It didn't take long for the first short stack to move all in. After a raise from Carmen Evola, Pfizer Jordan three-bet shoved for 62,000 and Evola called. Jordan had and Evola , and the board ran out to end Jordan's tournament.
Only moments later Kenny Hsiung, who only had a few thousand chips more, was also eliminated as well on Table 442.
Today is supposed to be the last scheduled day for the record-breaking Event #8: $1,500 Millionaire Maker No-Limit Hold'em here at the 2014 WSOP, but due to the massive field size with an astonishing 7,977 entries in total, a fourth day to determine the winner seems likely. A total of 178 players are still in contention for the $1,319,587 first-place payout. The action resumes at 1 p.m. Vegas time with blinds at 4,000/8,000 and an ante of 1,000.
Yuliyan Kolev and Jonathan Dimmig are tied for the chip lead currently, having each accumulated 632,000 chips thus far with Bart Lybaert (615,000) hot on their heels. Other big names still left include Sean Prendiville (520,000), James Mackey (387,000), Andrew Teng (351,000), Dwyte Pilgrim (274,000), Athanasios Polychronopoulos (239,000), Andrew "BalugaWhale" Seidman (229,000), Allen Kessler (183,000), and Greg Mueller (107,000). All players have at least $7,430 guaranteed, but all are also eyeing that $1,319,587 first prize up top.
Follow live updates on the PokerNews live blog today at they try to whittle down the Event #8 field as much as possible.