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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Down to a Dozen Now

With 20 minutes left in the night, we have just 12 players remaining. They have all locked up at least $4,795 so far. These three players each took home $3,905.

13. Andrew Wisdom
14. Paul Emata
15. Brent Hart

And these three earned $3,220 for their efforts.

16. Hoan Tran
17. Rafael Ramos
18. Loc Bao

Final Table Seating Draw for the $400 Turbo Event

In the other ring event that is currently going on, they are down to the final nine in the $400 Turbo Ring Event. One of these nine will be taking home over $10,000, and the aforementioned Circuit ring later this evening.

Stay tuned to find out who takes home the hardware!

Blinds: 6,000-12,000

Seat 1: TC Hemstreet - 64,000
Seat 2: Ken Morrison - 86,000
Seat 3: Mathew Martinez - 186,000
Seat 4: Scotter Clark - 483,000
Seat 5: Andy Chang - 237,000
Seat 6: Glenn Mathews - 130,000
Seat 7: Alex Maslansky - 63,000
Seat 8: Luis Yepez - 310,000
Seat 9: Chris Hyden - 147,000

Some Chip Counts From the Final 18

Blinds: 25,000-50,000 Average: 1,700,000 Players Left: 18

Ping Liu - 3,000,000
Ryan Lenaghan - 1,950,000
Andrew Wisdom - 1,800,000
Dylan Wilkerson - 1,800,000
Andrew Moreno - 1,750,000
Javid Javani - 950,000
Brent Hart - 300,000

Latest Eliminations: 19-27th Places

We are down to just two tables now, as the second to last level is underway. The following players just missed out on the final 18, taking home $2,685.

19. Adi Benami
20. David Droeger
21. Michael Nia

These three all earned $2,260 for their efforts.

22. John Hulett
23. Anthony Pitesa
24. Jordyn Miller


And lastly, these three took home $1,930.

25. David De Vito
26. Nader Arfai
27. Sam Cosby

Last Break of the Night

We are 12 levels into the day, which means 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.

When the night wraps up, we will be posting the chip stacks for every surviving player. Good luck everyone!

Fresh Counts From the Final Three Tables

Blinds: 15,000-30,000 Average: 1,068,000 Players Left: 27

Andrew Moreno - 2,200,000
Ping Liu - 1,800,000
Andrew Wisdom - 1,550,000
Ryan Lenaghan - 1,200,000
Brent Hart - 800,000
Michael Nia - 470,000
Anthony Pitesa - 450,000
Dylan Wilkerson - 430,000
Jordyn Miller - 420,000

Latest Round of Monster Stack Bustouts: 28-36th Places

We are at the point of the tournament where there is a pay jump for every three eliminations. These three each took home $1,660, and just missed out on the three table redraw.

28. Hermilo Vargas
29. Christopher Taylor
30. Gladys Landegger

These three earned $1,445 for their efforts.

31. Bruce Kramer
32. Avi Sarfati
33. Albertin Hernandez

And lastly, the  following players each took home $1,275.

34. Omri Nave
35. Mohsin Charania
36. Jarod Einsohn

Congratulations to Mark Hamilton, Winner of Event #6!

"Payout, and winner!" is what we heard from across the room, as Event #6 has just wrapped up. Bike regular Mark Hamilton will be taking home his first WSOP Circuit ring, as well as $6,190. Scroll down for his winner's photo, and full breakdown of how the final eight shook out. Congratulations again to Hamilton on his big victory!

Mark Hamilton -Event #6 Winner 

1. Mark Hamilton - $6,190
2. Michael Sherburn - $3,820
3. Brian Manalang - $2,405
4. Michael Pasaribu - $1,610
5. Keven Manochit - $1,155
6. Michael Delagarza - $890
7. Edgar Contreras - $745
8. Klint Tevaearal - $675 



By the Numbers: $400 Turbo Event

This afternoon's Turbo Ring event saw a crowd of 114 players come out to play, creating a prize pool of $37,620. The final 18 will all be finishing in the money, with first place taking home $10,475. Scroll down for all of the payouts, and good luck to everyone still in the tournament!

