Boivin Leads and Moreno Contends as 54 Gamers Return to Day 4 of Wynn Hundreds of thousands Foremost Occasion | 2022 Wynn Hundreds of thousands

Day 4 of the 2nd annual $10,000 buy-in, $10 million GTD Wynn Hundreds of thousands Foremost Occasion is sort of underway and can kick off at midday native time as a part of 2022 Wynn Hundreds of thousands at Wynn Las Vegas.

This yr’s Foremost Occasion attracted a lot of poker’s greatest and brightest stars to generate a complete prize pool of $10,105,000 off of 1,075 entriesand now solely 54 gamers stay.

Belgian Thomas Boivin bagged the most important stack by a superb margin with 2,500,000 chips and leads the sphere with practically 167 large blinds. Hyo Joo (2,080,000) went on a run late in Day 3 to safe the second-biggest stack heading into Day 4, whereas Debbie Lee (2,000,000), Niko Koop (1,890,000), and Ian Matakis (1,775,000) spherical out the highest 5.

Thomas Boivin

All the remaining gamers have already cashed for no less than $38,384, however all eyes are on the $1,655,952 first-place prize and the glamorous Wynn Hundreds of thousands Foremost Occasion trophy.

Defending champion Andrew Moreno is aware of a bit in regards to the glory of the Wynn Hundreds of thousands title, and he will likely be trying to go back-to-back within the first two Wynn Hundreds of thousands as he takes a wholesome stack of 985,000 into Day 4.

Others nonetheless in competition for the title embody Sylvain Loosli (1,305,000), Sam Soverel (1,300,000), Shaun Deeb (1,015,000), Katie Lindsay (955,000), Joey Weissman (945,000), Shannon Shorr (935,000), Chad Eveslage (620,000), Jesse Sylvia (540,000), Brock Wilson (530,000), Vanessa Kade (485,000), Sean Perry (390,000), Jake Daniels (305,000), and Sofia Lovgren (255,000).

Keep tuned because the PokerNews dwell reporting crew brings you updates of the Day 4 motion.

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