Maria Ho Luggage Massive w/ 61 Remaining in Wynn Hundreds of thousands; Negreanu Eradicated

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On Wednesday, the $10,000 buy-in, $10,000,000 GTD Wynn Hundreds of thousands continued with Day 3, which noticed 162 gamers from a 1,328-entry area return to motion. After 5 90-minute ranges of play, simply 61 gamers remained with bracelet winner Anthony Marquez and his stack of 1.925 million main the way in which.

Others nonetheless in competition for the $2,018,866 first-place prize are Ralph Perry (1.915 million), Anthony Huntsman (1.905 million), Santiago Soriano (1.785 million), and Maria Ho (1.735 million), who spherical out the highest 5 counts.

They had been joined by gamers comparable to Ilyas Muradi (1.7 million), Ari Engel (1.57 million), Toby Lewis (1.51 million), Thomas Boivin (1.205 million), Joe Kuether (1.14 million), Sandeep Pulusani (1.095 million), Tom Marchese (980,000), Frank Funaro (905,000), Andrew Moreno (890,000), Cliff Josephy (875,000), and poker energy couple Kristen Bicknell (745,000) and Alex Foxen (440,000).

Wynn Hundreds of thousands High 10 Day 3 Chip Counts

Rank Participant Nation Chip Depend
1 Anthony Marquez USA 1,925,000
2 Ralph Perry USA 1,915,000
3 Anthony Huntsman USA 1,905,000
4 Santiago Soriano Spain 1,785,000
5 Maria Ho USA 1,735,000
6 Ilyas Muradi USA 1,700,000
7 Ari Engel Canada 1,570,000
8 Toby Lewis UK 1,510,000
9 Philip Shing USA 1,435,000
10 Daniel Sepiol USA 1,430,000

A $12,483,200 prize pool was up for grabs to the highest 134 finishers, which meant 28 gamers left empty handed together with Ema Zajmovic, Poker Corridor of Famer Jack McClelland, bracelet winners Anuj Agarwal and David “The Dragon” Pham, Sergio Aido, and bubble boy Carlos Alvarado, who busted after working pocket kings into the 2 black aces of Foxen.

A few of these to money however fail to outlive the evening had been Robert Mizrachi (67th – $41,997), David “ODB” Baker (68th – $41,997), Jason Koon (79th – $38,179), Connor Drinan (82nd – $34,708), Benny Glaser (104th – $29,348), GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu (114th – $27,099), Poker Corridor of Famer John Hennigan (119th – $25,091), 2013 WSOP Important Occasion champ Ryan Riess (124th – $25,091), and Chris Moorman (127th – $25,091).

As for Negreanu, he constructed a stack on Day 2c and was cruising for a lot of Day 3 till a giant hand derailed him when his ace-king was overwhelmed by ace-queen. Not lengthy after, he was racing with an ace-queen of his personal however failed to beat the pocket nines of Scott Eskenazi. Shedding that one left “Child Poker” with a single ante, which he misplaced one hand later shedding ace-five to ace-jack.

Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Simply earlier than the dinner break, Koon suffered a nasty beat when he simply known as a preflop increase from Max Younger with pocket aces. He then known as a wager on a ten-high flop solely to see the flip produce one other ten. Younger moved all in and Koon known as solely to see the previous roll over ace-ten for journeys.

Whereas many goals had been dashed over the course of Day 3, there are nonetheless dozens of hopefuls every assured a minimal $41,997 payday.

PokerNews might be again on Thursday at Midday native time to seize all of the motion, so you’ll want to be part of us then because the 2021 Wynn Hundreds of thousands rolls on.

Wynn Hundreds of thousands Closing Desk Payouts

Place Prize
1st $2,018,866
2nd $1,248,886
third $871,314
4th $619,160
fifth $456,629
sixth $360,140
seventh $289,361
eighth $240,302
ninth $202,765



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