Day 1 Completed
Day 1 Completed
Scott Herrick Wins $235 Second Chance No-Limit Hold'em ($3,700)
Scott Herrick reportedly came out on top after chopping with Cau Nguyen.
Scott Herrick is the chip leader with four players left.
Remaining Chip Counts and Draw (full)
Down to 10
Brent Harrington and Kevin Barrett just went bust in the same hand.
Updated Chip Counts
Andy Peplinski just got incredibly lucky in eliminating PokerStars Team Online Pro Kevin Martin. The latter shoved under the gun for about 11,000 and Peplinski attempted to isolate by jamming for 23,000. The next player went all in as well.
Peplinski needed sevens or clubs and he banged off a couple of the former on the flop. That was good for the knockout and a double through the player with ace-king.
The cards are in the air for the 8-Max Second Chance with blinds at 50/100!
Players will begin with 16,000 in tournament chips and endure 20-minute levels with the registration and re-entry period ending after level 8 (approximately 4:50 p.m. PDT).
With Day 2 of the Main Event approaching the money, the majority of our focus will be on that events, so feel free to take full advantage of the MyStack App.
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Everybody Deserves a Second Chance
Welcome back to the Peppermill Resort Hotel and the 2016 Run It Up Reno festival hosted by Jason Somerville for Event 12: $235 8-Max Second Chance No-Limit Hold'em!
Although the Main Event is currently taking center stage, the second chance tournament is providing players already eliminated a chance to grab a Run It Up Reno trophy and pad their bankroll.
The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be on the floor providing updates from 2:00 p.m. PDT of all the 8-Max Second Chance No-Limit Hold'em action here from Run It Up Reno.
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