$53,473
1,200
9
NJ 
$42,439
1,100
10
CA 
$33,951
1,000
11
Nutley 
NJ 
$33,951
1,000
12
NC 
$33,951
1,000
13
MA 
$26,876
900
14
Fresno 
CA 
$26,876
900
15
Ozark 
MO 
$26,876
900
16
CA 
$24,615
900
17
WI 
$24,615
900
18
CO 
$24,615
900
19
NV 
$20,371
800
20
Denver 
CO 
$20,371
800
22
WA 
$16,976
800
23
NV 
$16,976
800
24
 
 
$16,976
800
25
 
 
$13,863
800
26
 
 
$13,863
800
27
WA 
$13,863
800
30
IL 
$9,902
700
32
NV 
$9,902
700
33
Many 
LA 
$9,902
700
34
 
AZ 
$9,902
700
35
NV 
$9,902
700
37
 
 
 
$7,639
600
38
MN 
$7,639
600
40
 
 
$7,639
600
41
 
 
$7,639
600
43
MN 
$7,639
600
44
GA 
$7,639
600
47
NV 
$6,507
500
49
NV 
$6,507
500
51
 
 
 
$6,507
500
52
NC 
$6,507
500
56
 
 
$5,941
400
58
Omaha 
NE 
$5,941
400
59
NJ 
$5,941
400
60
GA 
$5,941
400
61
 
 
$5,941
400
64
FL 
$5,517
300
65
NY 
$5,517
300
66
 
 
$5,517
300
67
VA 
$5,517
300
69
WA 
$5,517
300
70
NY 
$5,517
300
73
Dallas 
GA 
$5,093
200
75
Denver 
CO 
$5,093
200
76
Brazil 
NV 
$5,093
200
77
TN 
$5,093
200
78
NV 
$5,093
200
79
MD 
$5,093
200
82
France 
 
 
$4,385
100
84
NV 
$4,385
100
85
 
 
$4,385
100
86
 
 
 
$4,385
100
90
NY 
$4,385
100
92
NY 
$4,385
100
93
MD 
$4,385
100
94
LA 
$4,385
100
95
FL 
$4,385
100
96
Logan 
IA 
$4,385
100
97
MO 
$4,385
100
98
UK 
 
 
$4,385
100
100
OR 
$3,961
50
101
WI 
$3,961
50
102
NY 
$3,961
50
105
 
 
$3,961
50
106
Mesa 
AZ 
$3,961
50
107
WI 
$3,961
50
108
Orion 
IL 
$3,961
50
109
CA 
$3,961
50
110
NJ 
$3,961
50
112
FL 
$3,961
50
113
 
 
$3,961
50
114
CA 
$3,961
50
116
TX 
$3,961
50
117
Omaha 
NE 
$3,961
50
118
 
 
$3,961
50
120
Cary 
NC 
$3,961
50
121
FL 
$3,961
50
122
NV 
$3,961
50
123
Tulsa 
OK 
$3,961
50
124
NC 
$3,961
50
125
Mound 
MN 
$3,961
50
126
MA 
$3,961
50
128
CA 
$3,961
50
130
Brazil 
 
 
$3,961
50
132
NV 
$3,961
50
133
NY 
$3,961
50
135
ID 
$3,961
50
137
 
$3,537
50
139
 
 
 
$3,537
50
141
IL 
$3,537
50
142
 
 
 
$3,537
50
143
IN 
$3,537
50
145
 
 
$3,537
50
146
MN 
$3,537
50
147
NY 
$3,537
50
148
 
 
$3,537
50
149
PA 
$3,537
50
150
WI 
$3,537
50
152
CA 
$3,537
50
153
MI 
$3,537
50
154
FL 
$3,537
50
155
 
 
$3,537
50
156
 
Canada 
$3,537
50
157
NV 
$3,537
50
158
 
 
 
$3,537
50
159
KY 
$3,537
50
162
Latvia 
 
 
$3,537
50
167
 
 
$3,537
50
168
 
 
 
$3,537
50
169
NJ 
$3,537
50
170
UK 
 
 
$3,112
50
172
CO 
$3,112
50
174
Bend 
OR 
$3,112
50
175
 
 
 
$3,112
50
176
NV 
$3,112
50
177
Russia 
 
 
$3,112
50
178
 
 
$3,112
50
179
NV 
$3,112
50
183
Reno 
NV 
$3,112
50
184
WA 
$3,112
50
185
NV 
$3,112
50
186
MA 
$3,112
50
187
Spain 
 
 
$3,112
50
189
IL 
$3,112
50
190
Ripon 
CA 
$3,112
50
191
NV 
$3,112
50
193
WI 
$3,112
50
195
 
 
 
$3,112
50
196
 
 
$3,112
50
197
Sandes 
 
Norway 
$3,112
50
199
 
 
$3,112
50
200
NY 
$3,112
50
201
Austin 
TX 
$3,112
50
202
NV 
$3,112
50
203
WA 
$3,112
50
206
Wilson 
NC 
$3,112
50
207
 
 
$2,688
50
208
PA 
$2,688
50
210
Canada 
 
 
$2,688
50
211
MN 
$2,688
50
213
Tampa 
FL 
$2,688
50
214
WA 
$2,688
50
215
Canada 
 
 
$2,688
50
216
TN 
$2,688
50
217
 
 
$2,688
50
218
NY 
$2,688
50
219
Tustin 
CA 
$2,688
50
221
 
 
$2,688
50
222
 
 
 
$2,688
50
223
France 
 
 
$2,688
50
224
NV 
$2,688
50
226
NJ 
$2,688
50
227
NV 
$2,688
50
228
Tampa 
FL 
$2,688
50
229
 
Canada 
$2,688
50
230
CT 
$2,688
50
231
Boone 
NC 
$2,688
50
232
 
 
$2,688
50
234
Canada 
 
 
$2,688
50
235
NV 
$2,688
50
236
Italy 
 
 
$2,688
50
237
 
Canada 
$2,688
50
238
Waseca 
MN 
$2,688
50
239
CA 
$2,688
50
240
 
 
 
$2,688
50
250
CT 
$2,688
50
251
TX 
$2,688
50
252
Korea 
 
 
$2,546
50
253
NV 
$2,546
50
254
FL 
$2,546
50
256
France 
 
 
$2,546
50
257
Estero 
FL 
$2,546
50
258
 
 
$2,546
50
259
 
CT 
$2,546
50
260
MN 
$2,546
50
262
CA 
$2,546
50
263
MN 
$2,546
50
264
NV 
$2,546
50
265
Conway 
SC 
$2,546
50
266
IL 
$2,546
50
267
 
OR 
$2,546
50
268
NY 
$2,546
50
269
Weston 
FL 
$2,546
50
270
IL 
$2,546
50
271
Warren 
MI 
$2,546
50
272
 
 
$2,546
50
273
NV 
$2,546
50
275
 
 
$2,546
50
276
CA 
$2,546
50
277
MS 
$2,546
50
278
 
 
 
$2,546
50
279
NV 
$2,546
50
280
TN 
$2,546
50
281
NV 
$2,546
50
282
FL 
$2,546
50
283
NY 
$2,546
50
284
NV 
$2,546
50
285
 
 
$2,546
50
287
IL 
$2,546
50
288
 
 
$2,546
50
290
 
 
$2,546
50
292
MN 
$2,546
50
294
SC 
$2,546
50
295
 
 
$2,546
50
296
Mobile 
AL 
$2,546
50
LEVEL INFO
Level
15
Blinds
1500 / 3000
Ante
500
TOURNAMENT INFO
Entries
968
Players Remaining
116
Average Chip Stack
117,096
Total Chips
14,520,000
TOP 10 CHIP COUNT
RANK
PLAYER
CHIPS
382,000
306,000
296,500
291,500
283,500
279,500
275,000
255,500
255,000
10 
252,000
SEASON TOP 10 POY POINTS
RANK
PLAYER
CHIPS
4,475
3,250
3,200
2,600
2,417
2,300
2,200
2,100
2,050
10 
2,050