Shawn Daniels Leads at 2018 WSOP Main Event: Winner to Get Paid Nearly $9 Million

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Jul/06/2018

Placerville, CA's Shawn Daniels leads all Day 2AB players in the 2018 WSOP Main Event after bagging 533,500 in chips Thursday night.

Unofficial top ten chip counts for Day 2AB:

1 -- Shawn Daniels 533,500
2 -- Eric Liebeler 532,000
3 -- Samuel Bernabeu 524,000
4 -- Michael Dyer 502,400
5 -- Casey McCarrel 501,800
6 -- Brian Borne 491,000
7 -- Frank Bonacci 486,300
8 -- David Cabrera 483,800
9 -- Smain Mamouni 481,500
10 -- James Little 478,800

Here are your Main Event payouts:

Main Event payouts 1st: $8,800,000 2nd: $5,000,000 3rd: $3,750,000 4th: $2,825,000 5th: $2,150,000 6th: $1,800,000 7th: $1,500,000 8th: $1,250,000 9th: $1,000,000 1,182nd: $15,000

 

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