Day 4 Concludes with Danny Qutami Leading Final Five

May 4, 2018

Danny Qutami

Day 4 of the WPT Bellagio Elite Poker Championship has come to a conclusion with the 126-entry field reduced down to just the final five players returning on Saturday to resume final table play.

Following the elimination of Cary Katz in 6th place, Larry Greenberg immediately asked for play to end and no one objected, so play was paused with 34:17 remaining in Level 19 (4,000/8,000, and a 1,000-ante).

Headlining the final table is chip leader Danny Qutami (pictured) who bagged 1,077,000 in chips and is closely followed by Larry Greenberg (914,000) and WPT Champions Club member Ryan Van Sanford (706,000). Rounding out the final table is Adrian Garduno (794,000) and Jim Collopy (285,000) as players will return on Saturday to battle it out for the top prize of $378,879 (which includes a $15,000 seat to the WPT Tournament of Champions).

WPT Bellagio Elite Poker Championship Final Table
Seat 1: — empty —
Seat 2: Ryan Van Sanford – 706,000 (88 big blinds)
Seat 3: Larry Greenberg – 914,000 (114 big blinds)
Seat 4: Danny Qutami – 1,077,000 (135 big blinds)
Seat 5: Jim Collopy – 285,000 (36 big blinds)
Seat 6: Adrian Garduno – 794,000 (99 big blinds)

Play will resume at 12:00 p.m. (PDT) with the WPT Bellagio Elite Poker Championship winner being crowned following just four more eliminations.

Stay tuned for a full recap of the day’s play.

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