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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Fresh Counts From the Final 18

Blinds: 25,000-50,000 Average: 1,660,000

Joe Schulman - 2,800,000
Ubaid Habib - 2,500,000
William Collins - 2,300,000
Barbara Enright - 1,500,000
Ed Alikhani - 1,000,000
Ira Friedman - 725,000

Next Round of Bustouts: 19-27th Places

We are at the moment in the tournament where we have a pay jump for every three eliminations. The following three players took home $3,150.

19. Dayron Huertascarballo
20. Gladys Landegger
21. Lucas Foster

These three won $2,690

22. Alfredo Pacheco
23. Andrew Banoub
24. Jared Griener

And finally, these three won $2,315.

25. Armand Muratoglu
26. Gary Sewell
27. Marcus Norman

Last Break of the Evening

We are down to just 20 players remaining here in the Day 2 finals, and those players are taking their final 10 minute break of the night. When they return, they will play two more levels before bagging and tagging for the night.

Stay tuned for the next round of bustouts once we get down to 18, as well as another round of notable chip counts then. We will also have photos of the top stacks to end the night, so don't go anywhere yet!

Fresh Counts From the Final Three Tables

Blinds: 20,000-40,000 Average: 1,200,000

Ubaid Habib - 2,900,000
William Collins - 2,300,000
Barbara Enright - 1,300,000
Joe Schulman - 1,250,000
Ed Alikhani - 1,000,000
Jared Griener - 820,000
Ira Friedman - 800,000
Gladys Landegger - 210,000

Latest Round of Bustouts: 28-36th Places

Below you will see the players who just missed out on the three table redraw. The following players took home $1,940.

28. Marcos Exterkotter
29. Robert Kervin
30. Mesbah Khaffaji
31. Tuan Nguyen
32. Ali Hasan
33. John Nugent
34. Thuy Nguyen
35. Erick Lee
36. Lasean Wills

Fresh Counts From the Final Four Tables

Blinds: 12,000-24,000 Average: 930,000

William Collins - 2,480,000
Ubaid Habib - 1,780,000
Jared Griener - 1,550,000
Ed Alikhani - 1,340,000
Gary Sewell - 775,000
Joe Schulman - 735,000
Barbara Enright - 550,000
Gladys Landegger - 160,000

First Round of Bustouts: 37-45th Places

We are down to the final four tables, which means we are going to start posting the eliminations as they come. The following players each took home $1,565 for their efforts tonight.

37. David Carver
38. Kenneth Riha
39. William Zaiss
40. Daniel Strelitz
41. Ilan Ramati
42. Jesse Vilchez
43. Mu Hyun Cho
44. Guy Taylor
45. Jay Helfert

Some Fresh Stacks Now In the Money

Hand for hand play lasted about 20 minutes before Phil Laak burst the bubble when his Ace-Nine failed to catch up to the Ace-Queen of his opponent. This leaves the 55 remaining players $1,255 richer. Below you will see a few of the notables who have made the money tonight.

Blinds: 8,000-16,000

William Collins - 2,000,000
Ed Alikhani - 1,440,000
Ubaid Habib - 1,200,000
Joe Schulman - 900,000
Daniel Strelitz - 800,000
Jared Griener - 465,000
Brandon Zuidema - 265,000
Cody Bell - 80,000
Gladys Landegger - 65,000

The Money Bubble Nears

We are down to  just 59 players left in this Day 2 finals, meaning the money is just around the corner. The final 55 players will be in the money today, so just four more players will be going home empty handed. Stay tuned for a fresh round of notable chip counts once we reach the money.

WSOPC Event #16 Payouts

Fresh Counts From the Final 90

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

Ohpir Atar - 590,000
Cody Bell - 560,000
Jared Griener - 480,000
Joe Schulman - 400,000
Daniel Strelitz - 380,000
Phil Laak - 360,000
Brandon Zuidema - 345,000
Ed Alikhani - 320,000
Peter Hengsakul - 230,000
Frank Lin - 180,000
Massoud Eskandari - 120,000
Gladys Landegger - 80,000

Second Break of the Day

Players are taking their second break of the day today, and we are down to the final 98 players. Only the top 55 will be in the money today, and we still have quite some time before we get to that marker. Stay tuned for a fresh round of counts to be posted shortly.

Final Payouts For the $250,000 Guaranteed Event

After the 45 Day 2 buy-ins today, the prizepool swelled up to $478,695. The final 55 players will be in the money today, all locking up at least $1,255. First place will take home $90,820 in the final massive guaranteed event of 2018 here at the Bike! Thank you to everyone who came out for this final event, and good luck to the remaining 98.

1. $90,820
2. $50,720
3. $35,070
4. $27,545
5. $21,835
6. $17,250
7. $13,430
8. $10,175
9. $7,325
10-12. $4,775
13-15. $4,165
16-18. $3,615
19-21. $3,150
22-24. $2,690
25-27. $2,315
28-36. $1,940
37-45. $1,565
46-55. $1,255

First Round of Notable Chip Counts

Blinds: 2,500-5,000 Average: 257,000 Players Left: 116

Jared Griener - 565,000
Daniel Strelitz - 550,000
Massoud Eskandari - 460,000
Phil Laak - 410,000
Ophir Atar - 375,000
Ed Alikhani - 350,000
Brandon Zuidema - 245,000
Gladys Landegger - 205,000
Peter Hengsakul - 180,000
Cody Bell - 170,000
Frank Lin - 125,000
Chris Demaci - 120,000

A Total of 45 Day 2 Entries Today

Registration has officially closed for the Day 2 finals here in this $250,000 Guaranteed Event, and a total of 45 players came out today to buy-in directly for $2,600. That puts the overall prizepool at over $475,000! We will post the official numbers once we get them from the floor staff.

40 Day 2 Entries So Far

We are nearing the halfway point of registration for these Day 2 finals, and the clock says 161 players total, meaning that 40 people have come in today to buy-in on Day 2. Registration for these finals are still open until the end of the first break, or about 2:50 PM. Good luck all!

The Top Stacks to Start the Day 2 Finals

Qing Lu - 561,000

Charles Rose - 521,500

Erick Lee - 517,000

Hunter Moss - 430,500

Lee Yang - 410,000

WSOPC $250,000 GTD Event #16 Return List