A total of 7,874 players jumped into Event #65 $10,000 NLHE Main Event World Championship, and now only 109 players remain as Day 5 ended in a rather peculiar way. Day 5's chip stack hero is Houston resident Michael Dyer with 12,180,000.
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Joined: Mar '09
Age: 41 (F)
By reading the whole article what you keep in your mind i believe is, getting eliminated 292nd, winning almost 38k USD Of course the buy in is 10k USD for it, but still a very nice profit for that position. With so many paid places it get easier, for some players to push the money for the buy in, for a chance to a table full of money
Joined: May '09
Age: 33 (M)
again we have almost 8000 players on main event and great prize pool!it will be great "fight" in next days and who know who will win first prize and bracelet!hope that soon we will have this on tv or on you tube and to see how everything was!
Barry Hatter is certainly the leader of the day ... but in dangerous proximity to him is Eric Frolich ... and Ivan Luka is not too far behind ... and other players can double their stack and become leaders ... as it seems to me in this tournament have a chance of success for almost all players
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