Day six of event #62 concluded and only 27 players are remaining in this year's main event. The chip leader is Germany's Anton Morgenstern who's previous WSOP record is three cashes and total winnings of $33,206. On second place is Sylvain Loosli (France) with a chip difference of 7,830,000 from Morgenstern's chip count of 21,955,000.
The buy-in was $10,000 and the total prize pool is $59,708,800 with 648 places paid. The first place is worth $8,359,531. The remaining 27 players are listed below:
wow such a crazy ride last night. morgenstern gotta be so tilted right now as well as the final table bubble Carlos mortensen. but im really impressed how amir lehavot played last night. anyways allready excited about the Final table
Last hand played to set the November Nine JC Tran and Carlos Mortensen tangled on a Tc6c3s9c board. After moving all-in with Ac9h Mortensen needed some help against Tran's 8c7s, but as the 2d fell the river the Spaniard became the final table bubble boy. The surviving nine will now return on November 4 to battle for the Main Event's $500,000 bracelet.
gotta like the chances of JC tran to take the whole thing down. He's the most experienced player left and knows how to handle his chip stack. read some updates during day 6 & 7 and he allways seemed to make the right decision
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