Tim Stansifer secures chipleader, 822 survivors in the Day 2A / B - WSOP Main Event
The Day 2A/B of the World Series of Poker 2014 Main Event saw the Floridian poker player Tim Stansifer as a chipleader. 1,933 players returned to Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino- Las Vegas for the Day 2 flight of this $ 10,000 buy-in event. The Day 2 reunited qualified players from the three starting days of the event. The Day 2 A/B brought together the 505 survivors from Day 1A and the 1,428 players from Day 1B. In addition to Day 1Cs survivors, a total of 2,571 players will take part in the battle on Day 2C to earn seats for Day 3. 1,933 players have secured seats in Amazon poker room and Brasilia. By the end of the day, 1,115 players were eliminated including reigning champion Greg Merson. And 822 players have received their ticket for Thursdays Day 3.
Tim Stansifer is the provisional chip leader pending the outcome of Day 2C. The Floridian poker player has 481,500 chips, and the rest of the Top 10 have respectively a comfortable stack lead to qualify for Day 3: Thomas Cannuli (407,800), Tony Ruberto (402,700), Joe Kuether (401,200) Cai Zhen (367,900), John Ash (364,400) Munir Shahin (361,900), Kyle Keranen (358,000), Timothy Reilly (354,500) and Thomas Roupe (349,600). Other renowned live poker enthusiasts are also qualified for the next stage. Antonio Esfandiari, Abe Mosseri, Mikiyo Aoki, David Paredes, Tom Middleton, Jonathan Dimmig, Chris Moneymaker, Jeff Madsen, Angel Guillen, Marvin Rettenmaier, Phil Galfond, Ryan Julius, Erik Seidel, Huck Seed, Johnny Chan and Jay Farber are among them.
Thursday, 10 July 2014
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