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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Exact Counts From the Final Four

The final four players took a look at a chip chop, but it was quickly shot down. So we play on!

Blinds: 40,000-80,000

Lawrence Ma - 7.015 million
Rick - 4.29 million
Hermilo Vargas - 2.445 million
Raymond Ho - 1.465 million

Mike Guttman Eliminated in 5th Place ($18,520)


Mike Guttman moved all in for his final 285,000, and he was called by Raymond Ho and Hermilo Vargas. The flop came down [9c][7c][5h], and Ho check called a bet of 225,000 from Vargas. The two would then check the [Qh] turn and [Qd] river.

Vargas showed [10h][10c], and Ho chuckled as he showed [Kc][8c] for a monster missed draw. Guttman had [3d][3s], and Vargas collected the knockout.

Updated Counts From the Final Five

Blinds: 30,000-60,000 Average: 3 million

Lawrence Ma - 5.9 million
Rick - 4.2 million
Raymond Ho - 1.7 million
Hermilo Vargas - 1.5 million
Mike Guttman - 980,000

Peter Xiong Eliminated in 6th Place ($14,760)


Peter Xiong laid low for most of the final table, content to let the other stacks battle it out and ladder up. Eventually, he shoved his final 330,000 with [Ah][5c], and he was called by Rick in the big blind with [10s][6h].

The flop of [Qh][Js][6s] gave Rick the lead, and Xiong wasn't able to catch up, as the board completed [4h] and [2d].

Paul Saleba Eliminated in 7th Place ($12,240)



Action folded around to Rick who raised to 225,000. Paul Saleba was the only caller in the small blind, and the flop came down [7h][6h][4s]. Saleba checked to Rick, who bet out 400,000. Saleba check raised all in, and Rick assessed his stack, let out a sigh, and called.

Saleba: [8c][8d]
Rick: [Kc][Ks]

Saleba needed an eight or a five to win, but instead the [2c] and [Jd] came.

This gets us down to our final six players. As of yet, there hasn't been any talks of a chop.

Omar Bravo Eliminated in 8th Place ($9,730)


Omar Bravo got his final chips in the middle preflop holding [Ad][Qs], and he was flipping against the [Jd][Js] of monster chip leader Lawrence Ma. The flop of [6d][4h][10h] was great for Ma, as was the [Jh] on the turn. Only a king would do for Bravo now, but the [9h] came instead.

With that pot, Ma now has half of the chips in play seven handed.

Khaled Faissal Eliminated in 9th Place ($7,280)


Action folded around to Khaled Faissal in the small blind, and for the second time at this final table, he shoved all in on Hermilo Vargas's big blind. The last time Vargas called, he was dominated. This time, it was the other way around.

Vargas: [10d][9s]
Faissal: [9h][7h]

The flop of [6d][3c][6h] kept Vargas in front, and the [10h] on the turn gave him a pair. Faissal needed an eight and an eight only now, but the [4s] came instead.

Just before that, our final table player, who asked to simply go by Rick, doubled up when his kings held against the King-Queen of Paul Saleba.

Faissal Doubles Up

Action folded around to Khaled Faissal in the small blind, and he moved all in for his final 200,000. Hermilo Vargas, who already had 50,000 in the big blind, call it off, only to see the bad news.

Faissal: [Qd][6c]
Vargas: [7h][6d]

Faissal's queen high held on the [Ah][Kh][3c][Kd][5s] runout, and Faissal scored a small double up to 500,000, though he is still our short stack.

Lee Gale Eliminated in 10th Place ($5,820)


Raymond Ho raised to 100,000 under the gun, and action folded around to Lee Gale in the small blind. He moved all in for 910,000, and Ho called it off with just 15,000 behind.

Ho: [10d][10s]
Gale: [Ks][Js]

The board ran down [Qc][2c][6h][7h][2h], and Ho's tens held to virtually double him up, while also getting us down to nine players.

Raymond Ho - 1.9 million
Lee Gale - Out

Final Table Photos and Counts for Event #16


Seat 1: Paul Saleba - 1.83 million

Seat 2: Khaled Faissal - 380,000 (short stack)

Seat 3: Hermilo Vargas - 1.4 million

Seat 4: Omar Bravo - 1.5 million

Seat 5: Mike Guttman - 760,000

Seat 6: Lawrence Ma - 5.4 million (chip leader)

Seat 7: Lee Gale - 1.18 million

Seat 8: "Rick" - 1.6 million (not pictured)

Seat 9: Raymond Ho - 635,000

Seat 10: Peter Xiong - 470,000



What's Coming Up: Monday, January 30th

We are back to the Mixed Game Events tomorrow with our 1 PM event, a $570 buy-in Omaha 8-or-Better tournament. Players will start with 12,500 in chips, and registration will be open until 5:30 PM. This is a two day event, with the finals starting up on Tuesday at 2 PM.

