Day 4 of Event #52: $1,000 Seniors Championship is set to get off to another bright and early start at 10 a.m. local time with 16 players vying for the WSOP bracelet and the huge first-place prize of $561,060.
Entering the day with the overwhelming chip lead is Christopher Cummings of Houston who holds one-fifth of all chips in play with 22,765,000. Cummings has just a few poker results to his name thus far, making this by far his largest result already and he will be hoping to use his big stack to take a serious shot at the bracelet.
Second in chips with 9,700,000 is Dennis Jensen who has been one of the highlights of the event so far. The Vermont native has been a positive table presence and has enjoyed playing the game of NLH in what is his very first WSOP event.
Daniel Lujano of San Diego is in third place in chips with 9,325,000. After him, there is a drop off from the third-place stack to fourth where Eric Sunde sits with 7,325,000 and Todd Hansen rounds out the top five stacks with 7,315,000.
Daily End of Day Chip Position
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All remaining players have a chance though as there are many middling stacks that should make play interesting as everyone jostles for a higher payout and position to make a run at the final table and ultimately for the bracelet.
The remaining 16 play on the outer feature tables for Day 4 in the Amazon Room. Updates will be given in regards to how long play will continue for, so keep things locked on PokerNews for all of the coverage.