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Eric Froehlich Bags Chip Lead in Event #50: $600 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha (Eight Handed)
It was an action-packed opening day for Event #50: $600 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha (Eight Handed) that witnessed a total of 1,569 entries in this event that first was started in 2019 to generate an $800,190 prize pool. After 22 levels of play over the course of 13 hours, the field was whittled down to just 61 players who have all secured a spot in the money.
The chip leader returning for Day 2 is two-time WSOP bracelet winner Eric Froehlich (2,550,000) who was once the youngest player to win a bracelet. Both Froehlich and Kris Burchfield (2,530,000) are the only two players to finish the night with over 2 million in chips. Mario Arribas (1,730,000), Michael Thomas (1,620,000), and Trenton Vaderlake (1,030,000) will be among the player to keep an eye on Wednesday's Day 2.
Event #50 Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts
|Rank||PLAYER||Country||CHIP COUNT||Big Blinds|
|1||Eric Froehlich||United States||2,550,000||85|
|2||Kristopher Burchfield||United States||2,530,000||84|
|3||Alejandro Jaureguireynoso||United States||1,975,000||66|
|4||Mario Arribas||United States||1,730,000||58|
|5||Michael Thomas||United States||1,620,000||54|
|6||Justin Lapka||United States||1,455,000||49|
|8||Mark Seif||United States||1,230,000||41|
|9||Steve Westheimer||United States||1,190,000||40|
The current schedule indicates that play will continue until a winner is crowned on Day 2 at 12 p.m. local time on Wednesday in the Amazon room (Gold Section) with the blinds resuming on level 23. The blinds will be 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 big blind ante when playing. The levels will be 30 minutes on Day 2 with a 15-minute break after every three levels with the dinner break yet to be determined.
Follow along with the PokerNews live reporting team to find out who will make it that much closer to a WSOP gold bracelet and the first-ever title of this new event.
|ROOM||TABLE||SEAT||PLAYER||Country||CHIP COUNT||Big Blinds|
|Amazon||404||2||Kristopher Burchfield||United States||2,530,000||84|
|Amazon||404||3||Jason Dabney||United States||340,000||11|
|Amazon||404||4||Joshua Ray||United States||975,000||33|
|Amazon||404||6||Steven Friedlander||United States||480,000||16|
|Amazon||404||7||Orod Ashegh||United States||340,000||11|
|Amazon||404||8||Jerod Smith||United States||530,000||18|
|Amazon||405||2||Daniel Buzgon||United States||575,000||19|
|Amazon||405||5||Carlton Tartar||United States||570,000||19|
|Amazon||405||6||Brian McDaniel||United States||575,000||19|
|Amazon||405||7||Alejandro Jaureguireynoso||United States||1,975,000||66|
|Amazon||406||1||Trent Vanderlende||United States||1,030,000||34|
|Amazon||406||2||Ryan Colton||United States||155,000||5|
|Amazon||406||3||Paul Welke||United States||560,000||19|
|Amazon||406||4||Mario Arribas||United States||1,730,000||58|
|Amazon||406||5||Frank Goulard||United States||375,000||13|
|Amazon||412||2||John Skrovan||United States||540,000||18|
|Amazon||412||5||David Coghlan||United States||295,000||10|
|Amazon||412||6||Nirath Rean||United States||1,030,000||34|
|Amazon||412||7||Ritchie Cabrera||United States||345,000||12|
|Amazon||412||8||Ryan Buchardt||United States||300,000||10|
|Amazon||413||1||David Anderson||United States||795,000||27|
|Amazon||413||2||Louis Constant||United States||295,000||10|
|Amazon||413||3||Lee Watkinson||United States||875,000||29|
|Amazon||413||6||Mark Seif||United States||1,230,000||41|
|Amazon||413||7||Qi Zhang||United States||200,000||7|
|Amazon||413||8||Erik Eberts||United States||620,000||21|
|Amazon||414||1||Eric Froehlich||United States||2,550,000||85|
|Amazon||414||2||Darrin Wright||United States||925,000||31|
|Amazon||414||4||Cedric Darrett||United States||915,000||31|
|Amazon||414||5||Daniel Zack||United States||245,000||8|
|Amazon||414||6||John Ames||United States||835,000||28|
|Amazon||414||7||Thomas Hunt||United States||860,000||29|
|Amazon||419||1||Nick Blackburn||United States||860,000||29|
|Amazon||419||2||John Gilchrist||United Kingdom||760,000||25|
|Amazon||419||3||Jeff Norman||United States||795,000||27|
|Amazon||419||4||Jeffrey Pringle||United States||890,000||30|
|Amazon||419||5||Steve Westheimer||United States||1,190,000||40|
|Amazon||419||6||Satoshi Tanaka||United States||375,000||13|
|Amazon||419||8||Kyle Mclean||United States||670,000||22|
|Amazon||420||1||Timothy Gilliam||United States||865,000||29|
|Amazon||420||2||Yulia Lisichkina||United States||910,000||30|
|Amazon||420||3||Ryan Franklin||United States||825,000||28|
|Amazon||420||4||Michael Thomas||United States||1,620,000||54|
|Amazon||420||6||Bruce Lentz||United States||450,000||15|
|Amazon||420||7||Nicholas Marsh||United States||575,000||19|
|Amazon||420||8||Levi Baysinger||United States||245,000||8|
|Amazon||421||1||Rupesh Pattni||United States||320,000||11|
|Amazon||421||2||Zachary Johnsen||United States||210,000||7|
|Amazon||421||3||Daniel Moravec||United States||610,000||20|
|Amazon||421||4||Harshvardhan Baghel||United States||735,000||25|
|Amazon||421||5||Victor Paredes||United States||925,000||31|
|Amazon||421||7||Justin Lapka||United States||1,455,000||49|
The tournament has ended for the night. Chip count and recap to follow.
On the last hand of the night, Sokunthea Voir raised, and Mark Seif potted for 320,000.
"All in. Let's go, baby," Ernest Smith said as he shoved for around 300,000.
Voir called all in for less.
Voir stayed ahead on the flop, but Seif made trips when the turn came . The on the river sealed the pot for Seif as Voir and Smith hit the payout desk right as players prepared to bag their chips for the night.
Dan Zack raised all in from the button and Ryan Franklin called for his last 385,000 from the big blind.
Franklin left Zack drawing thin when the flop gave him a flush. The board ran out and Franklin doubled, leaving Zack with a short-stack near the end of the night.
The player under the gun moved all in for 120,000 and Michael Thomas called from the button.
Thomas stayed ahead through the turn on a board of , then sealed the hand when the gave him a set.
Jeff Pringle shoved all-in preflop for 305,000 and his opponent called from behind, covering him.
The board ran out and Pringle chips up to 610,000 with two pair tens and fours.
Ryan Laplante was down to around 200,000 and pushed them all in against Sokunthea Voir.
Laplante got the help he needed on the flop, hitting top set, but Voir picked up the flush draw. Voir completed the flush on the turn, and after the river Laplante headed to the payout line near the end of the day.