03/23/18 09:39:25 AM PST (about 5 minutes ago)
Timothy McReynolds Takes One on the River
Four players see the flop comes , Timothy McReynolds checks from the small blind. The big blind and hijack both check and Edward Dixon bets 275 from the cutoff. McReynolds is the only caller.
Both players check the on the turn and the river is the . McReynolds leads out for 1,000 and Dixon quickly folds.
Timothy McReynolds - 24,000
Edward Dixon - 23,500
03/23/18 09:31:57 AM PST (about 13 minutes ago)
John Lopez Gets Maurice Hawkins Talking
While talking about the result of a previous hand, Maurice Hawkins raises to 150 from early position. Hawkins is in the middle of a conversation about a hand he lost a few hands earlier when a player chimes in.
"You're the one that got lucky," the player says.
"We've already established that you busted the tournament yesterday in level three. You shouldn't be giving poker advice," Hawkins says with a smile.
Meanwhile, Hawkins raise gets three callers.
The flop is and Hawkins is the first to bet, making it 500. John Lopez is the lone caller. The turn is the and Lopez checks. Hawkins bets 1,500 and Lopez calls.
Both players check the on the river and Lopez wins the hand with .
Hawkins flips his cards in his hand for a moment before mucking.
"This is getting funny," he says, "I'm gonna win the tournament."
John Lopez - 22,000
Maurice Hawkins - 16,000
03/23/18 09:22:04 AM PST (about 22 minutes ago)
87 Entries Already
About halfway through Level 1, there are already 87 players registered, including 10-time Circuit ring winner Maurice Hawkins, six-time ring winner Dan Lowery, Russ Head, and Ravi Raghavan.
03/23/18 09:01:12 AM PST (about 43 minutes ago)
Shuffle Up and Deal!
Cards are in the air and Day 1B is officially underway.
03/23/18 08:31:58 AM PST (about 1 hour and 13 minutes ago)
Day 1B of the WSOP Circuit Main Event Starts at 11 a.m.
Welcome to WSOP.com's coverage of the Circuit Main Event at the Hard Rock Tulsa!
Today is the second of three starting flights for this event, which features a $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool. The tournament kicked off yesterday with Day 1A sending a total of 13 players through to Day 2. Jonathan Poche led with 379,000.
Here's the key info for this year's event:
- Players start with 20,000 in chips.
- Day 1 will play 16 levels.
- Levels 1-16 are 40 minutes each. Levels 16+ are 60 minutes.
- Late registration is open until the start of Level 13 (approximately 9:00 p.m.).
- There will be a 90-minute dinner break after Level 9 (approximately 5:30 p.m.) and shorter breaks every two hours.
- There is one remaining starting flight after today - Saturday at 11:00 AM.
- Players may re-enter one time per flight but are limited to a maximum of four (4) total entries.