There was a bit of a sweat, but in the end there were enough players in Gun player card poker tour Key event to avoid overlay. The $2,500 entry event attracted a field of 363, creating a total prize pool of $816,750.
There are 82 players remaining, and just over half will be earning with the final 46 all guaranteed at least $5,430. Those who make the final table will receive at least $14,400, and the winner is set to receive $176,221.
Of the 158 players who entered on Day 1C, it was Jayakrishnan Nair who ran away leading in chips last night, securing 675K after 14 levels of play.
Other notables she has reached out to include Ryan Reese, Ankush Mandavia, Andrew Lichtenberger, Barry Schulman, Michael Rossito, and Anthony Spinella. The overall leader remains Dan Colboys, who drew 825,000 on the first day of A.J.
The second day begins at noon on Sunday. Here’s a look at the number of embedded chips and seat assignments.
Event No. 28 – Repaint
$2,500 NLH @employee
Day 1a + 1b + 1c:
82 of 363 remain
Total prizes: $816,750
Paid places: 46
Minimum cashout: $5,430
Ninth place: $14,400
First place: $176,221
Day Two Today at 12:00 noon pic.twitter.com/cRAhongOhe
Venetian Poker November 20, 2022