This Guy Named Paul Lee Now Leads WPT World Championship

We’d be lying if we told you we knew much about Paul Lee (not to be confused with Paul-y).

Header1Coming into the Five Star this month, he had a slew of minor and medium cashes in tournaments over the past decade. But not much of anything that would get panties wet (or what we like to call "what happens to the ladies when we walk in the room").

However, Paul won an earlier Five Star event, and final tabled another, and now, this dude who can’t get the panties wet is the chip leader going into Day 5 of the WPT World Championship, stacked at 3,601,000.

Only 27 remain.

1989 WSOP ME champ Phil Hellmuth was around the chip lead for the early part of the day, but took some hits and has fallen down to 18th overall, with 738,000. 2001 WSOP ME champ Carlos Mortenson was like Ice Cube, climbing to third overall with 2,429,000.

Other notables remaining include: two-time WSOP bracelet winner Scott Fischman (1,268,000), 2006 WSOP ME runner-up and 2007 Nat’l Heads Up champ Paul Wasicka (581,000), and groper of DTD girls Roland de Wolfe (460,000).

Get full chip counts here.

 

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