In the LAPT Panama Main Event, all eyes will be on the race leader: Gabriel Schroeder. The Brazilian, WSOP bracelet holder, had a dream day and will lead the way through 150 qualifiers with a whopping 528,500 points.
Schroeder built an impressive chip count on Day 1C, which included 212 entries. The flight saw unprecedented levels of poker excitement among participants from across Latin America in the Sheraton Crown Casino, Panama room.
In addition to the excellent Brazilian players, there are advanced Tony Miles with 306,000 chips and Jose Nadal with 291,500 points; Zouvi with 276,500 points; Rodrigo Zouvi with 276,500 points; Jose Severino with 269,000 in chips and Sergio Abello with 231,500 in chips for Day 2 Top of the qualifiers.
Day 1D Turbo, responsible for shaping a field of 340 entrants, brought another 24 entrants in Panama City in the early hours of the morning, of which only 13 made the cut. The best player on the final maiden voyage was Gabriel De Medeiros with 232,000 points.