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Saturday, December 6, 2014

Notable players chip counts

Only 58 players remain, and we found a few familiar faces still in the field:

Raj Patel - 260,000
Tarun - 210,000
Mike Nye - 85,000

New chip leader: 400,000

As we enter level 16, we have discovered a player that has a chip count topping 400,000.  Blinds are currently 1,500/3,000 with a 500 ante.

Big stacks emerge

A couple players are over 200,000 chips as we begin level 14: 1,000/2,000 blinds with a 300 ante.

David Grandieri

Cards are back in the air

The dinner break is now over and cards are back in the air.  Blinds are now 500/1,000 with a 100 ante.  The field will play 7 more levels before bagging up their chips for the night, which will be around midnight.

Players are now on dinner break

The 164 remaining players are now on their one hour dinner break.  When they resume, the blinds will be 500/1,000 with a 100 ante.

James Woods has been eliminated

We didn't catch the details, but it looks James Woods has been eliminated during Level 10, just a few minutes shy of the dinner break.

Event #1 Prize Pool & Payouts

Event #1 $600 NLH received 405 entries, creating a $214,650 prize pool.  The top 45 players will be in the money, with a mincash worth $1,249.  Here are the full payouts:

1st Place: $45,119
2nd Place: $28,005
3rd Place: $18,739
4th Place: $14,678
5th Place: $10,931
6th Place: $8,849
7th Place: $7,080
8th Place: $5,517
9th Place: $4,279
10th-12th Place: $3,227
13th-15th Place: $2,706
16th-18th Place: $2,394
19th-21st Place: $2,082
22nd-24th Place: $1,769
25th-27th Place: $1,561
28th-36th Place: $1,395
37th-45th Place: $1,249

Photos from around the room

James Woods
Mike Nye
Sherwin Agard

Players are on their first break

Level 3 is complete, and that means the players in Event #1 are now on their first break of the day.  The total number of entrants has climbed to 286 players, and re-entry is still open.  When the players return, binds will be 100/200.

Ryan Eriquezzo wins one early

Walking around the room, we spotted Ryan Eriquezzo raise after a limp.  All folded, and Ryan's opponent called to see a [9c][6s][Kc] flop.  Ryan bet after being checked to, and his opponent folded.  Ryan will collect this small pot.

Cards are in the air for Event #1

Event #1 $600 NLH $125,000 Guaranteed is under way, and cards are in the air at 25/50 blinds.  Players will begin with 20,000 chips and will be playing 40 minute levels for the first 23 levels, and then 50 minute levels.  Late registration is open until the end of level 8.