Welcome to Day 2 of the 6-Handed Event #10
The second out of nine World Series of Poker Circuit rings will be awarded today at the Caribbean Festival on Sint Maarten. Out of a 61-entry strong field, only nine remain for Day 2 of the $365 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Event and Wilhelmus “Willie Janssen” is in the lead with 122,300 followed by Aroon Maharaj with 100,300 and Switzerland’s Joachim Lob with 91,000.
Tommie Janssen (80,100) and Frederic Maniez (54,900) cashed in the $365 NLHE Event #3 and then jumped right into the six-handed action to bag up chips. The other finalists are Mohamed Bourhaleb (75,400), Sean Stoll (73,200), Alexandre Annovazzi (66,800) and Michael Lech (61,000).
Day 2 Seat Assignments
|1||4||Aroon Maharaj||Trinidad & Tobago||100,300|
|2||3||Sean Stoll||Trinidad & Tobago||73,200|
|2||4||Frederic Maniez||Sint Maarten||54,900|
The action will recommence in half an hour from now with level 15 and blinds of 1,200-2,400 with a running ante of 400. As of Day 2, the level duration increases to 40 minutes and will be 50 minutes on the seven-handed final table. When the two tables are combined to one, the bubble will have burst. A min-cash is worth $940, but all eyes are set on the first-place payout of $6,400 and the elusive WSOP Circuit ring that comes along with it.
What else is happening today? The third Ring Event of the festival kicks off, the $365 Monster Stack will provide 15 levels of 30 minutes each for Day 1 and all players receive 20,000 in chips. The re-entry and registration period will be open until the start of level 10.
Schedule for November 8th 2016
3.30 p.m.: Day 2 $365 Six-Handed Event #10
4.00 p.m.: $65 Mega Satellite to Event #13 with $380 in prizes to be awarded, 3,000 chips, 10 minute levels
6.00 p.m.: $365 Monster Stack Ring Event #13 Day 1, 15×30 minute levels, 20,000 in chips
9.00 p.m.: $135 Survivor Event #14 – top 20% receive $500 each