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One Lady Remaining

There were three ladies to advance to Day 2 of the $350 NLH here at Ameristar St. Charles. Two of them have been eliminated. Amy Hallowell is the last one standing.

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July 1, 2018 1:46 PM

Amy started the day seventh in chips with 194,500. Here in Level 20, she is hovering around the 380,000 mark so she has chipped up nicely. We'll continue to follow Amy's progress as the day goes on.

Level - 20

Blinds - 6,000/12,000 - Big Blind Ante 12,000

Players Remaining - 22

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