The 5 PM event is a $350 Shootout Event. For those who might not be familiar with the Shootout format, here's how it goes. Players will play their starting table down to a winner, just like a sit n go. The winners of all those tables will then combine to form the final field. From there, it plays just like a regular tournament. Registration for that event is open until 7:50 PM.

Just Two Eliminations From the Final Table Now


We are down to just 12 players now in the $300,000 Guaranteed Event, and with two more bustouts, we will have our final table of 10. The following players took home $4,550.

13. Jarod Einsohn
14. Juan Gonzalez
15. Joe Nalbandyan

And these three won $3,740.

16. Andrew Low
17. Eugene Tito
18. Adam Volen (pictured above)

Lawrence Ma Coolers Jarod Einsohn in Huge Hand

Facing an early position raise, Lawrence Ma just called. It folded around to Jarod Einsohn, who moved all in for about 800,000. The original raiser folded, and Ma snap called.

Einsohn: [Qh][Qd]
Ma: [Ad][As]

The two likely would have gotten the money in anyways on the [Jd][9c][4c] flop, and while Einsohn picked up a draw with the [8h] on the turn, the [Kh] on the river was no help to him.

With that pot, Ma is now the chip leader with over three million, and has about 20% of the chips in play right now.

Jarod Einsohn Spikes the River in Wild Hand

Not long after doubling up with pocket kings, Jarod Einsohn saw himself in another great spot to pick up a big pot. After the player next to him shoved for about 450,000 with [6s][6c], Einsohn woke up with [As][Ah], and moved all in over the top.

The flop of [7c][6h][3d] shot his opponent into the lead, though Einsohn didn't flinch at the site of the two outer. The turn was a brick, but the [Ad] on the river sent the crowd into a frenzy. After the dust settled, another table mate said he folded Ace-Seven, meaning it was a classic one outer on the river for Einsohn, who is now up to 1.4 million.

Lawrence Ma Scores Massive Pot in Event #16

In a hand that went deep into the last break, Lawrence Ma just scored a massive knockout to get his stack up to over two million. We caught up with the action on the flop of [Ac][10c][7d].  Ma's opponent had already fired 200,000, and Ma put out a raise to 625,000. This was enough to set his opponent all in, and he tanked for quite some time before calling.

Ma: [Ah][10h]
Opponent: [As][9c]

Ma was in about as good a shape as you can be in, but of course, poker is never that easy. The [9c] on the turn made Ma sweat a bit, but the [7s] on the river sealed the hand for him.

This gets Ma up to 2.4 million with just 15 players left.

In the Money of the Triple Stack Event

The Triple Stack Event is now in the money, with just 80 players remaining. Below you will see a few of the players who have locked up a small payday, and have their eyes on the $21,500 prizepool.


Ylon Schwartz

Harry Arutyunyan

Dana Kellstrom

Hagop Daglian

Just Two Tables Remaining Now

Blinds: 12,000-24,000 Average: 850,000

Paul Saleba - 2.6 million
Lawrence Ma - 1.55 million
Raymond Ho - 650,000
Hermilo Vargas - 500,000
Jarod Einsohn - 460,000
Eugene Tito - 170,000

Next Round of Event #16 Bustouts


We are now at the point where there is a payjump for every three eliminations. The following players all took home $3,080.

19. Evan Braunstein (pictured above)
20. Sean Kim
21. Emil Mactal

These three all took home $2,580.

22. Jason Gravatt
23. Richard Mestas
24. Brian Huerta

And lastly, these three all won $2,160 tonight.

25. Chris Grigorian
26. Payman Arjang
27. John Theis

Some Chippies From the Final 27

Blinds: 12,000-24,000 Average: 570,000

Paul Saleba - 2.1 million
Lawrence Ma - 1.05 million
Raymond Ho - 780,000
Evan Braunstein - 370,000
Chris Grigorian - 310,000
Eugene Tito - 270,000
Hermilo Vargas - 265,000
Jarod Einsohn - 130,000


Just Three Tables Remaining in Event #16

We are down to the final 27 players, and they all just did a full three table redraw. The following players all took home $1,890 for their efforts tonight.

