After 10 one-hour levels, players can finally bag their chips and go enjoy a well-deserved night of sleep. From the 316 players that started the day only 38 remain and will come back tomorrow at 13h00 for the 4th and final day of the WSOP-C Playground Main Event.
Day 3 was an all-Roussy-Majeau affair, as the young man led the way from 2:00pm and until the last level of play when he dropped a couple of positions. Philippe Sousa, second at the last break, will enjoy the pole position when the action resumes.
There will be a full redraw before tomorrow, and the seat assignment, along with full counts, will be posted here some time before the restart.
Tomorrow, we crown a champion. This person will take $300,000, the Main Event circuit ring, and an entry into WSOP-C Monterrey. See you tomorrow!