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Colin Moll Bags the Day 1C Chip Lead, Third Overall

Colin Moll Bags the Day 1C Chip Lead, Third Overall

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Sunday, March 24, 2024 2:26 AM Local Time

Colin Moll Bags the Day 1C Chip Lead, Third Overall


The final starting flight of the flagship event her at Turning Stone in Vernon, NY has come to a close and to say that this flight did it’s part in pumping up the prize pool would be an understatement.

The day brought in a total of 606 entries, generating a massive $918,090 to be added to the total prize pool. Of those original 606, just 66 managed to find their way to a bag, securing a seat in the Day 2 session tomorrow.

There’s a lot of notable names that bagged this flight including Chris Washburn (575,000), Esther “E-Tay” Taylor (635,000) and Chris Meyers (903,000), but they’re all looking up at the day’s chip leader after Colin Moll put 944,00 in the bag to close out the day. Moll had neared 1,100,000 but lost a pot late in the day.

A couple of other notable names include Dominic Ferrauilo, who only managed to end the day with 22,000 chip, but this event marks his seventh cash of the series which is impressive considering there’s only 18 events on the schedule.

Another name to keep an eye on from here on out is the 2022 champion of this very event, Joseph Rice, who will bring 332,000 with in on his quest to make a run at a second Turing Stone Main Event title in three years.

Play for the Day 2 session begins tomorrow, Sunday, March 24th at noon when 124 total remaining players will sit down to Level 18 (6,000/12,000/12,000) and 60-minute levels with the intention of finding a bag for the Day 3 finale.

Top 10 Flight 1C Chip Counts:

1st: Colin Moll – 944,000 2nd: Alex Gladunov – 915,000 3rd: Chris Meyers – 903,000 4th: Eugene Layne – 903,000 5th: Thomas Sherman – 872,000 6th: Dave Kaplan – 755,000 7th: Cindy Spier – 694,000 8th: Esther “E-Tay” Taylor – 635,000 9th: Ethan Bennett – 611,000 10th: Sherwin Agard – 576,000

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