Update Day 7: WSOP 2010 Main Event Winners And Losers

Update Day 7: WSOP 2010 Main Event Winners And LosersDay 7 of the 2010 WSOP Main Event saw the remaining 78 players in the tournament whittled down to just 27 competitors, all of whom are now guaranteed at least $317,161 from their initial $10,000 investment.
Amongst the big names failing to make it onto the final three tables reserved for Day 8 was Theo Jorgensen, who started the day on a 9.3 million stack and the chip leader. However, Jorgensen then played a massive 19 million pot against Soi Nguyen with all the money going in on the flop with Jorgensen’s ace high flush draw against Nguyen’s top pair.
With no help on the turn or river, Jorgensen had dealt a fatal blow to his WSOP chances but still managed to stay alive long enough to finish in 30th place for $255,242.
Other notables falling to progress on an intense day of action, included Bryn Kenney, Tony Dunst, Alexander Kostritsyn, David Benyamine, Eric Baldwin, Jean-Robert Bellande, David Assouline and Evan Lamprea.
On the other hand, players continuing to excel at this year’s Main Event include Joseph Cheong, who finished the day as the chip leader and an enormous 24.5 million stack, and Cuong Nguyen not far behind on 23.1 million chips.
Out of the top tournament pros still left in the competition, John Racener is currently lying in 8th (10.47 million), Scott Clements in 14th (7.25 million), David Baker in 15th (6.825 million), Adam “Roothlus” Levy in 18th (4.745 million), William Thorson in 19th (3.68 million), and Hasan Habib in 28th spot (1.51 million) and still managing to hold on by a thread.
Perhaps the biggest name still left in the competition is Mike “The Grinder” Mizrachi, who started Day 7 on 7.5 million chips and saw his stack fluctuate between 2 million and 10 million before eventually finishing the day’s play in 16th spot and a 6.3 million stack.
As the players take an overnight rest, the remaining 27 players will return to battle it out on Saturday at 12pm. The Day 8 action will then see the field reduced to just nine players and the identities of the 2010 WSOP Main Event finalists revealed at last.

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