John Cynn is the champion of the 2018 WSOP ME and the winner of $8.8 million. He outlasted Tony Miles over an epic heads-up match that lasted 10 hours.
Michael Dyer relinquished a HUGE chip lead to Tony Miles who now holds command of the Main Event with three left. Joe Cada fell short in 5th place. And Shaun Deeb shipped his second bracelet of the summer. It's all here in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Day 8 of the 2018 WSOP Main Event begins with Nicolas Manion leading and 2009 ME winner Joe Cada at the final table. Meanwhile, Hellmuth wins bracelet #15.
Aram Zobian leads the WSOP Main Event heading into Day 7 while 2009 WSOP Main Event champion Joe Cada is among the final 26.
WSOP Day 42 Hit and Run: 310 Players Remain with Barry Hutter Holding Lead; Phil Ivey Knocked Out; Phil Hellmuth Apologizes
Phil Ivey busts during Day 4 while 310 players remain heading into Day 4. Phil Hellmuth apologizes and offers olive branch after controversy.