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WSOP Main Event: Andrew Liporace Leads, Ivey Still Well Above Average

Posted at 19:00 2014-07-11 by PokerNetwork Staff

Day 3 of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event ended just before the money bubble, with 746 players remaining.

At the start of the day, 1,864 players began with all eyes on potentially reaching the money late in the final level of play. Phil Ivey lead the way, but the 10 time bracelet winner could not really carry on his momentum, and ended up with 522,500; just a bit more then what he started with.

Survivors

Andrew Liporace took over the chiplead with 1,128,000, but several pros managed to build a healthy stack. Dan Smith, Kenny Tran and Day 1A chipleader Martin Jacobson all above 700 thousand.

Five previous Main Event champions started the day, with Ryan Riess, Johnny Chan, Chris Moneymaker, Robert Varkonyi, and Huck Seed all in contention, but by the day's end only Seed would remain as he bagged 249,000.

Top 10 stacks from Day 3

PlayerChips
Andrew Liporace1,128,000
Mehrdad Yousefzadeh1,124,000
Raul Mestre988,500
Jesse Wilke975,500
Scott Blackman935,000
Andoni Larrabesanchez923,000
Stephen Graner911,000
Rasmus Larsen883,000
David Tuthill850,500
Roman Valerstein850,500

Full report from Day 3>>

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