28. Michael Roy
29. Kyle Keating
30. Alan Myerson
31. Yunpeng Jiang
32. Syed Kadri
33. Cheng Hai
34. Meng Taing
35. Erwin Dinsay
36. Anilkumar Kadimisetty

Paul Saleba With Massive Lead Right Now


Paul Saleba already had the chip lead in this event when he won a three way all in with pocket nines against Ace-Jack and pocket aces. He flopped a set of nines, and after scooping that pot, it looks like he is up to 2.3 million. There are 15.4 million chips in play, which means he amazingly has about 15% of the chips in play with four tables to go. Here are a few of the other notable stacks at the moment.

Blinds: 8,000-16,000 Average: 450,000

Paul Saleba - 2.3 million
Alan Myerson  - 740,000
Raymond Ho - 490,000
Lawrence Ma - 480,000
Evan Braunstein - 450,000
Chris Grigorian - 340,000
Jarod Einsohn - 300,000
Adam Volen - 295,000
Eugene Tito - 180,000

Next Round of Event #16 Bustouts


The following players all took home $1,630 for their efforts today.

37. Andreas Dassopoulos (pictured above)
38. Logan Kingsbury
39. Jason Kim
40. Mark Cannon
41. Ryan Johnson
42. Thomas Zanot
43. Erich Karle
44. John Martin
45. Adam Kipnis

Cards in the Air: $75 Facebook Exclusive Event

It's time for the always popular Facebook Exclusive event here at the 2017 LAPC! The buy-in today is just $75, and all you have to do to be eligible is like the Commerce Casino facebook page! Registration will be open until 7 PM in this event, and we will be giving out some fun prizes on our facebook page as well, so stay tuned there!

Some Chippies From the Final 45

Blinds: 6,000-12,000 Average: 350,000

Alan Myerson - 680,000
Lawrence Ma - 630,000
Adam Volen - 390,000
Raymond Ho - 370,000
Andreas Dassopoulos - 315,000
Chris Grigorian - 250,000
Eugene Tito - 230,000
Jarod Einsohn - 210,000
Hermilo Vargas - 150,000

First Round of Day 2 Bustouts

We are down to the final five tables in the $300,000 Guaranteed restart, which means we are about to start listing the names of players who have busted out The following players took home $1,460 today.

46. Brian Rios
47. Susan Millar
48. Michael Leary
49. Shawn Walker
50. Erick Lee
51. Nick Phoenix
52. Ricardo Jaime
53. Dylan Brock
54. Ayyub Patel

By the Numbers: $175 Triple Stack Event

Today's Triple Stack Event drew a massive crowd of 802 players. This created a prizepool of $120,300, more than doubling the posted guarantee. The final 101 players will finish in the money tonight, with first place turning a $175 investment into a payday of $21,500. The full breakdown of the payouts can be viewed below. Good luck to all those still in!

1. $21,500
2. $15,040
3. $9,710
4. $7,180
5. $5,470
6. $4,350
7. $3,600
8. $2,860
9. $2,140
10-12. $1,760
13-15. $1,400
16-18. $1,160
19-21. $950
22-24. $810
25-27. $670
28-36. $550
37-45. $480
46-54. $430
55-63. $390
64-72. $350
73-81. $320
82-90. $290
91-99. $270
100-101. $240

Some Updated Counts From the Day 2 Restart

Blinds: 4,000-8,000 Players Left: 70 Average: 220,000

Lawrence Ma - 455,000
Adam Volen - 395,000
Jarod Einsohn - 385,000
Alan Myerson - 310,000
Nick Phoenix - 230,000
Hermilo Vargas - 205,000
Andreas Dassopoulos - 185,000
Erich Karle - 120,000
Keith Kozar - 95,000


Prizepool Nearing $100,000 in the Triple Stack

Today's Triple Stack event has drawn one of the biggest fields of the series so far, as over 600 players have entered. The line is still out the door with registration open until 3:50 PM today. The buy-in is just $175, and we already have over $90,000 in the middle. Remember this is a one day event, so don't miss out on it!

