Stacked Tables Throughout The Room (Part II)

Feb 27, 2016

Cindy Albert
Cindy Albert

Heading towards the end of Level 5, there are a few more tough lineups popping up throughout this Day 1B field. The first includes plenty of players that have made deep Parx runs over the last few series, including a player that is coming off a final table run in last week’s Big Stax 500.

Grace Zhang finished 4th in that event, good for a nearly $40,000 score, her second deep 500 run over the last few months. The first came in October, when the Yale Law student recorded a runner-up result in the Big Stax XIII 500. She’s joined at Table 52 by Mike Dentale, who has a Parx title to his name, along with Kenny Levine, who had a deep run in this summer’s massive Big Stax 200 event.

Add in Michael Marder, who is one of the more consistent players in Parx history, with over 15 career Big Stax scores on his resume, and when it comes time to name a feature table after dinner, Table 52 might just be it.

Across the room, Table 81 contains a wide variety of players. Some are making their first appearance of this WPTDS series, including Cindy Albert. Albert opened the year with a deep run in Borgata’s opening WPO $2,000,000 GTD event, finishing 35th out of an over 5,100 player field, and the Maryland native is now going to try to record her first Parx score this weekend.

She’s joined by a few players that know a thing or two about Parx scores, including DJ MacKinnon. The Buffalo native has over a dozen career Big Stax cashes to his name and Gordon Dunlop is coming off an 11th place finish in the opening Big Stax 300 event of this WPTDS series.

Last but certainly not least, former WSOP November Niner Michael Esposito, who finished 2nd in October’s Big Stax 1100 Championship, is to Albert’s immediate right. Safe to say with these tables are full of experienced players and we should continue to see stacked lineups form throughout the rest of this Day 1B session.

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