Day 1B of the World Series of Poker Main Event at Planet Hollywood is complete. The chip leader from Day 1A is Andrew Crookston who bagged up 269,500 in chips. Rounding out the top four from today’s flight include: Javier Zarco (258,000), Ben Graham (248,000), and Sean Berrios (243,500).

Two sets of family members made it through in today’s flight. Liz Tedder bagged 139,000 and her father bagged 146,000. Brothers Aaron Massey (117,500) and Ralph Massey (162,500) also both bagged in today’s flight.

Day 1A chip leader Maurice Hawkins is at the head of the leaderboard heading into Day 2 with 345,000. Hawkins is followed by: Shaun Davis (331,000), Dale Beaudoin (306,000), David Song (304,000), Kainula McCue-Unciano (299,000), and Crookston, leader of Day 1B (269,500).

Others advancing from today’s flight included: Gavin Smith (82,000), Erick Lindgren (41,000), Ryan Reiss (154,000), Justin Schwartz (100,500), and Kathy Liebert (124,000).

Notable players eliminated from play today included former November Niners Jake Balsiger, Dennis Phillips, and Joseph Cheong,

Day 1A of the event attracted 551 entries on Friday, and another 753 registered on Day 1B for a total of 1,304 entries. Only 241 advanced to Day 2 (93 from Friday and 148 from Saturday). The total prize pool is 1,956,000. The final payout schedule will be released sometime tomorrow but we anticipate approximately 135 players will be paid.

In addition to the first-place prize, the winner of the Main Event will earn a free entry into 2016 WSOP Global Casino Championship. That invitation-only event will have a minimum prize pool of $1,000,000, and the free entry is valued at $10,000.

Play resumes Sunday at noon for Day 2.

Here are the top ten chip counts heading into Day 2. Full chip counts available here.

1 – Maurice Hawkins – 345,000
2 – Shaun Davis – 331,000
3 – Dale Beaudoin – 306,000
4 – David Song – 304,000
5 – Kainula McCue-Unciano – 299,000
6 – Andrew Crookston – 269,500
7 – Ali Rabah – 267,000
8 – Kane Lai – 263,000
9 – Javier Zarco – 258,000
10 – Ben Graham – 248,000