Día 2 completado
Día 2 completado
Just 18 players remain from a starting field of 157 in Event #22: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship. They reached the money late in the night, locking up a cash for the final 18 players. Leading the way is WSOP Omaha Hi-Low regular Prince of Docness.
Here are the complete chip counts for the remaining 18 players.
|1||Prince of Docness||Santa Cruz, CA||583,000|
|2||Kyle Miaso||Scottsdale, AZ||568,000|
|3||Daniel Alaei||Los Angeles, CA||520,000|
|4||Scott Clements||Mount Vernon, WA||503,000|
|5||Anthony Zinno||Boston, MA||455,000|
|6||Joe Cassidy||Las Vegas, NV||425,000|
|7||Jeffrey Vaughn||Henderson, NV||281,000|
|8||Ken Aldridge||Pleasant Garden, NC||208,000|
|9||Tai Nguyen||Olympia, WA||186,000|
|10||Erik Seidel||Henderon, NV||158,000|
|11||Gary Benson||Sydney, Australia||138,000|
|12||Bart Hanson||W Hollywood, CA||138,000|
|13||Roy Thung||White Plains, NY||127,000|
|14||Tobias Hausen||Ockfen, Germany||111,000|
|15||Mike Wattel||Chandler, AZ||110,000|
|16||Stuart Rutter||Birmingham, England||91,000|
|17||Jeremy Ausmus||Las Vegas, NV||60,000|
|18||Eli Elezra||Henderson, NV||55,000|
Day 3 commences at 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon and is scheduled to play until a winner emerges.
Remko Rinkema, Donnie Peters, and Jason Somerville are sweating the members of Team Run It Up! on Monday, and they discuss the GPI WSOP Player of the Year formula, dealer wages, and more. They also see #PNPod super fan Allen Bari roaming around the hallways, and have a quick chat with the Danny "Miami Boss" Suied.
Welcome to the 2015 World Series of Poker!
Day 1 of Event #21: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship began on Monday afternoon and when registration closed, 157 players had signed up. Only 101 bagged and tagged by night's end and leading the way into Day 2 were Scott Tuttle (172,300) and Tom Schneider (162,800), well out in front of the rest of the field.
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Día 2 empezado