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Poker Players Storm into New Orleans:
World Series of Poker Circuit Returns to the
Big Easy
Championship Event
End of Day Two
No-Limit Hold’em
Buy-In:  $9,800 (+200)
Number of Entries:  170
Number of Players Remaining:  27
Total Prize Money:  $1,615,000
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Phil Ivey
Nothing frustrates me more
than a poker opponent beating
me in the final rounds of a
tournament with a garbage
hand. Poker is mathematically
statistical, so you have to
expect to lose with the best
hand a certain percentage of
the time. I have won
tournaments in which I was
the one who sucked out on the
river.  
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NAME
CHIP COUNT
TABLE
SEAT
Feldman, Peter
143,700
3
2
Ivey, Phil
138,600
1
3
Townsend, Brian
135,600
1
8
Smith, Gavin
116,900
1
9
Corkins, Hoyt
100,000
1
1
Diephouse, Dana
99,100
2
6
O'Connor, Tim
98,300
3
9
Prescott, Allie
90,400
3
5
Babin, David
88,700
3
3
Griffin, Jason
81,400
2
2
Singer, David
68,000
2
8
Bradley, Owen
64,200
1
6
Glorioso, Charles
59,400
1
4
Gordan, Ben
50,800
3
7
Schmitt, Joseph
48,400
2
7
Russell, Matt
47,400
3
8
Alvarado, Jose
42,300
1
2
Lefkowitz, Matt
36,000
2
5
Abdullah, George
35,200
2
4
Cullen, Jr., Harry
29,700
3
1
Segura, Broc
28,600
1
7
Brown, Kenny
24,500
2
7
Bloch, Andy
20,600
1
5
Newman, Jess
17,800
2
9
Cole, Mark
16,500
2
3
Shoultz, Paul
15,000
3
4
Mahmood, Ayaz
3,900
3
6
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Peter Feldman is the Chip Leader
in WSOP Circuit Championship at Harrah’s New Orleans

Phil Ivey a close second

Day two ends -- 27 players set to return for day three  


After two days of play, Peter Feldman has a slight chip lead over poker pro
Phil Ivey in the WSOP Circuit championship event at Harrah’s New Orleans.  
Brian Townsend, Gavin Smith, and Hoyt Corkins also have over 100,000 in
chips and are in strong position to make it into the money.

Bust outs on day two included some big names, most notably 2005 World
Series of Poker Champion Joe Hachem (out 55th).  Mimi Tran, John Juanda,
Bach “B” Vu (two-time event winner here in New Orleans), and 27 others
also did not last.  

ESPN will provide full coverage, including the final table, which will take
place on Sunday afternoon at 2 pm.  Play will continue on day three until
nine players remain.  Prize money will go to the top 18 finishers, including
first prize -- $532,950.  Play resumes tomorrow at 11 am CST.
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