2016 WSOPC Caribbean: Welcome to Day 2 of Event #3

NLHE Event #3 Day 2 43/236

The very first World Series of Poker Circuit ring winner of the inaugural Caribbean stop at the Casino Royale on Sint Maarten will be determined today. Day 2 of the NLHE $365 will recommence in one hour from now at 3.30 p.m. local time and William “Timmy” Hicks leads the 43 survivors out of a 236-entry strong field.

The tournament has not reached the money yet, as only the top 24 spots will share a portion of the $70,800 prize pool and a min cash is worth $670. The winner takes home $17,700 and the Circuit ring. All blind levels until the final will last 40 minutes each and then increase to 50 minutes once the final nine have been determined. The first blind level of the day comes with 1,200-2,400 and a running ante of 400.

Among the big stacks and notables upon restart are Robbie Bakker (159,000), Day 1b chip leader Hatice Demir (127,100), Rodrigue Robineau (118,800) and Day 1c leader Werner Eder (109,500). Mario Eder (99,500), Ben Beighle (89,400), Pierre Goetz (89,000), Austria’s Poker Royale boss Peter Hajszan (72,700) and Layne Flack (66,900) are also among those to look out for.

Besides Day 2 of Event #3, there will also be the start of Event #10, a $365 Six-Handed Event that awards the second WSOP Circuit Ring, as of 6 p.m. local time. A dedicated $65 Turbo Satellite for it starts at 4 p.m. and another edition of yesterday’s $135 Survivor Event kicks off at 9 p.m. local time.

Day 2 Seat Draw

Table Seat Player Country Chip Count
3 1 Layne Flack USA 66,900
3 2 Christophe Enrici Sint Maarten 64,000
3 3 Claudette Nannini Sint Maarten 74,000
3 4 David Donoghue UK 20,200
3 5 Wener Eder Austria 109,500
3 6 Christophe Rosso Sint Maarten 74,400
3 7 Jacco van Limpt Netherlands 63,700
4 1 Mohammed Elmazouni Netherlands 71,400
4 2 Tommie Janssen Netherlands 73,500
4 3 Rodrigue Robineau Sint Maarten 118,800
4 4 Frederic Maniez Sint Maarten 57,900
4 5 Donald Spence USA 42,300
4 6 Julien Bonnel France 78,400
4 7 Jean Pierre Didier France 86,600
8 1 Erwin Hammer Austria 16,700
8 2 Hatice Demir Sint Maarten 127,100
8 3 Bernard Chetrit Guadeloupe 52,000
8 4 Patrick Alain Sint Maarten 34,400
8 5 Sean Stoll Trinidad & Tobago 13,200
8 6 Peter Hajszan Austria 72,700
8 7 Felix Sang Netherlands 50,300
8 8 Dietmar Wapp Austria 34,100
9 1 Tahar Slamani France 55,700
9 2 Jose Delgado USA 46,700
9 3 Arman Bosnakyan Canada 48,300
9 4 Stephane Genet Sint Maarten 76,000
9 5 Ben Beighle USA 89,400
9 6 Robbie Bakker Netherlands 159,000
9 7 Angelo Flanders Sint Maarten 43,800
11 1 Augusto Cavazzini Italy 52,600
11 2 Johan Dijkhoffz Sint Maarten 53,600
11 3 Brett Murray Canada 18,900
11 4 Marvin Browne Sint Maarten 80,000
11 5 Mohamed Nahed Sint Maarten 63,400
11 6 Mario Eder Austria 99,500
11 7 Jose Duzanson Sint Maarten 16,200
12 1 Cedric Cavalier Martinique 7,800
12 2 William Hicks USA 202,900
12 3 Ashram Ragoonanan Trinidad & Tobago 39,200
12 4 David Allafort France 43,600
12 5 Dueval Fenton Sint Maarten 41,800
12 6 Pierre Goetz Sint Maarten 89,000
12 7 Chan Ping Hsiung Austria 88,600
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