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Barry Hutter Shines On Day 1c To Lead All

Day 1c of the 2015 River Poker Series $2,500 Main Event attracted 484 entries and brought the total field size up to 1,164. This was the third and final starting flight of the tournament, and at the end there were 49 players remaining.

Three-Way Clash Sends Pilgrim Home

Dwyte Pilgrim, James Mordue, and Cory Glass were all in on the flop. Pilgrim had the for an overpaid of aces and he had the second biggest stack of the trio. Mordue had the most chips and held the for trip nines.

Pilgrim Raises Sanders

With the final board reading , Michael Sanders had a pot-sized bet of 4,000 out in front of him. Dwight Pilgrim put in a raise to 11,000, and that sent Sanders into the tank for a little bit.

The Third and Final Starting Flight Is Here

There's only one more starting day left in the 2015 River Poker Series $2,500 Main Event, meaning this is the last chance for players to qualify for Day 2 and reach the money.

Eddleman Gets Some Back By Sending Pilgrim to the Rail

Ben Lehman raised to 12,000 from the hijack seat. Mark Eddleman called from the cutoff seat, and then Dwyte Pilgrim shoved all in for his last 100,000 from the big blind. Lehman folded, but Eddleman called with pocket eights — .

More for Eddleman

On this hand, Mark Eddleman limped in from middle position, Sam Legocki called from the hijack seat, Dwyte Pilgrim called from the cutoff seat, the player in the small blind completed the bet before Ari Engel checked his option in the big b

Busquet is Back

Shortly after busting, Olivier Busquet reentered and is now sitting with another former WPT Borgata winner, Dwyte Pilgrim.

Pilgrim's Plunder

WSOP Circuit Killer and WPT title holder Dwyte Pilgrim loves a big field and a big stack. He moved over the 100,000-chip mark just a few moments ago by making it 2,000 from the small blind after it folded to him.

Pilgrim Is Out

We caught the action after a flop of . Dwyte Pilgrim checked from the small blind and another player bet 2,200. Terik Brown called, as did Pilgrim. The turn was the and Pilgrim moved all in.

Mountainous Mattern

Popular French pro and all-round nice guy Arnaud Mattern is motoring up the chip counts right now, having added 10,000 chips to his stack since we last caught up with him.

Pilgrim Halved Early

A player from early position raised to 50 and Dwyte Pilgrim called. The player on the button three-bet to 225, the original raiser folded and Pilgrim made the call. The flop was and both players checked.

Petersen Busts Pilgrim

Dwyte Pilgrim was just all in for his final 10,000 chips and he was up against former EPT Copenhagen winner Mickey Petersen. Petersen: Pilgrim: The board ran out and Petersen raked in this pot.

Mercier Gets Lucky Versus Pilgrim

Jason Mercier put his last 10,000 or so in on a board of , and Dwyte Pilgrim swore before making the call. Pilgrim: Mercier: Mercier had binked the turn and got in with great equity, and Pilgrim didn't find any help on the river.

Pilgrim Lays Down Big Slick in Strange Pot

Matt Marafioti opened for 2,000 under the gun, and Dwyte Pilgrim reraised to 5,100 in the small blind. Apparently, as Isaac Baron was tanking in the big blind, Matt Marafioti shoved all in.

A Tale of Three Players

With over $2.2 million in live tournament winnings, including a win this April in a WSOP Circuit event in Chester, Pa., Kyle Bowker has long been one of the most successful poker players on the circuit.

Racener Busts Pilgrim

Dwyte Pilgrim moved all in for 100,000 from under the gun with and John Racener looked him up two seats over with the . The flop came king-high with two clubs, pairing Racener but giving Pilgrim a flush draw.

Maurice Hawkins and Dwyte Pilgrim Taking Control of Table 440

Two of the more talkative players in the game find themselves seated next to one another at Table 440. Maurice Hawkins is sitting in Seat 1 and Dwyte Pilgrim is to his left in Seat 2.

Dwyte Pilgrim Straightens Out to Stay Afloat

After his starting stack of 30,000 had dwindled to the danger zone, circuit grinder and accomplished pro Dwyte Pilgrim moved all in over the top of a 700 bet, risking for his last 2,925 on the flop.

Pilgrim Forces Fold

An early position player raised to 500 preflop, and Dwyte Pilgrim called from middle position, as did Brian Rast. The button and big blind also called. The flop fell , and the big blind checked.

King of the Hill

We noticed Dwyte Pilgrim's seat was empty, and his former neighbor George Hill trying to organize a truly enormous pile of chips. After a bit of investigation, we discovered that Hill ended Pilgrim's tournament by making a full house.