Día 5 completado
Día 5 completado
After another five levels of play wrapped up on Sunday night at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event has just 69 players remaining. Those left are vying for a top prize of $7.68 million, and it was Pierre Neuville who positioned himself atop the pack moving into Day 6.
At the end of play, Neuville bagged 7.105 million for the chip lead.
Others still remaining are Daniel Negreanu, Fedor Holz, Brian Hastings, Justin Bonomo, Steve Gross, Toby Lewis, and Anton Morgenstern.
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Donnie Peters and Remko Rinkema lament the bitter end of Team Run it Up's bid to cash in 25K Fantasy, discuss the happenings in the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event, and predict a few members of the November Nine.
Fresh off of his win in the $500,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl, Brian Rast joins Remko Rinkema on the latest episode of the Remko Report.
The two talk about the event, playing cash games in Macau, settling down with his wife, and more. Rast even opens up about playing in the biggest games around the world before the big poker boom hit and some crazy $2,000/$4,000/$8,000 no-limit hold'em games in Las Vegas with a man known as "The Chairman."
Heading into Day 5 of the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event, just 237 players remain from the starting field of 6,420 players. Joseph McKeehan, last year's runner-up in the $1,500 Monster Stack, leads the pack, and another five levels of player are on the schedule. When all is said and done, under 100 should remain for Day 6.
PokerNews is not the live coverage provider for this year's 46th annual WSOP, but our famous MyStack app will be functional for players that have it installed on their mobile devices.
Brought to you by PokerNews, the app connects poker players in poker events. If you are playing in a poker tournament with the MyStack app available, you can now update your own chip count, post comments, and even share photos with other PokerNews members from around the world. You'll also be able to follow the MyStack feed if you want to check in on other's progress at the events, and even create a list of favorite players to follow.
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Día 5 empezado