WSOP Super Circuit Online Series MSPT Showdown Series
$1,300 Texas State $1M GTD Main Event
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$1,300 Texas State $1M GTD Main Event
Day 1c Completed

Admon Tops Huge Day 1c as $1 Million Guarantee Met

jeffmcmillan • Level 18: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante
Salim Admon
Salim Admon

The Inaugural Texas State $1 Million GTD Main Event continued its rip-roaring ride on Day 1c as 371 entries reached the $1 Million guarantee on only the third starting day of five. Those 371 competed for 14 hours to make the final 45 players to advance to Day 2.

At the end of the day it was Salim Admon who topped all runners with an astounding chip stack of 1,416,000, which is more than 3,000 clear of the next closest player. Admon gathered a large amount of his chips late in the day when he hit a queen on a four-bet pot to overcome kings and shoot him up. He would continue to amass chips as the night came to an end and finished in commanding position.

Drake Roetker finished the day in second place with 1,136,000 in chips as used pocket aces to carve a lot away from Chan Pelton late in the day, who also finished fifth in chips himself, which beats his bag from Day 1b. Logan Hewett finished the day in third place with 981,000.

Big name players Darren Elias and Greg Raymer both scored bags to advance to Day 2. Elias spent much of the evening on the feature table where he would gain chips after winning several pots from a variety of players at his table to finish with a nice stack of 916,000. Raymer finished the day with 437,000.

A few other well known players to end the day with chips included; Daniel Lowery (653,000), David Jackson (394,000), Adam Hendrix (181,000) and Viet Vo (158,000).

The 45 who survived will join the 16 from Day 1a and the 25 from Day 1b for a total of 86 advancing to Day 2 so far,

PokerNews will pick up coverage for Day 1d tomorrow at 11 a.m. local time.

Tags: Adam HendrixChan PeltonDaniel LoweryDarren EliasDavid JacksonDrake RoetkerGreg RaymerLogan HewettSalim AdmonViet Vo

Day 1c Final Chip Counts (full)

jeffmcmillan • Level 18: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante
Salim Admon us 1,416,000 421,000
Drake Roetker us 1,136,000 1,136,000
Logan Hewett us 981,000 161,000
Darren Elias us 916,000 84,000
Chan Pelton us 860,000 715,000
Scott Hall us 718,000 98,000
Au Ngo us 711,000 81,000
Frankie Summerlin US 700,000 170,000
Walker Miskelly us 661,000 661,000
Daniel Lowery us 653,000 313,000
Denian Costa US 559,000 -281,000
Scott Dionne US 551,000 -189,000
Gabriel Andrade us 523,000 99,000
Nada Siddik us 514,000 29,000
Ryan Vanderpoorten us 513,000 513,000
Joshua Clanton us 477,000 12,000
Maury Solano us 476,000 296,000
Greg Raymer us 437,000 -28,000
Mark Jefferson US 421,000 -104,000
David Jackson us 394,000 -21,000
Hector Salgado US 331,000 331,000
Thomas Gabriel us 329,000 329,000
Josh Thibodaux US 325,000 325,000
Phuong Vu US 321,000 321,000
James Sunwoo us 319,000 -81,000

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Level:
18
Blinds:
6,000/12,000
Ante:
12,000

Hall Spikes Jack to Stave Off Bubbling

jeffmcmillan • Level 17: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Scott Hall looked to be the next candidate for the bubble boy as he was all in with the {j-Diamonds}{j-Hearts} against the {k-Hearts}{k-Diamonds} of Nada Siddik.

The flop came {2-Diamonds}{4-Spades}{2-Spades}. The turn was the {j-Spades} much to the dismay of a few table males who wanted the bubble to be burst.

The river was the {8-Diamonds} and Hall survived with a massive double.

Scott Hall us 620,000 430,000
Nada Siddik us 485,000 -175,000

Tags: Nada SiddikScott Hall

Jackson Hits Quads on the Bubble

jeffmcmillan • Level 17: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

David Jackson was in bad shape and on the verge of being the bubble boy as he was all in preflop holding the {7-Spades}{7-Diamonds} against the {10-Hearts}{10-Diamonds} of Brandon Packard.

But the flop came {7-Hearts}{a-Clubs}{5-Hearts} and the turn the {7-Clubs} to give Jackson quads, the river was the {2-Clubs} and Jackson survived as hand for hand play continued.

David Jackson us 415,000 53,000
Brandon Packard US 190,000 190,000

Tags: David Jackson

Hand for Hand Play Begins

jeffmcmillan • Level 17: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

The field is down to 46 and each table will engage in hand for hand play as one elimination is needed to bring the field down to the needed threshold of 45.

Andrade Doubles

jeffmcmillan • Level 17: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

In a preflop all in two players were very close in chips but Gabriel Andrade was in far better shape holding {q-}{q-} against [q0x10x] of Christopher Logue.

The board ran out {4-}{9-}{8-}{8-}{7-} and Andrade grabbed a double up as the bubble nears while Logue was depleted to a very short stack.

Gabriel Andrade us 424,000 424,000
Christopher Logue us 15,000 15,000
Level:
17
Blinds:
5,000/10,000
Ante:
10,000

Jackson Gets Big Double

jeffmcmillan • Level 16: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante
David Jackson
David Jackson

David Jackson was collecting an all in that he won with the {k-Diamonds}{j-Spades} vs the {a-Hearts}{j-Hearts} oh his opponent on a board that read {8-}{k-}{j-}{q-}{9-}.

His chip count total was counted out to be 181,000 as he doubled that to survive late in the night.

David Jackson us 362,000 242,000