1. $10,475
2. $6,475
3. $4,430
4. $3,120
5. $2,260
6. $1,695
7. $1,305
8. $1,045
9. $860
10-12. $735
13-15. $650
16-18. $600

Heads Up in Event #6

Over on the other side of the tournament ballroom, only two players are left to fight it out for the WSOP Circuit ring. Bicycle Casino regular Mark Hamilton holds a nice chip lead now, with 530,000, while his opponent, Michael Sherburn, has 240,000.

Stay tuned to find out who takes home the hardware from this event, and good luck to Mark and Michael!

Fresh Counts From the Final Four Tables

Blinds: 10,000-25,000 Average: 834,000 Players Left: 36

Andrew Moreno - 1,350,000
Ping Liu - 1,350,000
Andrew Wisdom - 1,300,000
Brent hart - 1,250,000
Sam Cosby - 950,000
Michael Nia - 510,000
Jordyn Miller - 500,000
Anthony Pitesa - 400,000
Dylan Wilkerson - 400,000
Mohsin Charania - 280,000
Hermilo Vargas - 240,000

First Round of Bustouts; 37-45th Places

As always, we will start listing off the names for every elimination as they happen, now that we are down to the final 36 players. The following players each took home $1,135 tonight.

37. Dong Xu
38. Gil Arava
39. Alan Myerson
40. Ocean Mayo
41. Andrew Ostapchenko
42. Boris Akopov
43. Michael Rossitto
44. Phil Zangwill
45. John De La Garza

Latest Round of Notable Chip Counts

Blinds: 10,000-20,000 Average: 746,000 Players Left: 45

Andrew Moreno - 1,450,000
Ping Liu - 1,350,000
Sam Cosby - 1,150,000
Brent Hart - 1,100,000
Andrew Wisdom - 800,000
Jarod Einsohn - 650,000
Anthony Pitesa - 500,000
Jordyn Miller - 450,000
Dylan Wilkerson - 410,000
Hermilo Vargas - 300,000

Final Table Seating Chart for Event #6

The morning $400 ring event was scheduled to be a two day event, but it certainly looks like they will be wrapping it up in one day, as we are already down to the final table. Bike regular Mark Hamilton is one of the big stacks with 160,000, but the chip leader at the moment is Mike Sherburn. Check out the final table seating chart below, and if a winner is decided tonight, we will be sure to let you know!

Blinds: 1,500-3,000

Seat 1: Brandon Gutierrez - 58,500
Seat 2: Michael De La Garza - 22,000
Seat 3: Mike Sherburn - 206,000
Seat 4: Klint Tevaearai - 20,500
Seat 5: Brian Manalang - 60,000
Seat 6: Michael Pasaribu - 82,000
Seat 7: Mark Hamilton - 160,000
Seat 8: Keven Manochit - 53,000
Seat 9: Edgar Contreras - 137,500

Updated Counts From the Final 54

Blinds: 6,000-12,000 Average: 561,000

Brent Hart - 1,600,000
Andrew Moreno - 1,350,000
Dylan Wilkerson - 750,000
Lawrence Ma - 640,000
Ping Liu - 630,000
Sam Cosby - 580,000
Mohsin Charania - 520,000
Jarod Einsohn - 510,000
Ophir Atar - 480,000
Hermilo "Taxi" Vargas - 300,000
Andrew Wisdom - 190,000

By the Numbers: $400 Morning Ring Event

The opening event of the day saw 53 people come on out, creating a prize pool of $17,490. The final eight will be in the money tonight, with first place taking home $6,190. The full payouts can be seen below.

1. $6,190
2. $3,820
3. $2,405
4. $1,610
5. $1,155
6. $890
7. $745
8. $675

Fresh Counts From the Final 72

Blinds: 5,000-10,000 Average: 417,000 Players Left: 72

Brent Hart - 1,150,000
Andrew Moreno - 970,000
Dylan Wilkerson - 900,000
Andrew Wisdom - 780,000
Ping Liu - 600,000
Sam Cosby - 400,000
Ophir Atar - 320,000
Massoud Eskandari - 320,000
Jared Griener - 270,000
Jarod Einsohn - 125,000

Cards in the Air: $400 Turbo Event

The third and final ring event of the day has just kicked off here at the Bike. We are speeding the pace of play in this one, as this turbo ring event has 20 minute levels throughout. This is a one day event, meaning the winner will be taking home some hardware late tonight!

