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The Big Event -- Day 3 at the Bike (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

The Big Event -- Day 3 at the Bike
Article ID 00041324
Author Ryan Lucchesi
Date JULY 27 2022
Day 3 at The Big Event at the Bicycle Casino in Los Angeles, California welcomed back 68 players on Tuesday, and the first level of business was playing down to the money bubble when 56 players remained. That task was completed just as the first level of play expired. Craig Bergeron literally flipped a coin for his tournament life when he pulled out a quarter and it landed heads to seal his fate. He made the call, lost the hand, and the remaining 56 players all made at least $7,500. After that the eliminations began their march down to the final 24, which was the set goal for play to end. The eliminations in-the-money included notables such as Vladimir Shchemelev (54th), Ryan Hughes (50th place), Anh Van Nguyen (47th place), Pat Pezzin (42nd place), Shawn Busse (41st place), Dustin Schmidt (40th place), Daniel Negreanu (37th place), Ali Eslami (35th place), Jeff Williams (33rd place). Negreanu fell when his A Q in the hole was cracked by the 9 7 of his opponent after the board ran out Q 10 5 3 4 . Victor Ramdin began the day with the chip lead and he ends the night with it as well, holding 1.6 million to pace the field. Taylor von Kriegenbergh pulled ahead of Ramdin at times on Tuesday, but his stack settled at 1,213,000 to end the night. James Dowdy (1,132,000) and Wade Townsend (1,108,000) round out the millionaire club in the tournament. Other notables who remain include Joe Hachem , Alexander Kamberis , David Paredes , David Peters , David Baker and Christopher DeMaci , who is looking to make consecutive main event final tables here at The Bike after finishing in second place in the North American Poker Tour event held here last fall. Just 22 players will return tomorrow after a flurry of eliminations took place around the prescribed stopping point of 24 players to end the night. This was strange because the rush of action was preceded by a stretch this evening where just three players were eliminated in 34th-32nd place during an entire level of play. Tune back in tomorrow to watch more live coverage from Card Player at The Big Event at noon PST . The final 22 will play down to a final table on Wednesday. Here is a look at the chip counts heading into day 4: Day 3 Cashes: 23rd: Thomas Jensen — $11,500 24th: Tyler Cornell — $11,500 25th: Greg DeBora — $10,000 26th: Josh Prager — $10,000 27th: Phi Nguyen — $10,000 28th: Paul Chauderson — $10,000 29th: Nicholas Blumenthal — $10,000 30th: Malachy Hagan — $10,000 31st: Alan Snow — $10,000 32nd: Payman Arjang — $10,000 33rd: Jeff Williams — $9,000 34th: Cynthia May — $9,000 35th: Ali Eslami — $9,000 36th: Farhad Saadat — $9,000 37th: Daniel Negreanu — $9,000 38th: Ognjen Sekularac — $9,000 39th: Calvin Anderson — $9,000 40th: Dustin Schmidt — $9,000 41st: Shawn Busse — $8,000 42nd: Pat Pezzin — $8,000 43rd: Michael Allmrodj — $8,000 44th: Anton Nikaj — $8,000 45th: Ken Lawson — $8,000 46: Dominick Zito — $8,000 47: Anh Van Nguyen — $8,000 48: Luke Nettles — $8,000 49: Travis Carson — $7,500 50: Ryan Hughes — $7,500 51: Anoy Hieu Paan — $7,500 52: Rom Segal — $7,500 53: Hiren Patel — $7,500 54: Vladimir Shchemelev — $7,500 55: Francisco Hidalgo — $7,500 56: Cody Michael — $7,500

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