WPT Rolling Thunder: Bryan Campanello, leader among the 24 survivors
Yesterday, the poker tournament WPT Rolling Thunder linked up with its Day 2. The 190 survivors of the two departure days came back in the poker room of Thunder Valley Casino, in California. The stake of the day was to finish in the money and consequently to be qualified for the next day. In fact, the 24 survivors of the Day 2 are already in the money, with a minimum gain of $12,780. Thus at the end of the day, 24 players survived for the Day 3, including well known players like JC Tran (19th, 278,000). The local player vises a second WPT title after a missed final table in the Main Event of the WSOP 2013 (5th place).
At the start of the Day 3, Bryan Campanello is the chipleader with a stack of 1,436,000 chips. Campanello already stood out in the WSOP of last summer, by winning the $2,500 Seven Card Razz. Other players occupy comfortable places with more than 1 million chips, following the example of Chad Eveslage (2nd, 1,390,000) and Benjamin Zamani (3rd, 1,350,000). In the rest of the field, we find respectively Preston Harwell, Ryan D'Angelo, Dylan Hortin, Michael Crabtree, James Calderaro (winner of the WPT Lucky Hearts Open), Quoc Pham, Ken Jorgensen, David Forster, Keven Stammen, Tony Recchia, Brandon Shane, Mimi Luu, Brian Park, Ardavan Yazdi, Mike Heshmati, Lori Bare, Randy Gil, Michael Rocco, Ed Miller and Thomas Lutz. The Day 3 is going to continue this day by the constitution of the final table. The winner of this poker tournament will receive $302,750 against $200,030 for the runner-up.
Wednesday, 19 March 2014
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