109 Players Remain in 2018 WSOP Main Event Heading Into Tuesday's Play

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Jul/10/2018

109 players will return Tuesday to play in this year's World Series of Poker Main Event.

Houston, TX's Michael Dyer tops 12 million chips to lead a storm-shortened Day.

Monday's action in the Main Event was impacted by severe storms moving through Las Vegas, which caused several brief power outages and surges.

Official top ten chip counts for Day 5:

1 -- Michael Dyer 12,180,000
2 -- Brian Yoon 8,395,000
3 -- Jeff Trudeau 8,305,000
4 -- Hari Bercovici 7,650,000
5 -- Bart Lybaert 7,530,000
6 -- Peter Campo 6,935,000
7 -- Konstantin Beylin 6,930,000
8 -- Paulo Goncalves 6,840,000
9 -- Alexander Gross 6,755,000
10 -- Artem Metalidi 6,525,000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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