WPO Video Series
Event 1 – $2,000,000 GTD
Level 19 (4,000/8,000/1,000)
Total Entries: 5,101
Total Remaining: 570
Average Stack: 223,000
This Day 2 field is on their first break of the day and right before that break, Michael Guzzardi won a massive hand to shoot himself up the Event 1 leaderboard. He’s now playing just under 750,000 and while this field is not yet in the money, the bubble should burst when play resumes in Level 20.
Level 11 (600/1,200/200)
Total Day 1E Entries: 1,447
Total Event 1 Entries: 3,650
This field has built it’s way over the 3,600 player mark and while everyone who plays this opening $2,000,000 guaranteed event hope to get to the final table this weekend, there are only a select few that knows what that feels like. Kenny Levine is one of those players, as he final tabled this event last year after a marathon Day 2 session.
Another huge prize pool has brought Levine back to the Borgata and during the last break, we were able to catch up with Levine, talking going back to back, his relaxed attitude at the table and his new one man fan club.
Level 7 (250/500/50)
Total Day 1E Entries: 1,250
Total Event 1 Entries: 3,452
This Day 1E flight has just come back from it’s second break of the day and while this field continues to work towards Day 2, we caught up with Christian Soto, who is already comfortably slotted into that restart. Soto bagged the biggest stack in yesterday’s Day 1C session and during the break, we caught up with him to talk about flatting pocket aces, deep stacked tournament play and how he’s going to approach the rest of this $2,000,000 GTD event.
After a busy start to 2016, Asher Conniff flew back from Florida and bagged chips in yesterday’s Day 1A flight. He’ll have a few days off before he comes back for Friday’s Day 2 session and we were able to catch up with the BorgataPoker.com pro to talk online poker, the growth of satellite winners in BPO events and some of his plans for the new year.
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