Day 6 of the 43 Annual World Series of Poker Main Event is now in the books. Erik Hellman from Sweden ended up as the last player to get eliminated (28th place for $236,921) before the tournament crew called it a day.
The remaining 27 players will now get some well-needed rest before it's time to return to the tables once again. Marc Ladouceur from Canada will most probably have a big smile on his face when he goes to bed tonight since he is the chip leader with 15,875,000 - about 3 million more than his closest opponent, Daniel Strelitz.
Gaelle Baumann, the Day 2 chip leader from France, is still in the tournament (20th place - 5,530,000 chips). But Baumann is not the only women left in the tournament... Elisabeth Hille from Norway has played amazing poker in the past 2 days and now has 9,770,000 chips (5th place)! Let's hope that at least one of them reach the final table!