Damjan Radanov way out in front of 97 advancing players. Day 2 action begins at noon Sunday.


With the conclusion of Day 1B, the Globe Series of Texas Hold’em Circuit Main Event at Potawatomi has completed its 2nd, and final, beginning leg.

Trip A drew 292 entries on Friday while Trip B signed up an additional 375 entrances, bringing the Event # 10: $1,700 No-Limit Hold ’em Main Event complete starting area to 667 participants. The mark is 63 players above ins 2015 number as well as simply 10 much less than Potawatomi’s inaugural Circuit Main.

A prizepool amount of $1,010,505 was generated, exceeding the $750,000 assurance. The top 72 finishers will certainly grab a Globe Collection of Poker money as well as Gambling enterprise Champion factors. A min-cash is worth $2,829 as well as at the top awaits $207,159 for the impending champion.

Day 1A stopped at the 15 minute mark of Degree 16 due to the fact that 12% of the beginning field was reached. Amongst the 36 survivors in Flight A, one loomed above the rest. Damjan Radanov, owner of one Circuit gold ring, landed 855,000 in chips. The high bar verified to be unreachable for Trip B players, suggesting Radanov will certainly start Day 2 as the overall chip leader.

Day 1B imitated its precursor, stopping before completion of Level 16 and also ended with 61 plaers. This leaves a mixed overall of 97 competitors progressing to Day 2. Ricky Landais nabbed the Trip B chip lead with 508,500, barely slipping by gold ring winner Kevin Saul by a single 500-denomination chip.

A couple gold arm band champions are still generally Occasion mix, Kevin Eyster (232,500) and also Alexander Ziskin (97,000), each with one gold arm band to their name. Eyster also lays claim to 3 WSOP gold rings. Two other progressing players with 3 gold rings are Aaron Massey (204,500) and also Peter Vitantonio (131,000). Massey only simply protected his third Circuit title on Friday, winning Occasion # 9 of the series.

Two-time gold ring victors Cody Brinn (258,000) and Andy Philachack (118,000) are also transferring to Day 2, together with a large handful of gamers with one gold ring. Philachack will be wanting to duplicate his success from ins 2015 Main Event at Potawatomi where he finished in 5th location, winning $48,045.

Here are the top-five chip stacks going into Day 2:

1st: Damjan Radanov – 855,000
2nd: Miguel Dabul – 564,00
3rd: Mark Kroon – 522,000
4th: Ricky Landais – 508,500
5th: Kevin Saul – 508,000

The advancing bunch will begin the day 25 spots from the money. Play resumes at 12:00 p.m. with 15:53  Level 17: Blinds 2,500/5,000 with a 500 ante and is scheduled to play through ten, one-hour levels.