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Ameristar St. Charles - $1,650

Final Day 1A Chipcounts

Ed McPike bags 246,000 to lead Day 1A Qualifiers

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April 20, 2018 2:08 AM

Ed McPike was the first BigStack of Day 1 HPTPoker Ameristar St Charles $1650 Main Event. when his Pocket_Nines went quads against the Pocket_Kings of Roger Campbell in Level 1. McPike maintained a decent stack all night long, ending up as the top stack as the Bag-n-Tag came at the end of Level 15.

McPike maintained a decent stack all night long, ending up as the top stack as the Bag-n-Tag came at the end of Level 15.Here's all 6 players who are moving on to Sunday's noon start for Day 2 of the Main Event, listed in order of chipcounts.

Ed McPike - 246,000

Alexander Hoff - 212,000

Scott Fry - 158,500

Robert Castoire - 121,500

Chris George - 117,000

Frederick Dottel - 44,000

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