Day 1A chip leader Fredrik Andersson is once again back at top of the chip counts after a successful run on Day 3. The Swede bagged up 1.4 million chips at the end of Day 3 - almost 400k more that his closest opponents (the only other players with seven figure sums) Day 2 chip leader Joep van den Bijgaart in second place and Sorel Mizzi in third place.
Among the remaining 16 players who will return today one can find, besides the players already mentioned above, notables such as WPT Champions Club member Giacomo Fundaro with 849k in chips, and WPT Amsterdam High Roller winner Jason Wheeler with 584k.
The remaining players are now guaranteed to take home at least $16,365 each - but, of course, everyone will aim to make it to the final table where a $239,559 first-place prize is reserved for winner. We will be back with a final table recap on Mondy morning.