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(pokernews.com) Three-Time Bracelet Winner Perry Green Contending in Super Seniors
The first edition of the Super Seniors tournament has undoubtedly been a big success, drawing 1,533 players for the $1,000 buy-in. After two days of play, just 25 remain in contention for the $262,220 first-place prize.
The headliner among them is Perry Green, who has won three bracelets and notably finished second to Stu Ungar in the 1981 Main Event. Green has earned nearly $700,000 at the WSOP in his career and looks likely to add considerably to that as he bagged sixth place with 404,000.
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Meanwhile, Wayne Knyal sits atop the counts with 779,000.
The tournament hit the money on Day 2 with 171 places paid. Perhaps the biggest notable to cash thus far was Barry Shulman, who busted out in the later stages in 31st place when he ran his tens into the pocket jacks of Wisconsin’s Wallace Havens.
Day 3 commences at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Level 21 (5,000/10,000/1,000).
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