$100,000 Challenge
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Highlights

Highlights

Nivo:
9
Slepe stave:
2,000/4,000
Ante:
500

Day 2 Table and Seat Draw

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TableSeatPlayerChips
71Dan Smith266,500
72Richard Yong100,000
73--empty----
74Tobias Reinkemeier101,000
75Igor Kurganov153,500
76Praytush Buddiga50,000
77Mike McDonald260,000
78Dani Stern358,500
    
81Erik Seidel493,500
82--empty----
83Jake Abdalla357,000
84David Steicke100,000
85Alex Trevallion171,500
86Justin Bonomo167,500
87Patrik Antonius111,500
88Ryan Fee224,500
    
101Jason Mo637,000
102--empty----
103Dong Kim244,000
104Sam Greenwood270,500
105Fabian Quoss100,000
106Stephen Chidwick365,500
107Scott Seiver182,000
108Jason Les176,000
    
111Yi Cheng107,000
112Paul Newey123,000
113Ole Schemion249,000
114Philipp Gruissem271,000
115Connor Drinan403,500
116--empty----
117Tony Bloom248,000
118Sorel Mizzi100,000
    
121Jeff Rossiter115,500
122Brian Rast100,000
123--empty----
124Steve O'Dwyer89,500
125Isaac Haxton38,000
126Doug Polk100,000
127Phil Ivey72,000
128Bryn Kenney100,000

Day 2 of the $100,000 Challenge To Begin Shortly

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Jason Mo
Jason Mo

The 2015 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge rolls on today with Day 2 action beginning at 2:15 p.m. local time. After Day 1 action yesterday, 28 players advanced. Leading the pack was Jason Mo after he bagged up an impressive stack of 637,000 in chips.

Mo took over the chip lead thanks to a big double through Jeff Rossiter in the final level of the night. It was Mo's {A-Hearts}{A-Clubs} that held against the {A-Spades}{K-Clubs} for Rossiter, and from there it was nothing but smooth sailing for him to close out the night on top. Not only was Mo the only player to eclipse 600,000 in chips, but he was also the only player to finish with over 500,000. Erik Seidel bagged up 493,500, and Connor Drinan finished on 403,500 to round out the top three on the leaderboard.

After the dust had settled on Day 1, 63 total entries had been generated. That number is a little less than last year's 76, but with registration still open until the start of Day 2, it is highly expected that one or two new players join the field and several others who busted yesterday reenter. This should push the field size to over 70 and challenge the record set in 2014.

Be sure to stay tuned to PokerNews for Day 2 coverage of the $100,000 Challenge, where the action won't stop until a final table is reached.

Oznake: Jason Mo

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