Monday, January 22, 2024 2:29 AM Local Time (about 37 days and 11 hours ago)
Dann Turner Leads Final Dozen into Final Day of Thunder Valley Main Event
Dann Turner Takes the Chip Lead into the Final Day of the Thunder Valley Main Event
After just under a 12 hour day, 12 players remain to play for the $207,020 first prize Monday in the WSOP Circuit Thunder Valley Main Event.
Day 3 will be led by WSOP bracelet and Circuit ring winner Dann Turner (7,905,000), who vaulted his stack into an immediate contender in the first levels of the day despite being to the right of start-of-day chip leader Travis Egbert.
From there, Turner steadily built his stack, while Egbert survived a roller coaster of a day to enter Day 3 fourth in chips with 3,150,000.
Also right in the mix are Kaylen Lebaron who sits second, though he sits with just over half of Turner's impressive stack with 4,435,000. Just behind him is Joseph Spanne with 3,365,000.
Complete counts are available under the 'Chip Counts' tab above.
The final run to the WSOP Circuit ring and that huge first prize begins at 11 a.m PT Monday at Level 26 with blinds of 40,000 / 80,000 with an 80,000 big blind ante.
Complete payout information is available under the 'Prize Pool' tab above
Be sure to keep an eye on PokerOrg Instant, for extended coverage on the road to another WSOP Circuit Thunder Valley Main Event champion!