Live Tournament Updates
Day 1A Ends with Approximately 85 Players
Level 9: 400-800, 100 ante
The players have bagged and tagged their chips and there appears to be around 85 Day 1A survivors in this inaugural WPT Jacksonville Fall Poker Series Main Event.
Matthew Jarvis appears to be the chip leader heading into Day 2. After busting a player on one of the final hands of play, Jarvis finished up with 190,300, putting him out front of Eli Gomez, who ended with 181,300.
The Day 1A survivors will get a day to relax while Day 1B players take to the table on Saturday. We'll be seeing some of the eliminated players hitting the felt again tomorrow thanks to the re-entry component of the tournament.
We will have official chip counts, the Day 1A photo recap, and the latest episode of "Jess and BJ" up before Day 1B gets underway at 12pm ET on Saturday.
Here is a look at the unofficial top fve chip leaders form Day 1A:
1. Matthew Jarvis - 190,300
2. Eli Gomez - 181,300
3. Shaun Deeb - 174,900
4. Robert LeBeau - 170,000
5. David Pham - 165,600
11:51 PM, 11/18/11