Jacobson as the chipleader of the Day 6 - WSOP 2014 Main Event
Only 27 players survived during the Day 6 battle and will join the Day 7 of the 45th edition of the World Series of Poker 2014 held in Rio-Las Vegas. Actually 79 participants played on Day 6 and after 14 hours of game, the Swedish professional poker player Martin Jacobson emerged chipleader with a huge stack of 22,335,000 chips. He is well ahead of his rivals in this $ 10,000 buy-in poker tournament. Luis Velador secures the second place by the end of the Day 6 with 16.6 million chips. He is followed by Dan Sindelar (16,345,000), Andoni Larrabe (15,280,000), William Pappaconstantinou (14,640,000), Bruno Politano (11,625,000) and Dan Smith (10,335,000). Craig McCorkell (8th, 8.7 million), Felix Stephensen (9th, 7.7 million) and Andrey Zaichenko (10th, 7.3 million) complete the Top 10 chip counts heading to the Day 7.The remaining 21 players possess less than 10 million chips each. As for Brian Roberts and Scott Mahin, both players will enter the Day 7 as short stacks with 1,365,000 and 1,460,000 chips respectively.
The Day 6 chipleader Mark Newhouse managed to qualify for the Day 7 with slightly more than 6.8 million chips whereas the Day 4 big stack Matthew Haugen was among the eliminated players after the dinner break. The 27 survivors of the Day 6, including four WSOP bracelet winners namely Luis Velador, Craig McCorkell, Sean Dempsey and Leif Force will get back to the battle in which the blinds will be 60,000/120,000 with a 15,000 ante until the November Nine final table is reached. Those poker players are guaranteed to win a minimum prize of $ 286,900.
Tuesday, 15 July 2014
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