The blinds have been increased to 8,000-16,000 with a 2,000 ante.
With 24 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 473,000.
This will be the final level of play on Day 2 action.
Saturday, April 2, 2011
The players are now on a 15-minute break.
When play resumes, the blinds will be increasd to 5,000-10,000 with a 1,500 ante.
With 33 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 344,000.
Top 30 players will finish in the money.
Posted by WhoJedi at 9:02 PM
Posted by WhoJedi at 8:31 PM
Players have returned from dinner break and cards are back in the air.
The blinds are now 3,000-6,000 with a 500 ante.
With 46 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 246,900.
Click "Watch LIVE Video" at the top of the page to view the live stream.
Posted by WhoJedi at 7:31 PM
Vinny Pahuja got all in before the flop for his last 147,000 with A-K against the pocket fives of Justin Schwartz. The board bricked out for Pahuja and he was sent to the rail in the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.
Posted by WhoJedi at 5:05 PM
The players are now on a 15-minute break.
Tournament officials are currently coloring up the yellow 100 chips.
When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 2,500-5,000 with a 500 ante.
With 60 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 189,000.
Posted by WhoJedi at 4:34 PM
After Kyle Loman raised to 8,500 before the flop, his opponent three-bet to 21,000. Loman made the call and the flop came down [Qc][6c][4c]. Loman checked and his opponent fired 31,000. Loman made the call.
The turn was the [Jd] and both players checked. The [Ah] fell on the river and Loman checked for a third street. His opponent bet 30,000 and Loman announced all in, having his opponent covered.
After a few minutes, his opponent made the call and turned up [Ac][Ad] for a rivered set of aces. However, Loman flipped over [Kc][Jc] for a flopped flush and took the pot, eliminating the other player.
After the hand, Kyle Loman now has over 770,000 chips with the average still under 200,000.
Posted by WhoJedi at 4:22 PM
There are currently 62 players remaining.
21st-30th - $6,084
Posted by WhoJedi at 4:07 PM
Kyle Loman just took down a few large pots and has boosted his stack from 187,600 at the start of Day 2 to 396,000.
* Just moments after posting this, Loman eliminated another player and is now over 500,000 and looks to be the chip leader with 72 players remaining.
Posted by WhoJedi at 2:54 PM
After making it to Day 2 of the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event with 93,500 in chips, Al Cammarota finished up his breakfast earlier than anticipated before play began today.
As a result of having some extra time on his hands, he stopped by a quarter slot machine and proceeded to hit a jackpot for $5,000, twice his Main Event buy-in.
Posted by WhoJedi at 11:40 AM
Cards are in the air on Day 2 of the $2,500 No-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.
The blinds are starting at 800-1,600 with a 200 ante.
With 121 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 93,800.
Just click "Watch LIVE Video" at the top of the page to view the live stream of our feature table.
The chip counts by seat assignments at the feature table are as follows:
1. Frank Ferrigno 64,700
2. Faustino Bautista 58,700
3. Howard Silver 88,600
4. Dan Chalifour 208,100
5. David Cook 121,600
7. David Paredes 298,000
8. Peter Campo 78,400
9. Frank Meaney 59,800
Posted by WhoJedi at 11:00 AM
|27||Lin, Ray Ho||132,500||5-5|
|64||Hoglund, Thomas Jr||74,300||2-6|
|98||Fisher, T. Don||47,100||5-6|
Posted by veeRob at 1:37 AM
Play has come to an end on Day 1 of the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.
With 122 players remaining, the average chip stack is just over 93,100.
Play will resume tomorrow at 11am.
Final chip counts and seat assignments will be posted on FoxwoodsPoker.com as soon as they are available.
Posted by WhoJedi at 12:34 AM
After an opponent opened for 5,500 and got two callers, Adam Hui moved all in for 42,300.
The original raiser said "I feel like gambling." and made the call. Everyone else folded and they turned up:
The board ran out [7d][7s][5s][2c][Jd] and his opponent caught a jack on the river to win the pot and eliminate Hui late on Day 1 action.
Posted by WhoJedi at 12:29 AM