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Next Round of Knockouts

We are down to the final three tables in the $350 Mini Series Main Event from Ameristar St. Charles. Here are the 28th-36th finishers.

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July 1, 2018 1:30 PM

The following players all earned $811 for their finish in today's tournament:

28th - Craig Spalding

29th - Mike Deiters

30th - Daya Patibandla (pictured)

31st - Derek Ponto

32nd - Robert Loucks

33rd - Noel Chladek

34th - Paul Verhulst

35th - Clay Wideman

36th - Lucas Tae

Blinds - 5,000/10,000

Players Remaining - 35

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