LAPC Event #19 $25,000 Guaranteed Facebook Exclusive Event

  • LAPC Event #19
  • $25,000 Guarantee
  • Just "Like" Commerce Facebook Page
  • 1/29/17 - 5pm 
  • $75 Buy-in
  • 5,000 Starting Stack 
  • All Levels 20 Minutes 
  • Late Register until 7pm 
  • One Day Event
  • One Re-Entry allowed

Some of the Notables in Today's Day 2


Adam Volen - 244,000

Nick Phoenix - 169,000

Andreas Dassopoulos - 146,000

Jarod Einsohn - 126,500

David Pham - 107,500

Chris Grigorian - 81,500

The Top Stacks to Start the Day 2 Restart


Andrew Low - 503,500

Ayyub Patel - 349,000

Richard Mestas - 327,000

Ingar Robles - 326,000

John Theis - 291,000

Day 2 Restart of the $300,000 Guaranteed Now Underway

We had another big guarantee get blown out of the water in Event $16, as the prizepool got up to $462,900. Today we have 118 players coming back for the big Day 2 restart. Andrew Low has a big lead on the field with 503,500. The next closest stack, Ayyub Patel, has 349,000.

All the levels leading up to the final table will be 40 minutes long today, and these players are battling it out for a first place prize of $72,960. We will be here until the end, providing photos, chip count updates, and final table eliminations, so don't go anywhere!

Cards in the Air: $50,000 Guaranteed Triple Stack

It's time for another action packed Sunday here at the Commerce Casino. We start things off today with a $175 buy-in Triple Stack Event. Players will start with 15,000 in chips today, and all levels will be 20 minutes long. Registration is open until 3:50 PM, and re-entry is also allowed in that time frame. 


Good luck players! 

LAPC Event #18: $50,000 Guaranteed Triple Stack

  • LAPC Event #18 Triple Stack
  • $50,000 Guaranteed
  • 1/29/17 - 12pm 
  • $175 Buy-in
  • 15,000 Starting Stack 
  • All Levels 20 Minutes
  • Late Register until 3:50pm 
  • Re-Entry Allowed Per Flight
  • One Day Event

