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Day 4 of the Main Event started with 1,182 players and by the end of the day, only 310 players remined. Bracelet winner Barry Hutter bagged up the lead with 5.6M. Joe Cada is the only former championship still left in the hunt, while former champs Johnny Chan, Tom McEvoy, and Jonathan Duhamel all busted.

Well that went faster than expected. And then there were 310. Day 3 ended with 1,182 players and the money bubble popped. Everyone who returned on Day 4 locked up a min-cash. The action always picks up as soon as the bubble bursts, but the bustouts started and didn't stop. By the end of the night, only 310 players were left standing. Sunday saw the liquidation of 75% of the field.

American pro Barry Hutter sits atop of the lead with 5.6M. Rounding out the Top 6 are Ale Haro, Brian Altman, Andres Jeckeln, Hari Bercovici, and Kelly Minkin. Hutter won a bracelet in 2015 and he was runner-up last week in Event #54 $3,000 NL. Hutter narrowly missed a bracelet last week and he's been cruising the last two days in the Main Event.

Joe Cada is the only former champ still left in the hunt. Cada won another bracelet earlier this summer, but he's looking to become the first multiple Main Event winner since Stu Ungar won his third title in 1997. Ungar had to fade a field of 312 total runners to win the 1997 WSOP Main Event. Right now, Cada finds himself among the final 310 in this year's Main Event.

Event #65 $10,000 Main Event Championship - Day 4 Results

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872. That's how many players were knocked out in the Main Event on Day 4. The fourth day of action began with 1,182 players or everyone in the money.

Couple of former champs fell by the wayside during Day 4 including Tom McEvoy, Johnny Chan, and Jonathan Duhamel.

Only 2 stacks are in excess of 5M, including the chipleader Barry Hutter. Hutter bagged up a tick under 5.6M. Alexander Haro bagged up a tad more than 5M.

Ivey busted and the entire poker world is currently sitting Shiva.

Brian Altman got the rest of Ivey's stack. That's one of the reasons he ended the night third overall and a just shy of 5M.

Among the lucky souls still alive... Shannon Shorr, Joe Cada, Brian Yoon, Stan Lee, Alex Ziskin, Dan Tang, Ben Yu, Ivan Demidov, E-Fro, Ben Pollak, Pete Campo, James Obst, Tony Miles, Brian Borne, Chino Rheem, Martjin Gerrits, Clayton Fletcher, James Ankenhead, Alexandre Reard, Dan Wolf, Johnny Bax, Daniel Ospina, Will Simpson, Jamie Kaplan, Ming Xo, Chris DaSilva, Alex Wong, Ricky Souza, Kerry Bell, Takaski Oguru, Sylvian Loosli, Matt Stein, Jeff Trudeau, Mike Dyer, Dave Miscikowski, DID NOR REPORT, Toby Zeigker, Tim Lutz, Xi Yang, Steve Adams, Jake Toole, Ben Jackson, Eric Sfez, Antoine Labat, Sam Touli, Chou Chou, Brian Green, Jared Kwong, Stefan Huber, Atonio Esfandiari, Martin Zamani, Eric Liebler, Andreas Kniep, Paul Volpe, David Chen, Peter Cross, David Chen, Jake Schwartz, Ralph Massey, Bart Lybaert, Cory Williams, Danny Alaei, Jamie Flynn, Chris Moorman, Ema Zajmovic, Phil Chun, Carter Swindler, Axel Hallay, Bruce McVay, Scott Wilson, Cole Miller, Richard Gryko, Kyle Julius, Seth Foster, Ted Lawson, Eric Kepper, Richard Lee, Cory Albertson, Ivan Luca, Mike Brady, Rhys Jones, Jason Gooch, Dustin Nelson, Brad Myers, Takashi Matshushita, Adam Geyer, Oliver Weis, Josh Jackson, Ken Watson, Anatoly Filatov, Natalie Teh, Porter Lambert, Howie Mash, Mike Bailey, Jake Schindler, John Bolton, Mike Haddad, Vic Chau, Tom Cannuli, Dong Kim, Frederick Jensen, Jeff Benhart, Chris Bjorin, Mina Greco, Barbara Enright, and Park Yu Cheung.

Among the notables who busted... Phil Ivey, Lacey Jones, Darren Elias, Liv Boeree, Katie Stone, Johnny Chan, Jonathan Duhamel, Eric Hicks, Smain Mamouni, Maria Konnikova, Romain Lefebvre, Matt Reed, Frankie Flowers, Jason Lester, Kane Lai, Mike Takayama, Andrew Kelsall, Tom McEvoy, Ian Johns, Johnny Chan, Dan Heimiller, Patrik Antonius, Glen Chadwick, Jeff Kim, Ben Jones, Steve Song, Jean Gaspard, Ben Zamani, Bobby Lee, Ed Ludwig, Loi Nguyen, Kristen Bicknell, Dan Fuchs, Johannes Becker, Sean Ruane, Farid Jattin, Dan Howe, Rob Peacock, Manig Loeser, Tim Little, Tweed Vorhees, Jerry Humphrey, San Marin, Eugene Todd Bro, Brent Hanks, Todd Brunson, Shawn Buchanan, Men the Master, Jessica Dawley, Ray Henson, Walter Treccarichi, Mike Glick, Maxim Babko, Mazin Khoury, Damian Salas, Paul Sexton, Andy Phan, Mike Cohen, James Romero, Jesse Sylvia, Jamie Cohen, Ying Fu, Amir Lehavot, Per Hildebrand, Lee Markholt, Andrew Yeh, MrSmokey, Joardan Young, Allen Cunningham, Sean Baik, Jim Collopy, Stuart Taylor, Eugene Katchalov, Allan Le, Nick Maimone, Alex Bolotin, Taylor Paur, Andrew Chen, Jackie Glazer, Loni Harwood, Aditya Agarwal, Eric Nerger, Arnold Spee, Jeff Banghart, Melanie Weisner, Anh Van Nguyen, Victor Choupeaux, Theo Tran, Eric Hershler, Chip Jett, Yevgeniy Timoshenko, Jamie Kerstetter, Pierre Neuville, Jason Starsser, Marvin Rettenmaier, Jake Cody, Jan Eric Schwippert, Ryan Laplante, Will the Thrill, and Barry Greenstein.

2018 WSOP - Event #65 $10,000 Main Event Championship

Entrants: 7,874

Prize Pool: $74,015,600

Payouts: 1,182

Chip Leader: Barry Hutter 5,597,000

 

Top 10 Chip Counts:

Barry Hutter 5,597,000

Alexander Haro 5,031,000

Brian Altman 4,861,000

Andres Jeckeln 4,506,000

Hari Bercovici 3,510,000

Kelly Minkin 3,459,000

Franklin Azevedo 3,410,000

Ubaid Habib 3,300,000

Nicholas Newport 3,269,000

Krasimir Yankov3,264,000

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