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   Thursday, May 23 2024 
WSOP Main Event: The French Gaëlle Baumann still in the race

It remains only 27 players vying for the Main Event title of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2012. The name of the future champion of the world could be known after a few days because players who are joining the Rio poker room on Monday will play the finals. About French players, Gaëlle Baumann is the only survivor because Gwennael Grandmougin, Tristan Clémençon, Alban Juen and Eric Legoff already left the tables of this poker tournament that will determine the world champion of the year. His task is not easy. But he can already be proud of having done such a good course. Moreover, if he defeated, he will return at least with a minimum prize of $ 294,601. At the place of chipleader is the Canadian Marc Ladouceur with 15,875,000 chips. This native of Montreal could give the hope to Canadian players of seeing one of their representatives on the first step of the podium, as that was the case during the coronation of Jonathan Duhamel.

However, nothing is guaranteed because he is closely followed by major competitors. At the second position is Daniel Srelitz with 12,790,000 chips and Robert Salaburu, holder of 10,915,000 chips is at the third place. Women are also well represented at this great day because Elizabeth Hille will also race for the final with 9.7 million chips. Among the poker stars who have already abandoned the tournament at the end of Day 6 are Vanessa Selbst, Eric Cajelais, David Baker, Isaac Baron, Gavin Smith, Sam Holden and Jason Somerville.

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