Out of Retirement

 

Jon-Aguiar-08-22-13-03739Just a few days ago, Jon Aguiar sent the tweet above about coming out of his poker retirement. Turns out Aguiar wasn’t kidding as he has once again hit the felt.

A WSOP bracelet winner, Aguiar decided to step away from poker to work on his new project, Draft Kings. Now based out of Boston, Aguiar has been dedicating all of his time to his new venture. However, the allure of a $10 million prize pool drew Aguiar to South Florida.

Aguiar has taken his seat on Day 1A of the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open $10 Million Guaranteed Main Event. Retirement has been good to Aguiar so far, as he currently sits on 53,000 in chips.

A Couple of Busts

More Chip Counts

Blinds: 200/400
Ante: 50

Christian Harder77,000
Mike Leah73,000
Isaac Baron65,000
Jamie Armstrong58,000
Shawn Buchanan48,000
Taylor Paur45,000
Michael Lipman43,000
Matt Stout42,000
Jon Aguiar39,000
Gavin Smith38,000
Ty Reiman34,000
Ryan Riess33,000
Dan Shak30,000
Amir Lehavot28,000
Nelly26,000
Scotty Nguyen25,000
Tristan Wade22,000
Shannon Elizabeth15,000
Isaac Haxton14,000
Brent Hanks14,000
John Hennigan13,000
Byron Kaverman12,000
Shaun Deeb12,000
Harrison Gimbel12,000
Brian Hastings12,000
Matt Affleck11,000