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World Series of Poker (Friday July 11 Update)

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/11/2008

Notable eliminations on Day 3 of the World Series of Poker included Eric Seidel, Scott Clements, Patrik Antonius, Chris Moneymaker, Noah Boeken, Jennifer Harmen and Darrell Dicken.

Recognize any of these names?  The folks mentioned below were the chip leaders heading into Friday and none of them were very high on the poker radar.

1Jeremy Joseph1,450,000 $100,000

2Jeremiah Smith1,300,000 $20,000

3Owen Crowe1,000,000 $980,000

4Alexander Kostritsyn980,000 $-150,000 - Kostritsyn has $1,766,976 in life time winnings, most of which was earned over the last 6 months.  His claim to fame was first place at 2008 Aussie Millions. 

5Dag Mikkelsen930,000 $40,000

6Mark Ketteringham915,000 $895,000

7Alan Jaffray870,000 $850,000

8Cristian Dragomir860,000 $840,000

9Sarkis Akopyan850,000 $150,000

10Robert Georato820,000 $60,000

Ace King, Gambling911.com

Originally published July 11, 2008 12:09 pm EST

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