Day 1 Completed
|Average Chip Stack||1,557,500|
|Blinds||25,000 / 50,000|
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
With the elimination of Robert Stapleton in seventh the final six players stopped the clock to discuss a deal.
The stacks were counted down and they quickly reached and ICM adjusted payout agreement. Predrag Zailac who was holding the chip lead at the time will take first for the lions share of the prize pool earning $8,666.
Below is a full look at the final Event #22 adjusted payout deal.
Robert Stapleton got his last 295,000 all in pre-flop holding but was dominated by the of his opponent.
The board ran out and Stapleton was outkicked by the ace of his opponent.
Stapleton is our 7th place Event #22 finisher and will take home $2,027 for his efforts.
Sam Blankenship and Joe Iannacone entered the final table with the two short stacks. They could not hold on any longer and were eliminated in rapid succession.
Blankenship will take home $1,036 for his 9th place finish and Iannacone is our 8th place finisher earning $1,554.
Ashraf Chehata raised to 110,000 and Corbin Avery called from the big blind.
They went heads up to the flop and both players checked. The turn was the and Avery led out with a bet of 150,000.
Chehata called and the completed the board. Avery fired out a bet of 200,000 and Chehata moved all in for just over 1,000,000.
Avery quickly called turning over for the second nut flush and Chehata showed for just ace high. Chehata was eliminated in 10th earning $673 and Avery takes the lead with just nine players remaining.
The Event #22 final table is now set and it's Lucas Levenson leading the way with 1,800,000.
The players will battle it out here in the Event Center into the late night hours.
We will be crowning our newest BPO Champion and the winner will be taking home $14,505 along with the BPO trophy.
The Event #22 players are now on a 15-minute color up break. We will pick back up on the action when play resumes.
Lucas Levenson took the chip lead early and he is holding strong at the top of the chip counts.
We are just four eliminations away from the final table and Levenson is extending his lead. He is now sitting behind a mountain of 2,000,000 and is closing in on his first BPO title.