World Series of Poker Main Event down to 57
Just 57 players remain after the end of Day 6 at the World Series of Poker Main Event.
A total of 6,865 hopefuls began the tournament nearly a week ago but now fewer than 1% of the entrants remain, with American Ryan Lenaghan leading the way with 12.8 million chips. Fellow countryman Ben Lamb is second with 9.9 million, while the 7.9 million stack of Matt Giannetti makes it an all-American top three going into Day 7.
All remaining players are guaranteed to win at least $130,997, while the top eight will all become millionaires. The overall winner of the Main Event will receive $8,711,956.
Day 6 chip leaders:
1. Ryan Lenaghan (12.8 million chips)
2. Ben Lamb (9.9 million)
3. Matt Giannetti (7.9 million)
4. Andrey Pateychuk (7.2 million)
5. Phil Collins (7.2 million)
6. Hilton Laborda (7.1 million)
7. Nelson Robinson (6.4 million)
8. Tri Huynh (6.2 million)
9. Aleksandr Mozhnyakov (6.0 million)
10. Bryan Devonshire (5.9 million)