Who Will Make the Money on Day 2 of the Wynn Fall Classic $3,500 Championship?
Welcome to Day 2 of the Wynn Fall Classic $3,500 Championship!
Day 1a saw 56 players advance from the first starting flight with 101 survivors from Days 1b and today, they will be joined by the 157 players who made it through on Day 1c. The time has arrived for the 314 surviving players to combine all under one roof.
At 12 p.m. PT, those 314 players that are still in contention from the 1,775 total entries will battle it out for the lion's share of the $5,724,375 prize pool.
The top 188 players will make it into the money meaning over 100 will be leaving empty-handed today. Entering Day 2 with the chip lead is Naor Slobodskoy, who bagged a whopping 679,000 on Day 1a.
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Day 2 Top 10 Stacks
Players in the top ten all hold comfortable stacks with each of the top five sitting with over 100 big blinds. That doesn't mean there are not plenty of formidable contenders still left in the field, Scott Hempel (429,000), Nadya Magnus (423,000), Ali Imsirovic (403,000), Brian Hastings (402,000) and Ryan Riess (319,000) will make their way up the mountain in hopes of making a deep run.
While the latter sits comfortably, an uphill battle is in store for WSOP bracelet winners Vladimir Peck (120,000), Damian Salas (119,00), Chris Moorman (110,000), Justin Saliba (88,000), Steve Zolotow (66,000), and Adrian Buckley (43,000) if they wish to make it into the money here on Day 3.
Day 2 Schedule
Play will begin at noon local time, with blinds picking up at Level 16 where blinds will be 3,000/6,000/6,000. The plan is to play a total of ten 60-minute levels with a 10-minute break between every two levels.
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At the end of 10 levels, all remaining players will bag up for the night and return for Day 3 on Tuesday, November 2 at noon local time.
There will be 314 players returning for Day 2 action, and only 188 spots will be grabbing a piece of the prize pool. With over 100 players needing to drop to reach the money and judging by the previous flights, the tournament should retain the action-filled play that has been up to this point.
After the money is reached, a min-cash of $7,860 will be distributed with each payouts increasing until the eventual champion earns themselves $812,270.
Final Table Payouts
A full list of the payouts can be found in the payouts tab.
Who will make it into the money? Stay tuned here as the PokerNews live reporting team will be on hand to bring you all of the action as the day unfolds.