There are only 37 players left from the record-setting field of 2,960 entries in 2022. The World Series of Poker Tour at Wynn Las Vegas After completing the fourth day. All remaining competitors have pocketed at least $99,600 to get this far, but certainly have their eyes on the title and the grand prize of $4,136,000.
The chip leader heading into Day 5 is a four-time World Series of Poker Winner of the Penny Glaser bracelet with 28,800,000. The British professional poker player (pictured above) has nearly $3.7 million in tournament winnings credited to his name, and is well-positioned to add to that number in a major way in the final stages of the biggest tournament WPT The main tour which ever main event was held.
Glaser came into the fourth day with a lead, but was going the wrong way through the early levels of the day. It looked like he was falling further down the leaderboard when the pocket queens bumped into three-time bracelet winner Christine Foxen’s pocket kings, but Glaser bounced a set and carried it from there to knock Foxen out for 97th.
Glaser later won a huge pot with a full house against Daniel Sepiol’s King High flush that saw him regain the chip lead later in the day. From there, its upward trajectory continued for the rest of the night.
Not far from Glacier Krasimir Yankov with 26,100,000. The Bulgarian won a huge treble all-in with pocket aces facing both pocket kings and pocket queens that helped propel him towards the top of the counts.
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Other notable top ten finishers include Jean-Claude Musa (14,475,000), bracelet winner Igor Kurganov (11,300,000), Andrei Ostapchenko (11,000,000), and WPT Ambassador Brad Owen (9,750,000), and bracelet winner Bryce Yuki (9,675,000). Owen, a popular poker vlogger with nearly 650k subscribers on YouTube, has already earned the biggest live tournament score of his career by surviving to day five.
Other notable players in the final 37 include bracelet winner Jason Gooch (8,925,000), two-time bracelet winner Drew O’Connell (8,825,000), bracelet winner Frank Fonarow (8,125,000), WSOP Choctaw Main Event Winner Nate Kogel (7,800,000), 2019 Win Winter Classic Main Event Winner Michael Rocco (7,750,000), 2022 Where are the millions? Runner-up to Isaac Kempton (6,925,000), bracelet winner Jean Gaspard (5,200,000), 2012 River Poker Series Main event winner Aaron Massey (2,550,000), seven-time WPT The final list is Garrett Greer (2,125,000).
There are still two players on the field with previous victories in it WPT HIGHLIGHTS: Soheb Porbanderwala (6,350,000) and Daniel Negreanu (7,525,000) two-time Tour winner.
Negreanu is a six time bracelet winner who has over $49 million in professional tournament earnings. Negreanu has $5,797,250 in funds from WPT main tour events, second only to Carlos Mortensen ($6,738,670). Negreanu will overtake Mortensen for first place by making it to the official final table tomorrow, trailing by $941,420 and passing the top six all in cash for at least $1,001,050.
LoriAnn Persinger won her way to this tournament via a social media contest she set up WPT Ambassador Andrew Nim. Now, the Navy veteran, former poker media member, and multi-time gaming show winner sits with 5,125,000 chips heading into Day Five. Even if she is the first to fall when play resumes, she will secure the biggest cash for her live spins ever.
“It was amazing,” Persinger said. card player In a video interview in the middle of the day. “As I told my husband, this is one of the few times in life where you actually want a pink slip because it gives you a pink slip at the end of the day when you put the bag on. When I came in, my goal was originally to get to day two and then eat it one day at a time.” .
Check out the full video interview below:
Day 4 started with 128 players remaining, meaning that 91 players were eliminated over the course of the 6 levels played for 90 minutes. Among those sent to the railway outside the top 100 were WPT Champion Justin Young (124th place), Chris Lee bracelet winner (120th), four-time bracelet winner Michael Gathy (118th place), WPT Champion Mike Del Vecchio (114), w WPT Winner Marcos Gonsalves (113).
Those who fell out of the top 100 included high-stakes course crusher Cary Katz (100), WPT Champion and bracelet winner Anthony Gregg (94th), WPT Winner Scott Margerison (87), four-time bracelet winner Jeff Madsen (79), 2021 WSOP Europe Main event runner-up Johann Juh Vera Gilbert (75th place), 2015 WPT championship Winner Asher Koniff (73), winner of the Bracelet and WPT Champion Pat Lyons (71) twice WPT Champion James Carroll (69), recipient of the Steve Gross bracelet (61), actress Arden Chu (55), 2021 WPT Venice Third place is Kenna of England (54th place), two-time winner of the bracelet Andrei Lyubowitzky (53rd place).
long time WPT Announcer Lynn Gilmartin’s run at the event ended in 91st place when her KJ suit failed to beat David’s AQODB‘ Baker. The queen’s big flop extended Baker’s lead in the hand, and blanks at the turn and river sent Gilmartin to the rail with $36,500, missing her previous biggest score of $6,832 earned as the winner in 2015. European Poker Tour Barcelona 220 Euros suitable for ladies.
Day 5 will start at noon local time, with a blind between 100,000 and 200,000 with a big blind of 200,000 for level 27. Play is scheduled to continue until the official six player. WPT The final table has been set.
Here’s a look at the chip count on the fifth day:
|Rank||player||number of chips|
|4||Jean Claude Musa||14,475,000|
|23||You missed Barzantani||5,925,000|
|28||State of Adrian Sorel||4,000,000|
|36||Lawsuit against Carlin||2,000,000|