Most of the players in the Main Event have named at least one player they're looking forward to possibly playing with if they win a spot on Poker After Dark.
"I'm not thinking that far ahead," says Daryl Oppelt.
Oppelt works in mechanical design and drove here from Brookings, SD. He's played poker for about ten years and has $48,018 in career winnings. His largest cash to date is $12,053 from a third-place finish in 2003
He's sitting just under starting stack.
The third and final starting flight for Run Good Poker Series Council Bluffs is underway.
Two of the three starting flights for Run Good Poker Series Council Bluffs Main Event are in the bag and players have one last chance to qualify for Day 2 on Sunday.
The first two flights 264 total entries and so far 66 players remain. Jovan Sudar leads the way with 348,500, a stack he bagged on Friday during Day 1a.
The players will start with 20,000 chips and have 12 30-minute levels to try and catch Sudar, or at least join the other players for the Day 2 restart.
Registration is open for the first eight levels, and will close as soon as level nine starts.