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Zack Milchman Leads 69 Survivors to WSOP Circuit $400 NLH Monster Stack Final Day

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Zack Milchman Leads 69 Survivors to WSOP Circuit $400 NLH Monster Stack Final Day

WSOP Circuit regular Zack Milchman returns as a chip leader for the final day of $400 NLH Monster Stack tournament, which is currently underway at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek. This is the sixth event of the poker festival where a total of twelve WSOP gold rings would be given along with hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash prizes.

The Seminole Casino in Coconut Creek, Florida, is now hosting the 2018/2019 World Series of Poker Circuit, one of the most prestigious poker tours in the world. The current, fifteenth season is taking place at more than a dozen venues, including Harrah’s Cherokee and Las Vegas’ Planet Hollywood and Bally’s. The Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is one of the top locations with a festival that runs until Monday, September 24. There are a total of 12 official ring events, while the winner of the Main Event will also secure a free seat to the $1 Million GTD Global Casino Championship.

The sixth tournament at Coconut Creek kicked off Tuesday and 586 entries were registered over the two starting flights, pushing the total prize pool to $193,380. Only 28 players survived after Day 1A, led by Michael Perrone, while Day 1B ended with another 41 players who qualified for the second day of the event. Zack Milchman finished as a Day 1B chip leader with a massive stack of 842,000 in tournament chips. With such an impressive score, he is also on top of the overall leaderboard for the final Day 2 of the event.

A total of 69 poker enthusiasts and pros will return to the poker tables on Thursday and the top 63 of them will finish in the money. Milchman is followed by Perrone who bagged 653,000 after the first flight. Among the big stacks, we can also see Bill Farnan (596,000), John Gorsuch (592,000), Kammar Andries (555,000), and Ray Millard (529,000). The minimum cash guaranteed to those who make it to the paid places is $632, while the winner will receive a prize of $40,619.

Cory Blum Has the Biggest Stack for $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Day 2

Wednesday saw another tournament of the 2018/2019 WSOP Circuit starting at Seminole Casino in Coconut Creek in Florida. Cards got in the air at 4.00 p.m. for the seventh event of the festival, the $600 Pot-Limit Omaha, which attracted a total of 59 players and collected a prize pool of $30,385. After a series of eliminations, the play ended with only 6 entries remaining for Day 2 on Thursday.

When they sit on the final table this afternoon, they will be led by Cory Blum, a poker enthusiast from Plantation, Florida. He has a sizable advantage over the others and will start with 455,000 chips, followed by Jordan Dhanani who has 248,000, Craig Monrade with a stack of 174,000 and Benjamin Friesen who has 164,000 in chips. They will receive a minimum of $1,793, while the player who manages to dominate his competitors and survive until the end will take home $11,394.

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