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Main Event: Evan Lamprea outdistance Matt Affleck

The Main Event of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) continues to amaze the world community of poker with battles quite exceptional. It remains only 235 participants in the race and at the end of the fourth day of competition, Matt Aflleck took the place of chip leader of the momente. This is a major feat accomplished by a player who lives from his earnings in online tournaments in recent years. However, he already took part in live tournaments since 2008 and has recorded a total profit up to $ 282,285. Some former world champions of poker are also part of these survivors including Johnny Chan, who holds two WSOP titles. Chan is at the 24 th place with a stack of 1,750,000, the Mizrachi brothers are still in the race for the title with Michael Mizrachi at the 41st position.



During the Day 5, Matt Affleck has lost his advantages and finished in second position with 3.4 million chips in hand despite his enthusiasm and enormous talent. He was overtaken by the Canadian Evan Lamprea, holder of the largest stack of 3,660,000 chips. In third place is Theo Jorgensen with 2.9 million chips. This latter has already one bracelet in his possession and he is renowned as a professional and talented player. But other big players have had to leave the tournament as Hoyt Corkins and Sammy Farha. Next Friday, there will be more than 27 players in the race and the competitors who will be part of the November Nine will stand out Saturday.

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