WSOPE 2013 Main Event: Day 3 Winners And Losers

WSOPE 2013 Main Event: Day 3 Winners And LosersDay 3 of the 2013 WSOP Europe Main Event saw the 69 player field reduced to just 24 competitors, all of whom are guaranteed at least €23,750 for their efforts, while a €1,000,000 first place prize awaits the eventual winner.
Amongst the notable players eliminated short of a money spot was David Peters, Faraz Jaka, and Bryn Kenny, with David Yan then creeping into the money after a 40th place finish worth €20,250.
Also finding their WSOPE Main Events hopes dashed on Day 3 was Yann Dion in 38th, November Niner Jay Farber in 34th, Scott Clements in 28th, and Sam Holden in 26th. Daniel Negreanu subsequently became the last player to exit the tournament on the day, collecting €21,750 for a 25th place finish. The Canadian pro later tweeted:
“Out of the main KT vs AK needed a T and hit it on the river but he made a straight! One more shot in the high roller to win POY.”
With Day 4 blinds resuming at 4,000/8,000 with a 1,000 ante, the overnight chip leader is Adrian Diaz on a 1.06m stack, followed by  Danny Steinberg (1m), and Ivan Tikhov (809k).
Plenty of notable pros are also still in contention for the ME title, including Dominik Nitsche (768k), Fabrice Soulier (756k), Ludovic Lacay (383k), Shannon Shorr (373k), Benny Spindler (331k), and November Niner Jeremy Ausmus (320k).
The €10,450 WSOPE Main Event resumes today at 12:00 local time, when the remaining 24 hopefuls from the original 375 starting field will return to the Casino Barrière de Enghien in Paris, and play down to a final table of eight before being given a day’s break.

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