$5,000 Eight-Handed NLH (Re-Entry) $200,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts Level 14: 2,000/3,000 with a 3,000 ante Players Remaining: 17 of 78
The field is quickly shrinking down as they get closer to the money and the final table. With 17 players remaining, the average chip stack is about 92,000 (31 big blinds), and the final 10 players will finish in the money, guaranteed at least $11,355 each.
Darryll Fish was knocked out in 18th place, and as soon as they lose one more, they will redraw for seats at the final two tables.
The chipleader appears to be Gregory Back with about 220,000 (73 big blinds). Here are some updated chip stacks:
Gregory Back – 220,000 (73 bb) Joe McKeehen – 195,000 (65 bb) Faraz Jaka – 110,000 (37 bb) Craig Varnell – 110,000 (37 bb) James Calderaro – 104,000 (35 bb) Jason Wandling – 90,000 (30 bb) Byron Kaverman – 85,000 (28 bb) Hiro Harada – 80,000 (27 bb) Stanley Lee – 65,000 (22 bb) Jonathan Bussieres – 45,000 (15 bb) Jim Collopy – 40,000 (13 bb) Ray Qartomy – 35,000 (12 bb)
Today is the last chance for players to get their 2020 LHPO trophy and we are kicking Tuesday off with a big buy-in tournament. Event 28 has a $5,000 buy-in with a $200,000 guaranteed prize pool and it will finish out in one day.
They’ll start with 20,000 stacks, 30-minutes levels, and play eight-handed. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Level 12 at 6:40 pm following the 40-minute dinner break.
When they return, they will continue moving through the day until we hand out the penultimate LHPO trophy.
$200,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
Players begin with 20,000 in chips and 30-minute levels
Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 12
This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion