WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic $10,400 Main Event saw the tournament’s field be whittled down to just 90 entries. The event attracted a total of 812 entries, thus becoming the largest-ever Five Diamond Main Event in WPT’s history.

Day 4 of the event will be played on Friday at the host casino the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Blake Bohn will be the player to lead the 90 survivors into the fourth day of action. He accumulated 871,000 in chips on Thursday to lock the chip leader position.

The player is yet to capture his first WPT Main Event title, but this does not mean that he lacks WPT experience. He has previously cashed in seven WPT events. He even made it to the final table of the Season XIII WPT Borgata Poker Open. The player finished fifth in that tournament to collect one of his largest cashes of $213,999.

Bohn’s live tournament earnings currently amount to $2.6 million. The player is a one-time Mid-States Poker Tour Main Event champion and a one-time Chicago Poker Classic champion. That latter title actually brought him his largest-ever live cash. The player collected the amount of $288,171 for his triumph.

Back to the WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic, Bohn grabbed the chip lead late on Day 3. He won a key pot by eliminating German poker pro Rainer Kempe, which pushed his chips over the 800,000 mark.