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WSOP 2011: More than 142 survivors for the Day 6 of the Main Event

The main event of the World Series of Poker 2011 (WSOP) currently reaches its sixth day of competition. The bust took place on Day 4. Thus, competitors for Day 5 were all part of players that will be rewarded. Note that there were more than 378 players who joined the poker room of the Rio on Day 5. At the end of the day, the field has narrowed to 142 competitors vying for Day 6. Thus, this fifth day of competition hurt many players like the chipleader of the day Manoj Viwanathan, Roger Hairabedian, Gabriel Nassif and Ilan Boubli. Luck however smile for some top players such as Tony Hachem, Allen Cunningham, Joseph Cheong, David Sands, Sorel Mizzi, Eli Elezra, Erick Lindgren, JP Kelly and David Barter.



Woman players will be also well represented, as Claudia Crawford, Amanda Musumeci and Erika Moutinho had the privilege to be qualified for the Day 6. As for French players, native of France's hope is now oriented on St├ęphane Albertini who is currently in the 25 th place, Guillaume Darcourt listed in the 54 th place and Mesbah Guerfi. David Bach is in the lead with 4,706,000 chips in hand. But formidable opponents holders of more than 4 million chips in hand as Pius Heinz, Kyle Johnson, Phil Collins and Ben Lamb are still in good fit for continuation of the events. The confrontation during the Day 6 will be very interesting as the competitors will play poker to earn a place on the final table.

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