Another spectacular performance from Team India came on Day 3 of Event #50: Monster Stack – $1,500 NLHE. All five Indians, who had made it to Day 3 of the event, finished in the money with Siddharth Mundada, who entered Day 3 with the 31st biggest stack of 1,395,000, ended as the last Indian, finishing in 76th place for $10,626. Nishant Sharma, who had carried a commendable stack of 1,039,000 to Day 3, finished 143rd for $6,593. Another Indian to cash was Adda52 Celebrity Pro Minissha Lamba and she earned $5,005 for her 252nd place finish in the tournament.
The two other Indians to score ITM finishes were Romit Advani (268th for $5,005) and Vivek Rughani (324th for $4,418. Some notable players to finish in the money were Andrew Barber (50th for $18,462), Ravi Raghavan (132nd for $6,593), Dmitry Yurasov (135th for $6,593), Sivaraman Ramakrishnan (136th for $6,593), Hiren Patel (138thfor $6,593), Konstantin Puchkov (151st for $6,593), Joe Cada (171st for $5,719), Alexandru Papazian (185th for $5,719), Karim Chatur (199th for $5,719), Satyajit Dixit (241st for $5,005), and Ali Imsirovic (277th for $5,005) to name a few.
Among the 49 Day 3 survivors, Vincent Chauve (22,000,000) emerged as the chip leader with 22,000,000 chips. He collected a large portion of his stack when his set of threes cracked the aces of Malvin Tan. The other big stacks to move into Day 4 were Bryan Kim (17,725,000), Anthony Kazgandjian (15,700,000), Ramiro Petrone (13,900,000) and Andre Haneberg (12,725,000).
Top 10 Chip Counts At Day 3 End:
- Vincent Chauve – 22,000,000
- Bryan Kim – 17,725,000
- Anthony Kazgandjian – 15,700,000
- Ramiro Petrone – 13,900,000
- Andre Haneberg – 12,725,000
- Jonathan Seltzer – 12,125,000
- Randall Hernandez – 11,975,000
- Bart Hanson – 11,650,000
- Benjamin Ector – 11,465,000
- Willaim Lorring – 9,400,000