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Sunday, December 10, 2017

The Big Stacks With Two Levels Left Tonight

The 14th level of the day just started, meaning we are almost done here in this second Main Event flight. Below you will see who the big stacks are right now, thanks to the hard working folks at wsop.com.

These players are all chasing Kelly Minkin, who bagged the 1A chip lead with 428,000.

Blinds: 1,000-2,000

Kevin Gerhart - 235,000
Scott Stewart - 210,000
Jeffery Yarchever - 172,000
Bobby Suer - 164,000
Christopher Stephan - 162,000
Trung Pham - 140,000
Brandon Baksh - 125,000
Jorge Walker - 118,000
Jared Griener - 115,000
Adam Volen - 115,000

Fresh Counts For Some of the Locals in Flight 1B

Blinds: 500-1,000

Adam Volen - 121,000
Jeff Yarchever - 110,000
Harry Arutyunyan - 80,000
Gal Yifrach - 62,000
Matt Schultz - 60,000
Massoud Eskandari - 52,000
Scott Stewart - 48,000
Bobby Suer - 42,000
Melanie Weisner - 38,000

By the Numbers: $390 Survivor Event

Today's Survivor Event drew a total of 78 players, meaning that the top seven players will all be getting the first place prize of $3,250. The "bubble boy" in eight place will still be getting close to a full payday with $2,600.

If you missed out on tonight's Survivor Event, remember there is a $565 Survivor Event tomorrow at 1 PM, where the top 10% will be taking home $5,000.

1-7. $3,250
8. $2,600

What's on Tap: Monday, December 11th

Tomorrow will be an exciting day here at the Bike, as it is the penultimate day of the series. We kicked things off at noon with the restart of the Main Event. Anyone who has not qualified for the Day 2 finals by that point can register and receive a stack of 20,000 before play restarts at 12.

At 1 PM, we will have another survivor event. The buy-in will be $565, and the top 10% of players will all be receiving $5,000 for their efforts.

Lastly, at 2 PM, we have the eagerly anticipated High Roller Event. The buy-in there will be $3,250. Players will start with 30,000 in chips, and the finals for this event will start on Tuesday at 1 PM. Last December, Jesse Yaginuma took down this title, defeating a field of 129 players to take home over $108,000.

It will be a fantastic day, so make sure you are here for all the fun!

Registration Closed in Flight 1B

The action has picked back up here after the dinner break, which means registration has officially closed with 379 players registered according to the tournament clock. Add that to the 294 players from yesterday, and the total field so far is at 673 players.

Remember that you can still register for this event tomorrow before the 12 PM start. Good luck to everyone!

Dinner Time Here at the Bike

The players are lining up on the other side of the tournament room for the buffet as it's dinner time in the WSOP Circuit Main Event. Cards will be back in the air around 7:25 PM local time, and that will also mark the end of registration for this flight.

Over 350 Players Registered So Far

We figured today would be bigger than yesterday, and you guys have come through so far, as we have 357 players and counting in this flight with about 90 minutes left in registration. Don't forget that even if you get knocked out today, you will have a chance to buy-in tomorrow before the day starts up at 12 PM. You will get the original starting stack, with blinds starting up at 1,500-3,000.

Some Early Big Stacks on Break #2

We are four hours into play today, and below you will see a few of the players who have managed to surge ahead of the pack early on, thanks to the guys over at wsop.com. When they come back from break, they will play two more levels before taking a one hour dinner break.

Harry Arutyunyan - 103,000
Britton Purvis - 82,000
Mike Leah - 62,000
Sal Dicarlo - 48,000
Osmin Dardon - 48,000
Brendan Baksh - 45,500
Scott Stewart - 44,500

Cards in the Air: $390 Survivor Event

It's time for our first post-lim event here at the WSOP Circuit Series, and this one is a Survivor Event. The buy-in today is $390, and the top 10% will be given $3,250. If players are so inclined, that is the same buy-in as the High Roller ring event that kicks off tomorrow, so they could roll those winning right over into that event.

Registration will be open in this event until 7 PM tonight. Good luck players!

More Photos From Our Main Event Flight 1B

We have some more photos for you guys below. Adrian Moreno, who won his first WSOP bracelet this summer in the Little One for One Drop in Las Vegas. We also spotted recent WPT winner Daniel Strelitz, as well as former Mega Millions champion Sarkis Keshishian

Adrian Moreno

Daniel Strelitz

Valentin Vornicu

Alex Massman

Sarkis Keshishian

First Round of Flight 1B Photos

Below you will see the first round of player photos from today's Main Event flight. Our most recent ring winner, Xiao Ruan, is here hoping to take down another big event here. Speaking of winning big events, former Legends of Poker Main Event champion Harry Arutyunyan is also here. Scroll down for those photos, and a few more!

Xiao Ruan 
Oddie Dardon

Scott Stewart

Erich Karle

Harry Arutyunyan

Nearing 200 Players Already in Flight 1B

The title says it all here! We were expecting a big number in this second starting flight, and so far it looks like we will easily be passing yesterday's number of entries. The clock says 190 as we are just over an hour into play today. Remember that registration is open until after the dinner break at 7:20, so be sure to come and join us!

Cards in the Air: Flight 1B of the Main Event

Happy Sunday everyone! It's time to kick off the second and final WSOP Circuit Main Event starting flight here at the Bicycle Casino. Yesterday saw 61 players move on to the finals, with Kelly Minkin leading the way with over 425,000.

Now it's time to start the next starting flight. Registration will be open until 7:20 PM tonight, and players are allowed one re-entry in this flight. Remember that you can also enter tomorrow morning at 12 PM before the cards hit the air on the Day 2 restart.

Play Ends with Kelly Minkin in the Lead

Play wrapped up last night in the WSOP Circuit Main Event with 61 players moving on to the finals on Monday. Leading the way is Kelly Minkin, a part time player from Arizona who made a splash at the WSOP in 2015 when she was the last woman standing, finishing in 29th. She bagged up 428,000 last night, and you can see the top five below, and a full list of survivors here.

Kelly Minkin - 428,000
Anil Jivani - 363,000
Jeff Banghart - 274,500
Tom Pham - 243,000
Chuanhao Zhang - 204,000

The action picks up again today at 12 PM with the second flight of the Main Event. Registration will be open until 7:20 PM. Good luck players!