Día 2 completado
Día 2 completado
Day 2 of Event #8: $1,500 Pot-Limit Hold'em saw 108 players return to action, but just 72 were slated to get paid. Among those to leave empty handed were Felix Stephensen, Amit Makhija, Kathy Liebert, Humberto Brenes, and Michael Rocco, who had actually begun the day as chip leader.
Once the money bubble burst, dozens of players made their way to the payout desk including Chris Moorman (69th - $2,432), Antonio Esfandiari (45th - $4,011), Joe Cada (32nd - $4,830), Jesse Sylvia (31st - $4,830), and Jonathan Duhamel (24th - $5,883).
Among those who'll return for Day 3 are chip leader David Eldridge (677,000), Michel Leibgorin (667,000), Paul Michaelis (562,000), Tom Marchese (258,000), Tristan Wade (249,000), and Kyle Bowker (235,000).
The third and final day will get underway at 1 p.m. local time on Wednesday as one lucky player will win a gold bracelet and the accompanying $189,818 first-place prize.
Remko, Jason, and Donnie award a swag bag to a fan, discuss the Colossus payout debacle, and brainstorm new tournament ideas to replace pot-limit hold'em. Donnie also has a special gift for Jason, which spawns an idea for a new sponsor.
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Día 2 empezado