Updated: Sep 5, 2021
At the first break, six (6) players have been knocked out of play, leaving 84 of 90 remaining. We have three, notable chip leaders at this time as well:
Kevin Friel (pictured left), ended level 4 with approximately 100K in chips, making him 3rd in highest chip count.
Christopher Grossi, a regular cash player at BBC&C (pictured middle), ended level 4 with approximately 130K+ in chips, making him the CHIP LEADER early on.
Dennis Rainville, a fan favorite as one of the nicest players in New Hampshire poker (pictured right), was not far behind Grossi at break. Rainville was second in chips starting level 5 at around 125K.