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Senovio Ramirez III Leads at 2017 WSOP Millionaire Maker

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Jun/13/2017

The clock is paused and ten more levels are in the books at the end of Day 2 of the Millionaire Maker. Just two more days remain before the 2017 World Series of Poker crowns yet another millionaire, and 136 players are still in contention.

Senovio Ramirez III is the clear chip leader at the end of the night, finishing with a whopping 1,570,000 chips, good for 130 big blinds coming back to blinds at 6,000/12,000 with a 2,000 ante. The second spot on the leader board belongs to Lucas Blanco (1,339,000), with Daniel Lee rounding out the top three stacks with 1,196,000 chips. Of the remaining players, just nine of them have stacks over a million, from the 7,500-chip starting stack on Day 1.

Notable Chip Counts; Senovio Ramirez III Leads

A last look around the room at some of the notable stacks before the action ended after Day 2, with Senovio Ramirez III leading the way.

Senovio Ramirez III    1,380,000     1,272,000

Daniel Lee     1,270,000     1,238,300

Jessica Dawley     735,000 210,000

Kenny Hallaert     635,000 30,000

Joe Cada       620,000 100,000

Bertrand Grospellier     480,000     205,000

End-of-Day Chip Counts

 

Senovio Ramirez III    1,570,000     190,000

Lucas Blanco 1,339,000     1,297,300

Daniel Lee     1,196,000     -74,000

Scott Baumstein   1,187,000     1,125,300

Michael Falcon Ravn    1,135,000     943,300

Brian Altman 1,112,000     -248,000

Victor Wan    1,101,100     1,010,700

Brayden Gazlay    1,101,000     1,038,100

Yervand Boyadjian      1,023,000     930,300

Harsukhpaul Sangha  980,000 930,200

Bryce Yockey 962,000 825,800

Mark Dube    951,000 676,000

TM Williams   930,000 879,000

Rumen Nanev      889,000 853,200

Marc MacDonnell  873,000

Muhammad Abdel Rahim    825,000 694,300

Alexander Farahi  782,000 703,700

Patrick Ruth  772,000 707,100

Martin Vega  759,000 736,500

Jonathan Gray     758,000 706,600

Leonardo Patacconi    738,000 718,800

Warren Sheaves  730,000 50,000

Chad J Brown       726,000 416,000

Asi Moshe     724,000 701,300

Martin Carnero     659,000 629,900

Kevin O'Donnell    650,000 541,700

Jessica Dawley     650,000 -85,000

Ralph Perry   643,000 520,500

Joshua Gibson     616,000 545,400

Jeremy Dresch     610,000 542,600

Harvey Alegado   609,000 549,800

Shawn Heckerman      603,000 507,200

Stanley Lee   575,000 540,400

Michael Delvecchio Iii  572,000 472,800

Hector Martin       550,000 483,700

Thomas Lefort      530,000 524,000

Thomas Taylor     526,000 256,000

Kenny Hallaert     523,000 -112,000

Yuriy Boyko   523,000 458,600

Kevin Degroote    517,000 441,200

Joe Cada       508,000 -112,000

Gerald Cunniff      504,000 412,700

Mitch Schock 495,000 442,400

Lester Joslin  490,000 446,200

Arkadiy Tsinis       483,000 409,400

Martin Matranca   483,000 406,000

Yossi Krispin  475,000 442,300

Lucas Orsatelli     460,000 397,300

Lisa Hamilton       456,000 422,500

Bertrand Grospellier    451,000 -29,000

Gary Sewell   444,000 305,200

John Myung   440,000 240,000

Thomas Doussan 433,000 418,000

Pablo Mariz   424,000 309,000

Brent Roberts      422,000 383,300

Boris Kolev    420,000 129,300

Bob Bounahra      417,000 372,000

Aaron Johnson     416,000 345,100

Dejuante Alexander    411,000 348,800

Eric Rappaport     404,000 366,500

Dominic Ricciardi   404,000 0

In Sun Geoum      387,000 335,300

Jason Strasser     386,000 282,900

Allan Sannier 385,000 15,000

Daniel Chan  384,000 325,800

Robert Chow 380,000 60,000

Thiago Grigoletti  371,000 371,000

Alexander Miedl   365,000 328,500

Brian Rast     357,000 -243,000

Farzad Bonyadi    356,000 286,400

Mstr Lynch    346,000 262,000

Jonathan Karamalikis  345,000 287,900

Harald Sammer    345,000 279,800

Richard Alsup       329,000 329,000

Kevin Schulz  327,000 247,200

Kyle Cartwright    326,000 211,600

Bryan Piccioli 318,000 193,000

Thanh Hoa    303,000 196,600

Jonathan Levy     296,000 262,600

Igor Zektser  293,000 -182,000

James Buckley      291,000 216,800

Phung Ngo    280,000 157,500

Kyle Knecht   278,000 160,600

Aaron Overton     276,000 254,400

Andras Koroknai  275,000 213,900

Ryan Buckholtz    275,000 252,800

Brian Gorman       271,000 176,900

Vic Peppe      266,000 208,800

Shawn Buchanan 266,000 121,000

Kevin Ho       253,000 158,300

Josep Maria Galindo Lopez       246,000 145,700

Joseph Hebert     246,000 116,000

Frederick Ferrell   238,000 154,100

Brent Nokleby      215,000 134,100

Andrew Holland   214,000 138,100

Sumit Sapra  210,000 -33,000

Jacob Bazeley      208,000 99,400

Matt Affleck   207,000 -23,000

Georgios Kapalas 206,000 150,800

Chen Yu Hung      201,000 149,100

Ihar Soika     197,000 119,500

Farah Galfond      190,000 165,900

Anthony Fung      189,000 160,700

Joshua Mountain  182,000 157,200

Navid Mohabaty-Doost      178,000 84,000

Maxim Semisoshenko  175,000 155,000

Daniel Kruse 174,000 146,100

Vincent Indrizzo   174,000 140,500

Binh Nguyen 170,000 123,400

Thomas Brady      169,000 0

David Hubbard     169,000 122,600

Mike Vanier   164,000 68,400

Thu Tran       164,000 114,100

Krzysztof Tarapata     163,000 58,100

Leo Kaplin     158,000 89,400

Paul Michaelis      155,000 48,400

Scott Skriba  152,000 -318,000

Scott Vener   150,000 90,000

Scott Margereson       144,000 120,800

Kyung Lee     143,000 95,800

Aharon Shabtay   134,000 103,200

Ekrem Bozkurt     134,000 3,300

Ronald McGinnity  131,000 102,200

Dustin Lee    130,000 54,900

John Leal      127,000 -190,000

Gregory Katayama      119,000 59,400

Jordan Cristos      105,000 23,800

Jimmy Tran    103,000 -2,500

Kurt Lichtman       102,000 82,300

Andy Phan    100,000 69,000

Timothy Vance     95,000   -700

Idan Raviv     94,000   24,700

Moritz Dietrich      79,000   -1,000

Adrian Attenborough  61,000   47,900

Jeffrey Smith 40,300   40,300

Adam Swan   40,000   40,000

Bradley Webert    35,000   -31,300

Ronald Gesmundo       33,000   -51,200

Elia Ahmadian      20,500   -900

Alex Foxen    12,700   -54,900

Joey Weissman   9,300         9,300

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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