Registration is open until 6 PM tonight. Good luck everyone!

Some Notable Chip Counts in the Money

Blinds: 3,000-5,000 Average: 289,000 Players Left: 99

Brent Hart - 780,000
Andrew Moreno - 580,000
Dylan Wilkerson - 500,000
Ping Liu - 470,000
Massoud Eskandari - 470,000
Sam Cosby - 350,000
Ophir Atar - 340,000
Jarod Einsohn - 340,000
Jared Griener - 290,000
Andrew Wisdom - 280,000
Jason Bral - 220,000

Final Payouts for the Monster Stack Event

We are almost on the money bubble in the Monster Stack Event, as only 102 players remain. The final 99 will be in the money today, and you can view the full breakdown of the payouts below. We will post our first round of notable chip counts once we are in the money.

1. $61,795
2. $38,200
3. $28,195
4. $21,095
5. $15,985
6. $12,260
7. $9,520
8. $7,485
9. $5,955
10-12. $4,795
13-15. $3,905
16-18. $3,220
19-21. $2,685
22-24. $2,260
25-27. $1,930
28-30. $1,660
31-33. $1,445
34-36. $1,275
37-45. $1,135
46-54. $1,020
55-63. $930
64-72. $855
73-81. $785
82-90 $725
91-99. $665

Day 2 Registration Officially Closed

The third level of the day is now underway, which means that registration has officially closed in the Day 2 finals. A total of 30 people came out to buy-in directly to the finals today, pushing the overall prize pool to over $325,000.

Of the 115 players still in the event, 99 of them will be making the money, and first place will be taking home over $61,000. We will post the full payouts as soon as we get them from the floor staff. Good luck everyone!

The Big Stacks to Start the Day 2 Finals

Rafael Ramos - 552,000
David Gutierrez - 535,000
Guy Ben-Shushan - 496,000
Javid Javani - 486,500

Robert Schmidt - 477,000

Halfway Through Registration Today

The second level of the day has just started up in the Monster Stack Event, meaning that Day 2 registration is halfway done. At the moment, we have 22 Day 2 entires, who have added nearly $50,000 to the prize pool today.

Registration will remain open today until 1:50 PM, so you still have some time to come down and join us!

The Monster Stack Finals Are Underway!

It's time to get things started with the biggest finals of the series so far, as the $250,000 Guaranteed Monster Stack Day 2 finals have started! Day 2 registration for these finals will be open until the end of the first break today, which will be about 1:45 PM.

We will be here all day to bring you all of the updates from this massive event, where the winner will be taking home over $50,000! Good luck everyone!

Final Day 2 Return List for the $250,000 Guaranteed Event

The Day 1 starting sessions for the Monster Stack Event are now in the books, and Rafael Ramos leads the final 117 survivors with a stack of 552,000. The finals are starting up today at 12 PM today, with registration open until the end of the first break, which is about 1:45 PM.

We will be here all night long to give you all of the updates, so be sure to come back later today for all of the action!

Cards in the Air: $400 Ring Event

The Monster Stack event restarts at 12 PM today, but that isn't the only poker action that we have for you guys. We have just kicked off another $400 ring event here in the tournament ballroom. Registration for this event will be open until 2:20 PM today.

Good luck everyone!

Schedule for Today: Wednesday, December 4th

10 AM - $400 Ring Event. 15,000 in starting chips. Registration open until 2:20 PM. Day 2 finals tomorrow at 1 PM.

12 PM - $250,000 Guaranteed Monster Stack Finals. $2,400 direct buy-in. 200,000 starting chips. Registration open until ~1:45 PM. Day 3 finals tomorrow at 12 PM.

3 PM - $400 Turbo Event. 15,000 starting stack. Registration open until 6 PM. One Day Event.

8 PM - 8 PM - Nightly Mega Satellite. $300 buy-in. At least three $1,700 Main Event Seats Guaranteed