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Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Young Sik Eum Leads the Final Nine in Monster Stack

The original plan was to play 14 levels today, but after getting down to the final table of nine, play was halted for the night. On the final hand of the night, Jarod Einsohn shoved his short stack in from the button with [As][8s], and in the big blind, Jason Hickey woke up with [Ac][Jc]. The board ran down [Js][7s][2h][2c][8h], giving Einsohn hope on the flop, but ultimately busting him.

Leading the way tomorrow will be Young Sik Eum, who bagged over six million in chips. Massoud Eskandari, fresh off his runner up finish in the Turbo Event a few days ago, is second with 5.65 million. Scroll down for the rest of the final table players, and be sure to come back tomorrow at 12 PM for the Day 3 finals, where one of these players will take home nearly $70,000! 

Seat 1: Alexey Laptev - 2,715,000

Seat 2: Jason Hickey - 2,810,000

Seat 3: Erkinbek Ozumbekov - 375,000

Seat 4: Brett Mast - 1,810,000

Seat 5: Massoud Eskandari - 5,650,000

Seat 6: Jason Smith - 4,105,000
Seat 7: Young Sik Eum - 6,180,000

Seat 8: Alejandro Ramirez - 1,500,000

Seat 9: Henry Mccardle - 4,165,000

Jason Smith Leads the Final 12

We are nearly at the end tonight, as only 12 player remain in the Monster Stack finals. Jason Smith looks to have a comfortable lead on the field, as he has over six million in chips. Other players still alive include Young Sik Eum, Jason Hickey, and two players looking for their second final tables of the series: Massoud Eskandari, and Jarod Einsohn.

The following players just busted out, taking home $3,760.

13. Upeshka De Silva
14. Phong "Turbo" Nguyen
15. Navid Nourifard

And these three all won $3,135.

16. Jamison Casper
17. Jason Tang
18. Eli Loewenthal

By the Numbers: $400 Omaha 8 Event

Over on the other side of the room, the $400 Omaha 8-or-Better Event saw a crowd of 88 players come out, creating a prize pool of over $29,000.

The final 14 will finish in the money, with first place taking home $8,700 even. Check out the full payouts below.

1. $8,700
2. $5,375
3 $3,590
4. $2,485
5. $1,785
6. $1,340
7. $1,045
8. $850
9. $725
10-12. $645
13-14. $605

A Few More Chip Counts as the Final Table Approaches

The eliminations have yet to slow down here today, despite the fact that he average stack has been around 50 big blinds for the last few hours. Below you will see how some of the notables still left are faring at the moment. We will be stopping tonight after 14 levels of play, or when we reach the final nine, and the latter is looking more likely at this point. Stay tuned to find out who make it through to tomorrow!

Blinds: 15,000-30,000 Average: 1,946,000

Young Sik Eum - 3,700,000
Massoud Eskandari - 2,300,000
Upeshka De Silva - 1,700,000
Jarod Einsohn - 1,650,000
Phong "Turbo" Nguyen - 405,000

Next Round of Eliminations: 19-27th Places

We are down to just two tables now in the Monster Stack Event, and with four more levels scheduled to be played tonight, it's very likely we will get down to our final table before then. Below you will see the players who just missed out on making it to these final two tables.

These players each won $2,530 tonight.

19. Greg Armand
20. Ryan Lenaghan
21. Matthew Perez

These three earned $2,085.

22. Ping Liu
23. Les Green
24. Ophir Atar

And lastly, these three took home $1,750.

25. Anonymous
26. Robert Baumann
27. Alex Hua

Congratulations to Justin Chauvin, Winner of Event #4

Justin Chauvin vaulted into the chip lead when he doubled through Said El Harrak, crippling him in the process. Chauvin would go on to bust El Harrak, and heads up play would last only one or two hands, as Chauvin busted Elvis Toomas after flopping trip fives.

For his efforts, Chauvin will take home $6,850, and his second WSOP Circuit ring. Congratulations to everyone who cashed in the event, especially our winner, Justin Chauvin!

