Phil Ivey is leading largely after the Main Event Day 2C - WSOP 2014
The Main Event of the World Series of Poker 2014 (WSOP) will begin its fifth day after the Day 2C which was largely dominated by the star Phil Ivey. Tiger Woods of poker is the chipleader of the day with a stack of 505,000 chips. This stack propels him at the head of the survivors of the Day 2 before the Day 2A / B chipleader, Stansifer Tim who had a stack of 481,500 chips yesterday. 6,683 players took part in this poker tournament with $ 10,000 buy-in but only 1,864 survived at the end of Day 2 A / B and C. The Day 3 will be played over five levels of play and the survivors of that day will compete the ITM on Day 4. As usual, the final table of the "November Nine" Main Event will be postponed on November 10 and 11 at Penn & Teller theater Rio casino in Las Vegas.
At the end of the Day 2C, we found just behind Phil Ivey players like Raul Mestre (477,900), Michael Aron (468,000), Peter Neff (389.200), Isaac Baron (387.200), Steve Tripp (380,400), Horacio Chaves Cortes (350,300), John Hennigan (342,700), Jeff Cox (332,800) and Anders Fellstrom (328,400). They will be joined by Daniel Negreanu, Matthias De Meulder, John Juanda, Jake Cody, Phillippe Ktorza, Ola Amundsgard, Byron Kaverman, Daniel Alaei, Larry Ormson, Barry Greenstein, Haralabos Voulgaris, Maxence Dupont, Flavien Guenan, Julien Rouxel or the NBA player Paul Pierce. The Day 3 will be played without Phil Hellmuth, Joe Cada, Scott Nguyen, Berry Johnston, JC Tran, Jennifer Harman, David Benyamine, Marcel Luske, Doug Polk, Eric Baldwin, the winner of the Big One for One Drop Daniel Colman and the football player Richard Seymour among others.
Friday, 11 July 2014
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