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The Belgian player/tournament director bested a field of 4,531 players to win $63,891.
After going deep in many of the events at this year’s Series, Mercier proved unmatched on the felt.
Cliff Josephy is the chip leader as the final nine players look to continue play in the Main Event on October 30.
Vojtech Ruzicka leads the remaining field of 27 in the Main Event.
Belgian pro Kenny Hallaert leads the remaining field as the World Series of Poker Main Event heads into Day 4.
Lopes managed to hold onto the lead against Raffaele Castro from Italy who finished the day in second place, whereas pros such as Fedor Holz, Daniel Negreanu and Phil Ivey all busted out.
With 8 WSOP Circuit rings to his credit, Vornicu fought his way to the top emerging as chip leader of Day 2A/B.
The Las Vegas cash game grinder collected $210,279 in prize money and the gold bracelet for winning Event #66.
Jason Mercier pops the question to Natasha Barbour, Holz bags the One Drop, Doug Polk & Ryan Fee continue their upswing by winning Event #61 and Finnish player Jens Kyllonen makes a million.
Prociak takes down Event #60, winning $156,546 and the first gold bracelet of his career, Shack-Harris has to settle for second place.