After a frantic half hour of play in which five of the remaining seven players were eliminated, last men standing Cary Marshall and Dan Lowery struck a deal to chop the remaining prize pool. At the time of the deal, Marshall held 2,700,000 chips to Lowery's 1,800,000. As chip leader at the time of the deal, Marshall is declared the $180 RGPS Deepstack champion and will take home $8,362 and the RG Medallion for the event.
Contratulations to Cary Marshall for your performance in the tournament!
Lowery receives $7,676 for his performance in the tournament.
We'll be back in the morning with a recap of the Deepstack and PLO events, not to mention the outcome of the 7 p.m. Mega Satellite.