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Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Play Ends Tonight with Matthew Yorra Leading the Final 18

It's been an action packed 12 hours here at the Bicycle Casino, as we have whittled 214 players down to just the final 18. Leading the way is Matthew Yorra with 3,750,000, though a pair of Bike regulars are right behind him: Jesse Yaginuma (3,720,000), and Vinny Vinh (3,425,000). Other notables who will be returning as well tomorrow are Randall Emmett (2,525,000),  Nick Phoenix (2,420,000), Rubin Chappell (1,855,000), and Bruce Kramer (1,510,000).

We will post a full list of chip counts in the morning. Don't forget that the Day 3 finals will be tomorrow at 12 PM, and the ring winner will be taking home over $84,000. We will have all the details for you guys tomorrow then, so be sure to come back then.

Matthew Yorra - 3,750,000

Jesse Yaginuma - 3.720,000 

Vinny Vinh - 3,425,000

Fresh Chip Counts From the Final 27

Blinds: 25,000-50,000 Average: 1,600,000

Vinny Vinh - 3,500,000
Jesse Yaginuma - 3,450,000
Nick Phoenix - 2,400,000
Randall Emmett - 1,650,000
Rubin Chappell - 960,000
Bruce Kramer - 900,000
Adam Swan - 850,000

Final Break of the Night

Twelve levels are in the books on this Day 2 finals, and the final 27, who just completed a full three table redraw, are taking their final break of the night. When they return, they will play two more levels before bagging up for the night.

We will post a fresh round of notable chip counts shortly, and be sure to stay tuned to find out who bags the overnight chip lead.

First Round of Bustouts Today

We are down to the final four tables, so we will start listing off all of the eliminations from here. The following players each took home $1,530 today.

37. Josias Santos
38. Elijah Berg
39. Robert Lacko
40. Jake Cody
41. Duey Duong
42. Jeffrey Yakubinis
43. Kirk Domines
44. Paul Camby
45. Hector Gonzalez

More Chippies From the Final Four Tables

Blinds: 15,000-30,000 Average: 1,200,000 Players Left: 36

Matthew Yorra - 3,600,000
Jesse Yaginuma - 2,600,000
Randall Emmett - 2,200,000
Kevin French - 1,950,000
Bruce Kramer - 1,500,000
Vinny Vinh - 1,450,000
Nick Phoenix - 1,200,000
Ed Alikhani - 950,000
Mark Jun - 750,000
Rubin Chappell - 620,000

Down to the Final Ten in Event #6

Over in the morning Ring Event of the day, it has taken just over 10 hours for us to reach our final table of ten players. Mihail Irodoi leads teh pack, but Bicycle Casino regular Gladys Landegger is right on his heels in second. Also at the final table is former WSOP Circuit Main Event winner here Nikhil Gera.

Check out the seating chart below, and stay tuned for more results from this final table, as the Day 2 finals of the Monster Stack Event roll on as well!

Seat 1: Brian Snell - 195,000
Seat 2: Gladys Landegger - 219,000
Seat 3: Mihail Irodoi - 240,000
Seat 4: Alexandre Stephan Novaes - 130,000
Seat 5: Jeff Yarchever - 107,000
Seat 6: Nikhil Gera - 93,000
Seat 7: Brett Apter - 76,000
Seat 8: David Carver - 64,000
Seat 9: Vartan Vartian - 71,000
Seat 10 Steven Grybas - 221,000

Latest Round of Notable Chip Counts

Blinds: 12,000-24,000 Average: 950,000 Players Left: 45

Kevin French - 1,520,000
Mark Jun - 1,500,000
Vinny Vinh - 1,000,000
Nick Phoenix - 780,000
William Wolf - 730,000
Rubin Chappell - 620,000
Jake Cody - 515,000
Ryan Buckholtz - 450,000
Duey Duong - 310,000

More Counts From the Day 2 Restart

Blinds: 10,000-20,000 Average: 700,000 Players Left: 63

Vinny Vinh - 1,300,000
Jared Griener - 1,050,000
Jesse Yaginuma - 930,000
Mark Jun - 920,000
Rubin Chappell - 760,000
Duey Duong - 665,000
Jake Cody - 600,000
Ryan Buckholtz - 540,000
Andrew Wisdom - 300,000
Nick Phoenix - 165,000

Fresh Counts From the Final Nine Tables

Blinds: 6,000-12,000 Average: 520,000

Jared Griener - 1,100,000
Mark Jun - 970,000
Randall Emmett - 905,000
Rubin Chappell - 850,000
Andrew Wisdom - 750,000
Jesse Yaginuma - 665,000
Jake Cody - 525,000
Nicholas Grippo - 520,000
Brandon Zuidema - 470,000
Duey Duong -390,000
Nick Phoenix - 280,000
Edward Liu - 240,000
Harry Arutyunyan - 240,000
Massoud Eskandari - 155,000

By the Numbers: Event #6 $400 Ring Event

This morning's Ring Event drew a crowd of 91 players, creating a prizepool of $30,030. The final 12 spots will finish in the money tonight, and first place tomorrow will take home $9,010, and the latest WSOP Circuit Ring. Scroll down for the rest of the payouts, and remember that if you want to come play some Mixed Games, our $400 HORSE Ring Event is in full swing right now!

