Christian Pham heads a field of 27 in the Main Event. Adrian Moreno takes down the Little One for One Drop, while Chris Ferguson clinches Player of the Year lead. These stories and more are in the Monday WSOP Hit and Run.

Ongoing WSOP Main Event Action

Only 27 players remain in the WSOP Main Event as Day 7 begins on Monday. By the end of the day, we will have a final table of 9 players vying for a $8,150,000 first place prize.

Christian Pham starts the day leading the pack with 31,440,000 in chips. Pham won a WSOP bracelet in 2015 in the $1,5000 2-8 Draw Lowball No-Limit. Following Pham is Valentine Messina in second with 28,590,000, Jack Sinclair with 27,535,000 and 2011 November Niner Ben Lamb in 4th with 25,685,000. Marcel Luske is arguably one of the more famous players still alive, although he is short stacked with 2,990,000 in chips.

Players knocked out during Day 6 include Chris Wallace (32nd, $214,913), Zu Zhou (37th, $176,399), Max Silver (45th, $176,399), Connor Drinan (56th, $121,188), Kenny Hallaert (64th, $101,444) and Ian Johns (73th, $85,482)

Action will resume at noon PT on Monday. Players will start out with the following chip counts to start the day.

WSOP Main Event Day 7 Chip Leaders (start of day Monday)
1Christian Pham31,440,000
2Valentin Messina28,590,000
3Jack Sinclair27,535,000
4Ben Lamb25,685,000
5Pedro Oliveira22,540,000
6John Hesp20,880,000
7Randy Pisane18,370,000
8Scott Blumstein18,125,000
9Richard Dubini14,975,000
10Bryan Piccioli14,500,000
11Richard Gryko13,760,000
12Jonas Mackoff12,050,000
13Michael Krasienko11,430,000
14Robin Hegele11,150,000
15Antoine Saout9,945,000
16Michael Ruane9,340,000
17Benjamin Pollak8,870,000
18Alexandre Reard8,580,000
19Karen Sarkisyan8,105,000
20Dan Ott7,815,000
21Damian Salas7,800,000
22David Guay7,400,000
23Scott Stewart5,230,000
24Florian Lohnert5,360,000
25Jake Bazeley3,915,000
26Marcel Luske2,990,000
27Michael Sklenicka2,230,000

Check for the updated chip counts.

Little One for One Drop

Adrian Moreno took down the Little One for One Drop on Sunday night for a $528,316 first place prize. Moreno, who started the day 11th out of 12 in chips, outlasted 4,391 entries over four days to take down his first WSOP bracelet. On his way to the victory at the final table, Moreno had to go through Martin Lesjoe ($326,314) and Matt Berkey ($240,588)

Watch the WSOP Main Event

– PokerGo will broadcast Day 7 coverage at 2 PM ET and again at 10:45 PM ET. ESPN2 will also televise action from 7 to 9 PM ET on Monday night. Today concludes the coverage provided by PokerGo for the World Series of Poker. ESPN will pick things up for good on Wednesday with a Main Event Final Table Preview show from 10 to 11 PM ET and then evening broadcast of the final table on July 20th, 21st and 22nd.

Quick Hitters

– Chris Ferguson will lead the World Series Player of the Year standings after the Las Vegas portion of the leaderboard. WSOP Europe will be held in Rozvadov in October and will comprise of the 11 remaining events towards the leaderboard. Ferguson, who cashed in 17 events in this year’s WSOP with 2 final tables, will receive a 10,000 WSOPE Main Event entry as the leader of the leaderboard on July 22nd (he has clinched the honor since none of the remaining players in the WSOP Main Event can catch him).

– Poker Listings takes a look at Kathy Liebert, a pioneer for women in poker. This year she finished 251st in the Main Event.