The numbers are in, with 526 entrants making for a $1,435,980 prize pool. The biggest slice of that will go to the winner who will receive $330,277. A total of 54 players are guaranteed some cash for their time, with the min cash worth $5,557. The final table payouts can be seen below.
James Dempsey says he is freerolling right now, courtesy of this interesting hand he has just tweeted about.
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Dan Shak has just lost a large portion of his chips during a hand that went down like this. A player in middle position opened the action with a raise to 400. Shak was in late position and he made the call, along with the player on the button.
On the flop, the middle position player continued his betting, firing out 1,300. Shak made the call, while the button player got out of the way. The on the turn would see Shak's opponent shove for 1,200 and Shak would make the call.
Shak had plenty of draws, but his opponent had the better draw on both sides of the pot, managing to scoop with the flush for the high end of the pot and a sixty-five low for the other half of the pot.