Event #30: $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em
Jours

Ryan Leng au top à 24 left, Ivan Deyra au Jour 4 du Monster Stack

BrandonBloom • Niveau 31: 120,000-240,000, 240,000 ante
Jaesh Balachandran

Day 3 of Event #30: $1,500 Monster Stack saw 148 players start the day and only 24 players bag a stack for Tuesday, Oct. 19. Action will resume at 11 a.m. local time, and play may continue until a winner is determined. Although the remaining players have locked up $21,768, they will all be looking to win the WSOP gold bracelet and the $610,347 top prize that awaits one of them.

Jaesh Balachandran bagged the top stack going into Day 4 with 17,600,000 chips. Three-time bracelet winner Ryan Leng (16,500,000), who claimed his third less than a week ago, will be looking for another one as he bagged the second-biggest stack of the night. Brazil’s Rafael Reis (10,975,000) and PokerNews’ Dannah Kamp (5,125,000) will also have a shot at gold.

However, not everyone could find a bag by the end of the night. Some of the notables who fell in Day 3 include James Romero, JJ Liu, Jason Somerville, Upeshka De Silva, and Chris Brewer.

Monster Stack End-of-Day 3 Top 10 Counts

RankPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Jaesh BalachandranUnited States17,600,00059
2Ryan LengUnited States16,500,00055
3Anthony OrtegaUnited States15,775,00053
4Rafael ReisBrazil10,975,00037
5Santiago PlanteCanada10,775,00036
6Mordechai HazanIsrael9,850,00033
7Johan SchumacherBelgium9,625,00032
8Christopher AndlerSweden8,300,00028
9Jeffrey VertesCanada8,050,00027
10Michael NooriUnited States7,850,00026

Day 4 starts at 11 a.m. local time on October 19 in the Amazon Room of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. The tournament resumes at Level 32 with blinds at 150,000/300,000/300,000.

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Tags: Chris BrewerDannah KampJaesh BalachandranJames RomeroJason SomervilleJJ LiuRafael ReisRyan LengUpeshka De Silva