The World Series of Poker Circuit Bicycle Casino $1,700 Main Event is down to the final table! The original field of 487 entires has been trimmed down to the final nine, and at the end of Day 2 it's Said El Harrak in the chip lead going into the final stretch. El Harrak bagged 3,990,000 chips after winning a couple of big all ins in the last level of the day.
The field played through 10 one-hour levels Tuesday, and the structure will resume at Level 26 Wednesday, with the blinds at 20000/40000/40000. Day 3 will restart at 1 p.m. local time, and the final table will be streamed on delay on Live at the Bike beginning at 1:30 p.m.
On the line Wednesday will be the first place prize of $147,435, as well as the WSOP Circuit ring. The tournament will play down until a champion is crowned at the Bicycle Casino in Bell Gardens, California.
Day 2 began with 100 entries, with 74 players making into the money. Some of the notable players cashing in the Main Event included Joe Serock (61st - $2,655), Arkadiy Tsinis (57th - $2,655), Sam Cosby (55th - $2,655), Bill Klein (32nd - $3,565) and Marco Johnson (23rd - $5,250).
Day 2 ended when Andres Moran (10th - $10,870) was knocked out by Sal Rassibi. Others coming up just short of the final table included Lacy Burke (11th - $10,870) and Khanh Nguyen (12th - $10,870).
Jeremy Kottler (2,510,000), Rassibi (2,015,000), Ronnie Tate (1,775,000) andRobert Suer (1,460,000) all have plenty of chips to lay with going into Wedesday's final table.
Rounding out the final nine are Brock Wilson (1,270,000), Fadi Hamad (710,000), Abbas Moradi (630,000) and Ping Liu (310,000).
Follow along with the PokerNews live blog as the Main Event plays to a finish Wednesday!