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Giuseppe Pantaleo Leads 12 Remining Players into Day 3 of WSOPc Las Vegas Main Event

Giuseppe Pantaleo Leads 12 Remining Players into Day 3 of WSOPc Las Vegas Main Event

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Tuesday, April 2, 2024 12:42 AM Local Time

Giuseppe Pantaleo Leads 12 Remining Players into Day 3 of WSOPc Las Vegas Main Event

 

12 players have navigated their way through Day 2 of Event #16: $1,700 No Limit Holdem Main Event and will return to battle to a winner on Tuesday at 12 p.m. local time. A total of 131 players returned for Day 2 in hopes of getting one step closer winning a World Series of POKER Main Event Ring. They all have $14,278 locked up out of the $1,013,535 prize pool but they will obviously all have their eye on the $192,831 top prize.

The players held nothing back on Day 2. The chips were flying and players were getting in the mix. Some big names found their way into Day 2 of the main. One of the best online MTT players of all time, Chris Moorman, took his shot but would fall just after the three table redraw. Two time bracelet winners Scott Ball and Eric Baldwin both went deep and held chips but could not finish the job. Anthony Hu was looking strong and taking down pots early-on but a few flips didn’t go his way and he would fall 16th. 

However, there are still plenty of crushers in the final 12. Peter Hengsakul has already been heads up for a ring this series and will look to make it there again on Day 3. Nick Marchington held chip lead for most of the day but will enter Day 3 in a comfortable 4th place to start the day. WSOP bracelet winner Giuseppe Pantaleo is sitting in pole position with a healthy stack of 2,800,000 but there are players right on his heals. Italy’s Mario Colavita is hanging tough with 2,490,000 and Kevin Calenzo sits with 2,390,000 to round out the top three.

Remaining players and chips:

 Place   First   Last   Chip Count   Big Blinds 
         1  Giussepe   Pantelao           2,800,000                56
         2  Mario   Colavita           2,490,000                50
         3  Kevin   Calenzo           2,390,000                48
         4  Nick   Marchington           2,270,000                45
         5  Baurzhn   Akimov           2,100,000                42
         6  Peter   Hengsakul           2,005,000                40
         7  Jonah   Labranche           1,420,000                28
         8  Harvey   Alegado           1,105,000                22
         9  Terry   Fleischer           1,100,000                22
      10  Norton   Balber               900,000                18
      11  Blaise   Ingoglia               895,000                18
      12  Yi   Gou               545,000                11

 

The players will be returning to the actual POKER room on the floor of the Horseshoe Las Vegas to take their last shot at the prize money, the WSOP gold Circuit ring, a seat in the tournament of champions, and the glory.

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