The 411 On The 41st (WSOP): In The Money In The 25K Six-Max
July 2, 2021
After two full days of play the highly skilled field of Event #52, the $25,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold ‘em Six-Handed, has been whittled down to the money, and the surviving players are now all within 18 spots of what is arguably one of the most impressive World Series of Poker bracelets to win in 2010.

191 players entered this new WSOP event, creating a total prize pool worth $4,536,250 and a top prize of $1,315,518.  Among the total field sat some of the most well respected players both live and online, and even with only 18 players left there are still more than enough well known pros ready to make headlines.

Some of the top players still in contention include Abe Mosseri (1,035,000 in chips), Isaac Haxton (835,000), Carlos “El Matador” Mortensen (484,000), Dan Kelly (260,000), Justin Bonomo (576,000), Daniel Negreanu (860,000), Shawn Buchanan (772,000) and Frank Kassela (978,000), who will now lead the 2010 WSOP Player of the Year race outright with this cash and the unfortunate elimination of John Juanda, who bubbled the money in 19th place.

Other players who came up just short yesterday include Phil Ivey (41st), Hoyt Corkins (22nd), Erik Seidel (33rd), Vanessa Rousso (30th) and PokerRoad’s Barry Greenstein, who was eliminated shortly after a monster, million-plus pot, where he got it all-in with aces vs. Ace-Eight, only to lose to a flush on the river.

Day 3 of Event #52 begins today (7/2) at 3 p.m., Las Vegas time.  To follow the action online check out live updates at powered by PokerNews.
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