Kevin Hart Survives Day 1 of PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo €100K
World-famous comedy star Kevin Hart took his first crack at a major high roller when he played the $100,000 Super High Roller at PokerStars Championship Bahamas in January.
He fired a couple shells without any luck, but he may have at least learned something from the experience, as he improved his results already on his second try by advancing to Day 2 above the starting stack of the same event at PokerStars Championship presented by Monte-Carlo Casino®.
After eight one-hour levels of Day 1, 38 players bagged up chips, with Daniel Dvoress (907,000) first among them, followed by PokerStars Team Pro and fellow Canadian Daniel Negreanu (864,000). Hart's 396,000 puts him just outside the top 10 at 13th.
Other players bagging included high roller ace Steve O'Dwyer (676,000), David Peters (591,000), Fedor Holz (366,000), Ike Haxton (287,000) and Ole Schemion (310,000) who locked up a trophy earlier in the day by winning the €10,300 Opening Event for about €275,000.
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Soon-to-be dad and PokerStars Team Pro Jason Mercier also nurtured through a stack of 356,000.
Players will return Friday at 12:30 p.m. local time to play out Day 2 starting at 3,000/6,000/1,000. A final prize pool has yet to be determined as eliminated players and fresh entrants may still register until things kick off then. Head on over to the PokerStars Blog for live updates, and tune back in to PokerNews for more feature coverage.
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