Event 1 Update, Anthony Parille Leads Final Four

Event #1 $360 NLH with $500,000 guarantee (three $2,000 CPC Main Event seats added)

Play moved fast to start the unofficial final table as Edward Nassif II held 5,750,000 of the 22,960,000 chips in play leaving the other nine players holding an average stack of less than 20 big blinds. Anthony Parille came out on the right end of many of those eliminations and contended for the chip lead for some time before he hit a few bumps in the road. Thankfully for Parille, he’d double through Zal Irani hitting runner-runner straight and again through Nassif when his [Kc]-[Ts] spiked the nuts on a [Ks]-[Th]-[5d]-[Kd]-[4c] board. Parille now claims 10,500,000 chips and leads the final four players.

Here’s a more in-depth look at the where the final table stands:

Four-handed chip counts:

  • Anthony Parille – 10,500,000 (51 BBs)
  • Zal Irani – 7,150,000 (35 BBs)
  • Edward Nassif II – 3,325,000 (16 BBs)
  • Michael Hahn – 1,935,000 (9 BBs)

Remaining payouts:

  • 1st – $100,000 + $2,000 seat
  • 2nd – $61,166 + $2,000 seat
  • 3rd – $40,100 + $2,000 seat
  • 4th – $28,500

Updated 10-handed results:

  • 5th: John Rumishek – $21,500
  • 6th: Dae Kim – $16,300
  • 7th: Theodore Zalesiak – $12,400
  • 8th: Ryan Gray – $9,450
  • 9th: Allen Lanier – $7,210
  • 10th: Maurice Dankha – $5,502
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