Abraham Korotki leads day 2 WSOP Circuit Main Event at Harrah’s Atlantic

By | March 20, 2017

Abraham Korotki leads day 2 WSOP Circuit Main Event at Harrah’s Atlantic Abraham Korotki, a professional poker player from the United States is leading the world series of poker circuit Main event at Harrah’s in Atlantic City. The player has total 2,080,000 in chips on the day 2 of the main event.

The tournament attracted 341 players on Day 1, but only 61 players returned on day 2 of the game. Top 36 players would take home some money (at least $2,644) out of this tournament.

Top 9 players who would play on final day of the game will collected at least $11,059 from the tournament, while the winner of the main event will take home a gold ring and the first prize of amount $117,645.

Abraham Korotki is at seat#6 and has total 2,080,000 total chip counts. Henry Edmondson is at seat#1, who has total 1,300,000 in chips.

Other 7 players are as follows with their chip counts:-

Seat 2: Edward Duncan – 227,000
Seat 3: Jeremy Stein – 435,000
Seat 4: Jules Cornelius – 308,000
Seat 5: Nenad Cvetkovic – 458,000
Seat 7: Shannon Shorr – 363,000
Seat 8: Alex Rocha – 742,000
Seat 9: Brian Paneth – 721,000

The chip leader of the day 1 named as Ryan Tamanini got busted to 13th place. He was able to collect $7,340 from the tournament. Korotki played outstandingly well. He outplayed Chinmay Patel, who busted to 16th place and collected $6,102 from the tournament.

Another notable player known as Joseph Giulino busted to 12th place. He made $8,946 from this particular Main event. Michael Woll proved to be a bit unlucky because after playing well, he couldn’t qualify to top 9 positions. Woll made $8,946 from the tournament for his 10th place.

Many notable players like Jamie Kerstetter eliminated to 32nd players. He took home $2,946 from the game; meanwhile Matt Affleck hit the rail to 25th place for a total $3,795.