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Event #57 Main Event Day 4
- Number of players entered Day 1A: 1,125, Remaining 819
- Number of players entered Day 1B: 1,489, Remaining 1,018
- Number of players entered Day 1C: 2,341, Remaining 1,593
- Number of players entered Day 1D: 2,364, Remaining 1,716
- Number of players on Day 2A (1A + 1C): 2,412, Remaining 1,295
- Number of players on Day 2B (1B + 1D): 2,734, Remaining 1,357
- Number of players on Day 3: 2,557, Remaining 1,240
- Number of players on Day 4: 1,240
Dwyte Pilgrim who has won 3 WSOP circuit titles was the one to kick off day 3 with the order to "Shuffle Up and Deal!" Just fifteen minutes into play,
Barney Boatman was eliminated when he risked his last 56,000 on a inside straight draw moving all-in preflop. He was called by Chad Wutke with pocket 9's
that held to the end. Today will see the field play for 4 - 120 minute levels.
Kathy Liebert is gone from the field after she failed to make her straight to overcome the other player who made two pair (10's and 8's). Tournament director
Matt Savage also lost the rest of his chips to a player that called him preflop with pocket K's that won the all-in hand.
The game took a jump upwards to level 14 with blinds at 1500/3000 and ante of 400. Dewey Tomko lost his stack when his all-in with A K lost to the pocket
8's of his opponent. A pocket pair of Kings was enough to send Blair Rodman to the rail behind Tomko.
Barry Shulman busted after his all-in with A 6 was met by the paired Queens of the other player. The top players at this time are Adam Levy with
835,000 chips, James Carroll with 787,500 chips, Johnny Lodden 750,000 and Gerasimos Deres 733,700.
Current player count is 999 and the money will be reached with the elimination of player 748. Raymond Rahme went all-in with pocket Q's and
was dismissed after the caller made a set of 6's on the flop.
Annie Duke made a full house (10's/7's), but Corwin Cole made a bigger full (10's/J's) and sent Annie to the sidelines. John Shipley ended up in
the showers after someone beat his Kings with Aces.
Field count is 845 and play is at level 15 with blinds at 2000/4000 and ante at 500. Rolf Slotboom is gone after his move with A 10 met the pocket
Kings of his conqueror.
Robert Varkonyi who won the Main Event in 2002, busted out after the other player made a bigger full house than he did. Erica Schoenberg was flushed
out of the Main Event with the Ace high hearts made by the winner. And Duy Le was the first to go over the 1 million mark with 1,105,000 in his stack.
Joe Awada took the last of his chips and went in with 9 5, and was called with A 9. When another A 9 hit the table, Joe knew it was over for his this year.
Valdemar Kwaysser who won this years $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em bracelet, failed to improve his pocket 10's when his opponent received another King and Ace
card by the river.
Dan Harrington was only 9 spots from the money when he busted. His J Q could not hold up to the other player's Broadway straight. Dinner break
will run from 7:00 to 8:30 PM.
We are now at the bubble looking for elimination 748.
When it did finally happen, it was Tim McDonald who felt the pain of being the bubble boy. But all was
not lost as tournament director Jack Effel introduced him to the field and told him he would receive a free $10,000 entry into the 2011 Main Event
for next year. Now that's class.
The sound of "all-in and a call" reverbrated through the Amazon Room in stereo from everywhere. Then the players were coming to the cashier's cage for their
money. Players such as Humberto Brenes, Eric Mizrachi, Jay Rosenkrantz, Frank Kassela, David Chiu, Gavin Smith, Kido Pham, Paul Magriel, Paul Friedberg and
Eric Siegel. In fact, in 1 hour there were 117 busts that took place. As of right now the player count is 630.
This is the end of Day 4, leaving 576 players in the money still in contention for the ultimate bracelet. Close to the end, Patrik Antonius busted as
he pushed his last 91,000 chips in with pocket J's only to have his opponent pair his Ace card on the turn. Allen Cunningham also departed from the field
as his paired Aces lost to a set of 7's made by the other player. Day 5 will begin at 12 noon tomorrow with action continuing at level 17 with
blinds at 3000/6000 and ante of 1000. Stay with us!
Top 50 Players with Chip Counts:
- Tony Dunst -- 1,546,000
- Duy Le -- 1,460,000
- Garrett Adelstein -- 1,440,000
- Matt Affleck -- 1,395,000
- Phil Galfond -- 1,392,000
- Matthew Jarvis -- 1,373,000
- Theo Jorgensen -- 1,343,000
- Benjamin Statz -- 1,283,000
- Bryan Pellegrino -- 1,240,000
- Matthew Brown -- 1,203,000
- Josh Brikis -- 1,194,000
- Redmond Lee -- 1,184,000
- Johnny Chan -- 1,159,000
- Max Casal -- 1,085,000
- Benjamin Straate -- 1,078,000
- Daniel Chamberlain -- 1,066,000
- Jeff Banghart -- 1,062,000
- Ryan Eriquezzo -- 1,061,000
- Bryn Kenney -- 1,059,000
- Adam Levy -- 1,054,000
- Mark Leonard -- 1,000,000
- JP Kelly -- 1,000,000
- Thomas Vinas -- 995,000
- Thomas Demaria -- 969,000
- Antoine Berube -- 961,000
- Filippo Candio -- 939,000
- Ryan Dodge -- 923,000
- Damien Luis -- 919,000
- Antonio Ribeiro -- 917,000
- John Armbrust -- 908,000
- Larry Karambis -- 907,000
- Brendan Terrana -- 890,000
- Todd Brick -- 888,000
- Ken Evanowski -- 884,000
- Hasan Habib -- 875,000
- Neil Mcfayden -- 871,000
- Jesper Hougaard -- 871,000
- Manuel Davidian -- 851,000
- Edward Ochana -- 851,000
- Robert Pisano -- 830,000
- Scott Clements -- 828,000
- Brent Hanks -- 828,000
- Michael Skender -- 820,000
- Henrik Tollefsen -- 817,000
- Anders Taylor -- 786,000
- Jacob Tyler -- 785,000
- Gerasimos Deres -- 784,000
- Georges Tohme -- 780,000
- Guy Thomas -- 779,000
- Linh Le -- 769,000