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Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Fresh Chip Counts At Start of Final Level

Blinds: 30,000-60,000 Average: 2,477,000

Jared Griener - 3,950,000
Mark Hamilton - 2,400,000
Ping Liu - 1,400,000
Rupesh Pattni - 1,350,000
Ryan Lenaghan - 1,050,000
Will Givens - 700,000

Congratulations to Gladys Landegger, Winner of Event #6!


Over in the $400 Ring Event, Gladys Landegger turned a two day event into a one day affair, as she made quick work of the Event #6 final table. She defeated Michael Turchin heads up to take home the $9,300 first place prize, and the WSOP Circuit Ring!

Congratulations to Landegger, who is a local regular here at the Bicycle Casino! She takes the early lead in the race for the Player of the Series.

Final Break of the Evening

The 32 remaining players in the Monster Stack Event are taking their final 10 minute break of the day. When they return, they will play two more levels before bagging and tagging for the night.

Stay tuned to find out who advances, and who bags the chip lead in this latest massive Monster Stack Event!

Just Four Tables Remain in the Monster Stack Event

Blinds: 20,000-40,000 Average: 1,525,000

Mark Hamilton - 2,500,000
Will Givens - 2,200,000
Jared Griener - 1,900,000
Ryan Lenaghan - 1,600,000
Rupesh Pattni - 1,500,000
Brian Yoon - 1,300,000
Ping Liu - 1,200,000
Cody Bell - 1,1500,000
Sameer Alijanedi -1,050,000
Hermilo Vargas - 920,000
Andrew Wisdom - 650,000
Nicholas Grippo - 600,000

Fresh Counts From the Final Five Tables

Blinds: 15,000-30,000 Average: 1,300,000

Jared Griener - 3,500,000
Mark Hamilton - 2,100,000
Brian Yoon - 1,600,000
Sameer Aljanedi - 1,500,000
Cody Bell - 1,300,000
Rupesh Pattni - 1,300,000
Hermilo Vargas - 1,100,000
Ping Liu - 980,000
Ryan Lenaghan - 980,000
Nicholas Grippo - 950,000
Will Givens - 950,000
Nipun Java-  610,000
Andrew Wisdom - 510,000

What's on Tap: Wednesday, March 5th

We roll on with the WSOPC Ring Events tomorrow with two more starting at 10 AM and 2 PM. First, we have a $400 buy-in $50,000 Guaranteed Event, where players will be starting with 30,000 each. This is a two day event, with the finals starting on Thursday at 1 PM.

At 2 PM, we are switching to Omaha Hi/Lo, and for that event, we have a guarantee of $25,000. This is also a two day event.

We wrap things up at 5 PM with a non ring Bounty Event, where all players will have a $50 bounty on their heads. The buy-in for those one is $200, and this is a one day event.

Final Table Seating Chart for Event #6

Over in the $400 Ring Event, we are down to the final 10 players, and they have all combined at one table. Former Legends of Poker Champion Harry Arutyunyan is at the final table, along with William Wolf, who is looking for another WSOPC ring here. Check out the stacks below, and stay tuned to find out if this event wraps up tonight, or continues into tomorrow!

Blinds: 3,000-6,000

Seat 1: Michael Turchin - 103,000
Seat 2: William Wolf - 146,000
Seat 3: John Marino - 223,000
Seat 4: Harry Arutyunyan - 173,000
Seat 5: Edo Gabrielyan - 184,000
Seat 6: Ken Morrison - 32,000
Seat 7: Cam Tuan Tien - 75,000
Seat 8: Gladys Landegger - 47,000
Seat 9: Jason Warner - 62,000
Seat 10: Kindah Sakkal - 360,000

By the Numbers: $1,080 Survivor Event

This afternoon's Survivor Event drew a crowd of 86 players, meaning that the top eight will all be taking home $10,000 cash. The player in 9th place will earn $6,000 for their efforts. Our next Survivor Event will be Friday, and that one will have a buy-in of $570, with the top 10% earning $5,000 each.

1-8th. $10,000
9th. $6,000

More Chippies From the Monster Stack FInals

Blinds: 10,000-20,000 Average: 850,000 Players Left: 63

Jared Griener - 1,900,000
Brian Yoon - 1,900,000
Nicholas Grippo - 1,850,000
Rupesh Pattni - 1,800,000
Mark Hamilton - 1,400,000
Ping Liu - 900,000
Hermilo Vargas - 750,000
Nam Lee - 720,000
Nipun Java - 620,000
Duey Duong - 365,000
Andrew Wisdom - 260,000

Fresh Counts From the Final 100

Blinds: 6,000-12,000 Average: 550,000

Mark Hamilton - 1,600,000
Andrew Wisdom - 1,100,000
Rupesh Pattni - 940,000
Brian Yoon - 930,000
Jared Griener - 860,000
Hermilo Vargas - 770,000
Chris Demaci - 720,000
Ping Liu - 700,000
Duey Duong - 470,000
Anthony Spinella - 440,000
Massoud Eskandari - 405,000
Nam Le - 380,000
Brett Murray - 280,000
Anthony Pitesa - 190,000

By the Numbers: $400 Ring Event #6

Over on the other side of the room, this morning's $400 ring event drew a crowd of 94 players. The final 12 players will finish in the money, with first place taking home $9,300, and the WSOP Circuit Ring.

Scroll down for the rest of the payouts, and good luck to the final 24 players!

