Aug 28, 2014
On top of the chip counts is Tyler Kenney (pictured above being interviewed by the WPT TV crew) with 2,955,000. Kenney consistently ascended the chip counts on Day 3, scoring several eliminations along the way before winning a pot off of then chip leader Jeremy Kottler in the last few minutes to take command. Kenney is looking to make his first WPT final table.
Kottler is second with 2,570,000 and is aiming to make his third WPT final table, followed by Taylor McFarland with 2,211,000 who is also looking to make his first final table.
Each of the remaining 16 players is guaranteed $16,180. The schedule for Day 4 is to play down to six players.
Stay tuned to WPT.com for live updates and chip counts throughout the day as they play down to the televised WPT Final Table.