Day 2 completed
Day 2 completed
Action for Day 2 of Event #48: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER is finished with nine players remaining. The day started with 1,041 players, and Canadian Daniel Dvoress made it through to the final table with the biggest stack, just shy of 100 million chips.
Dvoress, who ranks 5th on the Canadian money list with more than $15 million in winnings, was near the top of the counts for much of the final part of the day, and he made a push at 11 handed, getting them to the final table single-handed by knocking out both "Bot Marley" in 11th and Manuel "robocup" Ruivo in 10th.
The Final Table
|Alejandro "pepealas" Caridad||Argentina||64,001,642||21|
|Neville "NevSlater" Endo Costa||Brazil||43,132,236||14|
|Michael "MrFabulous" Nugent||Canada||37,076,246||12|
|Anatoly "Mr_Deer" Filatov||Russia||22,480,13||8|
|Tomasz "SushiJanushi" Cybulski||Poland||16,604,499||6|
|Aneris "TaiwanNumba1" Adomkevicius||Lithuania||13,452,228||5|
|Caio "Ez4ENCE" De Almeida||Brazil||12,558,546||4|
Day 2 Action
Day 2 of Event #48: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER kicked off at 2:30 p.m. Eastern time today with 1,041 players dreaming of becoming a millionaire with the deal of the cards. Kenny "Lambert44" Hallaert brought the biggest stack into Day 2, while Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb, fresh off their stunning Short Deck Championship win over Mikita Badziakouski, came into the day with the second biggest stack.
Only 764 of them were destined to make the money, and it played down pretty fast. When action kicked off on Level 4, they were already starting to collect cash on their way out the door. It didn't slow down any after the money bubble burst. Less than two hours later, the field had plummeted to less than 200 players, and another hour later there were fewer than 100 stacks left in play.
There were just four tables left in play within another 90 minutes, and few notables dropped along the way including GGPoker ambassador Daniel Negreanu, Steven "Numb Nuts" Halcovitch, Seth Davies, Wei "WayneHeung" Tso, and Norihiro "orzorz" Otani. It didn't really slow down till play hit 18 players remaining with Isaac Haxton and Sam "JejuKingCrab" Razavi among the players to fall.
It took about an hour to play down to 12 remaining and then things really stalled, as they played for nearly an hour before "mountrath" ended their run in 12th place. Dvoress then went to work dispatching "Bot Marley" in 11th and Ruivo in 10th to set up the final table.
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Play has ended on Day 2, and here's a look at how the final nine will stack up this Saturday.
|Alejandro "pepealas" Caridad||64,001,642||20,340,999|
|Neville "NevSlater" Endo Costa||43,132,236||1,410,000|
|Michael "MrFabulous" Nugent||37,076,246||5,374,334|
|Anatoly "Mr_Deer" Filatov||22,480,138||-14,044,136|
|Tomasz "SushiJanushi" Cybulski||16,604,499||-10,515,333|
|Aneris "TaiwanNumba1" Adomkevicius||13,452,228||766,114|
|Caio "Ez4ENCE" De Almeida||12,558,546||-3,100,000|
Manuel "robocup" Ruivo raised to 24M from the button, and Daniel Dvoress raised to 45M. Ruivo called it off for their stack.
Manuel "robocup" Ruivo:
Dvoress was ahead from the start, and held to send Ruivo home in 10th place, and take a huge chip lead to the final table.
|Manuel "robocup" Ruivo||Busted|
Daniel Dvoress raised the cutoff and "Bot Marley called it off with fives. Dvoress' king-eight over cards got the best of the pair though, sending "Bot Marley" packing in 11th place.
"mountrath" busted out in 12th place when couldn't get there against the sixes of "SushiJanushi".
|13||Thiago "grigopoker" Grigoletti||Brazil||$55,831|
|14||Yigit "MMartian" Aktulga||Turkey||$40,204|
|19||Sam "JejuKingCrab" Razavi||United Kingdom||$28,951|
|20||Isaac Haxton||Unisted States||$28,951|
|Alejandro "pepealas" Caridad||43,660,643||-5,415,780|
|Neville "NevSlater" Endo Costa||41,722,236||-4,050,000|
|Anatoly "Mr_Deer" Filatov||36,524,274||-2,600,000|
|Michael "MrFabulous" Nugent||31,701,912||3,050,000|
|Manuel "robocup" Ruivo||30,966,606||4,400,000|
|Tomasz "SushiJanushi" Cybulski||27,119,832||12,554,052|
|Caio "Ez4ENCE" De Almeida||15,658,546||-10,950,000|
|Aneris "TaiwanNumba1" Adomkevicius||12,686,114||-7,800,000|
"pepealas" raised under the gun to 4,188,255 and "Mr_Deer" reraised to 16M from the cutoff. "pepealas" raised enough to put "Mr_Deer" all in, and got the call.
Big slick got there for "Mr_Deer" to crack the kings of chip leader "pepealas".
|Alejandro "pepealas" Caridad||49,076,423||-20,544,137|
|Anatoly "Mr_Deer" Filatov||39,124,274||23,554,138|
"Bot Marley" raised to 16,831,472 from the middle, and Manuel "robocup" Ruivo called for less from the button.
Manuel "robocup" Ruivo:
Ruivo's jacks held up for a double.
|Manuel "robocup" Ruivo||26,566,606||12,483,303|