Friday, March 30, 2012
Paul Snead - 225,000
Mike Leah - 155,000
Dwyte Pilgrim - 119,000
Soheb Porbandarwala - 105,000
Chris Tryba - 103,000
Rob Brown - 90,000
Don Fisher - 75,000
Kevin Calenzo - 70,000
David Inselberg - 46,000
Ralph Macri - 38,000
Vinny Pahuja - 36,000
Ronnie Pease - 24,000
Mike Sica - 18,000
James Campbell - 15,000
At the live stream feature table, Paul Snead moves all-in on a board reading [Jd][6h][2d][8s] for just over 89,000. His opponent thinks for just a moment before making the call. They turn over:
Snead - [Ad][Kd]
Opponent - [Ah][Js]
Snead's opponent is ahead with the pair of jacks but the [5d] on the river gives Snead his flush and the biggest pot of Day 1.
Paul Snead now sits on over 200,000 chips with the average at just over 50,000.
51K on break going to 200/400/50. Table is still amazing.— Kyle Loman (@Kloman22) March 30, 2012
13.3k on break going to 200/400/50. Flatted Bryan's open w QQ last hand and jammed over his c bet on 764dd and got a fold.— justin pechie (@looshle) March 30, 2012
65k at 3rd brk....— christopher tryba (@christryba) March 30, 2012
50,000 going to 50/200/400— Ron Pease (@wivawat04) March 30, 2012
The final 36 players will finish in the money.
Final payouts are as follows:
1st - $157,473
2nd - $90,837
3rd - $58,347
4th - $46,745
5th - $36,136
6th - $29,505
7th - $24,533
8th - $19,891
9th - $15,591
10th-12th - $11,603
13th-15th - $8,951
16th-18th - $6,961
19th-27th - $5,967
28th-36th - $5,304
Huge fish at my table owning me in every pot now, would like a pair or two. Back below starting stack but it's a #Marathon— Ron Pease (@wivawat04) March 30, 2012
35k going to 100/200/25.— justin pechie (@looshle) March 30, 2012
67k from 40k start at 2nd break...Foxwoods main event#favtomake3rdbreak— Mike Leah (@GoLeafsGoEh) March 30, 2012
Ouch down to 23,500. Not playing my best and not running great= a tough combo. Ill make the comeback tho #cantholdmedownFoxwoods— Bryan Leskowitz (@BryanLeskowitz) March 30, 2012
The turn is the [Ac] and the original raiser bets 800. Campbell raises to 2,200 and is only called by the player on the button.
The river is another queen and Campbell fires 5,000. The button quickly min-raises to 10,000 and Campbell moves all-in. The button calls immediately, turning over K-Q for a flopped full house.
However, Campbell shows the [Jc][Tc] for a turned Royal Flush to take the huge pot.
Campbell is now sitting on around 75,000 in chips.
There are currently 277 players in the field with registration open for another two levels.
The blinds are now 75-150.
Players start with 40,000 in chips and the levels are 60 minutes in length.
Rippin day 15 of juice fast, dwn 20 pounds or so, feelin groovy.Time to rip @foxwoodspoker Main Event!!— christopher tryba (@christryba) March 30, 2012
Foxwoods $2500 main event. It's time for me to check in. Terrible series so far time to change it around. All it takes is one! #tootough2die— James Campbell (@JCamby33) March 30, 2012
I'm at the tv cam table of the Foxwoods main event.Foxwoodslive.com seat 5— Paul Snead (@Paul_Snead) March 30, 2012
Foxwoods $2500 Main Event today; I feel like making a run...#finaltablesarefun— Mike Leah (@GoLeafsGoEh) March 30, 2012
Hopefully I can change the script and actually win this one in beautiful SE Connecticut. You guessed it, Foxwoods!! #wonderofitall— Bryan Leskowitz (@BryanLeskowitz) March 30, 2012
Players start with 40,000 in tournament chips.
The blinds are starting at 25-50 and levels are 60 minutes in length.
You can watch the feature table live by clicking on FoxwoodsLive.com.