Glantz, Little, Andrews Survive to See WPT Borgata Day 3

Cherish Andrews
Cherish Andrews.

Just 160 players remain from the 1,042 who began at WPT Borgata with Matt Glantz, Jonathan Little and Cherish Andrews among the survivors heading into Day 3.

Scott Herz and Joe DiMartino are neck-and neck for the chip lead at around 520k but the field behind has several big names still looking to make a move on Day 3.

Matt Glantz sits just off the lead pack with 384,000 while vets Matt Burnitz and Keven Stammen bagged about 350k.

Matt Salsberg
Matt Salsberg

Also holding steady at above-average chips are former WPT champ Jonathan Little (318,200), multiple WSOP bracelet winner Matt Matros (257,600), Weeds producer Matt Salsberg (236,000) and local Pennsylvania favorite Cherish Andrews (231,900).

Joe Serock, Mark "dipthrong" Herm, Bryn Kenney and Allen Kessler are also all just above the average stack of 195k.

The top 10 in chips heading to Day 3:

  • 1. Scott Herz 519,300
  • 2. Joe DiMartino 517,100
  • 3. Yung Hwang 498,900
  • 4. Patrick Chan 494,900
  • 5. Russell Crane 467,500
  • 6. Samuel Taylor 464,500
  • 7. Tim Reilly 455,500
  • 8. Nick Mitchell 444,700
  • 9. Robert Tepper 437,200
  • 10. Josh Templeton 405,500

Play resumes at the Borgata in Atlantic City at noon today and will go until 27 remain. Follow along live with the WPT Live Updates team.

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