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2019 Card Player Poker Tour Ocean's 11 San Diego Classic: Recap of Flights 1E and 1F

756 Entries Were Made During The Six Starting Flights With Day 2 Direct Entry Still Available

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The six starting flights have all wrapped up for the 2019 Card Player Poker Tour Ocean’s 11 San Diego Classic have taken place, with 756 entries made over the past three days and day 2 entry still available for those looking to get in on the action. Flight 1E drew 160 entries while flight 1F added another 123. As a result of the strong turnout, the prize pool has already grown to $151,200.

Players who would like to take advantage of the Quantum Tournament structure of this event can buy directly into day 2 for $1,500 on Sunday, Jan. 27 and receive 100,000 in tournament chips. Players can also pay a $30 optional staff add-on and receive another 20,000 in chips. Players can re-enter once before the end of the second level on day 2.

From the 283 entries made in Saturday’s two starting flights, only 42 players made it through to day 2. After the completion of all six starting flights, Matthew Welch ended up being the overall chip leader with 523,700.

There are 103 players that will return to day 2, not including those who will buy in directly. A total of 11 players having qualified twice: Raymond Hilbert, Mike Shariati, Marcia Stone, David Glendenning, Adrianne Hall, Georgeanna Trumball, Luis Rodi, Mike Piellucci, Ryan Wallen, Vladimir Medvinsky. They will all be taking their largest of two stacks forward.

Here is a look at the chip counts of the remaining players:

Rank Player Chip Count
1 Matthew Welch 523,700
2 Luis Pedro 342,500
3 Christoph Milosh 315,000
4 Andre Veradi 276,800
5 Mac Sohrabi 259,000
6 David Fernandez 245,600
7 David Hillman 209,000
8 Ranjit Randhawa 205,500
9 Mike Piellucci 198,100
10 Travis Smith 185,000
11 Marcia Stone 168,700
12 Le-John Pai 165,400
13 Joe Stiglich 164,300
14 Kevin Meyers 157,200
15 Spencer Howard 149,100
16 William Santos 148,000
17 William Berman 147,600
18 Joseph Canez 143,000
19 Adrianne Hall 142,500
20 Oscard Vasquez 142,400
21 Angelina Rich 136,000
22 Ernesto Navarro 133,900
23 Lonny Beynon 133,900
24 Richard Segovia 132,500
25 Michael Shariati 128,500
26 Ron- Kevin Haeri 127,700
27 Cameron Sinclair 126,000
28 Ryan Wallen 126,000
29 Roberto Sanchez 125,500
30 Gary Crite 123,000
31 Eric Bartolowits 121,800
32 David Glendenning 120,000
33 Michael Knight 118,100
34 Farzad Adhami 116,700
35 Jacob Beck 114,000
36 Daniel Fischer 106,300
37 Joseph Ochoa 103,600
38 Hunter Moss 103,500
39 Fedi Yakou 102,000
40 James Burnett 101,600
41 Vladimir Medvinsky 100,100
42 Chang Han 99,500
43 Kurt Musick 99,100
44 Shawn Daniels 98,000
45 Richard Furfaro 96,400
46 Andrew Jeter 95,000
47 John Meekhael 94,900
48 Rex Mendoza 92,700
49 Chris Gitre 92,400
50 Andrew Rubin 92,000
51 Eric Harnish 91,500
52 Pete Dong 89,500
53 Richard Aronow 88,300
54 Raymond Hilbert 87,000
55 Edward Offstein 84,300
56 Roy Stewart 80,500
57 Mark Erickson 79,400
58 Rafi Azam 78,400
59 Craig Francis 77,000
60 Mike Souza 75,700
61 Joseph Zeller 75,400
62 Andrea Bracken 73,600
63 Andrew Phillips 73,500
64 Ryan Banci 73,500
65 Bryan Ho 73,000
66 Dana Katzenmeier 69,400
67 Keyu Qu 69,000
68 Robbin Hamilton 68,300
69 Thomas Woodard 68,000
70 Joes Magallones 67,000
71 Chad DeLanzo 66,000
72 David Kaye 65,300
73 Benjamin Burrows 62,000
74 Glenn Takeuchi 59,100
75 Troy Neptune 57,000
76 John Thursby 56,600
77 Bob Richard 56,200
78 Behzad Javadzadeh 55,500
79 Michael Rosado 55,400
80 Michael Harkins 54,900
81 Doug Coull 54,500
82 Luis Rodi 54,100
83 Ryan Niemi 51,500
84 Georgeanna Trumball 50,500
85 Celaettin Korman 50,400
86 Christopher Marble 47,700
87 Michael Patton 46,500
88 Di Wu 43,600
89 Ethan Grinder 40,600
90 Robert Unangst 39,600
91 Kyle Ravreby 38,900
92 David Icke 38,000
93 Kyle Miholich 36,500
94 Robert Deleon 36,500
95 Bill Cenan 35,500
96 Chase Fredensburg 34,600
97 Erick Lindgren 33,700
98 Kory Hariston 32,700
99 Yumi Bui 25,900
100 Sue Fortuno 24,600
101 Erik Perez 24,100
102 Edward Singelyn 21,700
103 Christy Van Waas 16,500

Ocean’s 11 is the only casino in Southern California located along the Pacific Ocean on the Interstate 5 freeway, less than a mile from some of the area’s most picturesque beaches.

The property also boasts 50 tables of the best poker and table games found anywhere in California with all the favorite poker games, including no-limit and limit hold’em, Omaha, Omaha eight-or-better, pot-limit Omaha, and crazy pineapple.

Previous winners of this event include Shawn Busse, Robert DeAgazio, Barry Knowlton, Barry Seidman, Scott “Brian” Blount, David McCaw and Seth Brown, who outlasted a field of 938 entries in July of 2018 to win $46,870. For more information on this event, please visit the CPPT homepage.