Day 1 Completed
Day 1 Completed
Day 1 of the 2019 WSOPC High Roller at The Bicycle Casino has come to an end. Today saw a total of 78 entries and 30 of those players put chips in a bag and will return on Day 2 which will happen Tomorrow at 1:00 p.m..
Brian Mancilla bagged the largest stack of the day with 250,000. Ryan McClintock (237,500), Phil Beesley (220,500), Joo Park (207,000) and Bill Klein (203,500), make up the rest of the top five.
Other notables that were able to bag today include Maxwell Young (149,000), Joe Serock (105,000), Upeshka De Silva (84,000), Mohsin Charania (80,500) and Dylan Wilkerson (42,000).
Late registration will be open until the beginning of Day 2 so the prize pool and payouts should be posted once the action begins.
Tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. local time the remaining players will play until a champion is crowned and the WSOPC ring is awarded.
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All the remaining tables will see four more hands and then the players will bag up their chips and come back tomorrow to play down to winner.
A player in the cutoff raised to 3,200 and Arkadiy Tsinis moved all in on the button for 24,700. The big blind called and the original raiser moved all in over the top. The big blind folded and the cards were flipped over.
Tsinis was in rough shape but the flop gave him some outs. Tsinis was able to hit the turn and the river to improve to a full house and get the full triple up.
Ryan McClintock was in the small blind and managed to get his whole 99,500 stack in the middle against John Abdol who was in the big blind.
Abdol was unable to improve as the board ran out to give McClintock the full double.
A player opened to 2,500 under the gun, Brian Mancilla called on the button and the big blind moved all in for 17,100. The original raiser folded and Mancilla quickly called.
It was a race and Mancilla remained in the lead after the flop came . The turn and river changed nothing and Mancilla sent another opponent to the rail.
A player opened to 3,600 from the cutoff and Jesse Yaginuma three-bet to 10,200 on the button. Vahan Sudzhyan was next to act and moved all in for his last 35,000. The original raiser folded and Yaginuma called.
The flop of changed nothing. The turn and river didn't improve Sudzhyan and he was eliminated.