Update Day 3: WSOP 2010 Main Event Winners And Losers

Update Day 3: WSOP 2010 Main Event Winners And LosersDay 3 of the 2010 WSOP Main Event saw the field of 2,559 competitors halved to just 1,203 hopefuls.  The remaining players will now return tomorrow on Day 4 for a chance to at least make the 747th bubble spot and pick up a guaranteed $19,263.
However, all the remaining players will now have their minds firmly set on the enormous $9 million first place prize, as well as the chance of earning ultimate poker glory by winning the prestigious event.
Those pros who were unable to survive the stormy waters of Day 3 included last year’s Main Event winner Joe Cada, Daniel Negreanu, Chris Moneymaker, Vanessa Rousso, Chris Ferguson, David Williams, Phil Laak, Prahlad Friedman, Kenny Tran, Roland de Wolfe, Erik Seidel, Scott Seiver, Jennifer Harman and Kara Scott.
On the other hand, a whole host of big names are still very much in contention in the event, the biggest name of them all being Johnny Chan. The 10 times WSOP bracelet winner, including two back to back Main Event titles in 1987 and 1988, is currently lying in 9th place with 636k in chips and often found himself briefly in the chip leader spot throughout the day.
Other notable players progressing through to Day 4 in style were Johnny Lodden (656k), Alexander Kostritsyn (534k), Cole South (479k), and Scott Clements (460k).
Juha Helppi, Evelyn Ng, Barny Boatman, Vanessa Selbst, Patrik Antonius,Yevgeniy Timoshenko, Steve Billirakis and WSOP Europe Main Event winner Barry Shulman also booked their places through to tomorrow’s action.
James Carroll ended Day 3 as the chip leader and an 803k stack, whilst another remarkable story developing at the 2010 WSOP Main Event is that of the four Mizrachi brothers. All still in the competition, Robert is ahead of his siblings with 346k in chips, while Danny has 128k, Eric 128k and Michael 109k.
The remaining 1,203 players will now return on Tuesday for Day 4, with the action getting underway at 1200 Las Vegas or 1800 UK time.

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