With the break in action on Wednesday, the final nine players of the 2017 WSOP Main Event are gearing up for an intense final three days before a winner is crowed on Saturday night.
The 2017 WSOP Main Event is down to the final table with Scott Blumstein as chip leader and former November 9ers Ben Lamb & Antoine Saout still alive.
WSOP Main Event Hit and Run Day 7: Christian Pham Leads a Field of 27; Adrian Moreno Wins Little One for One Drop; Ferguson Heads POY
Christian Pham leads a field of 27 as Day 7 begins on Monday. Chris Ferguson clinches the WSOP Player of the Year lead heading into WSOPE in October.
WSOP Main Event Day 6: Robin Hegele Leads a Field of 85; Drinan, Wallace, Luske and Johns Among Notables Who Remain
Day 6 begins on Sunday with 85 players remaining and Robin Hegele with the chip lead. Meanwhile, the Little One for One Drop is down to the final 12.
WSOP Main Event Day 5 Hit and Run: Damian Salas Leads Final 297, 2016 November Niner Kenny Hallaert 3rd in Chips
Day 5 begins on Saturday at 11 AM PT with 297 remaining. Damian Salas holds the lead while 2016 November Niner Kenny Hallaert is in 3rd.
The 2017 WSOP Main Event has reached the money bubble in late Day 3. By early Friday afternoon on Day 4, just over 900 players remained.