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.
WSOP Main Event Day 3 Hit and Run: Hellmuth and Negreanu Knocked Out of Day 2c; Day 3 Will Play Down to the Bubble
Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth busted out during Day 2c of the 2017 WSOP Main Event, while 2572 remain heading into Day 3 with notables Ryan Hughes, Nick Petrangelo and Natasha Merceri near the top.
WSOP Hit and Run Day 35: $50k Poker Player’s Championship Down to 44; Chris Ferguson Breaks WSOP Cash Record, Now 2nd in POY Rankings
Chris Ferguson's 14th WSOP cash this summer is a record and puts 2nd in the POY rankings so far. Meanwhile, the Poker Player's Championship is down to 44
WSOP Hit and Run Day 34: Jens Lakemier, Thomas Cannuli and Artur Rudziankov Win Bracelets; $50k Poker Players Championship Enters Day 2
Lakemier, Cannuli and Rudziankov win bracelets over the last day while the $50k Poker Players Championship Enters Day 2 and Chris Ferguson loses WSOP POY lead.
WSOP Hit and Run Day 30: Brian Yoon and Bryce Yockey Win Bracelets; Chris Ferguson 2nd in the POY Rankings
Brian Yoon wins Monster Stack while Bryce Yockey wins $10k PL Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship. Chris Ferguson 2nd in WSOP POY standings.