Matt Hawrilenko Leads WSOPE Main Event

Yevgeniy Timoshenko (above) is still in contention for the WCP Triple Crown(TM) by winning a WPT, WSOP, and WCOOP event this year.

Yevgeniy Timoshenko (above) is still in contention for the WCP Triple Crown(TM) by winning a WPT, WSOP, and WCOOP event this year.

The money bubble popped at the WSOP Europe Main Event. Much like last year, a lot of marquee names have made deep runs.

Not among those names is chip leader Matt Hawrilenko, stacked at 701,500. Also not included is second overallĀ Steven Fung with 648,000.

Some notables remaining include and are limited to Barry Shulman (452,500), Daniel Negreanu (314,500), Yevgeniy Timoshenko (285,000), Doyle Brunson (246,500), Antoine Saout (202,000), Liz Lieu, a woman (193,500), Steve Zolotow (156,500), James Akenhead (153,400), Dave Ulliott (80,000), and Men “The Master” Nguyen (63,000).

Get full chip counts here.

 

4 Responses

    • Canada is not a hat

      September 30, 2009 12:50 pm, Reply

      Does one big live win make you a marquee name? I dunno. Great job. Awesome player I’m sure, but it’s not like people are talking about him over the breakfast table.

      Well… they might be soon.

  1. Zachary

    September 30, 2009 1:33 pm, Reply

    I agree with “Canada…” Matt Hawrilenko is not a marquee name. It takes more than being a poker pro and scoring a big win to become a marquee name in poker these days. Same goes in real sports. It seems Richard would say every single one of Full Tilt’s 873 poker pros are marquee names.

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