47 PNW players made it through the starting days of 2015 WSOP Event #16 $1,500 Millionaire Maker. Only 66% of the total of 1,130 players who came back for the second day would make the cash, and for the PNW players that figure was pretty much dead on, with 16 falling before the bubble.
Four players from the Northwest survived to Day 3 (out of a total of 142), with Bradley Zusman the best-placed of them at 19th and 667,000 chips. Micah Bell, the winner of the “Chosen One” competition this spring, sits in 42nd place at just under half a million. Par minder Kumar is just above the median stack at 354,000, and Darlene Lee has 163,000, which translates to 16 BB, as players will be coming back today in the middle of the 5,000/10,000/1,000 level 21.
UPDATE 8 June 15, 15:30: Micah Bell is the last PNW player in the field at the second break of Day 3, right in the middle of the field with 48 players remaining.
UPDATE 8 June 15 22:00: After losing a big hand to Erick Lindgren, Micah Bell was eliminated in a 3-way pot in 21st place, taking home $45,275.
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