Graph above: Chip counts of players over the 244 hands of day one of final table)
A scintillating 11 hours of play has whittled the WSOP Main Event final table down to just three players: the Netherlands' Jorryt van Hoof, Sweden's Martin Jacobson and Norway Felix Stephensen.
On the surface, it was clearly the van Hoof show as he dominated the chip counts for virtually the whole time.
As you might expect, he also dominated the stat sheet.
Scroll down/click through for a look at some of the numbers through the first 244 hands of play.
Only three different players held the chip lead:
- van Hoof (198 hands)
- Stephensen (3 hands)
- Tonking (43 hands)
Total Hands Won
- Jorryt van Hoof 61
- Martin Jacobson 47
- Felix Stephensen 37
- William Tonking 33
- Billy Pappas 22
- Andoni Larrabe 16
- Dan Sindelar 12
- Bruno Politano 9
- Mark Newhouse 5
- Chops 1
Who Won the Pots?
-- Stephensen didn't win a single pot in the first 27 hands.
-- By this time Larrabe, Pappas and Politano had already won 4 pots each and Sindelar even 5. Stephensen still lasted longer than those guys and made the Top 3.
-- Jacobson managed to win 5 pots in a row -- more than anyone else at the FT.
-- Jacobson even managed to win 10 out 12 pots between hands 223 and 234.
Graph above: Pots won by each player
Read a full rundown of all the key action on our WSOP Main Event Live Coverage page.