WSOPC Tulsa - March 18th, 2018 - Day Four Part One

The Excitement Builds
March 18th, 2018
Day Four Part One
Two more flights of the $250,000 guarantee ring event fired off yesterday. Flight C exploded with 503 entrants and flight D followed up with 411 entrants. 192 players will advance to Day 2 with hero Mark Fink leading the way with 325,000 chips. Festivities yesterday also included a meet greet with 2003 World Series of Poker Champion and Poker Boom Legend Chris Moneymaker at the RunGood Store. Autographs and pictures were available from 3PM to 4PM for fans eager to meet him. The official WSOP recap can be found here.


$365 250K GTD Day 2 Chip Counts:

First Name Last Name Chip Count T S
Mark Fink 325,000 4 6
Travis Taylor 290,000 2 1
Tyler Young 207,500 4 8
Chase Cudmore 201,500 38 8
Travis Sampson 198,500 20 3
Julian Gilden 174,000 29 4
Dustin Hill 172,500 37 7
Brian Coreen 169,000 40 6
Nicholas Burris 160,000 21 5
Chris Moneymaker 155,500 21 9
John Newcombe 155,000 2 9
Michael Hamblin 153,000 47 6
Jesse Mull 151,000 12 3
Vincent Berrios 149,500 39 2
Sayed Khan 145,500 40 5
James Hart 142,500 40 4
Aaron Lein 139,500 21 1
Brady McDonald 139,000 31 4
Gary Lynch 139,000 13 1
Alexander Coleman 137,500 29 1
Matthew Speed 133,500 3 1
Austin Hughes 132,500 20 4
Michael Sanders 130,500 47 5
Jesse Jones 128,000 13 5
Josh Smith 128,000 47 3
Chris Georgakis 128,000 13 2
Neil Scott 126,000 37 1
Charles Bass 125,500 4 3
Rogers Patterson 121,500 11 3
Caleb Sanders 120,500 12 9
Joshua Evans 120,500 48 1
Michael Beaty 119,500 21 8
Michael Cooper 119,000 29 2
Bob Mather 116,000 37 9
Tim Woelk 115,500 13 9
Trais Baker 115,500 21 4
Clarence Eldridge 113,500 22 7
Dustin Messner 113,500 10 5
Jack Wright 111,500 39 8
Justin Martinez 110,000 31 6
George Koshy 109,000 20 1
Samuel Rivas 108,000 4 5
Damon Wedel 107,500 31 1
Chevis Sokolosky 106,000 31 9
John Heckakamp 102,500 11 6
Jeff Tolbert 101,500 3 4
Katherine Bower 100,500 3 5
Jerry Thuronan 100,000 21 6
Josh Sandoval 99,500 40 1
Tu Huynh 98,100 40 3
Roger Ruchmann 97,500 30 1
Chad Story 96,000 22 8
Clarence Prevost 95,000 20 5
Brady Robbins 94,500 30 2
Jacob Phillips 92,500 11 4
Richard Stone 92,000 39 6
Sam Adelson 91,500 31 3
Tim Woodson 91,500 20 2
Edward Welch 91,000 28 8
Michael Brandt 90,000 21 2
Jason White 89,500 3 9
Cory Smith 88,000 28 7
Nikhil Chakravarthy 84,500 2 3
James Traher 84,000 37 4
Yordanos Mebrahtu 84,000 12 1
Vi Luu 83,500 19 5
Joseph Wech 82,500 48 8
Don Moore 81,500 12 2
Cody Pettit 81,500 38 2
Miles Taylor 81,000 2 2
Martin Hopson 79,000 28 2
Jerry Gilchrist 78,500 13 4
Rania Nasreddine 78,000 29 9
Andy Hudson 76,500 4 9
John Reynolds 76,500 49 3
Trung Pham 75,500 12 8
Michael Hulme 74,500 38 4
Marlon Gabriel 73,500 38 7
Clyde Walters 73,000 19 8
David Alexander 71,500 31 2
Chris Conrad 70,500 13 3
Mark Were 70,000 30 3
Susie Benzel 70,000 20 7
Cesar Andrade 70,000 22 6
Amanda Daniels 68,500 28 6
Judith Osborn 68,500 37 3
Michael Lipscomb 68,500 37 6
Greg Radosh 68,000 22 4
Susan Hazelgrove 67,599 30 8
David Noyes 67,500 39 1
Jason Williams 67,000 11 1
Mstr Lynch 66,500 40 2
Kevin Waguespack 66,500 47 8
Mashir Ichan 66,000 47 1
Chris Wood 65,500 2 6
Mike Waterstraist 64,500 4 7
James Reeder 64,000 13 6
Mark Pruitt 64,000 11 5
Daniel Morris 64,000 30 7
Matthew Collier 63,500 19 6
Jonathan Aulepp 63,500 48 3
Debbie Inman 63,500 49 5
