2013 WSOP Main Event: Day 4 Ends Just Shy of the Money; Brunson, Merson Still Thriving

John Hennigan's GOTR was among the notable Day 3 eliminations.

John Hennigan’s GOTR was among the notable Day 3 eliminations.

Day 4 of the 2013 WSOP Main Event ended with 666 players. A total of 648 will make the money, meaning that math math math just 18 more eliminations to go.

Leading the way at the end of Day 4 is Maxx Coleman with 1,071,500. He’s followed by Joshua Prager with 993,000. The first guy who cracked the 1M chip barrier, old-timer Dick van Luijk, stayed strong with 940,000.

Of people you’ve heard of before, the big storylines are that two-time champ Dennis Phillips Doyle Brunson, and last year’s champ Greg Merson, are still going strong. Brunson ended Day 4 with 626,000. Merson took some hits, but climbed back up to 390,500 by the end of play.

Day 1 & 2 chip leader Mark Kroon had a bumpy day, but still ended play with 343,000.

Other notable stacks include Luke Schwartz (620,500), Annette Obrestad, a woman (564,000), Jon Turner (558,500), Melanie Weisner, a woman (536,000), Greg Mueller (432,500), Michael Mizrachi (432,500), Marvin Rettenmaier (354,000), Jake Cody (350,000), and Sir Isaac Haxton (311,000).

Notable eliminations included Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth, Imari Love and Johnny “World” Hennigan, which also eliminated his GOTR girlfriend.

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