The 77th event of the World Series of Poker is the famous Lucky’s 7 tournament with a buy-in of $777 and a first place guarantee of $777777, all rolled into one 7 hand version from 7. July. Fortunately, the leader of the first flight, Thomas Blanton, was with him…from? We don’t know who they are because they “did not report”.
As the WSOP lists and chronicles show. We know that Day 1 of Lucky’s 7 Aces drew 1,470 players who have exited the pot in seven figures, and 64 survivors entered Day 2 on Monday. Also, after 22 levels, Chase Blanton (2,265,000) has a narrow lead over the dangerous, elusive and fun “Unreported” (2,200,000) or “Unreported”, as tradition dictates, is the name given to players who leave chips on the table and disappear.
Thomas Chase Blanton, Team Leader for Lucky’s 7 Day 1A.
He will keep it in his pocket until the first three flights of Lucky’s 7 It must be picked up the 2nd day after use. The second of which will continue this Saturday with unlimited re-entry.