WIth $30,000 in starting chips and one of the best structures on the circuit its no suprise that 317 of the 507 entrants survived Day 1. There was one hand that really stood out during the first day of poker action. Nick Schulman on a Ks-5s-5d-4s-2s board, was thrilled to get all of his chips into the center with 5c-5h, that is until his opponent flipped over the As-3s for a runner-runner straight flush. The hand crippled Schulman, and he was eliminated shortly thereafter.
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