Ден 1bc Приключил
Ден 1bc Приключил
All Day 1's Complete For the 2020 Unibet Open Dublin Main Event; Max Silver Among Chip Leaders Heading to Day 2
Day 2 is now set, with 107 players advancing from all three flights. Max Silver is among the chip leaders with 213,000 while Weijie Zheng bagged the biggest stack with 371,000.
Day 1b and 1c played down alongside each other as the night wore down, and while a lot of big names like Dara O'Kearney, Jamie Nixon, Niall Farrell, Jack Hardcastle, and Mateusz Moolhuizen were unable to find a bag in Day 1b, they were able to bag a stack in the turbo final flight.
A total of 106 players advanced from the Day 1 flights, out of a total of 294 entries. The Day 2 seat assignments are below. Tune in at noon Saturday to follow the action as they play down to the final table.
|1||7||Dex de Jong||160,500|
|1||8||Jan van der Stroom||22,500|
|2||7||Apostol Virgil Beg||230,500|
|4||8||Aku Oskari Uotila||144,000|
|6||2||Zhi Quang Liu||30,000|
|10||1||Espen Uhlen Jorstad||77,500|
|14||4||Wim Anne Wesselink||160000|
Here's look at the final chip counts for Day 1c. While a lot of big names failed to bag a stack in Day 1a or 1b, many got through the Day 1c turbo flight. Unibet Ambassador Dara O'Kearney made it through and will come into Day 2 with a short stack.
Also qualifying from Day 1c are Ylva Thorsrud, Event #8 winner Filip Holmqvist, Niall Farrell, Alex Kulev, Jack Hardcastle, John Hanaphy, Monica Vaka, Alexandre Reard, Mateusz Moolhuizen, Henrik Tellving, and Jamie Nixon among others.
Here's a look at how the Day 1b qualifiers stacked up at the end of the day. Day 1c is still playing down the final few minutes of Level 10, so the final Day 2 field isn't quite set yet. At most, 44 players from Day 1c will join the players in this list, and the qualifiers from Day 1a, in tomorrow's Day 2.
End of Day recap will come once the dust settles on Day 1c.
The Hyper-Turbo has played hyper-fast and with action in Level 12, there are just 5 players (out of the original 20 entries) remaining in action with 4 paid. The remaining players are Leander Catteeuw, Noel Donaldson, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Kjell Hernstrom, and Bart Vanpee.
Payouts are as follows:
The final three hands in Day 1b are complete, and the remaining 39 players are currently counting and bagging their stacks. Final chip counts from Day 1b will be posted shortly.
Day 1c is still playing with action now in Level 9. There are 51 players remaining in action from the original 77 entries, and there's about 35 minutes of play left in the final flight.
The clock is paused 12:18 to go in Day 1b, and they will play three more hands before the night is over.
Across the room, Day 1c action is still hot and heavy with 55 of the original 77 players still in action and just over 2.5 levels to go before they also end for the night.
Apostol Virgil Beg started things off with a bet to 3,500 from early position in Day 1b action. It folded to John Dwyer in the big blind, and he called.
The heads up flop came and it checked around. Beg bet 6,000 after a check from Dwyer on the turn, but Dwyer check-raised to 17,000.
After a few seconds in the tank, Beg called, and the river went check-check. Beg showed down for flopped trips, and Dwyer mucked his hand.
Day 1c registration has just closed as the first break comes to an end. Day 1c saw a total of 77 entries, and combined with the 134 from Day 1b and the 83 from Day 1a, that brings the total entries to 294. That means they'll be playing for €294,000 total prize pool.
The payouts will be worked out shortly, but they are still playing down to find out how many players will make Day 2. Currently Day 1b has 47 remaining, while Day 1c has 66 players still at the felt.
There are about 30 minutes left to play in Day 1b, while Day 1c should finish in about an hour.
The final level of play for Day 1b has just begun, and just 52 players remain of the original 134. They have another hour to play before the surviving players bag their chips for the night, while across the room, Day 1c has just gone for their first break of the night. They have 74 players total in the field, with 63 still in action, and registration will close at the end of this 20 minute break.