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June 28, 2018
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Aditya Agarwal and Shyam Srinivasan make it to Day 4 of WSOP Monster Stack

By Shalini Singh @Shalini_Singh15

India’s Aditya Agarwal and Indian origin Canadian player will return to Day 4 to play with the remaining 29 players.

The Event #48- $1,500 No-Limit Hold ‘em Monster Stack of WSOP2018 drew 6,260 entries over 2 different starting flights.

The event witnessed some intense action because some quick eliminations took place leaving only 257 participants for entering the Day 3 of the event.

India’s Aditya Agarwal entered Day 3 with a huge stack of 1,100,000.

Other two Indians who entered Day 3 were Nipun Java who got 101,000 in chips and Shyam Srinivasan who bagged 550,000 in chips.

Although Day 3 kick-started with 257 survivors but within 10 hours, it got reduced to 29.

Many popular players including the likes of Almedin Imsirovic, five-time WSOP ring-winner Kurt Jewell and Jimmy Guerrero got ousted. Indian origin United States player, Nipun Java exited in 126th place whereas James Stewart who came with more than a million chips got eliminated on the 100th place for $6,794.

Aditya Agarwal is currently sitting at the 23rd spot with 1,680,000 in chips with a payout of $35,819.

This will be his highest score of WSOP 2018 for Agarwal as he will double his winnings in the series. He would certainly be looking forward to claiming the first-place prize of $1,037,451 and the gold bracelet.

The event $1,500 NLH Monster Stack is also turning out to be great for Shyam Srinivasan.

He is currently holding a bigger stack than Aditya Agarwal with 2,750,000 in chips and he is placed 14th among the remaining 29 with the current payout of $56,551.

Although Indian origin Nipun Java is no longer a participant as he has already been eliminated from the tournament cashing out in 126th in the tournament for $6,794 in prize money.

Vitor Rangel from the US is leading the 29 survivors for Day 4 in Event #48: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Monster Stack. Behind him is James Carroll with 8,165,000.

Harald Sammer is the 3rd in chips with 7,170,000.

All of them will be returning for the final day to clash for the $1,037,451 first-place prize and WSOP gold bracelet.

Shalini Singh @Shalini_Singh15

A Writer | A Reader | Above all- A Human Being constantly looking forward to pushing the envelopes!

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