Main Event: Good Start for Neil Blumenfield

$1,700 WSOP Circuit Coco Main Event
$1,000,000 Guaranteed
 | Structure
Level 8: 300/600 with a 60 ante
Day 1A Entries: 272

Neil Blumenfield

The Day 1A entry count jumped over 250 during the previous level and it’s turning out to be a great start to the Main Event. This is a good pace to hit the $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool tomorrow afternoon and then spin it up.

Neil Blumenfield is enjoying his start to the WSOP Circuit Main Event. The popular local is up to 147,000 at the midpoint of the day and cruising with a fun table. Blumenfield, the former November Niner, has one cash this series so far when he made the last four tables of the Monster Stack.

High Roller: Down to Two Tables

$2,200 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed | Structure
Level 15: 1,500/3,000 with a 3,000 ante
Players Remaining: 16 of 73

After less than two hours of restart play, the $2,200 High Roller is down to two tables. TK Miles and Cord Garcia are among those who have hit the rail, while Ian O’Hara, David Prociak, Howard Mash and Chad Eveslage are still in contention.

Seat 1: Andrew Kaplan – 95,000
Seat 2: Corey Burbick – 40,000
Seat 3: Jeffrey Trudeau – 175,000
Seat 4: David DiBernardi – 83,000
Seat 5: Chad Eveslage – 215,000
Seat 6: Bryce McVay – 235,000
Seat 7: Brett Bader – 88,000
Seat 8: Jason Shinbaum – 35,000

Seat 1: Nicholas Visconti – 80,000
Seat 2: Sam Panzica – 201,000
Seat 3: Sam Ganzfield – 125,000
Seat 4: Carlos Guerrero – 200,000
Seat 5: Ian O’Hara – 280,000
Seat 6: Howard Mash – 149,000
Seat 7: John Corsi – 125,000
Seat 8: David Prociak – 45,000

Main Event: Player of the Year, Jason Young

$1,700 WSOP Circuit Coco Main Event
$1,000,000 Guaranteed
| Structure
Level 6: 200/400 with a 400 ante
Day 1A Entries: 218

Jason Young

Florida’s Jason Young owned the early stages of 2019 winning the Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood Lucky Hearts Poker Open Main Event in January and finishing third at the WSOP Circuit Coconut Creek the next month. His solid play not only scored him a pile of loot, but anointed him Seminole Hard Rock Poker Player of the Year. As such, Young got a party that kicked off the Coconut Creek WSOP Circuit late last week

2019 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Player of the Year Jason Young at his WSOP Circuit kickoff party

In addition to a good bash, Young earned entries in each of this year’s eligible Main Events/Championships and comp dollars good for use at each property now through August 2020.

A $1,700 entry in to today’s Main Event Day 1A marks his first redemption of the season and he looks for it to the set the tone for the rest of the year.

Main Event: 200+ on Day 1A

$1,700 WSOP Circuit Coco Main Event
$1,000,000 Guaranteed
| Structure
Level 6: 200/400 with a 400 ante
Day 1A Entries: 218

Day 1A of the $1,700 buy-in Main Event has been going up steadily since play began at 11am. After kicking off with 85 entries, now more than 215 are in action early in Level 6.

Players will go on their second break of the day shortly. After that they’ll log three more levels prior to dinner. Another three levels follow dinner before registration closes at roughly 8:30pm. The final entry count should flirt with 300 by that time.

High Roller: Registration Closes with 73 Entries, $146K Prize Pool

$2,200 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed | Structure
Level 13: 1,000/2,000 with a 2,000 ante
Players Remaining: 27 of 73

The $2,200 buy-in High Roller got eight more entries before cards went in the air today. That surge brought the field to 73 total with a prize pool of $146,000. The top 11 spots are set to pay at least $3,792. All eyes will be on the top prize of $46,363 that’s reserved for the champion. Additionally, they’ll walk with the WSOP Circuit’s token prize, a gold ring.

Full payout information:

2019 September WSOP Circuit
Seminole Casino Coconut  Creek
Coconut Creek, Florida
Event 9
$2,200 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed
Entries: 73
Prize Pool: $146,000
September 26-27, 2019

1st – $46,363
2nd – $28,655
3rd – $18,984
4th – $13,108
5th – $9,451
6th – $7,128
7th – $5,636
8th – $4,683
9th-10th – $4,100
11th – $3,792

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