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Level 12 (1500/2500/2500)Total Day 1C Entrants: 125Total Entries: 385Day 1C Players Remaining: 23 Five minutes are left in Level 12 and the tournament director has stopped the clock. Seven more hands will be dealt to complete Day 1 play. The chip lead changed since our last update. Shawn McCracken (pictured) now holds 358,000 chips, surpassing Flight A chip leader Greg Jennings. McCracken tells us he came by his new found chips by being on the right side of a set-over-set cooler against Chris "Hortski" Horter. Only time will tell if McCracken can hold onto his chips to maintain the overall chip lead going into Day 2.
Level 12 (1500/2500/2500)Total Day 1C Entrants: 125Total Entries: 385Day 1C Players Remaining: 27 The pace of play has slowed as we near the end of the final Day 1 flight. Average and above average stacks are playing small ball while the short stacks have tightened up, knowing that any pot they play could be their last. To illustrate, here's one of the few hands from Level 11 that actually made it to the river, if not a showdown. Christopher "Pug" Juul raises to 4,500 from late position, and gets one caller in Phillip Teel in the big blind. The dealer spreads a flop of T♣9♠9♦. Teel checks and Juul continues for 5,000. Teel calls. The Q♠ hits the felt on the turn,...
Level 11 (1000/2000/2000)Total Day 1C Entrants: 125Total Entries: 385Day 1C Players Remaining: 35 Level 11 is underway and we've surveyed the stacks to bring you an updated leaderboard. Rich Dixon (pictured) had 240,000 at his peak but still leads Flight C with 195,000. Here are the current leaders heading into the last hour of Day 1 play: Rich Dixon - 195,000Shawn McCracken - 168,000Lonny Weitzel - 151,000Jerry Moore - 143,500Louie Huynh - 126,000Will Berry - 117,500Phillip Teel - 116,000Kiran Suram - 103,000Jamie Strickland - 103,000
Level 9 (600/1200/1200)Total Day 1C Entrants: 125Total Entries: 385Day 1C Players Remaining: 47 The official totals are in and we have a new record for entries into RGPS Main Event at the Tulsa Hard Rock. A total of 385 players have entered, beating the old record of 381 from February 2017. The official prize pool comes to $231,000, and 45 places will be paid. We'll publish the complete payout schedule as soon as it becomes available.