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2017 PokerStars Championship Prague Main Event Day 3 – Paul Michaelis Remains in the Lead, 49 Players Remaining

Instead of letting the pack catch up to him on Day 3 of the 2017 PokerStars Championship Prague Main Event, Paul Michaelis instead extended his lead. When the 49 players come back for Day 4 on Saturday, Michaelis’ name will be atop the leaderboard with 1.27 million in chips. 140 players came back on Friday with dreams of the latest PokerStars Championship trophy still in their heads, but the start of the day would be cruel. With only 127 players earning a cash from the tournament, there would be 13 unfortunate souls that wouldn’t earn anything from their trip to the Czech Republic except a memory. With this thought in mind, the field headed off on a planned five, 90-minute level day of action. PokerStars Team Pro Fatima Moreira de Melo had arguably one of the more interesting days on the felt and it started virtually from the first hand

2016 WPT Bay 101 Shooting Star Day 3: Final Table Determined, Stefan Schillhabel On Top of Ladder, Shooting Star Maria Ho Remains

The final table has been determined for the 2016 World Poker Tour’s Bay 101 Shooting Star event in San Jose, CA and only one Shooting Star, poker professional/announcer Maria Ho, remains with their bounty intact. To say the Day 3 field was a competitive one would be a huge understatement. Dylan Linde brought the 36 survivors to the line for the start of action on Thursday, looking at a long day of work to reach the six-player final table before stopping. There were still five Shooting Stars left in the field at this time – Noah Schwartz (1.32 million chips), Dominik Nitsche (1.043 million), Connor Drinan (359K), Matt Salsberg (340K) and Ho (462K) – along with other contenders such as Kyle Julius and WPT Champions’ Club members Shawn Buchanan, Anthony Gregg, Alexander Lakhov and Griffin Paul. In addition to this title, two players – Jake Schwartz and Andjelko Andrejevic –

2016 Aussie Millions Main Event Day 1C: Jen Lakemeier Heads Final Flight, James Obst Remains Overall Leader

All three starting flights of the 2016 Aussie Millions Main Event are in the bag (as are the chips), so it is finally on to Day 2, where all of the survivors of the day one flights come together in a unified field. 337 players registered for Tuesday’s Day 1C at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia, with 224 making it to the finish with chips still on the table. Thus, the total field is 726 players with 413 (or thereabouts – the reported numbers so far might not be 100 percent accurate) returning for Day 2. Registration is still open until the end of the first level on Wednesday, so final numbers will be in tomorrow. Germany’s Jen Lakemeier led all Day 1C with 175,000 chips, putting him in third place overall behind Day 1A leaders James Obst (212,100 chips) and Terence Clee (183,000 chips). If the above player