WSOP PBKC Poker Updates

By | September 27, 2015

The world series of poker is currently hosting Palm Beach kennels clubs poker open. The main event of the tournament is of $1,675 No Limit Hold’em. In this particular event of WSOP, there were 303 players playing to win the title, last year which drew a very good $454,500 of cash pool prize.

Last year a pro poker player Florida named Tristan Wade won the final and grabbed a cash prize of $106,806. This was of course the first gold bracelet for Tristan Wade.

This years of tournament main event will take place from Friday at noon. As mentioned the main event of this year’s poker tournament is of $1,675 buy in.

Day 1 B of the WSOP Palm Beach Poker open saw a very good drew. A player Robert Kirsch of Florida got the maximum chip of the main event from the Day 1 b and succeeds to the next day of the gaming. He own 324,000 chip stakes and is now leading the tournament, whereas Andrew Denik got 207,500 of the first day of gaming.

The day 1 A of the precious tournament attracted 172 entries but at the end of the day total 30 players moved to the next day of the gaming. Here are the details of the players who booked for the second day of the gaming that is for the day 1 B.

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Jerry Wong (204,000),

John Holley (197,000)

Ryan Dunn (195,500),

Robert Hodson (194,500), and Chad Eveslage (175,000),

On Day 1 B of the tournament the total number of entrants were more than the day 1 A. The second day of the game got 221 number of total entries to which Robert Kirsch leaded the day by having 324,000 chips.

Here are the players who booked up to the third day of the prestigious poker gaming.

Robert kirsch having 324,000 chips and comes first. The second place goes to a player named Andrew Denik who has 207,500 chips to his own and third place goes to a player named jerry Wong, who collected 204,000 chips to himself. Rob Lebeau confirmed his place to next day of gaming and collected a number of shares of chips by having 201,500.John Holley gets total 197,000 points whereas Ryan Dunn got 165,500 to his name.