The Main Event's player field was narrowed down from 59 to the final 18 in just six hours in Day 3, and the survivors will return to the poker tables in a few hours to battle it out for the 6 spots at the televised final table - where the winner will take home half a million dollars!
The current chip leader is Sylvain Sibert who eliminated several players in Day 3 to accumulate the top stack of 2.9 million. Other players that will bring +2 million stacks to Day 4 include Derrick Rosenbarger (2,875,000), Alexandre Lavigne (2,197,000), Antoine Berube (2,156,000), Marco Cannizzaro (2,156,000) and Mukul Pahuja (2,003,000)
There are a few familiar faces left in the mix even though several big names fell during Day 3 (Victor Ramdin, Jake Scwartz, Kevin MacPhee etc): Lily Kiletto (1,800,000 - picture above), Champions Club member Amir Babakhani (1,656,000), Day 2 chip leader Ludovic Lacay (543,000), and Champions club member Jonathan Little (388,000).
Out of the players listed above, it will be especially interesting to follow poker pro, model and businesswomen Lily Kiletto during Day 4. Yes, she's a pretty good looking women (and the last one standing in the tournament as well), but she's also a very good poker player. 2013 has been an incredible year for her. She has made several deep runs in major tournaments, including a runner-up finish at WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open in February and a 26th place finish at WPT Legends of Poker in August.
Now she's guaranteed a minimum payday of $24,916 with the chance of going all the way to the top prize of $500,824! Regardless of how things turn out today, she should be more than happy with her achievements this year!