64 Players Left In The WSOP NL Hold’Em Main Event


Jul 2015

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2015 WSOP Day 6

It is Day 6 of the World Series of Poker of 2015, during the No-Limit Hold’Em Main Event, the biggest and most popular event of the tournament series. With the $10,000 buy-in, there were 6,420 total entries, but now only 64 players remain. By the end of the night, there will only be 9 players remaining, as they make their way to the final table.

It has been a long, but surprising day, as Pierre Neuville has been chip leader during most of the day, only to have lost his place as 1st to David Stefanski just moments ago. The current chip leaders half-way through Day 6 are:

# Player Chip Count
1 David Stefansky 7,525,000
2 Pierre Neuville 7,450,000
3 Thomas Cannuli 6,650,000
4 Thomas Paul 6,140,000
5 David Peters 6,130,000
6 George McDonald 6,095,000
7 Matt Guan 5,900,000
8 Erasmus Morfe 5,280,000
9 Andrew Moreno 5,205,000
10 Matt Jarvis 5,095,000

Now is the time that we will see some big poker hands being played, as each player aggressively looks to knock out their opponents with the final table being so close. The chip leaders are not who we would have expected them to be, but it can all change with the River card and an all-in bet. Keep your eyes open, as more amazing hands and great bluffs are to be had.