Day 6 Returns 106 Players, Timothy Su Leads the Field
Day 6 of the 2019 World Series of Poker $10,000 Main Event returns 106 players at noon for another long day of action. After X hours playing in the Rio All Suites Hotel & Casino, Timothy Su bagged up a huge lead over the field with 19.2 million.
Experienced high roller Sam Greenwood sits second in chips with 11.9 million – making it a gap of nearly two average stacks. Notables Andy Hwang, Chad Power and Antonio Esfandiari return with above average stacks. Garry Gates has been working in the poker industry for nearly 15 years and is set up for a deep run.
Alex Foxen, Corey Burbick, Eric Cloutier, Jeff Madsen and Mukul Pahuja are a few notables that are found further down the chip counts.
All returning players have at least $59,925 locked up with six-figure payouts kicking in at 72 players remaining.
The Day 6 broadcast is all PokerGO affair on Thursday. The coverage begins at 6 pm ET and runs without interruption until 10:15 pm ET. The players and broadcast team take a 90-minute dinner break and then resume from 11:45 pm – 4:05 am ET.
Day 6 Top Ten Chip Counts
1. Timothy Su – 19,235,000
2. Sam Greenwood – 11,950,000
3. Duey Duong – 11,765,000
4. Warwick Mirizikinian – 10,835,000
5. Luke Graham – 11,280,000
6. Nicholas Marchington – 10,835,000
7. Milos Skrbic – 10,715,000
8. Romain Lewis – 10,600,000
9. Laurids Nielsen – 9,955,000
10. Ian Pelz – 9,635,000
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Photo credit to Lucas Buffa of Codigo Poker.