WSOP $111,111 One Drop Enters 3rd Day With 26 Left

WSOP $111,111 One Drop Enters 3rd Day With 26 LeftThe WSOP’s $111,111 One Drop High Rollers tournament (event #47) attracted an impressive line-up of 166 players to create a massive prizepool worth $17.8 million. Entering Day 3, just 26 players now remain with a 24th place finish guaranteeing at least a $173,723 payday, but with a huge $4,830,619 prize going to the eventual champion.
Included amongst the wealthy businessmen drawn to the High Roller event and still in contention in Las Vegas are the likes of Bill Perkins, Farshad Fardad, Daniel Shak and Lawrence Greenberg.
As for the pros, many of the biggest names in the game have already found themselves on the rail, including Daniel Negreanu, Phil Ivey, Jason Mercier, Bertrand Grospellier, Gus Hansen, and Vanessa Selbst.
Nevertheless, an impressive array of pros still remain with Sweden’s Martin Jacobson out in front as the chip leader, with players such as Matt Glantz (4th), and Antonio Esfandiari (5th), Chris Klodnicki (8th) not far behind.
The event was originally expected to be concluded on Day 3, but now is looking likely to take an extra day to reach its exciting conclusion. In the meanwhile, the action will resume at 1:00pm PDT, with coverage available on the WSOP website.
Going into Day 3, this how the remaining players stack-up:
1 Martin Jacobson — 3,255,000
2 Connor Drinan — 3,250,00
3 Brandon Steven — 3,140,000
4 Matt Glantz — 3,005,000
5 Antonio Esfandiari — 2,970,000
6 Martin Finger — 2,910,000
7 Bill Perkins — 2,750,000
8 Chris Klodnicki — 2,570,00
9 Olivier Busquet — 2,275,000
10 Nick Schulman — 1,940,000
11 Farshad Fardad — 1,900,000
12 Phil Laak — 1,760,000
13 Anthony Gregg — 1,750,000
14 Richard Fullerton — 1,705,000
15 Andrew Lichtenberger — 1,575,000
16 Lawrence Greenberg — 1,565,000
17 Blake Bohn — 1,375,000
18 Steve Gross — 1,270,000
19 Haralabos Voulgaris — 1,240,000
20 Shaun Deeb – 1,215,00
21 Yevgeniy Timoshenko – 1,205,00
22 Jason Koon — 1,195,000
23 Daniel Alaei — 1,140,000
24 Dan Shak — 1,020,000
25 Jeremy Ausmus — 995,000
26 Mike Sexton — 740,000

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