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Boivin Leads and Moreno Contends as 54 Players Return to Day 4 of Wynn Millions Main Event

Andrew Moreno

Day 4 of the 2nd annual $10,000 buy-in, $10 million GTD Wynn Millions Main Event is almost underway and will kick off at noon local time as part of 2022 Wynn Millions at Wynn Las Vegas.

This year's Main Event attracted many of poker's biggest and brightest stars to generate a total prize pool of $10,105,000 off of 1,075 entries, and now only 54 players remain.

Belgian Thomas Boivin bagged the biggest stack by a good margin with 2,500,000 chips and leads the field with nearly 167 big blinds. Hyo Joo (2,080,000) went on a run late in Day 3 to secure the second-biggest stack heading into Day 4, while Debbie Lee (2,000,000), Niko Koop (1,890,000), and Ian Matakis (1,775,000) round out the top five.

Thomas Boivin
Thomas Boivin

All of the remaining players have already cashed for a minimum of $38,384, but all eyes are on the $1,655,952 first-place prize and the glamorous Wynn Millions Main Event trophy.

Defending champion Andrew Moreno knows a bit about the glory of the Wynn Millions title, and he will be looking to go back-to-back in the first two Wynn Millions as he takes a healthy stack of 985,000 into Day 4.

Others still in contention for the title include Sylvain Loosli (1,305,000), Sam Soverel (1,300,000), Shaun Deeb (1,015,000), Katie Lindsay (955,000), Joey Weissman (945,000), Shannon Shorr (935,000), Chad Eveslage (620,000), Jesse Sylvia (540,000), Brock Wilson (530,000), Vanessa Kade (485,000), Sean Perry (390,000), Jake Daniels (305,000), and Sofia Lovgren (255,000).

Stay tuned as the PokerNews live reporting team brings you updates of the Day 4 action.

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