• June 18, 2021

2014 World Poker Tour Legends of Poker to Day 3

The World Poker Tour Legends of Poker from The Bicycle Casino continued on Tuesday, and the field was cut from over 200 players remaining down to 67. With 54 spots set to pay out in the event and $576,369 up for grabs to first place, Day 3 should lend itself to an exciting day of poker.
Chris Tolone was the only player to cross the million chip mark after winning a key pot late in the night at the World Poker Tour Legends of Poker Main Event.
Chris Tolone topped the pack of survivors moving forward with his stack of 982,000 in chips, and he did so in spectacular fashion. Right at the end of Day 2, Tolone and Nick Grippo played a big one. We’re talking over 900,000 in chips when the blinds were at 2,500/5,000 with a 500 ante in Level 17.
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Tolone was joined by Owen Crowe, Freddy Deeb, David Chiu, Matt Salsbreg and Ali Eslami ending the day with a healthy stack. Keven Stammen, Andy Frankenberger, David Williams and Ryan Riess also moved on to Day 3 but with a shorter stack.
Phil Laak, Nam Le, JC Tran, Mike Sexton, Mohsin Charania, Greg Mueller, Jesse Martin, Garrett Greer and defending champ Jordan Cristos were among the players who did not survive the day.
Day 2 Top Ten Chip Counts
Chris Tolone – 1,003,000
Richard Munro – 756,000
Tyler Cornell – 622,000
Amit Makhija – 607,000
Owen Crowe – 605,000
Taylor McFarland – 605,000
Kyle Welsh – 603,000
Jeremy Kottler – 568,000
Freddy Deeb – 562,000
Anthony Tao – 555,000
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Steve Carr

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