Event #8: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack
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Krisd Gabrialian Leads the Way After Day 1 of Event #8: $600 NLHE Deepstack

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Krisd Gabrialian

The World Series of Poker is back drawing huge crowds as can be evidenced with Event #8 $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack attracting a field of 4,527 entries on Day 1 to generate a $2,309,280 prize pool.

Krisd Gabrialian advanced as the Day 1 chip leader among the 216 players to bag chips with 2,720,000.

Shahriar Assareh, (2,300,000), Brandon Hattar (1,875,000), Brad Albrinck (1,760,000) and Roland Rokita (1,705,000) rounded out the top five spots on the leaderboard.

Event #8: $600 NLHE Deepstack Top 10 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Krisd GabrialianUnited States3,230,000108
2Shahriar AssarehUnited States2,300,00077
3Brandon HattarUnited States1,875,00063
4Brad AlbrinckUnited States1,760,00059
5Roland RokitaAustria1,705,00057
6Noam MuallemIsrael1,540,00051
7Nathan ManuelUnited States1,500,00050
8Ari MezrichUnited States1,490,00050
9Stephen SeffenseUnited States1,455,00049
10Michael UngUnited States1,405,00047

Many big names are still in contention for the Event #8 bracelet including Joey Weissman (1,375,000), Craig Varnell (1,245,000), Eric Baldwin (965,000), Asi Moshe (925,000), Anton Wigg (535,000), Manuel Ruivo (400,000), and Tony Miles (40,000)

The tournament played deep into the money with the tournament awarding the top 680 players at least a min-cash of $960.

The action will resume on Tuesday, October 6th at 12 p.m. local time to battle it out for the coveted gold bracelet and a top prize of $281,604.

Stay tuned for more coverage of this event and the entire 2021 World Series of Poker from the PokerNews Live Reporting Team.

Oznake: Anton WiggAsi MosheBrandon HatterCraig VarnellEric BaldwinHoward MashJoey WeissmanKrisd GabrialianManuel RuivoRoland RokitaTony Miles