The Texas Poker Open continued at Champions Club in Houston, Texas with the $3,300 Main Event, featuring a $2,000,000 guaranteed prize pool.

Spencer Champlin (1,767,000) and Erik Seidel (1,255,000) lead the 22 surviving players out of a field of 185 entrants on Day 1D. Champlin and Seidel join Bob Shao (1,304,000), David Mzareulov (1,175,000), and Jeremy Becker (1,053,000) as the only players to bag seven-figure stacks thus far.

Lennis Penn, Sascha Walter, David Diaz, Harry Cullen, Yunkyu Song, Aashir Ahharwal, Jim Collopy, Michael Berk, Gregory Fishberg, Ray Qartomy, Frederic Normand, Bradley Ruben, Vladyslav Shovkovyi, Joseph Dulaney, Youn Noh, Jesus Martinez, Upeshka De Silva, Miguel Use, Jake Schwartz, and Jessica Richards round out the players who bagged in Day 1D.

Players who played this flight but did not find a bag include Shaun Deeb, Eric Baldwin, Francis Anderson, Martin Zamani, Jesse Lonis, Kasey Mills, and David Coleman, who was eliminated by Seidel on the soft bubble.

Patrick Megna was the unfortunate bubble boy on Day 1D. De Silva was at risk on the bubble with ace-eight against Megna's pocket kings, and when an ace spiked the river, Megna was left with a short stack. Megna got his chips in shortly after with ace-king against Diaz's queen-ten. Diaz spiked the river, and Megna was eliminated while the remaining players bagged and tagged. Through the first three flights, 39 players have bagged out of 330 entrants.

All Day 1 survivors will combine for Day 2 on Sunday, April 28, at 2 p.m. CT.

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