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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Updated Counts From the Final Three Tables

Blinds: 20,000-40,000 Average: 1,500,000

Hermilo Vargas - 2,400,000
Michael Itaev - 2,400,000
Owen Crowe - 1,600,000
Jon Peck - 1,300,000
Ilya Shpiner - 1,200,000
Adam Geyer - 800,000
Greg Gibson - 750,000

Next Round of Bustouts: 28-36th Places

Here are the latest round of bustouts for you guys. The following three people took home $2,495.

28. Calvin Lee
29. Mike Shariati
30. Casey Cavanaugh

These three won $2,170

31. Armen Nazaryan
32. Sean Kim
33. Joe Schulman

And lastly, these three won $1,905

34. Sanjay Mayekar
35. Simon Brooks
36. Vinny Vinh

Fresh Counts From the Final 36

Blinds: 15,000-30,000 Average: 1,050,000

Michael Itaev - 2,350,000
Hermilo Vargas - 1,700,000
Greg Gibson - 1,100,000
Owen Crowe - 980,000
Mike Shariati - 970,000
Jon Peck - 770,000
Ilya Sphiner - 625,000
Adam Geyer - 580,000
Joe Schulman - 480,000
Lawrence Ma - 415,000

First Round of Knockouts

We are down to the final four tables, so we will start listing off the eliminations for you guys. The following players just busted, all taking home $1,695.

37. Diego Valladares
38. Mesha James
39. John Wolczanski
40. Seymour Ogeare
41. Dwight Sellars
42. Chelsea Vic
43. Steve Ross
44. Macradij Yacoubian
45. Danny Chen

Michael Kahn Leads the Final 10 in Event #3

Over in the morning ring event, we are down to the final ten players. Michael Kahn lead the way with over 240,000, but he has a tough final table that includes Ryan Buckholtz, James Woods, and Daniel Davies. Below you will see the seating chart and counts, courtesy of the team at wsop.com.

Seat 1: Loc Tran - 83,900
Seat 2: Michael Kahn - 243,300
Seat 3: Fred Kurestian - 197,000
Seat 4: James Woods - 129,800
Seat 5: Bill Watchman - 63,800
Seat 6: Jason Thomas - 74,300
Seat 7: Edo Edgar Gabrielyan - 15,200
Seat 8: Ryan Buckholtz - 123,000
Seat 9: Daniel Davies - 157,600
Seat 10: Shawn Walker - 75,000

Some Chippies From the Final 45

Blinds: 10,000-20,000 Average: 788,000

Hermilo Vargas - 1,800,000
Mike Shariati - 1,230,000
Greg Gibson - 880,000
Ilya Shpiner - 605,000
Joe Schulman - 580,000
Adam Geyer - 560,000
Owen Crowe - 510,000
Lawrence Ma - 370,000
Vinny Vinh - 340,000

Event #3 Now in the Money

Over in the $365 buy-in morning event, we have reached the final 12 players, meaning we are now in the money. Amongst the players still alive and vying for the ring are David Davies, Ryan Buckholtz, and James Woods.

Meanwhile, we are down to the final 50 in the Monster Stack Event. We will post a fresh round of updated counts shortly.

Fresh Counts From the Final 72

Blinds: 6,000-12,000 Average: 495,000

Hermilo Vargas - 1,400,000
Mike Shariati - 1,350,000
Greg Gibson - 920,000
Jon Peck - 870,000
Vinny Vinh - 600,000
Adam Geyer - 410,000
Joe Schulman - 390,000
Sean Yu - 390,000
Lawrence Ma - 325,000
Owen Crowe - 240,000

WSOPC Event #14 Results

By the Numbers: Event #3 $365 Ring Event

This morning's $365 Ring Event drew a crowd of 118 players, creating a prizepool of $35,400. The final 12 spots will finish in the money, all locking up at least $740. First place will earn $10,615, and the WSOP Circuit Ring.

1. $10,615
2. $6,565
3. $4,675
4. $3,395
5. $2,515
6. $1,900
7. $1,460
8. $1,145
9. $910
10-12. $740

Fresh Counts From the Final 100 in Monster Stack

Blinds: 4,000-8,000 Average: 340,000

Jon Peck - 820,000
Mike Shariati - 810,000
Greg Gibson - 780,000
Hermilo Vargas - 650,000
Sean Yu - 580,000
Adam Geyer - 550,000
Owen Crowe - 460,000
Joe Schulman - 420,000
Vinny Vinh - 320,000
Brandon Zuidena - 315,000
Lawrence Ma - 220,000
Valentin Vornicu - 165,000

Cards in the Air: $565 Survivor Event

The tournaments roll on here at the Bicycle Casino with the latest non-ring event. This one is a $565 buy-in Survivor Event. Once the top 10% is reached in this event, the tournament will be over. Everyone left will be paid out $5,000, regardless of their chip standing at the time.

Registration for this event will be open until 8 PM tonight. Good luck everyone!

Some Chip Counts in the Money of the Monster Stack Event

The bubble has burst in the Monster Stack Event, meaning that the remaining 171 players have all locked up at least $600. Below you will see how some of the notables are faring at the moment.

Blinds: 2,000-4,000 Average: 205,000

Sean Yu - 610,000
Peter Hengsakul - 325,000
Mike Shariati - 325,000
Vinny Vinh - 320,000
Greg Gibson - 320,000
Valentin Vornicu - 280,000
Danny Nguyen - 280,000
Owen Crowe - 270,000
Joe Schulman - 260,000
Lawrence Ma - 245,000
John Misirian - 180,000
Joey Deluca - 23,000

Final Payouts for the Monster Stack Finals

We have just been given the numbers hot off the presses from the tournament staff. The final 171 players will finish in the money (we are currently on the money bubble). The final nine will all take home $8,370, and first place will earn the Circuit Ring, and $86,270. Scroll down for a full breakdown of the payouts.

1. $86,270
2. $54,450
3. $40,000
4. $30,150
5. $22,840
6. $17,515
7. $13,560
8. $10,600
9. $8,370
10-12. $7,210
13-15. $5,880
16-18. $4,845
19-21. $4,040
22-24. $3,400
25-27. $2,895
28-30. $2,495
31-33. $2,170
34-36. $1,905
37-45. $1,695
46-54. $1,520
55-63. $1,380
64-72. $1,260
73-81. $1,160
82-90. $1,065
91-99. $980
100-108. $905
109-117. $830
118-135. $765
136-153. $700
154-171. $600

Registration Officially Closed on Day 2

The final clock says 261 total players on this Monster Stack Day 2 finals, which means we had 75 total Day 2 entries today.

The official prizepool will  be released shortly, and you guys will be the first ones to see it!

Over 50 Day 2 Buy-ins So Far Today

The first of two levels of registration for today's Day 2 buy-ins has just finished, and so far, 51 players have used their option to buy-in today for $2,200. That means our prizepool is well over $420,000, and figures to grow even more as the rest of the hour of registration wears on.

The Top Five Stacks to Start Our Day 2

Louis Midencey - 442,000

Sanjay Mayekar - 431,000

Quynam Nguyen - 399,500

Kwang Baik - 394,000

Kody Boyadjyan - 368,800

Cards in the Air: Event #3 $365 Ring Event

Before we move our focus onto the massive Day 2 restart of the Monster Stack Event, we have another ring event kicking off this morning here at the Bicycle Casino. The buy-in today is $365, and registration will be open until 4 PM. This is a two day event, with the finals starting up tomorrow at 1 PM.

Good luck all!