Event #70: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event World Championship
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Dernier Départ sur le Main Event

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Maria Ho

The fourth and final starting flight of Event #70: $10,000 World Series of Poker Main Event is slated to kick off beginning at 11 a.m. local time on Wednesday.

Many have predicted this year's tournament to surpass the previous record of 8,773 entrants set back in the 2006 Main Event. Day 1c added 1,800 entrants to the field, bringing the running total up to 3,580 players. With the largest flight yet to come and late registration still open, there's no telling how big this field will become.

Patrick Clarke (397,200) leads the way of all remaining players after a spectacular performance on Day 1c. He surpassed both the Day 1a leader, Cedrric Trevino (317,800) and the Day 1b leader, Patrick Hagenlocher. The top five after three flights is rounded out by Day 1c's Marcus Stein (336,800) and David Eldridge (308,000).

Patrick Clarke
Patrick Clarke

Some other big names to bag stacks in Day 1c included 2015 champion Joe McKeehen (95,000), Rafael Moraes (172,800), Maria Ho (116,700), Brian Hastings (136,900), and JJ Liu (131,500).

Each player will sit down with 60,000 chips. Play today will consist of five 120-minute levels, with a 20-minute break following levels 1, 2, and 4. A 75-minute dinner break will follow Level 3.

LEVELESTIMATED STARTDURATIONSMALL BLINDBIG BLINDBIG BLIND ANTE
111:00 a.m.120 minutes100200200
 1:00 p.m.20-minute break   
21:20 p.m.120 minutes200300300
 3:20 p.m.20-minute break   
33:40 p.m.120 minutes200400400
 5:40 p.m.75-minute break   
46:55 p.m.120 minutes300500500
 8:55 p.m.20-minute break   
59:15 p.m.120 minutes300600600

This is the fourth and final starting flight for Event #70: $10,000 WSOP Main Event 53rd No-Limit Hold'em Championship. Late registration will remain open through seven levels, meaning players are able to late register through the first two levels of either Day 2. Players who survive today in Day 1d will return on Friday, July 8 for Day 2d. (View the complete structure sheet here.)

Recently, WSOP organizers opted to move Day 1c survivors to the first Day 2 as they anticipate a huge crowd to turn up for Day 1d, giving today's survivors their own Day 2. WSOP Officials, in anticipation of a massive Day 1d field, have warned players to be prepared for 10-handed play and long lines for alternate seating

Be sure to stay tuned into PokerNews as our live reporting team brings you all the updates of the action, drama, and excitement as it all unfolds here at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas.

Tags: Brian HastingsCedrric TrevinoDavid EldridgeJJ LiuJoe McKeehenMarcus SteinMario HoPatrick ClarkePatrick HagenlocherRafael Moraes