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With a cash in today's event, the following have added to their impressive career number of cashes at the WSOP:
Daniel Negreanu - 75 (6th this WSOP)
Berry Johnston - 66 (3rd this WSOP)
David Chiu - 61 (1st this WSOP)
Jeff Lisandro - 55 (3rd this WSOP)
David Plastik - 36 (2nd this WSOP)
Terrence Chan - 29 (1st this WSOP)
Jeff Shulman - 28 (3rd this WSOP)
Mitch Schock - 28 (3rd this WSOP)
Dan Kelly - 27 (5th this WSOP)
Alex Queen - 16 (6th this WSOP)
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A short-stacked Ben Yu would get the last of his chips in with against his opponent's . The board would run out and the tournament director announced that the players were in the money to a small round of applause.
They have paused the action as we are now down to 73 players. We'll play hand-for-hand until we lose one more player.
There are 75 players remaining meaning we are only three away from making the money. Mark Mierkalns three-bet pre-flop and fired out a bet on the flop and then put his last 1,300 in on the turn. His lone opponent made the call and turned over . He was drawing dead as Mierkalns had for a turned set. The river was a meaningless and Mierkalns scored the much needed double up.