The day started with 746 players who had survived Day 3. By the time the day came to an end, the money bubble had been breached, which meant that the 693 players would get at least $ 18,406. They would also get an opportunity to continue to November 9 and win more money. By the time the chips were bagged there were 291 players left, with the chip lead held by Matthew Haugen with 2.8 million chips. Zach Jiganti followed him with 2.36 million and Griffin Benger with 2.32 million.
Chip leaders of day 3 Andrew Liporace and Mehrdad Yousefzadeh had not exited though Phil Ivey the Day 2c leader exited at number 430. The approach of money bubble led to all tables beginning hand for hand play with 3 of the 5 hands resulting to eliminations, which led to the 692 survivors getting into money.
Those who burst the bubble were Kori Hunter, John Dwyer and Zhen Cai. They split the prize of the 693rd place f $ 18,406 into three. To determine who would take the bubble boy seat, the three played a high card game in which Cai won.
Among those who survived was poker pro from Massachusetts Ronnie Bardah, who set the record of making it to the cash bubble on five consecutive WSOP main events. Other players who survived are Matt Waxman, Martin Jacobson, Rep Porter, Jared Bleznick, Mukul Jauhuja, David Tuthill, Jeff Madsen, Maria Ho, hedge fund manager David Einhorn, Isaac Baron, Vitaly Lunkin, Brian Hastings, Dan Smith, Brian Townsend, Ola Amundsgard, Mike Sowers, John Kabbaj, Ali Eslami, 2013 November Niner Mark Newhouse, Faraz Jaka, John Monnette, Kory Kirkpatrick and Brett Richey.
Those who did not make it are some notable names including Huck Seed a former main event champion, Barry Hutter and five-time bracelet winner Allen Cunningham. Others include John Juanda, Olivier Busquet, Rando Ohel, Vinny Pahuja, Angel Guillen, Jonathan Little, Joe Kuether, Abe Mosseri, Phil Galfond, Chris De Maci, Michael Binger and Daniel Alaei.
The six-figure award will bust at the 72nd player.
The day started with 291 survivors of day 4 taking seats being led by Matthew Haugen with 2,808,000 chips and followed by Zach Jiganti with 2,364,000 chips. Other players included Griffin Benger, Dan Smith, Martin Jacobson, Leif Force, Jared Bleznick, Matt Waxman, Mukul Pahuja, Rep Porter, Maria Ho, Bryan Devonshire, David Einhorn, Bruno Politano, Scott Palmer, Vitaly Lunkin, 2013 November Niner Mark Newhouse and Jeff Madsen.
The day saw 195 players being eliminated and 96 players left. Former 2013 November Niner Mark Newhouse had 8.3 million chips followed by Scott Palmer with 5,950,000 chips, Bruno Politano with 5,820,000 and Dan Smith with 5,450,000. Others but with less stacks were Tony Ruberto, Leif Force, Clayton Hamm, Andoni Larrabe Clayton Maguire and Kyle Keranen.
The players of level 91 to 99 are the next to go out with $ 61,313 cash payout. The contest will continue until there is a final winner.