Day 2a Completed
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Day 2a Completed
Brian Schaedlich 801,000
Hunter Frey 397,000
Jeremiah Smith 386,000
Patrick Fortin 355,900
Kellen Hunter 354,100
Brandon Adams 353,600
David Rheem 353,000
Ronald Adams 333,550
Farhad Sinae 328,500
Eric Crain 315,000
The chip counts have now been updated for almost all Day 2a players.
One player in particular who couldn't miss a flop and seemed to outdraw anyone who stood in his way was Brian Shaedlich. Starting the day at just over 160,000, he manged to amass a mammoth stack nearing 750,000 by the end of play. Memories of Jamie Gold come to mind, let us see if he can hold on to the lead all the way as Jamie did back in 2006.
As for tomorrow, let's hope it is more of the same. Join us from 12pm to see who will emerge from the masses to make a name for themselves. Good night from all at PokerNews in the Amazon Room.
The turn brought the and the small blind checked to Rousso who fired out 12,000. Her opponent made the call.
The river was the and the small blind checked and Rousso went into the tank before eventually checking behind. Her opponent flipped as Rousso shrieked in dispair at not betting the river! She'll now only bag up about 28,000 chips to take into Day 3 action.
Scala's duck is a devilish looking one, red in color with tiny black horns and an intimidating glare. And, appropriately enough, 666 players will cash in this tournament.
It folded around to Schaedlich who raised to 5,200 from the hijack seat, Devin Hammer called from the small blind, and Darrell Dicken called as well from the big blind.
All three checked the flop. The turn brought the . Hammer checked, Dicken bet 9,000, and Schaedlich let it go.
Schaedlich has now neatly positioned his gawdy number of chips into stacks before him. He's still around three-quarters of a million. Dicken is up to 95,000, and Hammer has about 21,000.
They took a flop of and the UTG player led out for 20,000. Hachem moved all in for 78,500 and forced a fold from his opponent. Hachem flashed .
Hachem is flying high at the moment, looking in good shape to enter Day 3 with a healthy stack as he now sits with around 150,000 chips.
His tablemates were already murmuring when staff members arrived, along with the ESPN crew. "What's this?" thought those at the table. That's when they saw staff placing extra racks of chips on the table -- Schaedlich has so many he can't carry them all himself.
About 760,000, to be precise. His tablemates have a little under a half an hour left today to deal with their menacing new neighbor.
Corkins down to 107,000 now.