A total of 1,203 remain after Day 3 of the 2010 WSOP Main Event. That means we’re only math math math 456 from the money. That’s right, only 456 people to go before many realize their dreams. It’s a dream so close the remaining 1,203 can practically touch it, feel it. It’s within their grasp. The dream is still alive.
Just kidding about those last few sentences.
Anyway, at the end of Day 3 James Carroll is the chip leader, stacked at 803,000. He’s followed by the name we’d give to a sexy co-host of a morning drive-time R&B radio show, Imari Love, with 741,100.
Also among the big stacks is still, amazingly, Johnny Chan, with 636,000. After Day 1 we were like, “yeah, that can happen sometimes,” and after Day 2 we were like, “ah, that’s cute, good for him…” but now we’re thinking, “WTF is this? Johnny Chan? Same Johnny Chan that was in Rounders Johnny Chan? Double rainbow.”
Other notable big stacks remaining include Johnny Lodden (565,400), Eric Baldwin (499,600), Cole South (478,600), The Intense Stare of Scott Clements (459,900), Kido Pham (445,000), Steve Burkholder which is only significant because his hot gf might rail him (427,500), David Bach (410,500), Nick Rainey (408,100), and Dragan Galic (403,000).
Our favorite name of the 2010 WSOP, Fokke Beukers, is stacked at 463,800. Let’s just say we’d fokke buekers Rachel Nordtømme.
Also of note, all four Mizrachi brothers are still alive.
Finally and most importantly, still plenty of women alive for the Last Woman Standing CupTM. Among them include Shannon Shorr, a woman (401,500), Lauren Kling, a woman (361,600), Vanessa Selbst, a woman who likes women (331,500), Karina Jett, a woman (273,700), Khamsey Nuanmanee, a woman, (254,200), Erica Schoenberg, a woman (127,700), Annie Duke, a woman (113,800), Evelyn Ng, a woman (70,000), and Kathy Liebert, a woman (43,000).
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PHOTO GALLERY: Last Woman Standing – Day 3 of the 2010 WSOP Main Event