Daniel Negreanu is making a November Nine run. Phil Hellmuth is out of Main Event. Where in the world is Gus Hansen? More on Yahoo’s DFS announcement.

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Event #68: WSOP Main Event Day 4: Updates

The 2015 WSOP Main Event is getting down to the nitty gritty. From a starting field of 6,420, just 237 players still have a shot at the WSOP title and poker immortality.

One of those players is Daniel Negreanu, who bagged up over 1.3 million chips at the end of Day 4, good enough for 32nd overall. Main Event success is the one thing that has eluded Negreanu during his storied career, with his best finish coming in 2001 when he finished 11th – the final nine that year included Phil Hellmuth, Carlos Mortensen, Mike Matusow, and Dewey Tomko.

Other big names still in contention include Brian Hastings, Toby Lewis, Matt Jarvis, Justin Bonomo, Matt Glantz, John Racener, Jake Cody, Vivek Rajkumar, Men Nguyen, and Dan O’Brien.

Starting Today:

The Main Event! Day 5.

WSOP Quick Hitters

Six women remain in the WSOP Main Event, including Kelly Minkin, who bagged nearly 1.3 million chips.

Negreanu ends Hellmuth Main Event run in 417th place: AK>QQ.

With the elimination of Hellmuth, along with Joe Hachem, Jonathan Duhamel, and Ryan Riess, on Day 4, only one former Main Event Champion remains in the field, 1993 champ Jim Bechtel.

94 year-old William Wachter was eliminated in 524th place on Day 4. Wachter is the oldest player to ever cash in the WSOP Main Event, and in honor of his accomplishment, he was picked by the WSOP to handle the “Shuffle Up and Deal” call at the start of Day 4.

Non-WSOP Quick Hitters

In another edition of where are they now, 2+2 asks the question, Do you even poker Gus?

The AGA is ever so subtly shifting their position on online gaming.

Following Yahoo’s recent announcement, the Las Vegas Review Journal tackled the thorny issue of whether or not DFS is gambling. The takeaway, there is little consensus.