Tac Tac 63,500 11 8
Francis McKeon 61,500 49 4
Geran Sanders 60,000 22 2
Robert Cote 60,000 10 8
Phil Pickle 59,000 38 9
Tommy Farley 59,000 37 2
Edgar Mascorro 59,000 38 1
Kevin Beers 58,500 12 7
Jose Gonzalez 58,500 28 3
Patrick Ridenour 58,000 19 2
Paul Stratman 58,000 40 9
Raymond Bowker 57,500 3 3
Robert Michel 57,500 19 1
Louise Quintana 57,000 11 9
Myke Hibler 56,000 28 9
Chris Lawson 56,000 3 6
Jason Kinder 56,000 39 5
Gil George 55,500 19 9
Anthony Bogard 55,100 4 2
Will Berry 54,000 48 9
Scott Krehmerer 53,000 19 7
Phil Mader 53,000 2 8
Jon  Epstein 53,000 49 7
Ricky Myers 51,500 3 2
Craig Welko 51,000 20 6
Askia Ingram 51,000 10 2
Ryan Hanneman 49,500 38 6
Alex Hoff 47,500 48 6
Charles Hillard 47,000 40 7
Lauren Bundi 47,000 37 8
Bridget Hickman 46,500 13 8
Jim Wilson 46,000 2 4
Colin Perry 45,000 20 9
Stan Breedlove 45,000 47 4
Frankie Howerton 45,000 10 4
Michael Giant 44,500 30 9
Michael McMillin 44,500 13 7
William Scarsdale 43,500 2 7
Tim Black 43,500 47 7
Brent Bogdanovecz 43,000 10 6
Chris Daniels 42,500 11 2
Kent Lang 42,500 12 4
Grant Elmer 42,000 22 3
Vic Harris 42,000 29 8
Dmitry Savplyev 41,500 4 1
Mike Nelson 41,000 31 8
Justin Hutton 41,000 39 9
David Cantrell 40,500 38 3
Jason Swall 40,000 4 4
Travis Wycoff 39,500 29 3
Bob Holmes 38,000 28 1
Jerry  Hunter 38,000 30 4
Chris Spencer 38,000 22 9
Nick Lanzi 38,000 2 5
Kenny Proctor 37,500 3 8
Shane Fullar 37,000 48 4
Kenneth Tramel 36,000 30 6
Michael Kennedy 35,500 48 5
Jim Sybirnt 35,000 47 9
Frank Huschle 34,000 10 1
Ben Ross 34,000 19 3
Terry Oliver 34,000 12 6
Long Nguyen 34,000 39 4
Randall Coorville 33,000 20 8
Byron Abernathy 33,000 47 2
Cheryl Baugus 32,000 31 7
Zack Lawmaster 31,500 29 7
James Mandrell 31,500 49 2
Greg Jennings 31,000 39 7
Matt Hartigan 30,000 49 9
Michael Coleman 30,000 48 2
Jason Ashford 29,500 10 3
Brian Jones 28,000 19 4
David Pruitt 27,000 10 7
Clay Henry 25,500 21 3
Aaron Ahpeatone 25,500 40 8
Mike Ferguson 24,000 10 9
Luc Galka 24,000 49 8
Albert Quintana 21,500 3 7
Homer Tipton 19,500 38 5
Jason Royman 19,000 28 4
Sarah Renko 19,000 49 6
Kristin Hutton 18,500 48 7
Nancy Woody 18,500 39 3
Kevin Unkel 17,500 22 1
Milburn Barton 17,000 29 6
Chris Horvath 14,000 49 1
Daniel Parshall 11,500 21 7
Gary Snyder 7,000 12 5
Farzad Abbaszadeh 4,000 11 7


Events going today are:

2:00 PM - Event #3: $365 No-Limit Hold'em 1-Day

  • 10,000 starting stack
  • 20-minute blinds
  • Unlimited entries until the close of registration (start of Level 9 at ~6:40 p.m.)
  • 10-minute breaks every two hours
  • 30-minute break after Level 8 at ~6:10 p.m.
  • Play ends once a winner is crowned
  • Structure

Restarts
12:00 PM - DAY 2 Event #2: $365 No-Limit Hold'em $250K GTD

  • Day 2 resumes Sunday at Noon
  • Mark Fink leads with 325,000, Chris Moneymaker sits on 155,500
  • Play concludes once a winner is crowned
  • Chip Counts
10:00 AM - $250 Seniors Event I (Unofficial ring event)
    • 10,000 starting stack
    • 30-minute blinds
    • Unlimited entries until the close of registration (start of Level 9 at ~2:30 p.m.)
    • 15-minute breaks every two hours
    • 60-minute dinner break after Level 14 at ~5:45 p.m.
    • Play ends once a winner is crowned
    • Structure

    Phil Mader currently sits as the Seniors Event #1 defending champ from last year.


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