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Sunday, March 8, 2015

A Few Pics From Today's Flights of Event #1

Chris DeMaci

David Tuchman
Kheang Tang

Mary Anne Madruga

Noon Flight in Re-entry Event Finished for the Day

Today's noon flight in the re-entry event has finished for the day. Out of 327 entries, 40 players advance to day 2.

The chip leader is Timothy Reily with 272,500, followed by Baruch Thaler with 203,500. Reily now jumps into the overall chip lead, surpassing the Jared Griener, who finished the first flight yesterday with 244,000.

Here are the chip counts for the players who advanced from today's noon flight. Chip counts from all flights are available on WSOP.com.

FIRST NAME LAST NAME CHIP COUNT TABLE SEAT
Timothy Reily 272500 13 9
Baruch Thaler 203500 2 8
Thierry Tang 171500 6 8
Christopher DeMaci 164500 13 8
Daniel Pinto 139500 12 9
Hyun Jung 138500 1 4
Abraham Barbarian 118000 9 3
Paul N 112500 14 2
Alexander Hoang 112000 14 1
Jeff Konvitz 103000 15 8
Steven Shulman 95000 6 1
Mary Anne Madruga 92500 9 2
Maxwell Lineberger 92000 9 8
Darren Harkins 91500 10 8
Estrella Baltazar 89000 7 9
Elvis Huynh 87000 10 3
Shahen Maitirosian 87000 5 1
Marshall Dick 85000 12 8
Anonymous
82000 11 3
Sang Chanet 77500 15 6
Jacob Gruny 76000 11 7
Michael Woo 74000 14 5
Yiming Cui 66500 4 3
Lorri Broda 64500 12 3
Susanne Krausse 64000 2 9
Kuldeep Singh 62000 10 6
Travis Keigley 58500 9 7
Erik Ostergard 48000 7 8
Robert Goce 42000 12 6
Donald Deal 42000 14 3
Samuel Lee 41000 13 3
Gary Fessia 33000 13 2
Alex Masek 33000 7 1
Nicholas Zelco 32500 3 8
Varkiu James 30500 3 7
James Robinson 26000 5 9
Rebecca Domingo 24500 3 1
Harold Flemmings 17000 12 4
Luke Powers 13000 14 9
Camilo Rodriguez 10500 5 2

Entry Closed in Last Flight of Re-entry - Prize Pool Exceeds $350K

Entry has closed in the last flight of the re-entry ring event. There are of 264 entries, and over the course of four starting flights, there are a total of 1,177 entries.

The total prize pool (still to be confirmed) is now $353,100, well beyond the $200,000 guarantee.

Complete payout information will be available later tonight.

Prize Pool now over $300,000 in Re-entry Event

The 5 p.m. flight of the $365 re-entry is now underway.

This is the last opportunity to buy into this event. Late registration and re-entry close after four levels, at roughly 7:15 pm.

There are already over 100 entries in this flight, bringing the total number of entries in the event over 1,000. That means the prize pool will be at least $300,000, beating the guarantee by more than 50%.

326 Entries for third flight of Ring Event #1

There are 327 entries in the noon flight of the $365 NLHE Re-entry event. Along with the 586 from yesterday's flights, there are now a total of 913 entries.

There's also still one flight to go, starting tonight at 5 p.m. Late registration will be open until about 7:15 p.m.

There are currently 270 players remaining in the noon flight, with about 5 and a half hours to play before bagging chips for Day 2.

Noon Flight Begins on Second Day of $365 Re-entry Ring Event

Kheang Tang won the re-entry event earlier this WSOP Circuit season at Planet Hollywood.
The last two starting flights of the first ring event—$365 No-Limit Hold’em re-entry—begin today. There is one at noon and one at 5 p.m. In each flight, late registration and re-entry are open through the end of Level 4 (about the first two hours).

Yesterday, the first two starting flights attracted 586 entries. 67 survived, and the chip leader is Jared Griener, with 244,000.

Full chip counts are available on WSOP.com.

Among the players who have taken their seats in the noon flight today is Kheang Tang (pictured above), who won the big re-entry event at Planet Hollywood's WSOP Circuit stop back in November.

Evening flight of Re-entry Complete

The second flight of the re-entry event is complete. 27 players bagged chips. Along with the 40 from the morning flight, 67 players so far are advancing to Day 2 (Monday at 2 p.m.).

There are two more flights Sunday: noon and 5 p.m.

Here are the chip counts from the surviving players in the second flight: