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 1d Completed

Crowshaw Cruises to Big Chip Lead on Day 1D of Main Event

jeffmcmillan • Level 18: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante
James Crowshaw
James Crowshaw

Day 1D of the Lone Star Texas State Main Event produced the biggest field yet, attracting a total of 472 entries and after 14 hours of play, including 45 minutes of bubble hand for hand play, 57 players were left standing with a bag and a guaranteed cash.

James Crowshaw was the player standing on top of the heap at the end of the day with a whopping 1,571,000 in chips, which was 400,000 clear of the next closest competitor and is the largest stack so far across all four starting flights. He gathered a ton of chips in the last few levels and started taking out other players with substantial stacks, absorbing them into his own.

The only other player to bag over the 1 million mark was Trace Henderson with 1,141,000.

William Deheart (794,000), Robert Wright (764,000) and Brett Murray (763,000) rounded out the top five chip counts.

Other notables to find a bag were; Michael Rossitto, who bagged a large stack with 727,000. Viet Vo with 651,000 and Ricardo Eyzaguirre with 511,000.

Matt Berkey was able to shake off a rough Day 1C and completed Day 1D with a healthy chip stack of 636,000 to take with him into Day 2.

The 57 survivors join the 86 from the previous flights to create 143 players into Day 2 so far (barring a couple of players who have bagged twice).

The final opening flight of the opening day will take place tomorrow at 11 a.m. for Day 1E, which is expected to be one of the largest days in Texas poker history as players from all over will descend on the Lone Star Poker Series felt where PokerNews will pick up the coverage.

Tags: Brett MurrayMatt BerkeyMichael RossittoRicardo EyzaguirreTrace HendersonViet Vo

Day 1D Full Chip Counts (full)

jeffmcmillan • Level 18: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante
James Crowshaw US 1,571,000 91,000
Trace Henderson us 1,141,000 511,000
William Deheart US 794,000 169,000
Robert Wright US 764,000 539,000
Brett Murray us 763,000 763,000
Michael Rossitto us 727,000 -97,000
Jesse McVicker us 719,000 719,000
Rob Valden us 692,000 521,000
Brad Freeman US 673,000 673,000
Jigesh Patel us 652,000 287,000
Viet Vo us 651,000 81,000
Matt Berkey us 636,000 446,000
Charles Craig us 594,000 594,000
Colt Sanders US 582,000 582,000
Justin Hall us 571,000 571,000
Joel Vazquez US 556,000 286,000
Jeff Fielder us 530,000 205,000
Ricardo Eyzaguirre us 511,000 -79,000
Thanh Bui us 495,000 115,000
Alejandro Villarroel us 492,000 492,000
Farah Farah US 481,000 481,000
Russell Boyker US 480,000 480,000
Derrick Cutler us 479,000 479,000
Daman Ahmadi US 463,000 463,000
Ricky Bronstein us 455,000 455,000

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

Crowshaw Crushing

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

James Crowshaw has been on a tear in the last hour as he has added an abundance of chips to his stack.

His most recent addition came from a preflop all in as Ayaz Mahmood held {a-}{q-} which Crowshaw had the {a-Diamonds}{a-Clubs}.

The board ran out {k-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}{3-Clubs}{3-Hearts} and Mahmood was eliminated as the bubble approached.

James Crowshaw US 1,480,000 990,000
Ayaz Mahmood us Busted

Henderson Collects Big With Flush

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

Trace Henderson was spotted collecting a large pot after a hand.

The board showed {a-Clubs}{j-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}{2-Hearts}{10-Clubs} and Henderson's winning hand the {9-Clubs}{8-Clubs} was showing as the dealer was counting out the chips after the all in that depleted Collin Wilson to a stub and gave Henderson some serious chips to work with.

Trace Henderson us 630,000 630,000
Collin Wilson US 20,000 -400,000

Tags: Collin WilsonTrace Henderson

Level:
17
Blinds:
5,000/10,000
Ante:
10,000

Patel Carves From Big Stack

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

Action was picked up on the river with the board reading {a-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}{a-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}. Big stack Ricardo Eyzaguirre bet 20,000 into a pot of around the same amount.

Jigesh Patel raised to 55,000 and Eyzaguirre called swiftly. Patel tabled the {9-Hearts}{7-Hearts} which was good as Eyzaguirre mucked his hand to send Patel some of his stack.

Ricardo Eyzaguirre us 590,000 -140,000
Jigesh Patel us 365,000 365,000

Tags: Jigesh PatelRicardo Eyzaguirre