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Registration Closed After Final Break

Registration Closed After Final Break

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Saturday, January 20, 2024 9:20 PM Local Time

Registration Closed After Final Break

Roman Shainiuk leads the field at the end of registration 

After an already successful day 1A that saw 334 entries, Day 1B brought 408 more into the Thunder valley POKER room for a final combined tally of 742 entries and a massive $1,124,130 prizepool.

From this field, 62 players will advance to Day 2 to join the 51 survivors from Day 1A at 11 a.m. PT.

Everyone making it to Day 2 will be in the money, with final prizepool and payout details soon to be available.

For now, a look at the top of the chip counts shows Roman Shainiuk with 470,000. He’s the only player above 400,000 at this point with 126 players left. The rest of the top five breaks down as follows.

1. Roman Shainiuk – 470,000
2. Kaylen Lebaron – 377,000
3. Roman Dorokhin – 335,000
4. Nicholaus Wooderson – 325,000
5. Charlie Lai – 305,000

Other notables still fighting for a spot in Day 2 include:

Sridhar Reddy – 250,000
Travis Egbert – 211,000
Jarod Minghini – 204,000
Anthony Rocco – 200,000
Lexy Gavin-Mather – 199,000
Noel Rodriguez – 187,000
Rayo Kniep – 152,000
Charisse Case – 149,000
Nam Le – 115,000
Joseph Spanne – 92,000
Ian Steinman – 75,000
Lee Markholt – 58,000

Follow along all day at PokerOrg Instant, for extended coverage on the road to another WSOP Circuit Thunder Valley Main Event champion!

 

 

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