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.

David Mzareulov (1,175,000) and Jeremy Becker (1,053,000) lead the 11 surviving players out of a field of 92 entrants on Day 1B. Mzareulov and Becker join Day 1A chip leader Bob Shao (1,304,000) as the only players to bag seven-figure stacks thus far.

David Dowdy (819,000), Isaac Kempton (649,000), USPO champion Aram Zobian (498,000), Brendon Kaufman (412,000), Oswin Ziegelbecker (290,000), Victoria Livschitz (216,000), Gabriel Andrade (170,000), Jeff Platt (134,000), and Thai Ha (111,000) round out the players who bagged in Day 1B.

Harry Cullen was eliminated on the Day 1B money bubble when he got his short stack in with ace-king suited against Zobian's pocket jacks. The runout failed to improve Cullen, and the remaining players bagged and tagged. Through the first two flights, 17 players have bagged out of 145 entrants.

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

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