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Level 8 (500/1,000/100)Total Entrants: 292Day 1C Entrants: 130 Day 1C has exceeded all expectations of player turnout with 130 registered so far. The second break of the day is here and there are only a few more minutes for players to get to the cage and fire in this growing prize pool. Once Level 9 starts, the total field size will be known and the prize pool posted shortly after then. As play resumes, the RunGood blog will return with coverage of the final four levels of the day as we move toward tomorrow's Day 2.
Level 8 (500/1,000/100)Total Entrants: 287Day 1C Entrants: 125 During the search for the chip leader, a few players were in contention for the top stack heading into the last four levels of play. Once we reached Shane Smith (pictured), the search was over. Smith is sitting behind a blockade of 10-stacks that equal 200,000. Smith's pace is lapping the field, with no one else over 125,000 at this stage. Smith is sitting on the direct right of Cody Pack, who is holding his own with 110,000. The 223,500 of Chris Staats is the overall number to beat and Smith is well on his way toward climbing over that mark. The next four levels will determine the final stack of Smith but at...
Level 7 (400/800/100)Total Entrants: 280Day 1C Entrants: 118 The local poker community is tight-knit in this neck of the woods and family combos playing together is the norm. Charles Scarsdale (pictured) is playing on Day 1C and over his shoulder, his father, Bill Scarsdale, who bagged on Day 1A, is grinding some cash before Day 2 starts tomorrow. The younger Scarsdale is gradually building his tournament resume and is looking for a score to close out the year. So far today, Charles is gradually building his stack as the second break of the day approaches. The Scarsdale's are playing to earn their seat onboard the RunGood Cruise this weekend and the odds swing more in their favor with each passing level.
Level 6 (300/600/75)Total Entrants: 266Day 1C Entrants: 104 Video Poker professional and live tournament enthusiast Greg Jennings (pictured) would rather brick 100 consecutive spins than miss a RG Main Event. Jennings travels frequently for tournaments and found himself in Las Vegas and St. Louis earlier this month. At the Bellagio Five Diamond Classic, Jennings earned his fair share of hand pays by cashing three times and finishing in the top-10 with each result. After that streak, Jennings hit the road St. Louis for the HPT Championship, where he placed 12th in a tough field that featured RunGood's Blair Hinkle. The progressive jackpot attempt for Jennings is now in DownStream where he is playing for a seat on the RG Cruise....