• August 1, 2021

2015 WSOP Day 28

(pokernews.com) – Only one bracelet was awarded on Day 28 of the 2015 World Series of Poker, two new events kick off, and the Extended Play tournament reached its final table while Day 3 of the $50,000 Poker Players’ Championship saw the field reduced to the final 19.
Matthew Ashton from Liverpool, United Kingdom sits in second place after three long days of poker action with 19 players remaining in the $50,000 Players Championship, the event he managed to win just two years ago. A total of 12 players will cash in this event and currently it’s last year’s fourth-place finisher Abe Mosseri who leads the way with 1,201,000.
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The third day of play started with 47 players, among which were two former winners in David Bach and Michael Mizrachi. Other big names that exited on Day 3 included last year’s runner-up Brandon Shack-Harris, start-of-the-day chip leader Scott Seiver, David Benyamine, and Phil Galfond.
Seven players will go home empty-handed tomorrow, and Jason Mercier is among the shorter stacks heading into the penultimate day. We caught up with the three-time bracelet winner at the completion of the day.
Play restarts tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. PST and six finalists will remain after tomorrow’s action. Here are the chip counts heading into Day 4:
End-of-Day 3 Chip Counts

Place Name Chip Count
1 Abe Mosseri 1,201,000
2 Matthew Ashton 1,068,000
3 John Racener 1,030,000
4 John Monnette 948,000
5 Mike Gorodinsky 945,000
6 Justin Smith 873,000
7 Chau Giang 839,00
8 Ben Sulsky 740,000
9 Joe Cassidy 589,000
10 David “ODB” Baker 540,000
11 Ben Yu 537,000
12 Shawn Buchanan 533,000
13 Jean-Robert Bellande 532,000
14 Chris Klodnicki 482,000
15 Jason Mercier 477,000
16 Dan Smith 441,000
17 Dan Kelly 428,000
18 Matt Glantz 362,000
19 Lamar Wilkinson 157,000

 
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