Event 6 Day 1C: Iman Dan Leads Last Break

$1,700 Deepest Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool:  $435,000 | Structure
Level 12: 1,000/2,000 with a 2,000 ante
Day 1C Players Remaining:  72 of 147

Iman Dan

The last break ended and cards are back in the air for the last three levels of the day. We have eight tables in play with a few empty seats awaiting anyone who wants to fire late.

Iman Dan was in contention for the lead at dinner and sits at the top now with 397,5000. Johnny Bromberg is in second with 300K on the nose and recent entry Dion Jagroo took off fast, joining the leaders with 220,500.

Iman Dan – 397,500 (199 bb)
Johnny Bromberg – 300,000 (150 bb)
John Depersio – 293,500 (147 bb)
Caio De Luca Sobral – 234,500 (117 bb)
Carlos Correa – 228,000 (114 bb)
Dion Jagroo – 220,500 (110 bb)

Johnny Bromberg

Event 6 Day 1C: Last Break

$1,700 Deepest Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool:  $433,500 | Structure
Level 11: 1,000/1,500 with a 1,500 ante
Day 1C Players Remaining:  72 of 146

The day is moving along and we are running out of time for players who want to play in Flight C. But there’s still plenty of time to register with it open until 11 am in Sunday morning.

Players will soon take their last break of the day and return to play three more levels before bagging up. The prize pool is up to $433,500 with a few more expected to join this evening plus those max late reg tomorrow.

Event 6 Day 1C: Caio De Luca Sobral Continues to Lead; Scott Watson Second

$1,700 Deepest Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool:  $405,000 | Structure
Level 9: 500/1,000 with a 1,000 ante
Day 1C Players Remaining:  81 of 127

Scott Watson

The dinner break ended and players returned to their seats with six more levels remaining in the day. Caio De Luca Sobral continues to lead wiht 261,500 followed by Scott Watson, Iman Dan, John Depersio, and Alton Mendleson.

Caio De Luca Sobral – 261,500 (262 bb)
Scott Watson – 255,000 (255 bb)
Iman Dan – 249,000 (249 bb)
John Depersio – 236,000 (236 bb)
Alton Mendleson – 145,000 (145 bb)
Johnny Bromberg – 129,500 (130 bb)
David Soskin – 122,500 (123 bb)
Joe Bartholdi – 120,000 (120 bb)
Tuan Nguyen – 100,000 (100 bb)
Ricardo Eyzaguirre – 95,500 (96 bb)
Richard Rice – 93,500 (94 bb)
Howard Mash – 87,500 (88 bb)
Richard Leger – 84,500 (85 bb)
Lyle Diamond – 63,000 (63 bb)
Glen Cressman – 45,500 (46 bb)
Brett Bader – 45,000 (45 bb)
Luke Brereton – 41,000 (41 bb)
Matthew Zarcadoolas – 40,000 (40 bb)
Haim Or Krief – 39,500 (40 bb)
Michael Newman – 36,500 (37 bb)
Raminder Singh – 33,000 (33 bb)
Marc Kropf – 22,000 (22 bb)

Alton Mendleson

Event 6 Day 1C: Dinner Break

$1,700 Deepest Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool:  $379,500 | Structure
Level 8: 400/800 with a 800 ante
Day 1C Entries:  114

The dinner break is coming up soon and they will have 40-minutes away from the tables to regroup, refresh, and get ready for the last grind later this evening.

If players want to grab dinner in the Poker Room, we have a full menu available with food from The BŌL and other cafe options. It’s all fantastic and available even while you are playing.

Poker Room Menu

Event 6 Day 1C: Caio De Luca Sobral Leads Early

$1,700 Deepest Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool:  $379,500 | Structure
Level 7: 300/600 with a 600 ante
Day 1C Entries:  110

Caio De Luca Sobral

The first break ended, players returned to action, and Caio De Luca Sobral leads the field. He ran his 50K starting stack up to 274,200 over six levels for the big stack followed by John Depersio and Richard Rice.

They will work their way through two more levels before enjoying a 40-minute dinner break.

Here are a few other random counts from the break:

Caio De Luca Sobral – 274,200 (457 bb)
John Depersio – 241,800 (403 bb)
Richard Rice – 168,700 (281 bb)
Uri Kadosh – 116,500 (194 bb)
Tuan Nguyen – 91,200 (152 bb)
Richard Leger – 88,600 (148 bb)
Raminder Singh – 88,000 (147 bb)
Johnny Bromberg – 83,900 (140 bb)
Brett Bader – 71,600 (119 bb)
Ricardo Eyzaguirre – 69,400 (116 bb)
Howard Mash – 54,300 (91 bb)
Pasquale Caiazza – 53,200 (89 bb)
Luke Brereton – 52,000 (87 bb)
Matthew Zarcadoolas – 47,300 (79 bb)
Joe Bartholdi – 47,000 (78 bb)
Steve Karp – 36,600 (61 bb)
Marc Kropf – 34,300 (57 bb)
Michael Newman – 17,000 (28 bb)
Matt Glantz – 14,600 (24 bb)
Haim Or Krief – 11,300 (19 bb)

John Depersio
Richard Rice

Event 6 Day 1C: Another Break

$1,700 Deepest Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool:  $364,500 | Structure
Level 3: 100/200 with a 200 ante
Day 1C Entries:  100

We are heading toward another break in the action with exactly 100 entries showing on the clock and more expected. We’re are going to set up a big prize pool by the time registration closes tomorrow morning.

This will be our first time walking the empty tables, checking to see who’s having a great start to their day.

Event 6 Day 1C: Familiar Faces

$1,700 Deepest Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Prize Pool:  $345,000 | Structure
Level 3: 100/200 with a 200 ante
Day 1C Entries:  87

Haim Or Krief

The prize pool is creeping up towards $350,000 and the pace is picking up as we move deeper into the afternoon hours. We are working on a great field and bigger money as they join up.

A few friends in the crowd today include Haim Or Krief, Claudio Piedrabuena, Ricardo Eyzaguirre, Kevin Dubocq, Michael Newman, Andre Bryan, Lyle Diamond, Uri Kadosh, and defenind champion Raminder Singh.

Claudio Piedrabuena
Ricardo Eyzaguirre

EVent 6 Day 1C: Guarantee Gone

$1,700 Deepest Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
$300,000 Guaranteed | Structure
Level 3: 100/200 with a 200 ante
Day 1C Entries:  57

As the clock ticked toward the first break of the day, we had entry 57 hit the game to officially reach the $300,000 guarantee. There’s still plenty of time to spin it up with registration open all day, all night, and into the morning until cards go in the air for Day 2 tomorrow at 11 am.

Event 6 Day 1C: Reaching for the Guarantee

$1,700 Deepest Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
$300,000 Guaranteed | Structure
Level 1:  100/100

The $1,700 Deepest Stack drew 143 entries over the first two flights to leave the tournament on 57 new ones till it hits its $300,000 guarantee and it will get there early. Then it will keep climbing.

Players start with 50K stacks and all Day 1 levels last 40 minutes, increasing to 60 minutes at the start of Day 2 and 90 with Level 23. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Day 2 on Sunday at 11 am.

Flight C will play 14 levels and survivors will bag up their chips for a return tomorrow.

  • $300,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
  • Players begin with 50,000 in chips
  • Levels 1-14 last 40 minutes; Level 15-22 last 60 minutes
  • Levels 23+ last 90 minutes
  • Late registration until start of Day 2
  • Day 1 will end after Level 14
  • Event 6 Structure Sheet