Three Handed In the $400 Ring Event

It hasn't taken long for the final table of the $400 ring event to get down to it's final three contestants, and you can see how those three stack up below. It is a close battle at the moment, so stay tuned to find out who finishes on top. 

Elvis Toomas - 340,000

Said El Harrak - 285,000

Justin Chauvin - 280,000

Some Fresh Stacks From the Final Three Tables

Players have just completed a full three table redraw, and below, you will see how some of the notables still in the field currently stack up.

Blinds: 10,000-25,000 Average: 1,460,000

Jarod Einsohn - 1,500,000
Upeshka De Silva - 450,000
Massoud Eskandari - 1,200,000
Ryan Lenaghan - 320,000
Phong "Turbo" Nguyen - 770,000
Eli Loewenthal - 230,000

Latest Round of Eliminations: 28-36th Places

The following players each secured $1,445 for their finishes.

28. Raymond Ross
29. Michael Sharp
30. Danny Ghobrial
31. Christophe Angotta
32. Robert Rothstein
33. Hyun Jung
34. Peter Hengsakul
35. Oscar Zavala
36. Harijs Broza

Updated Counts From the 36

Blinds: 8,000-16,000 Average: 834,000

Jarod Einsohn - 1,750,000
Upeshka De Silva - 950,000
Massoud Eskandari - 880,000
Ryan Lenaghan - 780,000
Phong "Turbo" Nguyen - 750,000
Peter Hengsakul - 680,000
Eli Loewenthal - 570,000
Ophir Atar - 135,000

Final Table of the $400 Ring Event

Over in the morning ring event, we are already down to the final table, and you can see how the final nine stack up below. Elvis Thomas, fresh off a deep run in the Quantum Millions Event, is our chip leader with 262,000. Scroll down for the rest of the counts, and stay tuned to find out who takes home the ring tonight!

Blinds: 3,000-5,000 Average: 118,000

Seat 1: Nissim Levy - 68,000
Seat 2: Darren Healy - 30,000
Seat 3: Elvis Thomas - 262,000
Seat 4: Said El Harrak - 167,000
Seat 5: Brian Henning - 28,000
Seat 6: Ruth Flores - 98,000
Seat 7: David Yoon - 89,000
Seat 8: Justin Chauvin - 132,000
Seat 9: Quincy Weekley - 71,000

First Round of Bustouts: 37-45th Places

Now that we are down to the final four tables, we will start listing every elimination as they come. Here is the first round of bustouts. These players all took home $1,175 tonight.

37. Jeff Schwimmer
38. Ryan Yu
39.  Jesse Holocomb
40. Won Heo
41. Jason Bral
42. Nika Futterman
43. Ivan Barczi
44. Frank Lin
45. Ray Wright

Fresh Counts From the Final Five Tables

Blinds: 6,000-12,000 Average: 695,000

Massoud Eskandari - 1,200,000
Upeshka De Silva - 1,100,000
Jarod Einsohn - 1,100,000
Phong "Turbo" Nguyen - 880,000
Eli Loewenthal - 570,000
Peter Hengsakul - 530,000
Jason Bral - 440,000
Ophir Atar - 275,000

Only Six Tables Remain Now

The eliminations are coming fast and furious in the Monster Stack finals, as we are already down to just 51 players on the third break of the day. The plan is to play 14 levels today, which means that at this pace, we might be making it to or close to the final table tonight.

Stay tuned for another crop of chip counts to be posted shortly!

By the Numbers: $400 Ring Event

This morning's $400 ring event saw a crowd of 63 players come out, creating a prize pool of just over $20,000. The final table of nine will all finish in the money, with first place taking home $6,850, and the circuit ring.

