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World Series of Poker -- Bill Perkins Leads One Drop High Roller Final Table

Final Four Players Resume Action at 1:00 p.m. PST


Bill PerkinsThree days of play wasn’t enough to wrap up the $111,111 buy-in One Drop High Roller tournament at the 2013 World Series of Poker. Instead, the final four players will have to wait until day four to resume play for the $4.830,619 first place prize.

Incredibly, Antonio Esfandiari, winner of the first One Drop High Roller event and the all-time tournament earnings leader, is still alive as the shortest stack in the tournament.

Joining him are poker pros Anthony Gregg, Chris Klodnicki and businessman Bill Perkins, who will enter day four with the chip lead.

A total of 26 players returned for action on day 3, but only 24 would make the money. The first person to be eliminated on the bubble was Haralabos Voulgaris. The bubble continued for quite a while before Yevgeniy Timoshenko was sent to the rail, guaranteeing everyone else in the field at least $173,723

Antonio EsfandiariHere is a look at those who made the money and the chip counts for the remaining players.

Place Player Name Payout/Chip Count
1 Bill Perkins 14,700,000
2 Anthony Gregg 13,900,000
3 Chris Klodnicki 12,000,000
4 Antonio Esfandiari 9,200,000
5 Richard Fullerton $1,066,491
6 Martin Jacobson $807,427
7 Brandon Steven $621,180
8 Nick Schulman $485,029
9 Olivier Busquet $384,122
10 Lawrence Greenberg $384,122
11 Connor Drinan $308,622
12 Jeremy Ausmus $308,622
13 Matt Glantz $251,459
14 Martin Finger $251,459
15 Blake Bohn $208,968
16 Mike Sexton $208,968
17 Daniel Alaei $173,723
18 Andrew Lichtenberger $173,723
19 Phil Laak $173,723
20 Shaun Deeb $173,723
21 Jason Koon $173,723
22 Farshad Fardad $173,723
23 Dan Shak $173,723
24 Steve Gross $173,723

Card Player will be posting level by level updates from the final table. For complete coverage of the summer poker festival, check out our WSOP landing page.