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Monday, April 29, 2019

Event 1 $600 NLH: 9th Place- Scott Robbins ($7,635)

$600 NLH (Re-Entry)
$250,000 Guaranteed
Level 27: 30,000/60,000/30,000 Ante
Total Entries: 844
Players Remaining: 8
Livestream Feature Table:

Scott Robbins

Scott Robbins limped in from early position and Soheb Porbandarwala raised to 200,000. It folded back to Robbins who moved all in for just over 1,500,000 and Porbandarwala snap called for 1,360,000.

Robbins showed 8♣️8♠️ and he was dominated by the Q♥️Q♠️ of Porbandarwala. 

The board ran out clean for Porbandarwala and his queens held up to earn him the double up. 

Robbins was left with just 150,000 and eliminated just one hand later earning $7,635 for his 9th place finish. 

Soheb Porbandarwala- 2,840,000

Event 1 $600 NLH: 10th Place- Rocky Milien ($5,726)

$600 NLH (Re-Entry)
$250,000 Guaranteed
Level 26: 25,000/50,000/25,000 Ante
Total Entries: 844
Players Remaining: 9
Livestream Feature Table:

Rocky Milien

Rocky Milien got his stack of just over 500,000 all in pre-flop holding 9♥️9♠️ against the J♦️J♥️ of John Diolosa.

Milien failed to improve on the K♦️10♦️2♦️6♠️Q♦️ runout and he was eliminated in 10th place earning $5,726 for his efforts.

John Diolosa- 3,500,000

Event 1 $600 NLH: Urso Doubles Through Porbandarwala to Take the Lead

$600 NLH (Re-Entry)
$250,000 Guaranteed
Level 26: 25,000/50,000/25,000 Ante
Total Entries: 844
Players Remaining: 10
Livestream Feature Table:

Mike Urso

Soheb Porbandarwala raised to 110,000 from middle position and Mike Urso called from the button. Rocky Milien called from the big blind and they went three handed to the 9♦️6♦️6♣️ flop. 

Milien led out with a bet of 200,000 and Porbandarwala raised to 400,000. With the action on Urso he moved all in for 2,570,000 and Milien quickly folded. 

Porbandarwala called putting Urso at risk turning over J♥️J♦️ and Urso showed 7♥️6♥️ for trip sixes. 

The turn brought the K♠️ and the 6♠️ hit the river improving Urso to quad sixes. 

Urso dragged in the massive pot to move into the chip lead with 10 players remaining. 

Mike Urso- 5,720,000 
Soheb Porbandarwala- 705,000

Event 1 $600 NLH: Final Table Set, Soheb Porbandarwala Leads

$600 NLH (Re-Entry)
$250,000 Guaranteed
Level 25: 20,000/40,000/40,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 844
Players Remaining: 10
Livestream Feature Table:

Soheb Porbandarwala

Patrick Socorro

Jonathan Diolosa

The Event 1 final table is now set and it's Soheb Porbandarwala leading the way with a massive stack of 3,385,000.

Porbandarwala entered Day 2 with the overall chip lead and he has stayed near the top for much of the day.

Patrick Socorro is right on his heels with 3,110,000 and Jonathan Diolosa rounds out the top three with 2,870,000.

The players will battle into the late night hours and we will be crowing our Foxwoods Megastack Challenge Event 1 Champion.

One of these players will be taking home $73,148 along with the Foxwoods Megastack Challenge trophy.

Below is a look at the updated final table chip counts and seating assignments.

Seat 1. Jonathan Diolosa- 2,870,000
Seat 2. Patrick Socorro- 3,110,000
Seat 3. Ryan Gebow- 1,160,000
Seat 4. Mike Urso- 2,655,000
Seat 5. Sean Miller- 1,095,000
Seat 6 . Rocky Milien- 565,000
Seat 7. Ken Barkoff- 1,215,000
Seat 8. Todd Hibner- 2,350,000
Seat 9. Scott Robbins- 2,675,000
Seat 10. Soheb Porbandarwala- 3,385,000


1. $73,148
2. $47,120
3. $33,486
4. $25,767
5. $19,261
6. $15,487
7. $12,884
8. $10,195
9. $7,635
10. $5,726

Event 1 $600: Diolosa Scores a Triple Knockout

$600 NLH (Re-Entry)
$250,000 Guaranteed
Level 24: 15,000/30,000/30,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 844
Players Remaining: 14
Livestream Feature Table:

Jonathan Diolosa

Jonathan Diolosa raised to 75,000 from under the gun and Mike Petro moved all in for 295,000. Eric Vogel re-shoved all in for 300,000 and Chris Barnes called from the big blind.

Diolosa called and they saw a flop of Q♠️J♥️4♥️. Barnes led out with a bet of about 350,000 and Diolosa moved all in covering Barnes who had about 400,000 behind. 

Barnes quickly called and the hands were revealed in the biggest pot of the tournament. 

John Diolosa: 8♥️7♥️ 
Mike Petro: A♠️K♦️ 
Eric Vogel: 8♠️8♣️ 
Chris Barnes: Q♦️K♠️ 

The 2♣️ club turn card was help to Diolosa but the 3♥️ hit the river. 

Diolasa spiked his flush sending all three players to rail and he is now near the top of the chip counts with just 14 players remaining. 

Jonathan Diolosa- 2,600,000 

15th Place- Chris Barnes ($4,512) 
16th Place-Eric Vogel ($3,948) 
17th Place- Mike Petro ($3,948)

Chris Barnes