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Card Player Poker Tour Bicycle Casino $400,000 Guaranteed Main Event: Ubaid Habib Leads After Day 1B

Players Can Still Register For Day 1C or Even Day 2 With Quantum Reload

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Day 1B of the $400,000 guaranteed, $1,100 buy-in Card Player Poker Tour main event at the Bicycle Hotel & Casino is now in the books. The second of three starting flights drew 149 entries. With 112 entries on day 1A the total has grown to 261, with day 1C and day 2 direct buy-ins still available.

The night ended when only 25 percent of the field remained, which meant that 37 players advanced from this flight to day 2. Leading the way is Ubaid Habid with 332,300. Other big stacks from the day include Alex Hua (281,000), Andy Stracuzzi (267,300) and Frank Lin (210,000). Lin finished second in the CPPT Hollywood Park back in 2015, falling heads up to Adam Volen. Volen also played today and made day 2 with 39,800.

Nipun JavaOther notable players who survived the day include two-time WSOP bracelet winner Nipun Java (162,700), 2017 WSOP $1,111 Litte One For One Drop winner Adrian Moreno (141,800), ‘Shades of Blue’ television star Gino Pesi (107,000) and Chris DeMaci (91,100).

There were plenty of notable players who turned out on Sunday that failed to make it through the day, including World Poker Tour champion Matt Salsberg, Kelly Minkin, Ryan Lenaghan, Bobby Suer, Mike Eskandari, Candace Collins and seven-time WSOP bracelet winner Men “The Master” Nguyen.

If you’d like to play in the main event this weekend, there is still plenty of time to register. Players can enter day 1C on Monday, or even take advantage of the tournament’s quantum reload structure, which allows players to buy-in to day 2 directly on Tuesday, receiving an average stack of 60 big blinds.

There are still opportunities to win your buy-in at a discount, including last chance $450 satellites to day 2 taking place on Monday at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Be sure to check back in the coming days for more action from the Bicycle Hotel & Casino as the field plays down to a winner, with the final table being streamed on Live At The Bike! this Wednesday.

Here’s a look at the chip counts of all of the players to move on to day 2 so far:

Rank Player Name Chip Count
1 Ubaid Habib 332,300
2 Larry Quang 305,400
3 Robert Mitchell 284,500
4 Alex Hua 281,000
5 Andy Stracuzzi 267,300
6 Young Eum 249,000
7 Frank Lin 210,000
8 Steve Silverstein 202,000
9 Michael Ung 196,000
10 Gladys Landegger 186,300
11 Alan Myerson 172,100
12 Curtis Anderson 166,900
13 Chester Burnett 163,800
14 Nipun Java 162,700
15 Robert Miller 159,500
16 Omid Nikzad 159,300
17 Chu Ming Yang 155,600
18 Huy Lam 143,900
19 Einau Shalom 143,600
20 Tom Zanot 141,800
21 Adrian Moreno 141,800
22 John Hulett 139,400
23 Danny Geyser 136,000
24 Lee Sang Wan 135,800
25 Duey Duong 134,600
26 Raz Mael 133,000
27 Derek Wolters 123,600
28 Ming Li 120,700
29 Paul Chauderson 115,300
30 When Yu Hung 111,700
31 Anut Agarwal 111,700
32 Brian Gorman 110,200
33 Wang Lee 108,700
34 Mark LeBlanc 108,200
35 Gino Pesi 107,000
36 Eric Codazzi 104,700
37 Derek Gregory 104,700
38 Lawrence Ma 102,700
39 Daniel Strelitz 101,600
40 Peter Hengsakul 101,000
41 Brent Hart 100,700
42 Nan Li 93,800
43 Chris DeMaci 91,100
44 Goswin Siemsen 87,900
45 Jason Kim 79,500
46 David Rosenbloom 78,800
47 Michael Loik 73,100
48 Jerry Yarchever 71,100
49 Michael Zelman 69,500
50 Amber Denipah 67,500
51 Michael Nia 64,200
52 David Carl 61,200
53 Longsheng Tan 56,700
54 Tigran Abgaryan 55,600
55 Marcel Sabag 55,500
56 Richard Baxter 46,600
57 Mark Corbett 45,900
58 Ross Tessa 45,900
59 Antonios Roungeris 45,400
60 Jerry Richardson 41,100
61 Adam Volen 39,800
62 Mike Dollins 39,800
63 Adam Singer 38,100
64 Lawrence Engerman 27,500
65 Bill Lewis 13,900