Overall, 327 players stumped up $3.7k to play the event and created a prize pool of over $1.1m. After the day, 64 remained with 36 to be paid. The first-place prize will be $283,500.


Greg Raymer, Dennis Phillips, J.C. Alvarado, Paul Magriel, Humberto Brenes, Victor Ramdin, and Andre Akkari all made an appearance but unfortunately for the pros none of them survived to see Day 2.


The top ten chip counts are as follows:


Oliver Rowe — 136,000


Alberto Andres Font Rytzner — 135,125


Angel Guillén — 111,200


Ibuki Fukui — 105,900


Mario Salvagno — 102,800


Lisandro Pablo Gallo — 94,300


Samo Muhia — 90,400


Andre Ventura — 85,800


Maximilian Heinzelmann — 83,600


Vialaret Ezequiel — 78,100


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