After the players’ first 15 minute break, Stephane Faucher had opened up an 80,000 chip lead over the next closest stack. But following the competitors’ second 15 minute break, at the end of level 12, Stephane has been dragged back towards the pack. Although his stack is one of the top five, he no longer holds the lead.
At present Jason Kastner is our front runner, but only by the slimmest of margins. His chip count of 146,000 puts him just a 1,000 chips in front of Travis Robertson, who is nipping at Jason’s heels with a stack of 145,000 chips.
And just 2,000 chips further back, in the show position, is Ernest Kelly, whose stack measures 143,000 chips.
The average stack size is currently 76,000 chips. So the race towards the prize money, and the final table is really tightening up.
Stay tuned to see who makes it into the top 17, and a share of the WCC Event #13 Deepstack Turbo moolah.
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