The poker room at Harveys Lake Tahoe is currently serving as arena for WSOP Circuit Main Event action and as many as 71 hopefuls from the $1,700 buy-in tournament’s two starting flights are set to return to the gambling venue at noon Northern Nevada time to continue their run for the title and a coveted WSOP Circuit gold ring.
Day 1B of the tournament ended late Saturday night. The second of two starting flights drew 251 entries, but only 45 of them made it through all the levels played. It was Israel’s Alon Eldar who bagged the largest chip stack at the end of the night with 374,000. Hot on his heels were Joe Burke with 357,000 and William Chao with 319,000.