The final 17 players in Event #74: Big Blind Antes $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship will return Friday at 2 p.m.to play down to a winner. The tournament got 355 entries which generated a prize pool of $3,337,000 with $814,179 and the WSOP gold bracelet going to the winner.
Paul Volpe is holding the chip lead with a stack of 2,190,000. With that, he's the only player starting with over two million in chips. He is however closely followed by Martin Zamani with a stack of 1,944,000 and the number two on the WSOP Player of the Year leaderboard Shaun Deeb with 1,610,000.
Other players who bagged a big stack and will be eyeing the first place prize and the gold bracelet are Matthijs Aerts (1,382,000), Mike Watson (1,291,000), Mark Teltscher (1,248,000), Jan-Eric Schwippert (1,172,000) and Scott Margereson (1,093,000).
All the 17 players who have made Day 3 are guaranteed to take home at least $32,700 while the top six players will go home with a six-figure score.
The PokerNews team will follow the tournament from start to finish and provide you with updates throughout the day.
Day 3 Draw and Counts
|Room||Table||Seat||Player Name||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Brasilia||15||2||Shaun Deeb||United States||1,610,000||81|
|Brasilia||15||3||Scott Margereson||United Kingdom||1,053,000||53|
|Brasilia||15||4||Paul Volpe||United States||2,190,000||110|
|Brasilia||15||6||Martin Zamani||United States||1,944,000||97|
|Brasilia||45||3||Jason Mangold||United States||625,000||31|
|Brasilia||45||4||Mark Teltscher||United Kingdom||1,248,000||62|
|Brasilia||60||1||Ankush Mandavia||United States||945,000||47|
|Brasilia||60||2||John Andress||United States||653,000||33|
|Brasilia||60||3||Bin Duan||United States||229,000||11|
|Brasilia||60||4||Todd Ivens||United States||1,003,000||50|
|Brasilia||60||6||Anthony Zinno||United States||273,000||14|