1. $6,850
2. $4,235
3. $2,740
4. $1,865
5. $1,335
6. $1,010
7. $810
8. $695
9. $630

First Round of Monster Stack Chip Counts

Blinds: 4,000-8,000 Average: 330,000

Peter Hungsakul - 670,000
Phong "Turbo" Nguyen - 600,000
Jason Bral - 560,000
Danny Illingworth - 480,000
Mark Hamilton - 480,000
Massoud Eskandari - 440,000
Eli Loewenthal - 430,000
Nike Futterman - 380,000
Jarod Einsohn - 300,000
Upeshka De Silva - 240,000
Sohale Khalili - 200,000
Frank Lin - 160,000
Thu Nguyen - 135,000
Jim Collopy - 120,000

Cards in the Air: $400 Omaha 8-or-Better Event

It's time to start up the first of two Mixed Game ring events here this series, the $400 Omaha 8-or-Better Event. Registration will be open until 7:20 PM tonight, and the Day 2 finals are tomorrow at 1 PM.

Come join us mixed game specialists!

Final Payouts for the Monster Stack Event

As promised, we now have the payouts this Monster Stack Event for you guys! Tomorrow, the winner of this event will be taking home $68,270, and the WSOP Circuit ring. Scroll down for all of the payouts, and good luck to all players in the money!

1. $68,270
2. $39,370
3. $28,200
4. $21,020
5. $15,650
6. $11,890
7. $9,430
8. $7,235
9.  $5,770
10-12 $4,550
13-15 $3,760
16-18. $3,135
19-21. $2,530
22-24. $2,085
25-27. $1,750
28-36. $1,445
37-45. $1,175
46-54. $1,030
55-63. $870
64-72. $775
73-81. $685
82-96. $625

Chris Klodnicki Is the Bubble Boy

Chris Klodnicki finished runner up in two massive events here at the end of last year, but he won't be doing that again in this event, as he just finished on the bubble. After a late position raise, Klodnicki shoved all in with his King-Ten suited from the small blind. The original raiser made the call with pocket jacks, and Klodnicki was never able to catch up.

This means the 96 remaining players are now $625 richer! We will post the full prize pool when we get it from the floor, which should be fairly soon.

Registration Closes as the Bubble Approaches

We ended the day with 47 Day 2 buy-ins, giving us a total field of 146 players. We are nearly at the bubble already, as 100 player remain, with 96 of them getting paid at least $625. Stay tuned for the full list of payouts, as well as the first round of chip counts near the top of the hour.

Some of the Big Stacks to Start the Day 2

Scott Rau - 674,000

Greg Armand - 580,000

Harijs Broza - 575,000

Massoud Eskandari - 414,000

Prizepool Now Over $300,000

We are nearing 40 total Day 2 buy-ins in today's Monster Stack restart, which means we have officially crossed over the $300,000 marker! Players will still be able to buy-in or re-enter until 1:45 PM, so you still have a bit of time to beat the rain and come join us!

WSOPC March 2020 Points Race for 3 Mega Millions $3,700 Seats into Day 2

The standings for the March 2020 WSOPC Tournament points race can be viewed here. Remember that this list will be going through until March 26th, 2020, so you have plenty of time to add your name to this list. Top 15 qualify. Freeroll held on March 28th at 11:00 am. Three (3) $3,700 MMXXVII seat will be given away.

The Monster Stack Finals Have Started

We are ready to get the cards in the air for the Day 2 finals of the $400 Monster Stack Event. The prize pool is already at $220,000, which means we should be crossing the guarantee any minute now.

Registration for the $2,400 buy-in today will be open until about 1:45 PM today, and we will be playing 14 levels, bagging up around 12:45 AM tonight. We will be here all day to give you guys updates, so don't go anywhere!

Cards in the Air: $400 Ring Event

The second ring event of the series has just kicked off here in the tournament ballroom. This $400 event will have registration available until 2:20 PM today, and the Day 2 finals will be tomorrow at 1 PM.

Click here for a full structure, and good luck to everyone!

Schedule for Today: Tuesday, March 10th

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

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

3 PM - $400 Omaha 8 Ring Event. 15,000 in starting chips. Registration open until 7:20 PM. Day 2 finals on Wednesday at 1 PM

7 PM - $6,200 Guaranteed. $200 buy-in. Top 5 paid. All buy-ins after guarantee is met go to 1st place. Registration open until 8:45 PM