The third day of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event came to a close a few moments ago. There are 666 player remaining with the top 648 places making the money, so it shouldn't take more than a few hours tomorrow before the money bubble bursts. Now, the chip leader is Maxx Coleman from Derby, Kansas. Coleman will bring 1,071,500 chips to Day 4 of the tournament - the only player with over a [...] Read more » WSOP 2013 Main Event: Maxx Coleman Leads The Way To Day 4
Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 52 (M)
Well I know Doyle's out, but he made the money andI'm getting ready to read about his attack on Obrestad to see what happened there.
It sure would be nice to watch tomorrow's action, but I guess that's only a wish since no coverage allowed or is the rules for poker? I don't know if live coverage is against the poker regulations or they just don't think it would be profitable to cover it. Seem's it would be based on the tempo!
Joined: Sep '12
Age: 26 (M)
How much was the chip start? same like last years? 10.000? If anyone of you have 10BB remain when only 18 players remain and you get only JJ or QQ or KK pocket will you shove or instant fold for ITM? i'm sure i can fold easy KK if i'm on this situation.
Joined: Oct '11
Age: 31 (M)
they are down to the last 3 tables. anton morgenstern from germany leads with ~22million chips. there are still some big names in it,like carlos mortensen or yevgeny timoshenko and last years 9th place finisher Steve Gee.
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 51 (M)
Everyone left in the field is guaranteed at least $285,408 but all eyes will be on making the November Nine final table today, where $733,224 will be the minimum payout. Place Name Chips 1st Anton Morgenstern 21,955,000 2nd Sylvain Loosi 14,125,000 3rd Chris Lindh 12,030,000 4th JC Tran 11,970,000 5th Fabian Ortiz 10,810,000 6th Carlos Mortensen 10,790,000 7th James Alexander 9,445,000 8th Jay Farber 8,975,000 9th Matthew Reed 7,705,000 10th Amir Lehavot 7,135,000