#1 Chip leaders in the $5,000 buy-in pot-limit Omaha event at the end of day two June 18.
Sorel Mizzi from Toronto, 969,000 chips.
Rifate Palevic from Finland, 949,000 chips.
Cliff Josephy of Muttontown, N.Y., 805,000 chips.
Richard Austin of Louisville, Ky., 537,000 chips.
Felipe Ramos of Brazil, 372,000 chips.
11 players remain from a field of 363 entries. The top prize is $409,484.
#2 Chip leaders in the $2,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em event at the end of day one June 18.
Corwin Cole from San Diego, 185,700 chips.
Balazs Botond from Hungary, 160,000 chips.
Guillaume De La Gorce from London, 148,700 chips.
Dustin Dirksen from Las Vegas, 145,000 chips.
Philip Sparta from Virginia, 145,000 chips.
213 players remain from a field of 1,695 entries. 16 remaining players are from Clark County. Top prize is $586,212.
#3 Chip leaders in the $10,000 buy-in seven card stud hi-low split-8 or better world championship at the end of day one June 18.
Tuan Le from Los Angeles, 234,000 chips.
Frank Mariani from Los Angeles, 111,300 chips.
Lyle Berman from Las Vegas, 109,500 chips.
Jeff Lisandro from Italy, 105,400 chips.
Richard Sklar from Las Vegas, 96,200 chips.
110 players remain from a field of 164 entries. 29 remaining players are from Clark County. Top prize is $431,656.