Corey Hochman leads the 19 survivors to Day 3 - Fallsview Poker Classic Main Event
The field was trimmed to 19 when Day 2 of the 2015 WPT Fallsview Poker Classic Main Event ended. After the Lucky Hearts Poker Open Main Event, the top prize of which was captured by Brian Altman, the World Poker Tour continues the festivity with an action-packed stop in Canada since last weekend. Held at Fallsview Casino Resort, the $ 5,000 buy-in WPT Fallsview Poker Classic Main Event actually attracts 419 poker enthusiasts, 119 of the pack would make it through Day 2. Andrew Pantling bagged up the chip lead heading to Day 2 with 384,200 chips, followed by Shannon Shorr, George Gaffiero, Faisal Khan and Sylvain Siebert, the four other players armed with over 250,000 in chips. Surprisingly, all these men failed to qualify to Day 3 battle.
Against their will, they wrapped the day up by hitting the rail. 54 players would make the money and walk away with a slight part of the CAD $ 1.9 million of prize pool. As for Marvin Rettenmaier, Victor Ramdin, Jared Jaffee, Mike Leah, Ryan Riess and Dylan Wilkerson they also hit the rail, and headed to the exit...empty-handed. The Top 6 of the chip count will enter the next battle of this poker tournament with over one million in chips. Corey Hochman is preliminary ranked first with 1,766,000 chips, followed by Henry Tran (1,450,000), Matthew Parry (1,184,000), Mark Bailey (1,182,000), Erik Cajelais (1,136,000) and Darren Elias (1,023,000).
Monday, 16 February 2015
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