How are the Biggies Faring in WSOP 2013 Main Event?

WSOP 2013A powerful field of 6352 amateur and professional poker players had started off in the WSOP 2013 Main Event and as Day 3 ended only 666 remained. The WSOP 2013 Main Event, $10K No Limit Hold’em is the biggest poker tournament in the world and leads the winner to a mega prize packet plus the coveted WSOP Bracelet.

So let’s see how are some of the big names in the poker world doing at the current WSOP 2013 Main Event. Amongst the big poker players who have already exit include Phil Ivey who went out on Day 3. The best known poker player in the world hit the rail even though he started the day with a healthy stack. Others on the exit trail include Phil Helmuth, Phil Collins andTheo Jorgenson. Team Pokerstars Pro Jason Mercier, Vanessa Selbst and Daniel Negreanu exit on Day 2c. Former Main Event young guns Joe Cada and Jonathan Duhamel are also out. 

Indian Poker players including Akash Malik, Amit Jain and Samay Parikh busted on Day 2b. Apoorv Goel and Pulkit Kalia made to to Day 3. Pulkit Kalia has cleared Day 3 and enters Day 4 with a chip stack of 54,000. Aditya Agarwal sits pretty with a healthy above average chip stack of 361,000. 

Other notable poker players still shuffling their hopes in the WSOP 2013 Main Event include 2013 Main event winner Greg Merson, Doyle Brunson, Bertrand Grospellier, Michael Mizrachi and Annette Obrestad. 

Keep watching this space for more updates of the WSOP 2013 Main Event.