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WSOP Event #10 Day 2 – Froehlich In Command

Eric Froehlich in Event #10On another busy day at the World Series Of Poker in Las Vegas, we saw Day 2 of the $1,500 Limit Holdem event get played out. This event initially had 645 players buy-in on Day 1 but only 177 of them did enough to start on this day’s worth of action.

What’s more is that by the end of it, that number had been slashed down to just 19, with those players now set to return a little bit later on today.

Erich Froehlich was the man who topped the chip counts after he managed to amass a good total of 319,000, though with the field so stacked behind him it still could be anyone’s event. Others still in with a great chance include Mark Mierkalns in second place with 266,000, Brian Nichols with 170,000 and Aaron Orgus on 233,000.

Players that were not quite good enough to make Day 3 on this occasion included none other than Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu, David Baker and Tobias Peters. With regards to Negreanu, he will feel a little hard done by after being ahead in the hand before the flop and after it only to see his opponent hit a two pair on the turn to put him out of the event.

 

The Current Standings!

Erich Froehlich – 319,000

Mark Mierkalns – 266,000

Morgan Newman – 242,000

Aaron Ogus – 233,000

Binh Ly – 197,000

Chiduziem Obi – 183,000

Brian Nichols – 182,000

Thomas Blizniak – 170,000

Jack Jiang – 161,000

Malissia Zapata – 161,000

With the bubble now burst on Day 2 the players will know that they have at least cashed, but will all be looking at the amounts awarded to the higher placings.

What The Top Nineteen Are Set To Win!

1st Place – $191,605

2nd Place – $118,300

3rd Place – $76,904

4th Place – $56,485

5th Place – 42,074

6th Place – $31,747

7th Place – $24,232

8th Place – $18,703

9th Place – $14,585

10th – 12th Place – $11,467

13th – 15th Place – $9,160

16th – 18th Place – $7,323

19th Place – $5,938

Check us again tomorrow as we bring you the final table and winner of this event!

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