WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown Day 2

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Day 2 of the World Poker Tour Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown again brought plenty of high class poker action which resulted in the field being shortened to just 110. Each of those players are now safely in the money after the bubble was burst with 170 players left whilst Richard Kirsch leads the field with a chip count of 1,734,000.

He leads a top ten that includes Matt Stout, Barry Hutter and Ryan Eriquezzo, some big names on the circuit and will have his work cut out when play resumes on Day 3 today.

 

Joining them into Day 3 will be the likes of Noah Schwartz, Mohsin Charania, Matt Glantz, Justin Young and Jeff Gross.

Whilst there will be 110 players that are happy to have made the money, there were 60 that busted out despite cashing and many more that were eliminated before the paying places. Among those going home with a payout at least were Matt Salsberg, Ryan D’Angelo, Joe Kuether and Mat Waxman whilst the likes of Phil Laak, Michael Mizrachi and PokerStars Team Pro Eugene Katchalov had to go home empty handed.

 

Join us once again for the action from Day 3 of this event tomorrow where we can let you know who is approaching that televised final table.

The Current Top Ten

1st) Richard Kirsch – 1,734,000

2nd) Daniel Navarrete – 1,450,000

3rd) Matt Stout – 1,402,000

4th) Daniel Mortans – 1,400,000

5th) Julian Thomas – 1,199,000

6th) Barry Hutter – 1,120,000

7th) Glenn Becker – 1,105,000

8th) Ryan Eriquezzo – 969,000

9th) Jose Gonzalez – 949,000

10th) Chance Kornuth – 830,000

Prize Pool Information

1st) $1,081,184

2nd) $691,965

3rd) $441,128

4th) $371,931

5th) $308,501

6th) $247,954

7th) $193,174

8th) $141,276

9th) $100,912

10 – 12th) $66,313

13 – 15th) $43,248

16 – 18th) $29,985

19 – 27th) $25,372

28 – 36th) $21,336

37 – 45th) $18,164

46 – 54th) $15,569

55 – 63rd) $13,263

64 – 72nd) $11,533

73 – 81st) $10,668

82 – 90th) $9,803

91 – 100th) $9,053

101 – 110th) $8,707

111 – 120th) $8,361

121 – 130th) $8,073

131 – 140th) $7,785

141 – 150th) $7,496

151 – 160th) $7,266

161 – 170th) $7,093

Whilst this event still has plenty of action left to go, another WPT yesterday revealed its winner. Carlos Alvarado took down the $1 million guaranteed Borgata Spring Poker Open after beating a field of almost 2,500 registrations. The top four players all agreed on an equal share of the prize pool amounting to $127,652 each and just played for the title.

How It Finished

1st) Carlos Alvarado – $127,652 (d)

2nd) Adam Pace – $127,652 (d)

3rd) Kevin Grabel – $127,652 (d)

4th) Philip Neiman – $127,652 (d)

5th) Mitchell Mantin – $63,223

6th) John Yanni – $51,181

7th) Zbigniew Fido – $39,740

8th) Matthew Itkin – $28,902

9th) Mikhail Mironenko – $21,074

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