The World Poker Tour Seminole Rock ‘N Roll Poker Open saw its field whittle down from 52 players to just 14 on the third day of play with tour regular James Rann grabbing the chip lead. Heading into the fourth day of play on Tuesday, however, a lot of eyes will be on MLS player Brent Kallman who represents his Minnesota United FC both at the poker tables and on the pitch.

Don’t miss the final table of this event live on PokerGO on Wednesday at 12:30 pm ET with live commentary provided by Dave Farra and Jamie Kerstetter.

While Rann’s chip lead with 5.8 million chips is still a while away for Kallman, his 1.5 million chips puts him comfortably in the middle of the pack. According to an interview on WPT.com, Kallman enjoys a game of poker in the off-season and this is his largest buy-in tournament to date. Kallman has played for Minnesota United FC since its inaugural season in 2016 and extended his contract last week.

The last remaining WPT Champions Club member in the field is Ravi Raghavan who ran up his short stack and comes into the fourth day of play with just shy of 1.1 million chips.

The following notable players were eliminated during play on Day 3, David Peters (51st – $9,895), Loni Harwood (50th – $9,895), Michael Tureniec (49th – $9,895), Vinny Pahuja (47th – $11,250), Aaron Massey (45th – $11,250), WPT Champions Club member Erkut Yilmaz (43rd – $11,250), Joe McKeehen (37th – $12,955), WPT Champions Club member Jonathan Jaffe (34th – $12,955), WPT Season Season X Player of the Year Joe Serock (30th – $15,105), and Phil Hui (16th – $21,305).

The chip counts heading into the fourth day of play are as follows as play will bring the field down to its final table of six on Tuesday.

Name Chip Count
James Rann 5,815,000
James Gilbert 5,240,000
Alan Schein 4,135,000
Pavel Plesuv 3,760,000
Jeremy Joseph 3,515,000
Marius Gierse 3,455,000
Christopher Kennedy 2,000,000
Roberto Bendeck 1,590,000
Brent Kallman 1,530,000
John DuBois 1,130,000
Ravi Raghavan 1,095,000
Jeff Yarchever 965,000
Tom Burandt 850,000
Brett Apter 835,000

The remaining players are guaranteed a payout of $31,550 with the final six taking home $103,310. The winner of this event, which will be broadcasted live on PokerGO on Wednesday, walks away with $504,820 and a seat into the Tournament of Champions in June 2019.

Play on Day 3 resumes on Monday afternoon with live updates available on the WPT website. New to PokerGO? Subscribe right now to enjoy more than 100 days of live poker action every single year as well as an extensive library of on-demand content.

Marius Gierse, Pavel Plesuv, Brett Apter, Alan Schein, Christopher Kennedy, Jeremy Joseph, Ravi Raghavan, Brent Kallman, James Gilbert, James Rann, Jeff Yarchever, John DuBois, Roberto Bendeck, Tom Burandt