Matt Jarvis as chipleader of the Event#24 after three days - WSOP 2014
The 45th edition of the World Series Of Poker (WSOP) reaches now its 24th event following two weeks of frenzied competition in the poker room of Rio All-Suite Casino & Hotel, Las Vegas. 541 players took part in the $ 5,000 Six-Handed No-Limit Holdem, the event# 24 of the WSOP 2014 festival. After two days, the field was reduced to 17 players with Matthew Matt as chipleader. This Canadian poker player is there to win his second bracelet along with the $ 622,998 winner prize. As a reminder, Matthew got his first bracelet in 2011 in the same tournament. This time, he has a comfortable lead at the start of the Day 3 with 500,000 chips while his friend, Jeremy Kottler, has 815,000.
The winner of the WSOP 2012 Main Event, Greg Merson, the winner of the Event # 20 ($ 3,000 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout) Kory Kilpatrick , along with some notable players like Bryn Kenney, Andrew Lichtenberger, Pierre Neuville, Fabrice Touil, Griffin Benger and Amanda Musumeci as well are among the 17 survivors of this poker tournament battle. Europe still has three representatives after the elimination of the French Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier in the 51st place for $ 9,509, the Belgian Pierre Neuville and other French players namely David Borrat and Fabrice Touil, respectively ranked 7th and 10th on the board. Other players such as David Borrat, Byron Kaverman, Kevin Eyster, Mark Darner, Mustapha Kanit, Pratyush Buddiga and Jay Dragland are part of the 17 remaining players to rush for the title. After all, the Day 3 guarantees them a minimum win of $ 24,613.
Friday, 13 June 2014
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