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Day 3 of Event #68: $1,111 Little One for One Drop at the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) saw a starting field of 229 survivors getting cut down to 26 finalists. Michael Shanahan (13,465,000) bagged the chip lead heading into the final day`s play on Saturday. Brekstyn Schutten (11,305,000), Scott Ball (10,550,000), Mathew Solitro (8,500,000), and David Jackson (8,180,000) hold the other top stacks.
The Day 2 chip leader Sorrel Mizzi features prominently among the top 10 day-end chip counts with a stack of 6,686,000.
The event logged in 3,797-entry field from three opening days and will pay out the top 229 places, and all survivors had their sights on the $396,445 up-top and the coveted bracelet. In the chase for this grand prize were two Indians, namely, PokerGuru Ambassador Shuchi Chamaria and Kunal Patni. However, both of them failed it survive through to Day 4.
Chamaria, the wife of Indian poker superstar Aditya Agarwal, held the 16th biggest stack at the start of play and busted 68th for $6,366 (~₹4.73 Lakhs), collecting her second cash at the series!
Patni also brought an above-average stack to Day 3, but a rough day at the felts saw him exiting in 170th place for $3,278 (~₹2.43 Lakhs) – his 13th WSOP cash. On his final hand of the event, Patni moved all-in for about 500,000 with , and Brekstyn Schutten looked him up with a better . The board ran ending Patni`s deep run.
Phuoc Nguyen (5,600,000), Day 1C chip leader Oscar Alache (3,225,000), Jose Latorre (3,020,000), former WSOP bracelet winner Seth Fischer (2,000,000), and Cyril Mira (1,400,000) were among the other known players who made the cut for Day 4.
The remaining 26 players are scheduled to restart play on Saturday, November 13, at 2 PM (local time).
Top 10 Chip Counts at the End of Day 3
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