DoylesRoom.com Pros Getting Closer to WSOP Main Event Final Table
July 15, 2010 (CAP PR Wire) – The field has been cut down from over 7,000 to 1,203. Some of the world’s best professional poker players have seen their dreams crushed. But for four DoylesRoom pros, the Main Event is proving to be an incredible experience that could lead to a bracelet.
With the top 747 places being paid, several DoylesRoom pros are still on track to cash in the Main Event. Judging by their impressive performances, they could very well advance to the final table and become a part of the November Nine.
Zach Clark of The Brunson 10 has 114,800, Brunson 10 Contender Doc Sands sits with 81,000, Amit Makhija has 276,200 chips and longtime DoylesRoom.com pro Hoyt Corkins has 159,300 chips.
The winner of the WSOP Main Event stands to collect $8,944,138 of a $68.7 million prize pool. On July 17, the tournament will play down to the final nine players. The final table will play out in November 2010.
Day 4 of the World Series of Poker resumes Tuesday at Noon, Las Vegas time. To keep track of how DoylesRoom.com players and pros are doing at the World Series of Poker, visit DoylesRoom.com.
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