Manic Monday’s Action

Jeff Guss and his rail after his six-figure win at 3 am.

Jeff Guss and his rail after his six-figure win at 3 am.

The 2016 Chicago Poker Classic rolls into Day 5 with just one event in the books – Jeff Guss won Event 1 for $103,270, Monday has two new events kicking off at noon and 5 pm and two restarts will crown champs.

Event 4: $250 No Limit Hold’em gets cards in the air at noon. The two-day event has three $2,000 CPC Main Event seats added to the prize pool. They’ll play 20 levels for until a final table of ten – whichever should happen first.

Event 2: $360 No Limit Hold’em has 18 players coming back at 1 pm to play for the $20,980 up top. A couple eliminations in the closing moments of the final level trimmed the field to the final two tables.

Chip Counts

Stephen Jones – 507,000
Angel Vizcarra – 454,000
Benjamin Safin – 452,000
William Spalding – 401,000
Chris Holt – 338,500
John Papiernik – 321,000
Rob Marcocchio – 287,000
William Vincent II – 242,000
Tim Buczynski – 227,500
Yaroob Kaskorkis – 220,500
Christopher Staats – 210,500
Adam Denbowski – 185,000
Geno Francione – 177,000
Jim James – 137,000
Mike Kambol – 121,500
Robert Noe – 121,000
James Stern – 106,500
Li Ding – 76,500

Event 3: $400 Pot Limit Omaha returns at 3pm with the final table of ten players. They’ll be playing for $15,234 up top, but they’ve already locked up $1,180.

Chip Counts

Damian Radanov 506,000
Andy Rogowski 422,500
John Zawaski 355,000
Casey Carroll 262,000
Alex Ahmed 235,500
Stephen K. Lee 194,000
Orlando Romero 152,500
Brian McDaniel 150,000
Jason Schroeder 138,500
Howard Simon 134,500

Event 5: $400 H.2.0 kicks off at 5 pm with six CPC Main Event Seats added. This is the second time the CPC spreads the mix of Limit Hold’em, Deuce to Seven Triple Draw and Omaha HiLo.

There’s always the 9 am Early Bird, 3 pm Daily and 7pm Nightly events running alongside the official events.

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