Day 1c Completed
Day 1c Completed
|Table 6||Seat 1||Henry Gingerich||60,000|
|Table 6||Seat 2||Matt Streeter||26,500|
|Table 6||Seat 3||Thomas Houston||76,500|
|Table 6||Seat 4||Greg Bogart||29,500|
|Table 6||Seat 5||Scot Lodes||30,500|
|Table 6||Seat 6||Jerry Moore||90,000|
|Table 6||Seat 7||Andy VanBlair||266,000|
|Table 6||Seat 8||Robert Dean||44,500|
|Table 6||Seat 9||Nicholas Burris||166,000|
|Table 6||Seat 10|
|Table 7||Seat 1|
|Table 7||Seat 2|
|Table 7||Seat 3||Kevin Mclaughlin||25,000|
|Table 7||Seat 4||Duster Ellis||70,000|
|Table 7||Seat 5||Ron Ramacci||91,500|
|Table 7||Seat 6||Lee Langenberg||9,500|
|Table 7||Seat 7||Mat Roling||47,500|
|Table 7||Seat 8||Steven Belland||71,000|
|Table 7||Seat 9||Dustin Cunningham||77,000|
|Table 7||Seat 10|
|Table 8||Seat 1||Cody Collins||203,000|
|Table 8||Seat 2||Lorraine Bane||139,500|
|Table 8||Seat 3||Eric Kyle||214,000|
|Table 8||Seat 4||Joseph Walters||77,500|
|Table 8||Seat 5||Mason Hinkle||43,000|
|Table 8||Seat 6||Scott Buller||55,000|
|Table 8||Seat 7||Dave Queen||160,500|
|Table 8||Seat 8||Jeff Dye||52,500|
|Table 8||Seat 9|
|Table 8||Seat 10|
|Table 9||Seat 1||David Young||58,000|
|Table 9||Seat 2||Chase Kinchen||54,500|
|Table 9||Seat 3||Ian Nelson||143,500|
|Table 9||Seat 4||Jovan Sudar||348,500|
|Table 9||Seat 5||Kevin Berthelsen||90,500|
|Table 9||Seat 6||Rohman Viar||83,000|
|Table 9||Seat 7||Aaron Williams||11,000|
|Table 9||Seat 8||Dashiell Saenz||36,500|
|Table 9||Seat 9||Ray Rife||117,500|
|Table 9||Seat 10|
|Table 10||Seat 1||Mark Treinen||56,500|
|Table 10||Seat 2||Patrick Watkins||154,500|
|Table 10||Seat 3||Mike Vanier||179,000|
|Table 10||Seat 4||Daniel Thomas||108,500|
|Table 10||Seat 5||Michael Childers||200,100|
|Table 10||Seat 6||Scott Allacher||51,500|
|Table 10||Seat 7||David Hengen||100,500|
|Table 10||Seat 8||Harry Kennedy||57,000|
|Table 10||Seat 9||Grant Hinkle||55,000|
|Table 10||Seat 10|
|Table 11||Seat 1||Eric Habrich||34,500|
|Table 11||Seat 2||Kyle McKinney||195,500|
|Table 11||Seat 3||Kipp Smith||63,500|
|Table 11||Seat 4|
|Table 11||Seat 5||Alan Pospisil||32,500|
|Table 11||Seat 6|
|Table 11||Seat 7||Joe Sutliff||31,500|
|Table 11||Seat 8||Blair Hinkle||243,500|
|Table 11||Seat 9||Daniel Dykhouse||79,000|
|Table 11||Seat 10|
|Table 12||Seat 1||Shuangezaw Gebremskel||122,500|
|Table 12||Seat 2||Eric Clark||50,500|
|Table 12||Seat 3||Cameron Douglas||73,000|
|Table 12||Seat 4||Luke Blindert||54,500|
|Table 12||Seat 5||Thakorn Khammahavong||119,000|
|Table 12||Seat 6||Mark Fitzgibbons||48,500|
|Table 12||Seat 7|
|Table 12||Seat 8||Chad Kyle||53,500|
|Table 12||Seat 9||Paul Strohm||106,500|
|Table 12||Seat 10|
|Table 13||Seat 1||JR Reiss||37,500|
|Table 13||Seat 2||Jerry Heathershaw||58,500|
|Table 13||Seat 3||Eric Atchison||164,500|
|Table 13||Seat 4||Conrad Devries||78,500|
|Table 13||Seat 5||Kristopher Bardfield||62,000|
|Table 13||Seat 6||Mike Fouts||137,500|
|Table 13||Seat 7||Nicholas Stille||95,000|
|Table 13||Seat 8||Nick Barksdale||77,500|
