So popular did Event #9: $600 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack prove to be (there were 6,150 entries in total) that it has had to be extended to a third day of play. Returning to contend for the WSOP bracelet and $398,281 tomorrow, June 5th at 3 pm will be nine players led by Paul Jain.
Perhaps the most surprising final table appearance is that of David Elet who was heading to collect his payout slip when it was realized that he still had 15,000 chips – this amount, however, not even enough for a big blind. After proving that “a chip and a chair” could indeed win you a bracelet, David Elet will be playing at the final table with 21,300,000 in chips.
|1||Paul Jain||United States||41,700,000|
|2||Tan Nguyen||United States||18,400,000|
|3||John Skrovan||United States||11,600,000|
|5||Dan Kuntzman||United States||11,600,000|
|7||Noomis Jones||United States||21,100,000|
|8||David Elet||United States||21,300,000|
|9||Jeremy Pakarek||United States||21,800,000|
Finishers in the money today included start-of-day chip leader Paul Dhaliwal and a host of bracelet winners including Daniel Negreanu, Phillip Hui, Justin Liberto, Ylon Schwartz, Aditya Sushant, Alexander Ziskin, Scott Davies, and Robert Peacock. For full payouts from this event (923 places in total are paid) visit the Payouts tab.
Live reporting recommences at 3 pm on Wednesday.