Day 1B is now officially finished as the 60 or so remaining players are all bagging their chips.
The current chip leader is Burenjargal Badamsuren, who is around 175,000, while Andrew Gaw has almost 127,000.
Meanwhile, Ricky Foo, William Zulueta, and Christina Agustin are all hovering around 100,000.
Burenjargal Badamsuren 174,900
Andrew Gaw 128,000
Reynaldo Concepcion 110,800
Cristina Agustin 110,000
Richie Chua 106,000
Paul Laddaron 99,100
Fou Yong Cheung 96,700
William Zulueta 91,800
Joshua Rivera 91,000
Eric Sia 73,400
Kirby Te 57,300
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Phillip Abadilla will be walking out the door a happy man.
On the very last hand at his table before the chips were bagged, he raised pre-flop to 4,000 and was re-raised all-in by another player.
He immediately called, turning over
of his opponent.
A queen on the flop cemented the win for Abadilla and he will return on Sunday with a stack of 44,000.
Before we could see a flop, Kirby Te on the cut-off and the button went all-in with Kirby covering his opponent.
Kirby showed his
which was ahead of the button's
sent Kirby's opponent off the table and brought Kirby's stack up to more than 68,000.
Pre-flop, Hanjun Hak goes all-in for 52,000 from the big blind. The remaining player in late position stared at him for a long time and finally made the call.
while his opponent turned over
doubled up Hanjun to more than 105,000.
After a series of raises led to both players going all-in pre-flop, Richie Chua flipped over
while Sam showed
The flop of
hit both players but put his opponent ahead.
The turn of
brought nothing; however, the
that came on the river gave him trips and knocked Sam out of the tournament.
Christina Agustin has just built up her stack by winning a big pot.
Pre-flop, the cutoff raised to 4,000 and she made it 10,000 to go. Her opponent called and they saw the flop of
, which both players checked.
The turn came the
. Christina bet 11,000 and the cutoff called.
The river was the
and she bet another 11,000. This time, the other player folded, awarding her the pot.
She is now up to more than 91,000 in chips.
Retired general Marino Filart has boosted his stack after a double-up.
Pre-flop, Andrew Gaw raised to 4,000 only to have someone from middle position go all-in. Filart, who was the small blind, called while Andrew got out of the way.
Middle position player:
The board ran out
to boost Filart's chips to more than 43,000.
Meanwhile, "short-stacked" would probably be an understatement for the other player, who is left with only 200 in chips.