With just 387 players remaining, the Red and Bronze sections of the Amazon room, look desolate. All of the players have been squeezed into the Silver and Gold sections and here is the news from the Silver part of that combination.
First some eliminations.
Newly crowned two-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner, Carter Phillips, has been eliminated. He moved his last few big blinds into the pot holding and was pipped to the post by the of his opponent.
Tony Dunst has seventeen WSOP cashes to his name and that is how it is going to remain (until tomorrow at least). Dunst squeezing his last ounces of blood out of his stack with only to run into .
Ryan Julius was seated on the shoulder of Dunst all day, and he too has been eliminated. Julius four-betting with before suffering the same fate as Dunst when he ran into a pair of aces.
Andrey Gulyy was our early chip leader, but he too has been driven into an early grave. Gulyy squeezing with only to run into the brick wall cemented by the of Justin Young and Gulyy was out.
Also out are Chris Brammers conqueror Kharim Lehoussine, high-roller Igor Kurganov, Thibaud Guenegou, Michael Telker and Roberto Romanello.
Stuart Rutter was nearly joining them when he fell as low as 3,975, but he managed to double up with v and now has a 9,500 chip stack. Chris Moorman is eating people alive as he moves up to 90,000, Jordan Young is also growing his stack quicker than the world Jenga champion but none have more chips than Fabrizio Gonzalez. The Uruguayan has 100,000 chips and leads the Silver Section.