Triton Super High Roller Series Macau: Stephen Chidwick Leads The First Position

The HK$1,000,000 Main Event of the 2017 Triton Super High Roller Series Macau played out finished the course of nine levels Wednesday at the Galaxy Macau Hotel in Taipa, Macau. An aggregate of 73 passages were gotten for the duration of the day with Stephen Chidwick driving 43 survivors.

The activity commenced at 1 p.m. neighborhood time and pulled in any semblance of Erik Seidel, Fedor Holz, John Juanda, Richard Yong, Winfred Yu, alongside previous Triton Super High Roller Series Macau Main Event champions Manig Loeser (Montenegro), Koray Aldemir (Manila), and Wai Kin Yong (Manila).

 

Triton Super High Roller Series Macau

Seidel, who sits in second place on the untouched cash list is still in the chase. On the off chance that the American poker legend can make a profound run he could pass Daniel Negreanu for first on that esteemed rundown. Seidel is quite recently finished US $1,000,000 behind Negreanu and the way this occasion is taking care of business, Seidel might have the capacity to complete as low as third place to take care of business.

Wai Kin Yong, Loeser, and Aldemir all survived however the last two required a moment slug. Loeser, who is the current guarding champion finished with 333,000 while Yong finished off the day with 554,000 and Aldemir stowed 136,000. Juanda busted late on Day 1 and picked not to re-enter. Holz is proceeding onward to Day 2 in the wake of fixing 632,000 in his pack for Thursday. Richard Yong will proceed also with a pile of 554,000 and Winfred Yu is sheltered shutting with 226,000.

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Day 1 had a place with Chidwick however as he packed away the chip lead constructing a pile of 924,000 by the end of the day. The UK expert benefited as much as possible from his second projectile subsequent to busting at a young hour in the day when his pros got split by Seidel, minutes after Seidel sat down. Chidwick left for a timeframe and came back with a retaliation.

Completing with the second-best stack was Canadian Timothy Adams who summoned a sound heap of 903,000 chips. Justin Bonomo (817,000), Matthew Moss (798,000), Wiktor Malinowski (755,000) round out the main five on the leaderboard.

 

End of Day Notables and Big Stacks

Place Player Chip Count
1 Stephen Chidwick 924,000
2 Timothy Adams 903,000
3 Justin Bonomo 817,000
4 Matthew Moss 798,000
5 Wiktor Malinowski 755,000
6 Isaac Haxton 714,000
7 Nick Petrangelo 700,000
8 Fedor Holz 632,000
9 James Chen 624,000
10 Steve O’Dwyer 608,000

 

Not all is lost for any individual who couldn’t survive the day or not ready to make it to the enrollment work area in time. Late enrollment and boundless reentry stay open until the point when the finish of the break following Level 10 on Day 2, around 2:10 p.m. Day 2 gets in progress at 1 p.m. nearby time and play will proceed until the point when a last table of nine is shaped. Those nine finalists will profit to activity for Friday at 1 p.m. to play down to a victor.

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