1. $9,300
2. $5,750
3. $4,095
4. $2,975
5. $2,205
6. $1,665
7. $1,280
8. $1,000
9. $800
10-12. $650

Cards in the Air: $1,080 Survivor Event

It's time to start up another big buy-in Survivor Event here at the latest series here at the Bike! This same tournament drew 75 entries last week, meaning that the top seven players all walked home with the equivalent of a WSOP Main Event seat.

Registration for today's Survivor Event will be open until 7:30 PM tonight. Good luck everyone!

Some Fresh Chip Stacks From the Monster Stack

Blinds: 4,000-8,000 Average: 325,000 Players Left: 164

Mark Hamilton - 1,400,000
Chris Demaci - 1,000,000
Ping Liu - 820,000
Andrew Wisdom - 650,000
Anthony Spinella - 475,000
Rupesh Pattni - 460,000
Kayla Vgood - 390,000
Peter Hengsakul - 345,000
Nam Le - 310,000
Bob Mather - 250,000
Massoud Eskandari - 230,000
Thu Nguyen - 190,000
Pat Lyons - 170,000

By the Numbers: Monster Stack Event

Below you guys will see the payout numbers from this latest Monster Stack Ring Event here at the Bike. The final 180 players have already locked up $735, but they all have their eyes set on the six figure first place prize of $100,150! Scroll down for all of the payouts, and stay tuned for some updated chip counts after our next break.

1. $100,150
2. $58,100
3. $43,440
4. $31,750
5. $25,800
6. $19,440
7. $15,695
8. $12,240
9. $9,675
10-12. $8,170
13-15. $6,660
16-18. $5,490
19-21. $4,580
22-24. $3,855
25-27. $3,280
28-30. $2,825
31-33. $2,460
37-45. $1,920
46-54. $1,725
55-63. $1,565
64-72. $1,430
73-81. $1,315
82-90. $1,210
91-99. $1,115
100-108. $1,025
109-117. $940
118-135. $865
136-153. $795
154-180. $735

Players Now in the Money!

We are still waiting to get the full payouts from the floor staff, but we can tell you that the 180 players who are still remaining are now in the money after a short spell of hand for hand play!

We will post the payouts as soon as we get them, and will also grab some more notable chip counts after today's second break.

First Round of Notable Chip Counts Today

Blinds: 2,500-5,000 Average: 250,000

Mark Hamilton - 600,000
Andrew Wisdom - 450,000
Nipun Java - 440,000
Rupesh Pattni - 390,000
Peter Hengsakul - 360,000
Massoud Eskandari - 355,000
Randall Emmett - 350,000
Chris Demaci - 350,000
Anthony Spinella - 315,000
Nam Le - 300,000
Kayla Vgood - 290,000
Pat Lyons - 250,0000
Jared Griener - 245,000
Hermilo Vargas - 195,000
Bob Mather - 190,000
Harry Arutyunyan - 180,000

Prizepool Nearing $600,000 in the Monster Stack

We are up to 80 players who have come in for the Day 2 buy-in now, meaning the prizepool is right around $575,000. We still have 20 minutes left, so a few more players will likely be trickling in to boost the prizepool even more.

First place in this event should be over $80,000, so if you are close by and not in yet, come on down!

Field Update on the Morning Ring Event

We wanted to make sure that we reminded you guys that the Day 2 finals of the Monster Stack isn't the only poker being played here today at the Bike! The 10 AM ring event is in full swing with 46 players registered so far. You have plenty of time to come on down and join us (reg closes at 4:30 PM), so if the $2,400 is too much for you in the Monster Stack, turn $400 into a ring in Event #6!

Nearly 60 Day 2 Buy-Ins After Level 1 Today

The prizepool is nearing $525,000 here on the Monster Stack finals, thanks to 58 Day 2 buy-ins so far. Registration remains open until 1:50 PM, so you still have plenty of time to get in on the action!

Cards in the Air: Day 2 Finals of the Monster Stack Event

Over the last two days, 177 players have maneuvered their way through the Day 1 starting field to make the finals today. The prizepool will be crossing the $400,000 mark early on in the Day 2 buy-in process. Players can come down before 1:45 PM today to buy-in directly for $2,400. You will get 200,000, and with blinds at just 1,500-3,000, you will have plenty of play!

Click here for a full Day 2 structure, and good luck to everyone in this massive final!

Full List of Monster Stack Returners

The full list of Day 2 finalists can be viewed here. A reminder that Daniel Lee is the chip leader with 994,500, but his chip count wasn't reported to the WSOP.

The action kicks off at 12 PM today, and you can buy-in directly for $2,400 until 1:45 PM. Good luck everoyne!

Cards in the Air: $400 Ring Event

The Day 2 finals of the Monster Stack Event are coming up in a couple of hours, but before that, we have another $400 ring event starting up now! Registration for this event will be open today until 4:30 PM, so you have plenty of time to come on down and join us.

This is a two day event, with the finals concluding tomorrow afternoon at 1 PM. Don't miss out on it!

Schedule for Today: Tuesday, March 5th

10 AM - $400 buy-in Ring Event. Registration closes at 4:30 PM

12 PM - Day 2 finals of the Monster Stack Event. $2,400 buy-in. Registration closes at 1:45 PM

4 PM - $1,080 Survivor Event. Top 10% earn $10,000 each. Registration open until 7:30 PM.