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Old 06-19-2007, 02:57 PM
Alan Goehring Alan Goehring is offline
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Default Re: Final tables taking 1/2 as long at 2007 WSOP


From what I can tell by a quick glance at the ME event structure, late stage play will be sped up there as well...not good.

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Will it be as bad at the prelim events? I REALLY hope the late play of the WSOP main event isn't like a WPT final table SNG... [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

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I don't think the ME final table is a problem. All the levels are in there----I expect the FT to start sometime during level #31 (+/- one level). Other than some very early levels, only level #27, 50/100k, was eliminated compared to 2006.

The footnote at the bottom of the structure sheet on the WSOP website is a misprint. Someone should probably confirm with Harrahs that all levels, including FT, will be 120 minutes.
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