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Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em



The Final 15 Return for Day 3

Brandon Ageloff
Brandon Ageloff

There were 1,914 players who exchanged $1.500 at the registration desk for 4,500 tournament chips when Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em began on Saturday. Now, just 15 of those players are still in contention for the gold WSOP bracelet and the top prize of $478,102.

It's the final day of this event, and Brandon Ageloff will have the honor of being the only player with over one million chips (1,007,000) when action resumes at 1 p.m. He has a very slim lead over Ray Foley who has 993,000. At these blind levels, the difference is less than a big blind.

Jason Johnson was the chip leader going into Day 2 of this event, and he continued to maintain a large stack throughout the day, bagging up the third-most chips with 779,000. Jordan Morgan, Vinny Pahuja, and Roberto Romanello are other familiar names among the final 15.

All players are now guaranteed $21,575 for their deep run in this event, and those who make the final table of nine players will make at least $35,063.

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Day 3 Table Draw

TableSeatPlayerChip Count
4461Alexander Zeligman243,000
4463Vinny Pahuja572,000
4464Ray Foley993,000
4465Justin Conley302,000
4466Mark Wilds700,000
4467Evan McNiff294,000
4468Jason Johnson779,000
4469Ryan Spittles453,000
4502Roberto Romanello458,000
4503Joseph Iarussi764,000
4504Bryan Dillon560,000
4505Jordan Morgan773,000
4506Brandon Ageloff1,007,000
4508Robert Chorlian492,000
4509Michael Anselm227,000
Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
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