WSOP Marathon event enters Day 4
Hopes for Indian players were high in Event #24: $2,620 THE MARATHON at the 2018 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, as two Indians (Paawan Bansal and Anil Adiani) reached Day 2 of the event. However, they unfortunately crashed out and now, we have reached the end of Day 3 of The Marathon.
Out of the original 1,637 registered entries, just 60 players will move to Day 4, with USA's Taylor Paur taking a big chip lead into the fourth day - 2,958,000 chips over the next best's 1,775,000. Other known entities in the final 60 survivors include former WSOP Main Event Champions Martin Jacobson and Scotty Nguyen, Chris Moorman, Faraz Jaka and others.
Top 10 chip counts:
- Taylor Paur - 2,958,000
- Anton Morgenstern - 1,775,000
- Mark Sleet - 1,550,000
- Hiep Doan - 1,442,000
- Jonas Mackoff - 1,356,000
- Javier Fernandez - 1,320,000
- Michael Hada - 1,236,000
- Bryden Baxter - 1,137,000
- Dylan Honeyman - 1,103,000
- Michael Addamo - 1,096,000
Event #25: $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better
Only one gold bracelet was given away today, with Arne Kern winning the Millionaire Maker event. Another event that went on to the 4th day was the seven-card stud tournament, with just the final 3 survivors moving on to Day 4, from the original field of 596 entries. Benjamin Dobson has the lead, while 2-time bracelet winner Jesse Martin is in contention as well.
- Benjamin Dobson - 2,615,000
- Tim Finne - 1,185,000
- Jesse Martin - 675,000
Event #26: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha
This low buy-in PLO event saw a massive field of 986 entries and only 14 of them will go through to Day 3 of the event, and we're expecting a winner to be crowned early tomorrow. USA's Filippos Stavrakis has the chip lead and no one in the final 14 has won a gold bracelet in the past which means another first-time winner will be crowned tomorrow.
Top 10 chip counts:
- Filippos Stavrakis - 903,000
- Pascal Damois - 632,000
- Felipe Ramos - 450,000
- Jordan Siegel - 438,000
- Arthur Morris - 329,000
- Thayer Rasmussen - 300,000
- Clinton Monfort - 292,000
- Ruslan Dykshteyn - 262,000
- David Caruthers - 242,000
- Peter Klein - 206,000
At least two gold bracelets will be awarded tomorrow at the 2018 WSOP and GutshotMagazine.com will bring you timely updates from all those bracelets events, so stay tuned.
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