Eddy Sabat is pumped up, with a healthy stack in the Main Event and fewer than 40 players remaining. He shrugs off Matthew Waxman’s criticism of his celebration.
Leif Force has good reason to enjoy himself at the table. He’s got a lot of chips with less than 50 players remaining in the WSOP Main Event. He doesn’t mind the concurrent Dailies.
As a few hundred people played for tens of millions of dollars in the Main Event, a daily deepstack was running in the same room. Matthew Waxman didn’t mind.
Marcia Kuntz hails from the suburbs of DC, where she won a poker leaderboard contest good for $6,000 at the WSOP. She decided to kick in the rest of the buyin for a Main Event seat.
Kyle Keranen finished 38th in the 2012 WSOP Main Event, but it wasn’t exactly a satisfactory result. This year he’s in great shape to go deeper, but he’s hedging his bets.
Michael Finstein is among the chipleaders on Day 5 of the WSOP Main Event after failing to cash all 7 of the previous $10k events he’s played.
Maria Ho rebounded big time to kick off Day 4 in the main event, more than tripling the stack she started with by the second break. It’s an enormous stage, but she’s keeping her cool.
Although Ronnie Bardah is mostly concerned about the money up top, he is understandably proud of accomplishing a feat no player has before: 5 consecutive Main Event cashes.
Jon Aguiar is still alive in the Main Event, repping his company Draft Kings. He’d like to be able to keep things more real, but now has to choose his words carefully as a spokesman.