2021 World Series of Poker
$1,100 Main Event

Event Info

Buy-in $1,100
Prize Pool $200,000
Players 189

Level Info

Level 25
Blinds 20,000 / 40,000
Ante 40,000

Day 2 of the Ante Up Poker Tour Atlantis $1,100 Main Event Begins at Noon

Loren Klein
Loren Klein

The final day of the Ante Up Poker Tour Atlantis $1,100 Main Event is here, as Day 2 begins today at the Atlantis Casino in Reno, Nevada.

The final 24 players come back today for a noon restart in this $200,000 guaranteed event. The championship and the first place prize of $47,902 will be on the line, and that prize package includes a $1,650 entry into the 2020 Ante Up World Championship Main Event.

Play will resume with 36 minutes left in Level 16, with the blinds at 2500/5000 and a 5,000 big blind ante. The field will play 40-minute levels until a champion is crowned, with 15-minute breaks after every two levels.

John Nethery goes into Day 2 as the overall chip leader with 637,500. Nethery is nearly 200,000 chips ahead of the next-closest player in the chip counts, which is the well-accomplished Loren Klein.

Klein, a two-time Run It Up Reno Main Event Champion, will be looking to add the Ante Up Atlantis Main Event Championship to his long list of tournament accomplishments. Nethery, Klein and Marshall Barnes (374,500) all came out of the Day 1b flight and are the top three overall chip leaders.

Shawn Daniels (360,500), Valerie Hanley (353,000) and Madison Austria (249,000) are playing with the next three highest chip stacks, all coming from the Day 1a flight. Valerie Hanley is joined in the final 24 by her husband Dick Hanley (47,000), the shortest stack in the room at the beginning of today’s play.

Ryan Awwad (177,500), who finished on the money bubble on Day 1a, came back for Day 1b and made it through to Day 2. Others in the field include accomplished tournament players like Scott Davies (107,500) and Joe Elpayaa (99,000).

All 24 remaining players are already in the money and will earn at least a min-cash of $1,904.

Follow along right here with the PokerNews live reporting team as the Ante Up Atlantis Main Event champion is crowned today.

Final Three Table Seat Draw

SeatTable 1Table 2Table 3
1David BadolatoCraig DisalvoRian Mullins
2Marshall BarnesJed HoffmanLoren Klein
3Joe ElpayaaValerie HaneyTom Cage
4Josh MorrowTed LawrenceMary Swafford
5Ryan AwwadRudy WusstigDaoud Majid
6Scott DaviesJarod MinghiniSean Barker
7Dick HanleyShawn DanielsMadison Austria
8John NetheryNathan TrembleScotty Yarnell

Tags: Ante Up Poker Tour AtlantisDick HanleyJoe ElpayaaJohn NetheryLoren KleinMadison AustriaMarshall BarnesRyan AwwadValerie Hanley

Beginning of Day 2 Chip Counts

John Nethery us
John Nethery
us 637,500
Loren Klein us
Loren Klein
us 459,500
Marshal Barnes US
Marshal Barnes
US 374,500
Shawn Daniels us
Shawn Daniels
us 360,500
Valerie Hanley us
Valerie Hanley
us 353,000
Madison Austria US
Madison Austria
US 249,000
Scotty Yarnell US
Scotty Yarnell
US 206,000
Daoud Majid us
Daoud Majid
us 200,500
Ryan Awwad us
Ryan Awwad
us 177,500
Rian Mullins us
Rian Mullins
us 177,500
Rudy Wusstig US
Rudy Wusstig
US 168,000
Jarod Minghini us
Jarod Minghini
us 158,000
Sean Barker us
Sean Barker
us 156,000
Jed Hoffman us
Jed Hoffman
us 146,500
Tom Cage us
Tom Cage
us 128,500
Nathan Trimble us
Nathan Trimble
us 120,000
David Badolato us
David Badolato
us 118,000
Scott Davies us
Scott Davies
us 107,500
Joe Elpayaa us
Joe Elpayaa
us 99,000
Craig Disalvo us
Craig Disalvo
us 88,500
Ted Lawrence US
Ted Lawrence
US 83,500
Mary Swafford us
Mary Swafford
us 61,000
Josh Morrow us
Josh Morrow
us 49,500
Dick Hanley us
Dick Hanley
us 47,000
$1,100 Main Event
Day 2 Started