Event 16 Day 2 Redraw and Chip Count


LAPC EVENT #16 DAY 2 REDRAW
$350 NO LIMIT HOLD'EM
$300,000 GUARANTEE
Entries: 1,543 Prizepool: $462,900
Last Name First Name City State Chips Table Seat
1 Low Andrew Irvine CA 503,500 36 7
2 Patel Ayyub Downey CA 349,000 42 3
3 Mestas Richard San Fernando CA 327,000 45 1
4 Robles Ingar Diamond Bar CA 326,000 38 5
5 Theis John Rancho Cucamonga CA 291,000 48 3
6 Nairin Jeff West Hills CA 290,500 36 5
7 Khalili Sohale Los Angeles CA 254,000 43 6
8 Patrick Brian Garden Grove CA 249,500 44 1
9 Ho Raymond Cerritos CA 247,500 37 4
10 Volen Adam Fullerton CA 244,000 41 8
11 Gravatt Jason Philadelphia PA 238,000 39 4
12 Leo Erick Los Angeles CA 236,000 42 2
13 Kim Jason Los Angeles CA 232,500 36 9
14 Contreras Hector Los Angeles CA 228,500 40 4
15 Rios Brian Monterey Park CA 220,500 44 7
16 Gale Lee West Covina  CA 220,000 46 6
17 Roy Michael Irvine CA 209,000 41 2
18 Dinsay Erwin Rancho Cucamonga CA 206,000 39 8
19 Jiang Yunpeng Los Angeles CA 200,000 46 3
20 Herrmann Dylan Los Angeles CA 181,500 47 5
21 Adams Frederick S Elgin CA 179,000 37 5
22 Mactal Emil Burbank CA 177,000 36 8
23 Nalbandyan Joe Studio City CA 170,000 44 8
24 Phoenix Nick Venice CA 169,000 38 8
25 Millar Susan Costa Mesa CA 163,500 44 5
26 Jaime Ricardo Monterey Park CA 160,500 48 6
27 Foster Christian Los Angeles CA 159,500 46 7
28 Vargas Hermilo Bell Gardens CA 159,000 42 1
29 Kim Sean Denver CO 158,500 41 3
30 Guttman Mike Tarzana CA 158,500 36 2
31 Faissal Vhaled Porter Ranch CA 157,500 46 9
32 Johnson Ryan Phoenix AZ 157,500 40 8
33 Kozar Keith Hollywood CA 157,000 47 4
34 Bravo Omar Bakersfield CA 154,500 48 10
35 Huerta Brian Newhall CA 154,500 48 1
36 Sanchez Greg Los Angeles CA 150,000 42 9
37 Braunstein Evan Playa Vista CA 149,500 48 4
38 Dassopoulos Andreas Rancho Cucamonga CA 146,000 40 1
39 Lineberger Maxwell Chino CA 143,500 48 2
40 Yoo Kyung Burbank CA 143,000 46 2
41 Kauss David Pacific Palisades CA 141,500 42 4
42 Zanot Thomas Phoenix AZ 138,500 38 9
43 Kadimisetti Anil Stamfort CT 137,500 37 8
44 Brock Dylan Huntington Beach CA 135,500 39 7
45 Keating Kyle Hollywood CA 133,000 45 5
46 Zaret Samuel Los Angeles CA 132,500 40 5
47 Ma Lawrence Diamond Bar CA 130,500 47 1
48 Einsohn Jarod Plano TX 126,500 46 1
49 Glass Bob Northridge CA 124,500 41 9
50 Garcia Cord Houston TX 123,500 36 4
51 Tobil Shaun Hanalei HI 123,000 43 9
52 Kim Anthony Irvine CA 122,000 43 1
53 Dassa Shmuel Sherman Oaks CA 120,000 37 6
54 Baghchehsaraie Sirous Cerritos CA 119,500 48 8
55 Chow Siu Monterey Park CA 118,500 41 6
56 Singh Deepinder Torrance CA 118,000 45 3
57 Hulett John Sherman Oaks CA 117,000 43 3
58 Lee Kwok Irvine CA 117,000 40 7
59 Hai Cheng Temple City CA 116,500 47 9
60 Matton Joe Coto De Caza CA 115,500 36 3
61 Cha Andrew Encino CA 114,000 36 6
62 Arjang Payman Woodland Hills CA 112,000 41 4
63 Chavkin Jay Dana Point CA 111,000 41 7
64 Yu Andrew Los Angeles CA 110,000 43 8
65 Eum Young Los Angeles CA 107,500 45 4
66 Pham David Westminster CA 107,500 44 9
67 Hanson Monte San Diego CA 106,500 47 6
68 Taing Meng Downey CA 105,500 37 1
69 Neal Ron Los Angeles CA 101,500 41 1
70 Myerson Alan Sherman Oaks CA 101,000 42 7
71 Tito Eugene Los Angeles CA 101,000 43 2
72 Laor Uri Agoura Hills CA 97,000 48 5
73 Vogt Logan Ojai CA 95,500 39 5
74 Srour Ramzi Burbank CA 95,000 43 7
75 James Will Mobile AL 95,000 44 6
76 Samson Daniel Pacific Palisades CA 91,500 47 7
77 Gonzalez Juan Los Angeles CA 88,000 40 3
78 Kadri Syed Diamond Bar CA 87,000 37 3
79 Cannon Mark Vanouver WA 86,000 47 8
80 Mendez Jeannette Scottsdale AZ 86,000 39 9
81 Smith Doug Los Angeles CA 85,000 48 9
82 Kavle Erich Redondo Beach CA 81,500 38 1
83 Chris Grigorian Panorama City CA 81,500 46 8
84 Vargas Daniel Hermosa Beach CA 81,000 38 3
85 Rose Andy Las Vegas NV 78,000 38 6
86 Rosso Vincenk Yorba Linda CA 77,000 40 2
87 Srabian Kevork Montebello CA 77,000 46 4
88 Swan Chris San Jose CA 77,000 45 7
89 Tatikian Tony Glendale CA 77,000 44 4
90 Padgett Raymond Santa Paula CA 76,000 45 2
91 Walker Shawn La Palma CA 73,000 39 2
92 Kipnis Adam Northridge CA 73,000 37 9
93 Markley Graham Los Angeles CA 71,000 45 9
94 Saleba Paul Los Angeles CA 71,000 38 2
95 Gorman Brian Venice CA 71,000 45 6
96 Hershler Eric Los Angeles CA 69,000 47 3
97 Loary Mike Burbank CA 65,500 47 2
98 Matousian Vanik Los Angeles CA 64,500 46 5
99 Martin John Pasadena CA 63,500 41 5
100 Xiong Phia Sacramento CA 63,500 44 2
101 Sogomonian Arman Studio City CA 63,000 48 7
102 Dunn Tara New Glasgow Nova Scotia 62,500 37 2
103 Barcal Shawn Spokane WA 57,000 40 6
104 Hung Chen Yu Diamond Bar CA 51,000 37 7
105 Turobiner Simon Calabasas CA 51,000 38 7
106 Lin Qing Los Angeles CA 49,500 38 4
107 Song Liping China 48,500 44 3
108 Falcone Careen Redondo Beach CA 47,500 39 1
109 Misirian John North Hollywood CA 46,500 36 1
110 Turkzadeh Amir San Francisco CA 45,500 42 8
111 Mayekar Sanjay Los Angeles CA 45,000 39 3
112 Valladares Diego Lima Peru 40,000 39 6
113 Ellefson Mark Sherman Oaks CA 38,500 45 8
114 Buffett Stan Los Angeles CA 37,000 42 5
115 Ferrari Christiano Marina Del Ray CA 36,500 43 4
116 Sellz Howard Calabasas CA 35,500 43 5
117 Reotutan Edmund Highland CA 29,000 40 9
118 Mingo Dan San Diego  CA 27,500 42 6
Payouts
1st $72,960 22nd-24th $2,580
2nd $50,990 25th-27th $2,160
3rd $33,060 28th-36th $1,890
4th $24,430 37th-45th $1,630
5th $18,520 46th-54th $1,460
6th $14,760 55th-63rd $1,330
7th $12,240 64th-72nd $1,230
8th $9,730 73rd-81st $1,130
9th $7,280 82nd-90th $1,030
10th-12th $5,820 91st-99th $940
13th-15th $4,550 100th-108th $840
16th-18th $3,740 109th-117th $750
19th-21st $3,080 118th $670

