As Day 1A was drawing to a close, the big stacks started to gobble up the small stacks, and Scott Woodard continued his fearless play. While many players were simply waiting out the last few hands of the day, Woodard showed everyone that he still had his foot on the gas pedal.
With less than 10 minutes left to play in the day, Woodard opened from the cut off to 5.5K and got called by Cory Garrison Jones, immediately to his left, and both blinds. Woodard c-bet 12K on a flop, only to have Jones raise all-in for 50K. Woodard made the call after only a few seconds of reflection and tabled . Jones turned over his cards to show . Woodard faded the overs and the flush draw as the board ran out and scooped a big pot to bring his stack up to 241K.
34 players remained as the final buzzer sounded to bring Day 1A to a close. Here are the chip leaders:
|First Name | Prénom||Last Name | Nom||Stack | Tapis|