2017 WSOP The Marathon Resumes Friday with Just 13 Players Left

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Jun/16/2017

The 2017 WSOP THE MARATHON is down to the final stretch with only 13 players after a field of 1,759 kicked things off.

Joseph Di Rosa Rojas leads the way with 10,575,000 with Tim Reilly second (7,220,000). Other chip leaders included Andrew Jernigan (6,270,000), Maurice Hawkins (3,630,000) and Faraz Jaka (3,215,000).

Hawkins is a 10-time WSOP Circuit ring winner.

The winner of THE MARATHON will take home a cool $690,469 with 2nd place paying ·  $426,663.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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