Latin Series of Poker Millions: Alberto Cartin keeps his lead before the Day 3
The poker tournament Latin Series of Poker Millions has gathered an important field, thanks to an innovative concept which in organizing qualifying tournaments in different casinos of Latin America, in Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Honduras, Colombia, Chili and Dominican the Republic; before coming in Panama for the holding of the Day 2. The poker room of the Hard Rock Hotel in Panama City, Majestic Poker, hosted on Tuesday evening the Day 2 of this event with a buy-in of $850. The survivors of the Day 1 (27 in the Day 1A, 22 in the Day 1B and 32 in the Day 1C) were joined by the 48 qualified players of different casinos of Latin America, or a total of 129 incomers. The stake of the day was to be qualified for the Day 3, because the players present were already assured to finish in the money and leave with a minimum gain of $2,100.
The day was short because only 6 levels were played. At the end of the Day 2, 78 players managed to qualify for the next round, and Alberto Cartin remained the chipleader with 816,500 chips, after starting the day with the biggest stack of the tournament (371,500). Other notable players such as the chipleader of the Day 1A Jose « Nacho » Barbero, Roman Valerstein, Francis Cruz, Carter Gill, Bolivar Palacios, Euclides Corro, Jaime Antelhoff, Felipe Monténégro, as well as Phil Nagy are still in the running for the title and the $175,000. This evening, the 78 survivors will come back in the Majestic Poker for the Day 3 of the LSOP Millions.
Friday, 14 March 2014
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