The first and only player to top four million chips in the High Roller Finale so far is Alex Foxen, who pushes John Duthie into second. The field is still growing, and with two one-hour levels left of late registration, it looks like that $1,000,000 guarantee may yet be met
John Duthie has slightly extended his chip lead in the opening levels of Day 2 in the $10,300 High Roller Finale. Creeping up on him in chips are both Alex Foxen and Kristen Bicknell (on different tables, for a change). Bicknell added a few chop-pot chips to her stack after taking
Here's how the surviving baker's dozen from Day 1 in the $10,300 High Roller Finale stack up. Their numbers are sure to be swelled by late registrants tomorrow (registration closes after four levels, at 6:30pm). Play restarts at 2pm, one hour earlier than scheduled.
Bertrand Grospellier found himself with under ten big blinds in the final level of the day, but also found an open spot on the button and an [Ad3h] with which to take a spin. Small blind Paul Byrne gave him that spin for his 225,000 with [ksth], which failed to