11 players were battling for a staggering $10,000 first prize of our fantastic Last Longer Challenge and now we have a winner! Tibor Nyuli from Hungary is our last man standing and the winner of the VIP-Grinders 2022 WSOP ME Last Longer Challenge. Chip leader with only 380 players left is US pro Taylor von Kriegenbergh.
Tibor Nyuli wins the 2022 WSOP Main Event Last Longer Challenge
There were a total of 11 brave players, who battled for the VIP-Grinders $10,000 prize in the 2022 WSOP Main Event Last Longer Challenge. You can see all of them in the below banner:
A remarkable 6 out of 11 made Day 3 namely: Peter Kamaras, Tibor Nyuli, Tibor Szenasi, Zoltan Szabo, Laszlo Molnar and Bernard Larabi.
Since the field was reduced big time on that day, unfortunately most of our players, except for one busted.
Last men standing and therefore the winner of the 2022 WSOP Main Event Last Longer Challenge and a whopping $10,000 is Hungarian player Tibor Nyuli.
Fingers crossed that he will continue his deep run and that we will see him on one of the two featured tables of the WSOP Main Event Live Coverage in the coming days.
Taylor von Kriegenbergh chip leader with only 380 players left
Chip leader after Day 4 of the 2022 WSOP Main Event is US pro Taylor von Kriegenbergh with 5,305,000 chips, followed by another top pro Dan Colopys in second place (4,835,000).
Further notables in the Top 20 are Slovenian crusher Rok Gostisa (3,255,000) and Alejandro Locaco (3,210,000) better known as Papo MC, who made the final table last year.
The two former WSOP Main Event Champions are still in
Six former Main Event champions started into Day 4, but four of them were sent to the rails.
However, the two former WSOP Main Event winners Damian Salas (2,355,000) and Koray Aldemir (1,285,000) survived with decent