Day 1c Completed
Day 1c Completed
The centerpiece event of the MSPT United States Poker Championship hits the final round on Sunday. Saturday's Day 1c flight played out as the last of three starting phases in the MSPT Sycuan Casino $1,110 Main Event in San Diego, CA.
A total of 201 entries registered for Day 1c, and 29 players bagged at the end of the night. Joe Serock (385,000) ended Day 1c with the biggest chip stack from Sunday's flight.
Other big bags from Day 1c included Blaine Thomas (359,000), Allen Galutera (338,000), and Anthony Nguyen (290,000).
The 29 survivors from Day 1c will join the 12 players that made it through Day 1a, and the 19 combatants that emerged from Day 1b. The combined field of 60 players returns for Day 2 on Sunday, beginning at 11 a.m.
Some of the names not making through on Day 1c included Nick Pupillo, Andrew Moreno, Chris Carney, Nicholas Smith, and DJ Buckley.
The total prize pool is $440,820, with Sunday's winner set to take home $94,776. Sunday's action resumes on Level 14, with 17 minutes remaining. The tournament will continue through 40-minute levels, moving to 30-minute levels when heads-up play is reached.
Stay tuned right here at PokerNews as the $1,110 Main Event reaches its conclusion Sunday!
Day 1c will play through four more hands before wrapping for the night.
Kyna England opened to 8,000 from the hijack, David Leese three-bet to 21,000 from the small blind, and England called.
Leese continued for 22,000 on the flop, and Englamnd folded.
The tournament has reached Level 14; tonight flight will end when 17 minutes remain in this level.
The MSPT Sycian Casino $1,110 Main Event drew 456 entries, creating a $440,820 prize pool.
The final 54 players will make it into the money, clinching at least a min-cash of $1,984.
The eventual winner will take home $94,776.
Justin Muse, in the cutoff, called an open raise from the hijack for 18,000.
The hijack player continued for 18,000 on the flop, and Muse called.
The hijack checked the [2h[ turn, Muse bet 20,000, and the hijack folded.
With showing on the board, Anthony Nguyen checked from the big blind. Raul Clemente bet 9,000, and Nguyen made the call.
Both players checked the turn. Nguyen bet 25,000 on the river, and Clemente folded.