2016 WSOP Main Event: Day 4 Winners And Losers

Day 4 of the 2016 WSOP Main Event saw 800 players return to the Amazon Room at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino looking to make further strides towards realizing their WSOP dreams. By the end of more than 10 hours of action, however, the field had been reduced to just 251 hopefuls, all of whom are now guaranteed at least $36,708 for their hard fought efforts.
Amongst the 549 players who bowed out on Day 4 were such notable pros as Tom McEvoy in 644th ($18,714), Matt Matros in 712th ($17,232), Gavin Griffin in 505th ($22,648), Antonio Esfandiari in 449th ($25,235), Barry Shulman in 469th ($25,235), Jamie Kerstetter in 325th ($32,130), Jason Somerville in 320th ($32,130), Jimmy Fricke in 303rd ($32,130), Eoghan O’Dea in 276th ($36,708), Ryan Reiss in 271st ($36,708), David Vamplew in 258th ($36,708), and Steve O’Dwyer in 261st ($36,708), who later tweeted:
“got 2 outed all in on flop early today for chiplead contending pot, hung on all day but just busted 261st. It was fun while it lasted!”
Bryan Piccioli (photo) picked up his first gold bracelet at the 2013 WSOP APAC $1,100 NLHE Accumulator event for $221,419, and the New York pro is making yet another strong play for a bracelet after finishing Day 4 as the chip leader on a 4,026,000 chip stack. Just behind him in second spot is Daniel Colman (3,711,000), who is currently ranked 4th on poker’s all time money list with one bracelet and $25,337,721 in winning.
Heading the women’s contingent going into Day 5 is Melanie Weisner, who finished in a top 10 position on a 3,078,000 stack, with Gaelle Baumann (1,791,000), Jennifer Shahade (976,000), and Maria Ho (691,000) also very much in contention.
Other big name pros finishing Day 4 on a big stack was James Obst (3,003,000), Valentin Vornicu (2,911,000), Griffen Benger (2,409,000), Antoine Saout (2,283,000), Tom Marchese (2,108,000), Anthony Gregg (2,013,000), Shaun Deeb (1,089,000), Greg Raymer (922,000), and Jonathan Karamalikis (822,000), to name but a few.
Day 5
The players will be back in action at 12pm later today, so don’t forget to check back here tomorrow for your WSOP Main Event updates.

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