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Eight players return for Day 3 of the Main Event including Josh Reichard, who will be trying to win his second gold ring of the series.
MILWAUKEE (February 13, 2017) – Day 2 of the Main Event finished just after midnight Monday with eight players remaining. Heading into the final day of the tournament with the lead will be Denise Pratt. Pratt won some huge pots on Day 2, including one at the end of the night with pocket aces. Joining Pratt at the final table is six-time gold ring winner Josh Reichard. Reichard already has one gold ring this series and is in the lead for the Casino Championship with a guaranteed 77.5 points.
Day 3 chip counts:
- Denise Pratt – 3,085,000
- Ala Aqel – 2,350,000
- Chad Wiedenhoeft – 1,895,000
- James Gregg – 1,860,000
- Garrett Riley – 1,340,000
- Nik Stone – 1,200,000
- Nicholas Pupillo – 1,115,000
- Josh Reichard – 695,000
- Day 3 will start at the beginning of Level 26: 15,000/30,000 with a 5,000 ante
Event #11: $580 No-Limit Hold’em got underway Sunday with 170 players registered.Day 1 finished with 14 players remaining. Day 2 is set to get underway at 1 p.m. Monday and play until the conclusion of the tournament.
Top five Day 2 chip counts:
1. Chirstopher Blik - 271,000
2. Justin Hankinson - 203,000
3. Brian McDaniel - 197,000
4. Konstantin Mikhailov - 194,000
5. Matthew Hamilton - 168,000
- Complete Day 2 Chip Counts
The final event of the series gets underway Monday at 11 a.m. It is a one-day tournament with 30-minute levels. This is the last time for players to accumulate points toward the Potawatomi Casino Championship.
Here is a look at Monday's schedule at Potawatomi:
Gold Ring Events:
Event #9: $1,675 MAIN EVENT – 12 p.m. – Day 3
- Denis Pratt leads with eight players remaining
- The winner will earn $208,184, a WSOP Circuit gold ring and an entry to the 2017 Global Casino Championship
- The final eight players are all guaranteed a cash of at least $24,534
- All remaining levels are 60 minutes long
Event #11: $580 No-Limit Hold’em – 3 p.m.
- The tournament drew 170 players
- The top 18 players cashed
- First place is worth $22,950 and a WSOP Circuit gold ring
- Table Draw
Event #12: $365 No-Limit Hold’em – 11 p.m.
- Players start with 10,000 tournament chips
- Blinds begin at 25/50
- Registration remains open until the start of Level 9 (3:20 p.m.)
- Players are allowed one re-entry
- All levels are 30 minutes long
- There is a 45-minute dinner break after Level 12
- This is a one-day event
- 9 a.m. - $65 Mega Satellite into Event #12 (re-entry
Josh Reichard is the leader in the Casino Championship heading into the final day of play at the Potawatomi series. Reichard has 50 points from winning the pot-limit omaha event earlier in the series and he is guaranteed at least another 27.5 points for making it the final eight players in the Main Event.
The winner of the Casino Championship will earn a free seat to the 2017 Global Casino Championship where they will play for a minimum $1 million prizepool and a gold bracelet.
Potawatomi Casino Championship Leaderboard
- Note: the leaderboard automatically updates overnight.
Completed Ring Events:
Event #1: $365 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry – Ty Veras defeated 1,272 players to earn $67,726
Event #2: $580 No-Limit Hold’em – Yousef Anbar defeated 235 players to earn $29,371
Event #3: $365 No-Limit Hold’em (30-minute levels) – Winston Ackerman defeated 324 players to earn $22,842
Event #4: $365 No-Limit Hold’em – Leon Gao defeated 179 players to earn $14,500
Event #5: $365 Pot-Limit Omaha Re-Entry – Josh Reichard defeated 227 players to earn $17,021
Event #6: $365 No-Limit Hold’em Six Max – Travis Lauson defeated 247 players to earn $19,639
Event #7: $365 No-Limit Hold’em Monster Stack – Eric Guth defeated 532 players to earn $34,310
Event #8: $2,200 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em – Nadya Magnus defeated 119 players to earn $71,398
Event #10: $365 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo – Byron Ziebell defeated 266 players to earn $19,547
For the full schedule of
events here at the Potawatomi series and more information on the 2016/17
WSOP Circuit, please use the links below.