Matt Skeadas had a good start after the dinner break but is temporarily hit the rail. He shared with PokerNews how it went down.
Leon Louis opened for 2,700 from under the gun before Philip Grazette jammed from one seat over for 30,500. The action folded around to Skeadas in the big blind who four-bet jammed 75,000.
Louis had both players covered and made the call.
The ran out on the board and Grazette tripled up. Meanwhile, Louis won the side pot to win a small amount in the hand.
Skeadas shared that he plans to enter the turbo Day 1d flight in hopes of advancing to Day 2.
Krzysztof Pregowski appears to be having a grand old time win or lose. He just won some chips before giving them back.
In the first hand, Pregowski raised to 6,000 from early position and was called by Chinthaka Fernando in middle position.
Both players checked the entire board.
Fernando turned over the and the table got a good laugh after Pregowski turned over the for a rivered pair. They got an even better laugh after he turned over the .
The next hand, Gary Miller opened the button for 3,200 and Pregowski called. Pregowski check-called a bet of 2,800 after the came on the flop.
Pregowski checked in the dark before he called a bet of 3,400 after the came on the turn. He checked in the dark again before he called a bet of 4,200 after the came on the river.
Miller turned over and won the pot after Pregowski showed .
The turbo Day 1d flight is up to 44 entrants and counting. Meanwhile, Day 1c also attracted a couple of new entrants with the field size up to 222.
Alan Dean was down to just a few big blinds and got them in the middle good with . Matt Skeadas called and turned over .
Two queens hit the board to give Skeadas trips and to send Dean to the rail.
Joshua O'Conner opened for 2,500 before he called a jam by Palne Szaszak to 27,600.
Szaszak was behind but quickly pulled ahead in the hand after he paired the flop. He won the hand after the came on the turn followed by the on the river.
O'Conner was left short after the hand and dusted off his stack soon after.
The turbo Day 1d flight has also just begun with about two dozen players in the field.
PokerNews will not be tracking hands from this flight but will provide a total number of entrants, a total number of survivors, and final chip counts from those that advance to Day 2.
The action resumes and the field has grown to 220 entrants with 129 remaining in their seats.
In addition, the tournament staff announced that 25,000-denominated chips have been added after they colored up some of the players during the break.