|Table 13||Seat 9||Shane Fuller||236,500|
|Table 13||Seat 10|
|Table 14||Seat 1||Dan Grossman||116,500|
|Table 14||Seat 2||Nolan Garrett||47,000|
|Table 14||Seat 3||Julie Anna Cornelius||43,500|
|Table 14||Seat 4||Vinh Nguyen||56,500|
|Table 14||Seat 5||James Mullin||69,000|
|Table 14||Seat 6||Jim Indiver||44,500|
|Table 14||Seat 7||Cody Bartlett||212,000|
|Table 14||Seat 8||Ray Henson||69,500|
|Table 14||Seat 9||Tai Phan||114,500|
|Table 14||Seat 10|
|Table 15||Seat 1||Travis Gant||97,000|
|Table 15||Seat 2||Matthew Stein||186,500|
|Table 15||Seat 3||Steve Huegerich||33,500|
|Table 15||Seat 4||Eric Polson||58,000|
|Table 15||Seat 5||Robert Cote||45,000|
|Table 15||Seat 6||Joseph Velasquez||33,000|
|Table 15||Seat 7||Ken Webster||117,000|
|Table 15||Seat 8||Terry Gardner||61,500|
|Table 15||Seat 9||Thadd Wolf||312,500|
|Table 15||Seat 10|
Thadd Wolf leads the last 31 players to join the Day 2 RGPS Council Bluffs Main Event field that restarts Sunday at noon. The final flight drew 130 entries and brought the total prize pool to over $200,000.
Andy Van Blair (266,000), Kyle McKinney (195,500), and Nicholas Burris (166,000) make up the rest of the top four chip stacks from Day 1c.
Run Good Ambassador Julie Cornelius managed to bag 43,500 in the final flight and will also join Day 2 field.
Jovan Sudar is the overall chip leader. He bagged 348,500 thanks in part to a huge three-way all in where he eliminated Chris "Pug" Juul.
The remaining 89 players will return Sunday at noon to battle for the $44,767 first-place prize and the Showbound trophy. The top 45 players will make the money, so the Day 2 field will have some work to do before securing the $920 min-cash.
All players who make the final table will win a spot in the end of season Showbound satellite where they will play for a chance to win one of two spots on Poker After Dark. The winners of the satellite will receive an entry to a $5,000 sit and go along with travel and accommodation in Las Vegas.
PokerNews will be bringing you the action all day tomorrow and all season long from the RGPS.
Alan Pospisil doubled up late in the day when he got all in preflop with against the of his opponent.
The board ran out and Pospisil won the hand and scooped the pot, leaving his opponent with just about 3,000.
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Four players saw the flop for 3,600 and the first player to act bet 6,600.
Kevin McLaughlin was next to act and called for less. The remaining opponents folded and McLaughlin showed against the pocket kings of his opponent.
The turn was the and the river was the and McLaughlin held to more than triple up.
The RGPS Council Bluffs Main Event saw 399 entries for a total prize pool of $203,490.
The top 45 players will earn at least a min-cash of $920 with the first-place finisher taking home $44,767 and the RGPS Showbound Trophy.
Also don't forget the final table players will all earn a spot into the end of season Showbound Satellite for a chance to play on Poker After Dark.