World Series Of Poker Rain Delay Didn’t Affect Hamid Feiz


Jul 2015

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The World Series Of Poker never ceases to be the center of attention, especially during the #68B Main Event. During the first day of playing, there was heavy rain, which was able to leak through the roof at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas, in the Brasilia Ballroom where the players were playing.

Due to this leak, the games were delayed momentarily while the tables were moved to the Amazon Room. The following tables were moved: 1-19, 24, 31, 38, and 39. The even continued after the players had dinner at 8:18 p.m. This has been a great first of the main event. The chip leaders so far are:

Hamid Feiz 182675
Adil Khan 156800
Srikanth Koneru 154725
William Kakon 152325
Gjergj Sinishtaj 149100
Edward Grau 148825
Marko Neumann 146675
Alex Tran 142700
Yong Lu 141750
Tomas Altamirano 141700

The Event #68A: No-Limit Hold’em will end on Tuesday, July 14, 2015. There still isn’t an official count of the number of entries, as the Event #68C is yet to start. We are looking at thousands on entries, at least, each with a $10,000 buy-in, so the prize pool will be quite large.