Event #6: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout
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123

Interesting Tables in the Pavilion Room

[user169806] • Level 5: 100-200, 25 ante

There is a trio of interesting tables over in the Pavilion Room that is adjacent to the Brasilia Room from where we're based, two of which are heads-up and the other being contested three ways.

Amanda Musumeci holds a slight chip advantage over the flamboyant Italian Max Pescatori, but their match seems to be played to a small-ball style that Daniel Negreanu is famed for.

Next to their table, Allen Kessler and Galen Hall are locking horns, Hall has a solid advantage there, but again neither player is giving much away.

A couple of feet away from those two tables is one that is the home to Greg Merson, Brandon Meyers and Japan's Yosuke Sekiya, the latter being the shortest stack and in need of a double up sooner rather than later.

Player Chips Progress
Amanda Musumeci us
Amanda Musumeci
us 18,400 11,100
Galen Hall us
Galen Hall
us 15,200 11,100
Max Pescatori it
Max Pescatori
it 14,000 9,500
Allen Kessler us
Allen Kessler
us 11,000 -9,500

Tags: Allen KesslerAmanda MusumeciBrandon MeyersGalen HallGreg MersonMax Pescatori