LAPC Event 16D2 Results and Chip Counts


LAPC EVENT #16D2
$350 NO LIMIT HOLD'EM 
$300,000 GUARANTEE
1/28/17 5:00pm
Entries: 351
Last Name First Name City State Chips
1 Patel Ayyub Downey CA 349,000
2 Robles Ingar Diamond Bar CA 326,000
3 Theis John Rancho Cucamonga CA 291,000
4 Patrick Brian Garden Grove CA 249,500
5 Nalbandyan Joe Studio City CA 170,000
6 Phoenix Nick Venice CA 169,000
7 Foster Christian Los Angeles CA 159,500
8 Guttman Mike Tarzana CA 158,500
9 Kadimisetti Anil Stamfort CT 137,500
10 Dassa Shmuel Sherman Oaks CA 120,000
11 Singh Deepinder Torrance CA 118,000
12 Cha Andrew Encino CA 114,000
13 Chavkin Jay Dana Point CA 111,000
14 Eum Young Los Angeles CA 107,500
15 Pham David Westminster CA 107,500
16 Tito Eugene Los Angeles CA 101,000
17 Vogt Logan Ojai 95,500
18 James Will Mobile AL 95,000
19 Chris Grigorian Panorama City CA 81,500
20 Kipnis Adam Northridge CA 73,000
21 Gorman Brian Venice CA 71,000
22 Dunn Tara New Glasgow 62,500
23 Lin Qing Los Angeles CA 49,500
24 Misirian John North Hollywood CA 46,500
25 Turkzadeh Amir San Francisco CA 45,500
26 Ellefson Mark Sherman Oaks CA 38,500
27 Ferrari Christiano Marina Del Ray CA 36,500
28 Mingo Dan San Diego  CA 27,500
Finish Last First City State Prize
29 Thomas David Clovis CA $550
30 Roberts Daniel Santa Monica CA $550
31 Lee Justin Phelan CA $550
32 Hakobyan Arsen Glendale CA $550
33 Jing Shan Arcadia CA $550
34 Schwartz Ylon Austin TX $550
35 Durant Robert Los Angeles CA $550
36 Ramirez Vinicio Fontana CA $550
37 Byone Yulondo Torrance CA $550
38 Clare III David Orange CA $550
39 Vo William Pacific Palisades CA $550
40 Griener Jared Huntinging Beach CA $550
41 Weltfreid Itzhak Manhattan Beach CA $550
42 Han Yong Stevenson Ranch CA $550
43 Nelsen Daniel Newbury Park CA $550
44 Liu Edward Rowland Heights CA $550
Day 2 returns Sunday at 1pm