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2010 NAPT Mohegan Sun High Roller Bounty Shootout
Days:
12

Event Info

Players 35

Level Info

Level 8
Blinds 3,000 / 6,000
Ante 1,000

Starting with Less

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Due to the fact that Luis "Bachy" Vazquez won the only table that was five handed yesterday, it has been ruled that he'll been starting the day with 125,000 chips instead of the 150,000 that everyone else is starting with. We asked Bachy what he thought about the decision and he didn't seem to mind.

"It's no big deal, I'm used to starting with less chips," he said. "I'm used to coming from the bottom, this is my time to make it happen."

We'll see if the 25,000-chip disadvantage affects Vazquez's play or hinders him at all as the final table plays out.

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High Roller Final Table

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It's almost time for the start of the $25,000 High Roller Bounty Shootout Final Table here at the 2010 PokerStars.net NAPT Mohegan Sun. Yesterday, 35 players took to the felt in a uniquely formatted event. Five tables of six players and one table of five played down to one winner each in to fill up the final table. Here's the six that made it.

Seat 1: Sam Stein (3)
Seat 2: Jason Mercier (3)
Seat 3: Matt Glantz (2)
Seat 4: Shawn Buchanan (4)
Seat 5: Faraz Jaka (3)
Seat 6: Luis "Bachy" Vazquez (4)

The numbers in parenthesis represent the total bounties each player has earned up until this point. Don't forget that the person with the most bounties when this is all said and done will get an automatic entry into the next NAPT High Roller event.

Everyone left still has a $5,000 bounty on their head and the winner will be getting the grand prize of $350,000! Each player will start with 150,000 chips and the blinds at 600-1,200 with a 100 ante.

Things will be getting underway shortly, so stay tuned!