Monday, January 22, 2024 12:59 PM Local Time (about 29 days and 8 hours ago)
A Dozen Bounty Hunters are Back for Day 2
On a busy final day of the WSOP Circuit series here at Thunder Valley Casino Resort, no less than four rings are being awarded.
On of them is the conclusion to Event #13: $1,125 No-Limit Hold 'em Knockout Bounty. 161 bounty hunters turned out for Day 1 Sunday and just a dangerous dozen remain.
Those 12 players will be hunting $500 bounties again beginning at noon PT with the large end of the $161,000 prizepool also in their sights.
$20,870, a WSOP Circuit ring, and entry into the 2024 WSOP Tournament of Champions goes to the winner along with their bounties.
For full payout details, check the 'Prize Pool' tab above.
Entering the day it will be Roman Dorokhin bringing in the largest stack with 590,000 chips. Zachary Bright is not far behind him with 507,000, and Arish Nat sits third with 482,000.
For complete chip counts of the final 12, check out the 'reports' tab above.
Stay right here for updates as the final table is quickly reached and then a champion is crowned later in the day.
And be sure to keep an eye on PokerOrg Instant for extended coverage of the WSOP Circuit Thunder Valley Main Event.