WSOP Main Event Day 3: Plenty of Women Still In Contention With Barbara Enright Leading The Way
1,182 players survived Day 3 of the greatest poker event on the planet. When the bubble burst with just one minute remaining in the final level of the night all the players were guaranteed $15,000.
Three-time bracelet winner and Poker Hall of Famer Barbara Enright is leading the way and is 10th in chips with massive 1,260,000. She is the only woman who have final tabled the Main Event back in 1995 where she finished in 5th place. Can she do it again this year?
It looks good too for Female Player of the Year 2015 and last woman standing in the 2015 Main Event Kelly Minkin who will return for Day 4 with 795,000 in chips. Kristen Bicknell who won the 2017 Female Player of the Year title had a great day on the felt as well, bagging 565,000 at the end of the night. Two-time bracelet winner Loni Harwood will bring 318,000 into Day 4 and Jessica Dawley who just won her first bracelet will start the day with healthy 514,000.
Other notables still left in the field include Nadya Magnus, Jamie Kerstetter, Maria Konnikova, Lexy Gavin, Mina Greco, Lacey Jones, Jackie Glazier, Liv Boeree, Ema Zajmovic, and Katie Stone Cappuccio.
Good luck to you all on Day 4.
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