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WSOP Main Event Day Six has Come to an End

WSOP Main Event Day Six has Come to an End

The World Series of Poker Main Event day six has come to an end after yet another long and exhausting day of playing poker. The day was stopped before the last level had been finished because the players were down to 27 and the tournament organizers decided to do a table re-draw and continue play on the final day seven, where the November Nine final table players will be found.

Day six saw a total of 52 players busting out with loads of pro's and crowd favourites such as Maria Ho, Kyle Bowker, Brian Hastings, Henrik Hecklen, Isaac Baron and Chris Johnson. Left are the final 27 players who will try and win their way to the last 9 who will play the biggest final table in the world in November.

Martin Jacobson from Sweden is currently the chip leader of the main event, having a massive 22,335,000 in chips, with a massive gap of 6 million chips down to Luis Velador in second place, who holds 16,600,000 chips. Dan Smith has 10,335,000 in chips, Jorryt van Hoof holds 5,395,000 and Scott Palmer holds 760,000 and needs to double to still have a chance of playing more than a couple of hands tomorrow.

Play will begin again in around 10 hours time and the players will continue to play day seven until they are down to the final nine players. You can follow the main event live reporting from WSOP's official website.

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