WSOP Main Event Recaps for Thursday: Phil Hellmuth, Chris Ferguson Eliminated

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Jul/13/2017

Wednesday’s play at the 2017 WSOP Main Event has concluded. Today marks the last day where the first three starting flights were separated, meaning all remaining players will converge into one massive field for Day 3 on Thursday.

It was tough a day for former Main Event champions. Ryan Riess, Joe McKeehen and Phil Hellmuth all fell, with 2000 Main Event Champion and 2017 POY contender Chris Ferguson also eliminated

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