WSOP 2013 Main Event: Day 4 Winners And Losers

WSOP 2013 Main Event: Day 4 Winners And LosersOn Day 4 of the 2013 WSOP Main Event, 666 players took their seats at the Rio in Las Vegas, but by the end of the day just 239 hopefuls survived. Everyone is now guaranteed at least a $37,019 payout but all the players will, instead, have their sights firmly set on reaching the final table where a huge first place prize of $8,359,531 awaits the eventual champion.
The first player to leave the Main Event without booking a cash was 3-times bracelet winner Faraz Bonyadi, who exited on the bubble in 667th place, but received a ticket for next year’s Main Event as a consolation prize.
A whole slew of notable names then exited the Main Event on Day 4, headed by 10 times WSOP winner Doyle Brunson, who was reduced to a short-stack before calling an all-in holding K-10 to Segei Stazhkov’s pocket tens. Brunson later tweeted:
“Busted..I’m from France. Can I have a photo? Not a good thing to say to a guy just knocked out of WSOP.”
Other notable names sent to the rail on Day 4 include Christian Harder in 608th ($19,106), Mike Watson in 589th ($19,106), Humberto Brenes in 584th ($19,106), Erik Seidel in 560th ($21,495), Steve Zolotow in 543rd ($21,495), Paul Wasicka in 493rd ($24,480), Rupert Elder in 478th ($24,480), Michael Mizrachi in 473rd ($24,480), Bryn Kenney in 463rd ($24,480) and Mark Kroon in 458th ($24,480).
Also hitting the rail was Isaac Haxton in 455th ($24,480), Jake Cody in 400th ($28,063), Lauren Kling in 387th ($28,063), Allen Cunningham in 331st($32,242), Melanie Weisner in 301st ($32,242), Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier in 295th ($32,242) and Marcel Luske in 261st ($37,019).
The blinds are currently at 6k/12k with a 2k ante, and those players progressing through to Day 5 at the top of the leader board was Americans Jon Lane (2.839m), Sami Rustom (2.485m), Grayson Ramage (2.438m), Victor Cianelli (2.197m) and Seaver Kyaw (2.060m).
Notable names with their Main Event hopes still intact include Vladimir Geshkenbein (1.8m), David Benefield (1.675m), Jackie Glazier (1.595m), Yevgeniy Timoshenko (1.563m), Ashton Griffin (1.415m), Annette Obrestad (1.186m), JC Tran (1.141m), Ronnie Bardah (932k), Marvin Rettenmaier (809k), Bruno “Kool Shen” Lopes (673k), Greg Merson (635k), Carlos Mortensen (302k) and Greg Mueller (300k).
Day 5 of the 2013 WSOP main Event will get underway in Las Vegas later today at 12pm local time. Don’t forget to check back here tomorrow at to see who survives Day 5 of the Main Event.

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