BPPS $100K: Slow Going Five-Handed
Level 24 (12,000/24,000/3,000)
Total BPPS Entrants: 272
Players Remaining: 5
Chip Average: 1,650,000
We expected the pace of play to slow once the shorter stacks hit the rail but we didn’t expect this final table to come to a screeching halt. Through the last half hour, it has, as players have bene doing nothing more than trading chips back and forth, with very few major, meaningful hands developing.
Justin Kadet, despite his short stack, has been pretty active, increasing his standing slightly although he still remains the only player under the 1,000,000 chip mark.
That aggression has made Eilyah Asur comment that Kadet’s massage is “definitely working”, as he’s been getting his lower back worked on by the masseuse for the last fifteen minutes or so and has seen a significant increase to his stack since.
Other than Kadet’s increase, there hasn’t been much other movement of the stacks. It should be interesting to see if this slow pace continues, as the blinds and antes are set to go up again in just under 15 minutes.