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2017 Card Player Poker Tour Ocean's 11: Recap of Flights 1E and 1F

582 Entries Have Been Made So Far With Quantum Direct Buy In Still Available For Day 2

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Saturday, January 28 was an action-packed day at the Ocean’s 11 Casino in Oceanside, CA. The casino celebrated it’s 20th Anniversary, complete with a cake-cutting ceremony that was followed up with pieces of cake being passed around the poker room. Customers were also treated to free commemorative shirts and prize giveaways, including $10,000 in cash that was up for grabs.

While all of that excitement was going on the casino was also playing host to the fifth and sixth starting flights of the 2017 Card Player Poker Tour Ocean’s 11 $250 buy-in no-limit hold’em event. Flight 1E drew 153 entries while flight 1F added another 94. After the six starting flights there have been 582 entries.

Players who still want to take part in this exciting event can buy directly into day 2 by taking advantage of the Quantum Reload structure. Players who exercise this option can enter on Sunday, Jan. 29 by 1 p.m. no late registration) for only $1,500. Direct buy in still gives players a healthy starting stack of 100,000 (20,000 more with an optional $30 staff add on) and 40-minute rounds to work with.

A total of 87 players survived from the six total starting flights so far to qualify for day 2, with Scott Storrs entering the day as the chip leader with 267,300. Here is a look at the complete list of players to make day 2 and their chip counts:

Rank Player Chip Count
1 Scott Storrs 267,300
2 Ori Kossonogi 215,900
3 Carol Cianfarani 214,800
4 Andrew Wisdom 212,400
5 Andy Bui 208,300
6 Anthony Ditomaso 203,700
7 Allan Dagio 198,500
8 Lee Duncan 194,700
9 Malik Adawi 175,400
10 Rich Lanes 175,200
11 Adam Martel 162,400
12 Dana Katzenmeier 159,200
13 Kyle Reynolds 157,500
14 Elliot Phillips 156,500
15 Mac Sohrabi 155,800
16 Hong Tran 153,200
17 Justin Smith 150,500
18 Brian Wisdom 149,200
19 Gino Aielli 148,600
20 Jim Dages 147,600
21 Steve Schwartz 143,000
22 Steve Kanowitz 142,700
23 Camquynh Nguyen 141,400
24 Scott Aulds 140,100
25 Barry Knowlton 137,600
26 Dan Polerecky 134,500
27 Jeff Gross 132,500
28 Rafi Azam 124,000
29 Eric Revak 124,000
30 Matthew Zevin 118,900
31 David Scheunemann 111,000
32 Victor Flores 110,700
33 Robert Gilbert 103,700
34 George Mutashobya 100,900
35 Kyle Hoogervorst 96,800
36 Ben Brown 94,100
37 Bob Paris 91,500
38 Roth Weinstein 91,000
39 Joe Zomorrodi 90,800
40 Guiseppe Catalano 90,800
41 Jake Scoratow 90,500
42 Rodolfo Rabino 89,500
43 Erin Constantino 89,000
44 Mallie Hoyer 87,500
45 Scott Murrie 86,800
46 Sylvia Sanchez 84,700
47 Marc Pennebaker 84,700
48 Christine Blake 83,700
49 Ali Salehi 81,500
50 Ramon Ramil 79,500
51 Buddy Ashmore 76,900
52 Craig Fouts 76,400
53 Michael Belin 75,300
54 Bob Djahanguiri 75,300
55 Alon Kossonogi 74,500
56 Fadi Yakou 72,100
57 James Palladino 71,600
58 Cline Handy 71,500
59 Marilyn Harris 70,000
60 Marcia Stone 62,500
61 Mark Kogan 62,000
62 Andrew Cook 60,000
63 Lucy Hargett 57,400
64 Thomas Woodard 57,000
65 Grant Fisher 56,600
66 Andy Hartwig 55,900
67 Jillian Singerman 55,500
68 Khamsing Vanhuang 54,800
69 Richard Sinden 54,500
70 Bryan Parker 54,300
71 Linh Holland 52,800
72 Matthew Sanchez 52,700
73 John Brinkman 52,600
74 Tim Daly 49,500
75 Thomas McGrew 49,500
76 Samuel Jepsen 48,800
77 Daniel Kaesser 47,800
78 Scott Dazey 41,500
79 Ed Tamura 39,500
80 Jon Eoyang 39,100
81 Bill Bear 36,500
82 Thomas Sandberg 35,400
83 Renan Hakeem 34,800
84 Bertrand Eveillard 25,200
85 Ken Sullivan 21,900
86 Andy Woodard 21,300
87 Christopher Black 13,500

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