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$1,700 Main Event
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$1,700 Main Event
Day 2 Completed

Casey Stewart Leads Final 16 of WSOPC Planet Hollywood Main Event

SandraBarbour • Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
Casey Stewart, Day 2 Chip Leader
Casey Stewart, Day 2 Chip Leader

Day 2 of the $1,700 WSOP Circuit Planet Hollywood Main Event has concluded after ten 60-minute levels of play with just 16 players remaining. A total of 778 entry slips were compiled for the tournament, accumulating a total prize pool of $1,178,670 which surpassed the one million guarantee that was offered.

Day 2 saw 155 players return to the tournament area with the top 117 finishers being guaranteed to take home at least $2,553. The money bubble burst during the second level of the day when Kevin MacPhee moved all in for his last twelve big blinds with kings and got called by Charles Johnson with ace-queen. Johnson made a wheel, and sent MacPhee home empty-handed.

Players started heading to the payout desk in quick succession after it including champions Ben Yu (99th place - $2,598), Christopher Wallace (95th place - $2,598), and Scott Bohlman (88th place - $2,681).

Bagging the largest stack by night's end was Casey Stewart with 3,195,000. Stewart has over $630,000 in total live earnings on his poker resume with multiple victories. He took over the chip lead early in the day and kept climbing at a steady pace.

Stewart is closely followed by Tzu Huang with 2,965,000. Huang caught fire during the last two levels of the night and he eliminated Ardys Reed in 19th place with aces against Reed’s king-queen to boost his stack even more. Michael Trivett rounds up the top three with 2,860,000.

Ryan Leng
Ryan Leng

Bracelet winner and two-time ring winner Ryan Leng is in fourth place on the leaderboard and he will looking to add more gold to his collection. Leng has 61 cashes at the World Series of Poker and he cashed fourteen times at the 2019 World Series of Poker alone.

Zachary Donovan is next in the counts with a healthy stack of 2,200,000. Last February, Zonovan won the WSOP Circuit Seminole Coconut Creek Main Event. He will be going for another Circuit Main Event title, and for his third ring.

Other notables still in contention include former French soccer player Sebastien Grax (1,000,000), as well as Ben Palmer (580,000), and bracelet winner Ryan Laplante (575,000).
Palmer has over $2.6 million in poker live earnings including some major titles. He will try to win his first WSOP Circuit Main Event.

As for Laplante, just a couple of weeks ago he added a victory and a six-figure score to his resume. He got extremely close to claiming his second bracelet at the 2019 WSOP last summer but ended up getting third in Event #28: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em. He will be looking to match his bracelet with a ring.

Guillermo Bella will also be returning tomorrow with 240,000. Bella started Day 2 with a stack of 19,000, which was about five big blinds, and he managed to make it through another day.

The remaining 16 players are all guaranteed to collect $10,980 but all eyes will be on the top prize of $215,943 as well as the Circuit ring. Action will resume on Tuesday November 26th at noon local time at Level 26 which features a small blind of 20,000, big blind of 40,000 with a 40,000 big blind ante.

As usual, the Live Reporting Team will be on the floor to provide you with all the updates.

Day 3 Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerChip Count
11Jorge Arriola725,000
12Zachary Donovan2,200,000
13Ryan Leng2,680,000
14Tzu Hang2,965,000
15Ben Palmer580,000
17Wilbern Hoffman1,640,000
18Ruben Chappell1,850,000
19Ryan Laplante575,000
    
41Andy Robbins550,000
42Guillermo Bella240,000
43Michael Trivett2,860,000
44Casey Stewart3,195,000
45Peter Park1,035,000
47Sebastien Grax1,000,000
48James Rice450,000
49Jim Petzing615,000

Tags: Ardys ReedBen PalmerBen YuCasey StewartCharles JohnsonChristopher WallaceGuillermo BellaHollywoodKevin MacPheeMichael TrivettRyan LaplanteRyan LengScott BohlmanSebastien GraxTzu HuangZachary Donovan

Play Has Halted for Day 2

SandraBarbour • Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

The remaining 16 players have bagged for the night. A full recap of the day will be posted shortly.

Casey Stewart us 3,195,000 95,000
Tzu Huang ca 2,965,000 265,000
Michael Trivett us 2,860,000 -90,000
Ryan Leng us 2,680,000 -270,000
Zachary Donovan us 2,200,000 -50,000
Rubin Chappell us 1,850,000 1,850,000
Wilbern Hoffman us 1,640,000 -10,000
Peter Park us 1,035,000 -115,000
Sebastien Grax fr 1,000,000 90,000
Jorge Arriola us 725,000 225,000
Jim Petzing us 615,000 -195,000
Ben Palmer us 580,000 -90,000
Ryan Laplante us 575,000 -175,000
Andy Robbins us 550,000 250,000
James Rice us 450,000 40,000
Guillermo Bella US 240,000 -140,000

Bella Folds to Grax

SandraBarbour • Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Michael Trivett raised to 60,000 under the gun and Sebastien Grax called from the hijack but Guillermo Bella three-bet to 130,000 from the big blind. Trivett added the remainder to call but Grax folded.

