PGT Mixed Games II continued on Wednesday at the PokerGO Studio from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada with Event #6: $10,200 Dealer's Choice. The tournament drew 49 entries and play reached heads-up at the end of Day 1.

Craig Chait has the lead with 4,435,000 to Dylan Weisman's 2,915,000. Chait began the final table as the chip leader and maintained it throughout, knocking out two players en route to his bagging the heads-up chip lead. Weisman was the short stack with five players left, but started to chip up before eliminating the next three players to close the gap with Chait.

The field of 49 entrants created a prize pool of $490,000 and the final seven players earned a piece of it. Ryan Miller just missed out, busting on the money bubble. Andrew Kelsall was the first to depart from the final table, running into a cooler against Craig Chait in Big O. Kelsall got it in with aces and the nut low draw against Chait's bottom set and nut low draw. No help came for Kelsall and he was out in seventh place. Dan Shak fell next during A-5 Triple Draw, also falling at the hands of Chait. Weisman then eliminated John Monnette, David Funkhouser, and Walter Chambers in a 15-minute span to close the gap with Chait.

PGT Mixed Games II Event #6: $10,200 Dealer's Choice Results

Place Player Country Prize Points
1st     $166,600 167
2nd     $107,800 108
3rd Walter Chambers United Staes $73,500 74
4th David Funkhouser United States $53,900 54
5th John Monnette United States $39,200 39
6th Dan Shak United States $29,400 29
7th Andrew Kelsall United States $19,600 20

When play resumes, the button is on Dylan Weisman and action will start with 23:25 left in Level 17 with blinds of 20,000/40,000 in the Big Bet games, and limits of 80,000/160,000 in the limit games. There are three hands remaining in Big O.

Play will resume at 12 p.m. PT on Thursday, October 12th.

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