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Final 3 Remaining at This Year's WSOP Main Event: Koray Aldemir Has Monster Lead

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/17/2021

Argentinian rapper Alejandro Lococo, better known by his stage name of Papo MC, bowed out of the Final Table of this year's World Series of Poker Main Event, but not before cashing out a cool $1,225,000.

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Only three players remain.  They are:

Koray Aldemir

264,600,000 chips

Jack Oliver

77,300,000 chips

George Holmes

57,400,000 chips

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As you can see, Aldemir is well ahead of the pack.  The German-born player represents Austria where he currently resides.

His live total earnings to date total $12,334,110.  And it is looking as if he may be tacking on several million more at the conclusion of the WSOP Main Event.

Aldemir, Oliver, and Holmes will now return for the final day`s play at 2 PM (local time) on Wednesday, November.

England's Jack Oliver has enjoyed modest success on the live poker circuit with total winnings of $117,414.

Holmes, 49, of Atlanta, has cashed only one other time in a poker tournament.

“I only play the Main Event,” Holmes told PokerNews. “I’ve been to a WSOP Circuit stop in North Carolina a few years ago, but this is the only WSOP event I come out to play.”

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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