WSOP: Nick Schwarmann leads the Main Event after the Days 2A and B
Since 2005, the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino of Las Vegas, is the host of the World Series of Poker (WSOP). This year, 6,352 players took the departure of the Main Event, over the three days of entry, but only 4,186 players succeeded to qualify for the Day 2. At the end of the Days 2A et 2B, which took place in the poker room of Amazon, Brasilia and Pavilion Room of the Rio, the American Nick Schwarmann is the new chipleader, with a stack of 413,600 chips. Jason DeWitt, Aage Ravn, Sergio Castelluccio and Rupert Elder finish the Top 5 of the chipcount, with more than 340,000 chips. Notable players such as Sorel Mizzi, Eoghan O'Dea, Juha Helppi, Phil Galfond, Ivan Demidov, Mélanie Weisner, Liv Boeree or Annette Obrestad qualified also for the Day 3. We note also the qualification of the living legend of poker, Doyle Brunson, in the 34th place and who will begin the Day 3 with 224,000 chips.
As for the French, Clément Tripodi (27th, 240,000) and Ludovic Lacay (56th, 179,600) are the best placed. But other French players such as Estelle Denis, Nicolas Levi, Bruno « Kool Shen » Lopes, Alexandre Sette, Pierre Deville, Yann Migeon, Brian Benhamou and Antoine Saout managed to qualify also. During the Day 2A/B, we noticed the qualification of 48 French. The Day 2C started this afternoon at the Rio of Las Vegas, with the chipleader of the Day 1C Mark Kroon, Michael Mizrachi, Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, Phil Hellmuth, Bertrand « ElkY » Grospellier, Fabrice Soulier, Philippe Ktorza, David Benyamine, Arnaud Mattern or Benjamin Pollak.
Wednesday, 10 July 2013
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