The final 15 players are through to Day 2 of the No-Limit Hold em Quantum tournament. Timothy Deering and Alain Louis Levesque both made it for the third time. This means on top of the $400 they collected for making Day 2, they get an additional $1,500 for their forfeited stack. That means that each of them has already cashed the Quantum for $3,800.
Ben Manache and Daniel Le both bagged for the second time and took home $1,900 each. Mike Lafable bagged the biggest stack of the night with 364,800. He was still a bit off the overall chip leader heading into tomorrow's Day 2, [Removed:105] has been the leader since Day 1a when he ended the first of ten flights with 399,100.
Players can still buy-in for Day 2 for $2,200 and get 150,000 chips. So far there are 94 players heading to Day 2.
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