After roughly 12 hours of action, the pitch was narrowed down to just 38 players remaining, who have each locked in at least $ 39,214 in this event.
Bryan Piccioli ends the day as chip leader, with his 18,417,494 representing 74 big blinds as play resumes at the 125,000 / 250,000 blind with a 30,000 stake. Piccioli is no stranger to WSOP success, having made the final table of the 2017 main event in Las Vegas visit KaptenPoker. He finished sixth for $ 1,675,000. American poker pros have also won bracelets, having recorded a $ 1,100 2013 WSOP Asia-Pacific “Accumulator” event for $ 221,419.
Other big names that are still under debate include online tournament regular Benjamin Rolle (10,789,181), who will be known to many by his screen name ‘bencb789’, high-stakes regular Stefan Schillhabel, and Samuel Vousden (4,241,694), which is one of the top. famous online players who are best known as “urop”.
Latest WSOPO bracelet winner Michael Lech bagged 4,129,636 as he looks to continue his impressive run in 2020. Fellow bracelet winner Arkadyi Tsinis also had a happy day, ending with 2,394,386. Until the end of the game, there were still a handful of players whose real names had not been identified.
The final 38 will have nearly a week’s rest before returning on Saturday, September 5 at 18:30 UTC (11:30 PT) to play against the champions. Below is the number of chips for the remaining players.
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