Kim Frederiksen Leads NAPT Los Angeles Heading Into Day 2

Published on November 14th, 2010 5:16 am EST

North American Poker Tour - NAPT - LogoKim Frederiksen is currently the official chipleader of the inaugural NAPT Los Angeles main event heading into Day 2 on Sunday.

When Day 1B of the tournament wrapped up a few hours ago, Frederiksen was declared the chip leader of the entire event heading into Day 2 on Sunday. Frederiksen finished Day 1B with 237,000 chips, putting him slightly ahead of Day 1A chip leader, Nicholas Grippo (235,100 chips).

The top 10 stacks heading into Day 2 are:

Kim Frederiksen, 237,000
Nicholas Grippo, 235,100
Thomas Middleton, 229,100
Scott Fischman, 224,600
Hafiz Khan, 210,200
Blake Kelso, 207,500
Clint Coffee, 202,900
David Sesso, 200,000
Romulus Segal, 190,700
Cary Katz, 184,000


701 players turned out for the inaugural NAPT Los Angeles, creating a total prize pool of $3,229,857.

The top 104 spots will pay, with the eventual winner of the event taking home $725,000. The runner-up will walk away with $440,000, and all eight of the final table participants will be guaranteed a minimum of $60,000.

There are currently 314 of the 701 original entrants still alive in the tournament after the first two days of play (Day 1A, Day 1B).


As you can imagine, a number of poker's biggest names turned out for this event.

Some of the more notable names who are still alive heading into Day 2 on Sunday include:

Jason Mercier, 173,200
Kathy Liebert, 81,300
Justin Bonomo, 79,600
Daniel Negreanu, 70,200

Some of the notable names that didn't make it to Day 2 on Sunday were Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi and fellow November Nine member John Dolan.

Day 2 will get underway at 1 pm PST on Sunday afternoon.


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