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Event #34: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em
Giorni
123

Official Day 1 Chip Counts (completo)

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Official Day 1 Chip Counts

Christopher McClung
Christopher McClung
114,100
Luke Davies gb
Luke Davies
gb 109,300
Nick Petrangelo us
Nick Petrangelo
us 95,000
Lee Satterwhite
Lee Satterwhite
84,400
Karoon Monfared
Karoon Monfared
84,200
Joseph Urgo
Joseph Urgo
79,300
Michael Levine
Michael Levine
77,400
Benjamin Volpe
Benjamin Volpe
75,900
Joshua Norris
Joshua Norris
75,600
James Carroll us
James Carroll
us 73,200
Alexander Gambino us
Alexander Gambino
us 72,500
Travis Eller
Travis Eller
72,000
Erik Lemarquand ca
Erik Lemarquand
ca 71,400
Samuel Woo
Samuel Woo
71,300
Cody Slaubaugh us
Cody Slaubaugh
us 71,100
Alex Findlay
Alex Findlay
69,900
Drew Boyett
Drew Boyett
69,700
Amanda Baker us
Amanda Baker
us 69,600
Ryan Laplante us
Ryan Laplante
us 68,800
Paul Kintner
Paul Kintner
67,800
Philip Jacobsen
Philip Jacobsen
66,700
Konstantin Puchkov ru
Konstantin Puchkov
ru 66,200
Lars Bonding dk
Lars Bonding
dk 66,000
Gil Barak il
Gil Barak
il 64,600
Yueqi Wang us
Yueqi Wang
us 64,000

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Event #34: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em
Giorno 1 completo

McClung Leads as Players Make the Money on Last Hand of Night

[user196616] • Livello 10: 400-800, 100 ante

The Rio was once again a packed house for Day 1 of Event #34: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em. The field started with 3,144 players but only 323 remain after ten levels of play and we just barely made the money on the last hand of the night. The chip leader appears to be Christopher 'd0r1t0s' McClung from Montreal, Canada with 114,100 in chips.

Some other big stacks near the top of the leaderboard going into day 2 are Luke Davies (109,300), Nick Petrangelo (95,000), Lee Satterwhite (84,400) and Karoon Monfared (84,200). Notables that survived the day include Team PokerStars Pro Gualter Salles (Brazil), Lars Bonding, Dwyte Pilgrim, Matt Affleck, Barry Shulman and Mike Leah.

A few players that were unfortunately eliminated throughout the day were Team PokerStars Pros Jason Mercier (USA), Randy Lew (Online), Humberto Brenes (Costa Rica), Liv Boeree (United Kingdom) and David Williams (USA), as well as Michael Mizrachi, Erick Lindgren, Gavin Smith, Bruce Buffer, Amarillo Slim and Kathy Liebert.

While it’s doubtful that we will make it to the final table tomorrow, the field should be whittled down to a only a few tables by the end of the day. Check back in with PokerNews at 2:30 p.m. PST where play will resume in the Amazon room. Hope to see you there.
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We're in the Money

[user196616] • Livello 10: 400-800, 100 ante

The dealers were told to stop dealing after their hand was up. Once the player count was tallied, it was announced that everyone left was in the money!

Bonding On A Roll

A player moved all in from late position and the action folded around to Lars Bonding in the big blind who snap called after looking at his cards.

Bonding: {A-Spades}{Q-Clubs}
Opponent: {A-Clubs}{J-Clubs}

The board fell {7-Spades}{3-Spades}{Q-Spades}{4-Clubs}{8-Diamonds} and Bonding was able to scoop the pot and bring the field one person closer to the money.

Lars Bonding dk
Lars Bonding
dk 71,000 21,000

Six More Hands

[user196616] • Livello 10: 400-800, 100 ante

It was just announced that there will be six more hands dealt at each table before play is done for the day.

Bonding Moving On Up

With Bonding raising under the gun a short stack in late position moved all in for about 7,000. When the action got back to Bonding he took his time before eventually calling with {Q-}{10-}. His opponent only had {A-}{7-} but he had the lead going to the flop.

Things looked good for the short stack because the cards came {7-}{4-}{5-}{3-} but the river {Q-} gave the pot to Bonding.

Lars Bonding dk
Lars Bonding
dk 50,000 36,000

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Here's Another Hit, Barry Shul

• Livello 10: 400-800, 100 ante

We caught up with the action as the chips were being pushed and the cards being cleared, but from what we can gather a player moved all in holding {J-}{10-}. The very next player moved all in as well, holding {K-}{K-}. Barry Shulman was next in line to shove, holding {A-Diamonds}{A-Hearts}.

The flop and turn ran out with three diamonds, culminating with the fall of a {K-Diamonds} on the river. Shulman was able to triple up with his nut flush, as he was the shortest stack involved in the action. No players were eliminated this hand, but Shulman managed to build his stack to about 26,500.

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Move Over For Schoonover

We found Joshua Schoonover making it 2,400 preflop. Action folded around to the Big Blind who moved all in for 12,000. Schoonover made the call and flipped over {A-}{10-}. It was off to the races as his opponent held {4-}{4-}.

The cards came out {10-}{j-}{j-}{Q-}{K-} for a straight and a decent amount of chips to boot.

Joshua Schoonover
Joshua Schoonover
47,000 8,000

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