Day 3 of Event #73: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet is set to begin at the 2023 World Series of Poker in the event center at Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas. Play resumes at 2 p.m. local time for the final day of this unique mixed-game event.
Jon Turner bagged the chip lead (1,433,000) at the end of Day 2, leading the final 24 players in a battle for this coveted WSOP title. A record total of 377 entrants generated a prize pool of $836,00, with the top 57 players earning a min-cash of $4,021. All remaining players have guaranteed themselves $5,938, with the champion taking home the top prize of $190,240 along with the WSOP gold bracelet.
The long-time pro holds a narrow lead over Michael Noori (1,103,000), with plenty of other notable names giving chase. A total of seven bracelet winners remain in the field, including Day 1 chip leader, Erick Lindgren (803,000), Bryce Yockey (303,000), Anthony Zinno (308,000), and Benny Glaser (746,000).
Top Ten Chip Counts
|1||Jon Turner||United States||1,433,000|
|2||Michael Noori||United States||1,103,000|
|4||Erick Lindgren||United States||803,000|
|5||Jonathan Borenstein||United States||754,000|
|6||Benny Glaser||United Kingdom||746,000|
|8||Hye Park||United States||719,000|
|9||Daniel James||United Kingdom||714,000|
|10||Stuart Rutter||United Kingdom||553,000|
Players will return to the Paris Purple section and play 60-minute levels, with a break after every two, until a winner is determined. They will resume play with Level 20.
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