Live Events 2
Main Event
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Event Info

Buy-in $1
Prize Pool $490,335
Players 337

Level Info

Level 28
Blinds 20,000 / 40,000
Ante 5,000

Final Ten Re-Draw

Josh_Cahlik

We have reached the final ten players and thus the players have been moved to the unofficial final table. The seating chart is as follows:

SeatPlayer
1Jeremy Drewery
2Jacob Naquin
3Russell Ivey
4John Holley
5Jerry Monroe
6David E. Williams
7Ronnie Sewell
8Chris Parsons
9Michael Nasserazad
10Bill Phillips

Richard Tucker Eliminated in 11th Place ($8,576)

Paul_Oresteen
Richard Tucker 11th Place.
Richard Tucker 11th Place.

Richard Tucker moved all in from under the gun and Chris Parsons called behind him. The blinds released and the hands were tabled.

Parsons: {A-Diamonds} {A-Clubs}
Tucker: {8-Clubs} {8-Diamonds}

"Gimme an eight dealer," Tucker pleaded.

The board ran {A-Spades} {5-Spades} {6-Diamonds} {9-Diamonds} {9-Clubs} and Tucker's short morning was over. The clock was paused for the final ten players to move to the final table.

Richard Tucker us
Richard Tucker
us Busted

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Day 3 of IP Biloxi WSOPC Main Event About to Begin

Josh_Cahlik
Jeremy Drewery Leads The Pack
Jeremy Drewery Leads The Pack

When this tournament began a mere two days ago, 337 people had dreams of grabbing World Series of Poker Circuit glory. Now only 12 remain in contention for the WSOPC gold ring and the $112,779. Leading the pack by a substantial margin is Jeremy Drewery, who is sitting on a leading stack of 1.524 million chips.

Drewery leads by a large amount, as the next biggest stack behind him is that of Michael Nasserazad (851,000). Rounding out the top three is Ronnie Sewell with 697,000. The starting chip counts of the twelve remaining players are as follows:

PlayerChips
Jeremy Drewery152,4000
Michael Nasserazad851,000
Ronnie Sewell697,000
Bill Phillips680,000
David E. Williams671,000
Chris Parsons575,000
John Holley320,000
Russell Ivey302,000
Jerry Monroe300,000
Richard Tucker288,000
Roscoe Bennett128,000

The first two levels of play today will be sixty-minutes, and then the levels will jump to seventy-five minutes until we crown a champion. Cards will be in the air in a few moments. Stay tuned here at Pokernews.com for all of the latest updates!

Tags: Jeremy Drewery

Main Event
Day 3 Started