George Dolofan Holds Overall Chip Lead After WSOPC Seminole Coconut Creek Main Event Day 1b
Day 1b of the 2019 World Series of Poker Circuit at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Event 10: $1,700 Main Event is in the books after a long day of action on Saturday.
Some 321 players took their shot in the second starting flight to bring the total number of entries up to 617. At the end of the day, 64 players survived to join the 57 from Day 1a for a total of 121 remaining players.
Three players bagged more chips than Day 1a chip leader Mihaly Lukacs, including George Dolohan, who advanced with 423,000. That is good enough for the overall chip lead. He was closely followed Neal Corcoran, who finished with 419,000, and Terri-Anne Crawford, who was spotted as the chip leader midway through the day with a huge stack and ended up bagging 411,500.
A few other players who advanced to Day 2 included Andrew Lauer (224,500), Hyndi Khomutetsky (207,500) and Jose Reyes (156,000), just to name a few.
The day was filled with big coolers and hands as quads were seen a number of times as well as a straight flush. However, the wildest came early in the day when yells were heard throughout the room with several people converging on one table. One of the rarest circumstances in all of poker had occurred as the quad aces of Evan Teitelbaum bested the quad kings of his opponent when an ace on the turn overcame the king-ace-king flop.
Top 10 Chip Counts Headed Into Day 2
The players who survived Day 1a and Day 1b will converge for Day 2 on Sunday at noon local time at level 16 which PokerNews will cover in its entirety.
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