RG Tulsa Main Event (Day 1A): Charles Bass Climbing Late

Level 12 (1,200/2,400/400)
Day 1A Entrants: 71
Players Remaining: 13
Chip Average: 109,200

It didn't seem possible earlier but Dan Lowery is no longer with us in Day 1A of the RunGood Main Event. The last of Lowery's chips now reside in the stack of Charles Bass (pictured), who also took the liberty of busting out RG ambassador Ben Reason. 

On a board of AJ3, Reason got the last of his chips in with A♠J♠ and was crushed by the J♣J of Bass. No ace came and Reason will try tomorrow.

Lowery lost every conceivable pot to Bass and busted to him a few minutes ago. Bass managed to double with AQ against Lowery's A♣9♣ for 43,000 at the start of Level 12 and has climbed from there.

With a few minutes left in the night, Bass is playing 165,000 and among the chip leaders. When play wraps up at the end of the level, a full recap will be posted of the day's action and a look at the chip counts from the flight. 


Matt Clark
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