1. $9,010
2. $5,570
3. $3,965
4. $2,880
5. $2,135
6. $1,610
7. $1,240
8. $970
9. $775
10-12. $625

Updated Counts From the Final 100

Blinds: 5,000-10,000 Average: 420,000

Jared Griener - 900,000
Randall Emmett - 740,000
Mark Jun - 600,000
Rubin Chappell - 540,000
Harry Arutyunyan - 480,000
Jake Cody - 480,000
Jesse Yaginuma - 430,000
Brandon Zuidema - 410,000
Alex Massman - 380,000
Edward Liu - 360,000
Andrew Wisdom - 315,000
Nicholas Grippo - 290,000
Chris Demaci - 170,000
Nick Phoenix - 160,000

Final Payouts For the Monster Stack Event

As the dust settled on the Day 2 buy-ins today, a total przepool of $471,790 was created. All those who made the money today locked up $630, and first place will take home a massive payout of $84,445. Scroll down for all of the payouts, and stay tuned for more updates from this massive event!

1. $84,445
2. $52,465
3. $38,280
4. $28,290
5. $21,400
6. $16,485
7. $12,840
8. $10,120
9. $8,070
10-12. $6,510
13-15. $5,305
16-18. $4,370
19-21. $3,645
22-24. $3,070
25-27. $2,615
28-30. $2,250
31-33. $1,955
34-36. $1,720
37-45. $1,530
46-54. $1,370
55-63. $1,245
64-72. $1,135
73-81. $1,045
82-90. $960
91-99. $885
100-108. $815
109-117. $750
118-135. $690
136-143. $630

WSOPC Event #5 Monster Stack Payouts

Cards in the Air: $400 HORSE Event

It's time to switch things up here in our Ring Events, as we are now playing HORSE for the afternoon event! Just like the other smaller Ring Events, the buy-in is $400. This is a two day event, with the finals starting tomorrow at 1 PM. Good luck everyone!

We Are Now in the Money!

We don't have the official payouts just yet, but we can confirm that the 143 that still remain are now in the money. We just posted a list of updated chip counts for many of the notables who are here today. Stay tune for the payouts to be posted shortly.

First Round of Player Counts Today

Blinds: 2,500-5,000 Players Left: 149

Mark Jun - 820,000
Randall Emmett - 710,000
Hermilo Vargas - 575,000
Edward Liu - 545,000
Rubin Chappell - 350,000
Nick Phoenix - 285,000
Mark Hamilton - 270,000
Jared Griener - 240,000
Andrew Wisdom - 215,000
Jake Cody - 210,000
Nicholas Grippo - 180,000
Harry Arutyunyan - 180,000

Day 2 Registration Closes With 67 Players

The first break of the day is in the books, and that means that registration is officially closed for this Monster Stack Event. We had a total of 67 players come in today to buy-in directly, pushing the final field total to 214. This puts the overall prizepool at nearly $450,000! Stay tuned for a full breakdown of the payouts coming shortly from the floor staff.

Just 40 Players so Far in the $400 Morning Event

The latest ring event to kick off this series was at 10 AM this morning, and we have a low turnout so far halfway through registration, with just 40 players entered. That number will of course be going up as players are eliminated from the Monster Stack Event, but as of right now, this is a great chance for you to defeat a small field and win a ring!

Registration is open until 4:30 PM today. Come join us!

Nearly 50 Day 2 Buy-ins So Far

We have just passed the halfway point of registration for today's Day 2 finals, and so far, we have 48 Day 2 buy-ins. That means that the total prizepool is now over $400,000! Remember that registration for this Day 2 final will be open today until 1:45 PM, so you still have time to come down and join us!

The Day 2 Finals are Now Underway!

We are ready to get going with the biggest restart of the series so far, the Monster Stack finals! A total of 148 players survived the Day 1 flights to move on to the finals today, where more players will be joining them through the Day 2 buy-in of $2,400. Players who buy-in today will be starting with 200,000 in chips.

We will be here all day to bring you guys all of the updates, so don't go anywhere!

Cards in the Air: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Ring Event

We kick off the action this morning with a $400 No-Limit Hold'em Ring Event. Registration for this event will be open until 4:30 PM, and re-entry is available in that time frame as well.

Don't forget that we also have our $2,400 buy-in Day 2 finals starting up in two hours. Don't miss it!