2021 World Series of Poker
$10,000 Main Event

The $100,000 Challenge Has Been Rescheduled for Tomorrow, Rake Slashed in Half

Webjoker • Nível 4: 150-300, 25 ante
Ben Tollerene playing side games while awaiting the start of the $100,000 Challenge earlier today

There were plenty of players interested in playing the $100,000 Challenge event with Stephen Chidwick and Ben Tollerene signed up already and [Removed:17], Mikita Badziakouski, David Peters and Ben Heath hanging around. But, despite them being right there, nobody wanted to start playing just yet.

After having waited for some fresh blood for two hours, the tournament director and the players agreed to reschedule the event for tomorrow, Monday January 23 at 1 pm local time. Instead of the scheduled 3-day event, the tournament will now be a 2-day with the final day/table still scheduled for January 28.

Right when the decision had been made to postpone the event, Brandon Adams came walking in with his tournament registration slip. Also walking by was high roller Dan Shak who's playing the Main Event today. He seemed interested now that the event is going to be on tomorrow.

Update: Crown Poker has just announced they have decided to cut fifty percent off the commission for everyone registered by the start of level 2 to get the ball rolling.