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2013 World Series of Poker

Event #6: $1,500 "Millionaire Maker" No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 4
Event Info

2013 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações sobre o nível
200,000 / 400,000

Day 4 of "Millionaire Maker" Begins With Unofficial Final Table

Dan Kelly on Day 3, Hunting for His Second WSOP Bracelet
Dan Kelly on Day 3, Hunting for His Second WSOP Bracelet

Today at 1:00pm PST local time ten players will take their seats here in the Amazon Room, each hoping to capture the summer's largest 1st place payout to date by become the first ever "Millionaire Maker" champion. Along with a gold WSOP bracelet, which is only the most coveted prize in poker, the winner here today will take home a massive haul of $ $1,199,104, in addition to the unique pride that comes from tearing through a record-setting field of over 6,343 runners.

Yesterday's Day 3 saw heated action between deep stacked players, with 60 big blinds or more routinely getting shipped int the middle to force multiway all-in confrontations. After losing nearly 100 players in the first two levels of play, the proceedings slowed somewhat, and eventually our top ten emerged from the fray.

Benny Chen bagged and tagged the most chips by the end of the night, leading the way with a stack of 5,865,000, followed closely by Dan Kelly (4,130,000), and Justin Liberto (3,800,000), Chris Hunichen (3,430,000), and Robert McVeigh (3,175,000).

Kelly, the holder of a WSOP bracelet from the 2010 $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em Six-Max event, was a threat all day, engaging his opponents frequently in postflop action and steadily building his stack. He enters the unofficial final table as one of the most talented players remaining, and with his big stack, he will be in position to keep climbing.

Here is the final table lineup, along with chip counts and seating assignments, and there will be no redraw at the first elimination, so the players will do battle from these positions from here on out.

SeatPlayerChip Count
1Benny Chen5,865,000
2Jonathan Gray2,745,000
3Justin Liberto3,800,000
4Chris Hunichen3,430,000
5Joe Kuether1,365,000
6Dan Kelly4,130,000
7Robert McVeigh3,175,000
8Michael Bennington2,995,000
9Upeshka DeSilva550,000
10Theron Eichenberger595,000

Stick with PokerNews throughout the day for continuous live coverage of today's historic "Millionaire Maker" final table.