Only 24 players remain out of 672 entries in the $5,300 Wynn Winter Classic Main Event. The biggest stack was bagged by Niko Koop, who finished with a solid stack of 2,185,000 chips. Chris Frank (2,130,000) and Shannon Shorr (2,005,000) round out the top few biggest bagged stacks.
The prize pool of $3,306,240 smashed through the guarantee and while all of the remaining players have locked up $23,136, they will all be looking to finish on top at tomorrow’s final table, where one player will be taking the $626,499 first-place prize, which comes with the Wynn trophy.
Other notables who bagged a stack for the final day include Joseph Cheong (1,715,000), Katie Lindsay (1,615,000), Pavel Plesuv (835,000), Romain Lewis (505,000), and Tim Reilly (465,000).
Top 5 Stacks
Some of the notables who weren’t able to make it to Day 3 include Ali Imsirovic, Kitty Kuo, Felipe Ramos, Kristen Bicknell, Anthony Zinno, Ryan Riess, Alex Foxen, Vanessa Kade, Jason Somerville, and Stephen Song.
Day 3 action for the $5,300 Wynn Winter Classic Main Event picks up on December 20 at noon local time. Stay tuned as PokerNews will be there to follow it to the end as they play down to a winner.