Brian Schoonover was the chip leader at the start of the day. He managed to ride that stack all the way to the final table before being eliminated in ninth place.
We missed the final hand but Schoonover exited in ninth for $2,796. There are eight players remaining and the clock says 5 minutes remaining in this level before blinds jump to 25,000/50,000.
Level - 24
Blinds - 20,000/40,000 - Big Blind Ante 40,000
Players Remaining - 8
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