The dealer fanned a flop of {a-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}{10-Diamonds} and Bella bet 75,000. Trivett raised to 500,000 and Bella, with less behind, went deep into the tank, then folded.

Michael Trivett us 2,950,000 200,000
Guillermo Bella US 380,000

Tags: Guillermo BellaMichael TrivettSebastien Grax

Kristen Deardorff Eliminated in 17th Place ($10,980)

SandraBarbour • Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
Kristen Deardorff
Kristen Deardorff

Michael Trivett raised to 60,000 from middle position and Kristen Deardorff three-bet jammed for 220,000. Action folded back to Trivett who made the call.

Kristen Deardorff: {a-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}
Michael Trivett: {k-Hearts}{10-Hearts}

The runout was {j-Clubs}{10-Spades}{3-Hearts}{10-Diamonds}{a-Clubs} and Trivett took down the pot with trip tens, eliminating Deardorff in 17th place for $10,980.

Michael Trivett us 2,750,000 650,000
Kristen Deardorff us Busted

Tags: Kristen DeardorffMichael Trivett

Final Two Table Redraw (full)

SandraBarbour • Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
TableSeatPlayerChip Count
11Jorge Arriola500,000
12Zachary Donovan2,250,000
13Ryan Leng2,950,000
14Tzu Hang2,700,000
15Ben Palmer670,000
17Wilbern Hoffman1,650,000
18Ruben Chappell1,300,000
19Ryan Laplante750,000
    
21Andy Robbins300,000
22Guillermo Bella920,000
23Michael Trivett2,100,000
24Casey Stewart3,100,000
25Peter Park1,150,000
26Kristen Deardorff300,000
27Sebastien Grax910,000
28James Rice410,000
29Jim Petzing810,000
Casey Stewart us 3,100,000 1,230,000
Ryan Leng us 2,950,000 50,000
Tzu Huang ca 2,700,000 -250,000
Zachary Donovan us 2,250,000 150,000
Michael Trivett us 2,100,000 250,000
Wilbern Hoffman us 1,650,000 1,650,000
Rubin Chappell US 1,300,000 200,000
Peter Park us 1,150,000 800,000
Guillermo Bella US 920,000 170,000
Sebastien Grax fr 910,000 310,000
Jim Petzing us 810,000 175,000
Ryan Laplante us 750,000 -100,000
Ben Palmer us 670,000 320,000
Jorge Arriola us 500,000 -300,000
James Rice us 410,000 -110,000
Kristen Deardorff us 300,000 -110,000
Andy Robbins us 300,000 -280,000

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Reed Eliminated by Huang

SandraBarbour • Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
Ardys Reed
Ardys Reed

Peter Park opened to 60,000 from the cutoff and Ardys Reed three-bet jammed for 300,000 from the button. Tzu Huang reshoved for 2,600,000 from the small blind and Park let it go.

Ardys Reed: {k-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}
Tzu Huang: {a-Spades}{a-Hearts}

The board ran out {j-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{2-Hearts}{6-Clubs}{5-Diamonds} and Huang took down the pot, eliminating Reed.

Dilip Das was eliminated from his table at the same time.

The remaining 17 players are now redrawing for the final two tables.

Tzu Huang ca 2,950,000 1,230,000
Ardys Reed us Busted
Dilip Das us Busted

Tags: Ardys ReedPeter ParkTzu Huang

Level:
25
Blinds:
15,000/30,000
Ante:
30,000

Choudhury Falls to Donovan

SandraBarbour • Level 24: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante
Sulabh Choudhury
Sulabh Choudhury

Sulabh Choudhury moved all in from the hijack for 335,000 and Zachary Donovan made the call from the button.

Sulabh Choudhury: {10-Hearts}{8-Hearts}
Zachary Donovan: {a-Hearts}{j-Clubs}

The flop came {q-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{5-Clubs} giving Choudhury a flush draw and the turn brought the {9-Spades} giving him an open-ended straight draw as well. But the {q-Clubs} filled up the board, and Donovan stayed ahead, raking in the pot and sending Choudhury to the exit.

Zachary Donovan us 2,100,000 400,000
Sulabh Choudhury us Busted

Tags: Sulabh ChoudhuryZachary Donovan