2022 888poker XL Winter Series WSOPC Rozvadov
Event #10: $400 DOUBLE CHANCE Pot-Limit Omaha [2-Stack]
Days:
12

Michael Watson Ends Day 1 Near the Lead in the Hunt for His First Bracelet in Event #10 $400 DOUBLE CHANCE PLO

MattHansen • Level 32: 30,000-60,000, 7,500 ante
Mike Watson

The WSOP Online continued at GGPoker with some four-card action on Saturday with 975 entries coming out in full force in Event #10: $400 DOUBLE CHANCE PLO to generate a $366,600 prize pool with $55,369 waiting up top for the winner at the end of Day 2.

Day 1 ended deep in the money with just a dozen survivors after 32 levels of play. China's "A LEI" will enter Sunday's final day of action with a chip-leading stack of 6,347,644.

Meanwhile, Mike Watson made a late run in his hunt for his first career WSOP braclet to finish second in chips with 6,003,154 with Noam "lamalo21" Garama ending the day in third place with 4,834,838.

Event #10 Day 1 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1A LEIChina6,347,64491
2Michael WatsonCanada6,003,15486
3Noam "lamalo21" GaramaIsrael4,834,83869
4shrekpoker91Ukraine4,331,69962
5Roland "Quina Quen" CzikaHungary3,711,63353
6Arkadiusz "Noksukow" LiszewskiPoland3,599,18951
7WisdomTreeGeorgia2,924,13042
8Jingxiang "Fuzzy Wuzzy!" OngSingapore1,812,06926
9Pulkit GoyalIndia1,798,75426
10KingofeastChina1,518,83422
11George WolffCanada1,074,91215
12Vangelis "love4betting" KaimakamisGreece1,043,14415
     
Total  39,000,000557
Average  3,250,00046

Other notable players still fighting for a bracelet are Pulkit Goyal, Jingxiang "Fuzzy Wuzzy!" Ong, George Wolff, and Vangelis "love4betting" Kaimakamis. Meanwhile, Mauricio "Promoking" Ferreira Pais, Andras Nemeth, Adam Owen, Tyler "TheRayGuy" Cornell, and James Chen were among the players to cash but come up short of the final day.

Remaining Payouts

PlacePrize
1$55,369
2$40,033
3$28,944
4$20,927
5$15,131
6$10,940
7$7,910
8$5,681
9$4,819
10-11$4,087
12-15$3,466

Final Day Stucture

The final day will begin on Sunday, Aug. 15 at 1 p.m. GMT on Level 33, with blinds at 35,000/70,000 with an ante of 8,500. Levels will run for 15 minutes until the final table of seven is reached. Blinds will then roll back at the beginning of the final table so that the field sits with at least an average of 40 big blinds and the levels will increase a certain number of hands instead of by time until a winner is declared.

Make sure to return at 1 p.m. GMT on Sunday, August 15 to see who will win the WSOP Bracelet. The PokerNews live reporting team will be on hand to bring you the action until there is a winner.