Sunday, August 22, 2010
The average chip stack is now just over 533,000.
Play will continue tonight until midnight or the final table, whichever comes first.
Foxwoods Poker Room Spokesperson Bernard Lee talks to Jay "WhoJedi" Newnum about the Foxwoods Mega Stack Challenge and the upcoming World Poker Finals.
The blinds are now 5,000-10,000 with a 1,000 ante.
Top 35 finish in the money.
Top 35 players will finish in the money.
There are 36 players remaining with top 35 spots finishing in the money.
2009 WSOP Main Event Runner-Up Darvin Moon talks to Jay "WhoJedi" Newnum on Day Two of the Foxwoods Mega Stack Challenge Main Event.
Early on Day Two action at the Foxwoods Mega Stack Challenge Main Event, Dan "The Man" Suied was all in with pocket threes against his opponent's pocket aces. He was walking away from the table when he spiked a three to stay alive.
Since that point, Suied has been a one-man wrecking crew. He has eliminated a number of players and built his stack up to over 1,000,000 chips.
There are now 47 players remaining and the chip average is just above 272,000.
The top 35 spots will finish in the money.
There are now only 54 players remaining and the blinds have been increased to 2,500-5,000 with a 400 ante.
The average chip stack is now just over 237,000.
A short-stacked Jonathan Duhamel moved all in from early position and was called by David Felger on the button. They turned over:
The board bricked out for the 2010 WSOP Main Event Final Table chip leader and he was eliminated from the tournament.
Thanks again to Jonathan, Chris Moneymaker and Darvin Moon for co-hosting this great Mega Stack Challenge event.
Best of luck to Jonathan Duhamel in November as he looks to win the WSOP Main Event!
The blinds are starting at 1,500-3,000 with 300 ante.
All levels are one hour in length now.
Mega Stack Host and 2010 WSOP Main Event Final Table chip leader Jonathan Duhamel ended the day with 66,500.
Play will resume at noon tomorrow in the Foxwoods Poker Room.
Thanks for watching and have a great night!!!