Dia 1e Terminado
Dia 1e Terminado
The penultimate Event #7: $565 COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold’em starting flight has come to its conclusion after Kurt Jewell ended as the Day 1e chip leader with 474,000 in the Brasilia room of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.
With the final two COLOSSUS flights taking place today there was a lot of potential for a big field as players gave it one last go at making Day 2 on Tuesday, June 5 and that proved to be the case as over 1,400 entrants were sat in their seats by the 10 a.m. start time.
By the time registration had closed after level 8, a total of 3,202 entrants had come together to make Day 1e the largest flight so far.
Ryan Laplante, Simon Deadman, and Barry Greenstein were among the notable names playing in the early levels, but they were unable to secure their places on the list of 127 players that ultimately bagged chips.
Mike Commiso (390,000) and Tyler Patterson (238,000) were two of the names to join Jewell at the top of the chip counts.
Day 2 will see ten 60-minute levels played out when the play restarts at 2 p.m. and the PokerNews live reporting team will once again be bringing you all the action.
|Tournament Day||Date||Further Information|
|Day 1A||Saturday, June 2, 2018 @ 10:00||84 players out of 2,024 entries advanced to Day 2|
|Day 1B||Saturday, June 2, 2018, @ 17:00||55 players out of 1,471 entries advanced to Day 2|
|Day 1C||Sunday, June 3, 2018, @ 10:00||78 of players out of 1,978 entries advanced to Day 2|
|Day 1D||Sunday, June 3, 2018, @ 17:00||62 players out of 1,541 entries advanced to Day 2|
|Day 1E||Monday, June 4, 2018 @ 10:00||127 players out of 3,202 entries advanced to Day 2|
|Day 1F||Monday, June 4, 2018, @ 17:00||Levels of 30 minutes each, Play 18 levels|
|Day 2||Tuesday, June 5, 2018, @ 14:00||Levels of 60 minutes each, Play 10 levels|
|Day 3||Wednesday, June 6, 2018, @ 14:00||Levels of 60 minutes each, Play down to Final Table|
|Day 4||Friday, June 6, 2018, @ 14:00||Levels of 60 minutes each, Play down to a Winner|
|Ryan Van Sanford||361,000||361,000|
The tournament director has announced that six more hands will be played today.
The final 30-minute level has got underway.
Joel Wurtzel was all in for 38,500 and got called by one opponent.
Wurtzel's hand improved to a full house on the river and he scooped the 80,000 pot.
The final hour of play has started and the remaining 197 players have taken their seats once more.
It's time for the final break of the day, and during this period the black 100 chips will be raced off.
When the players return, they will play two more 30-minute levels before bagging their chips for tomorrow's Day 2.