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WSOP $10K Main Event Day 1F & Day 2ABD: Wrap Up

Today saw two different flights in the World Series of Poker $10,000 Main Event No-Limit Hold’em World Championship; firstly, the six Day 1 was run – Day 1F – while simultaneously the surviving players from Days 1A, 1B and 1D came together to play the first Day 2!

It was a day of high excitement, both for the players starting out their WSOP Main Event journey and those returning for a second day of action.

Day 1F

Today’s Day 1F field swelled to 1,045 players, with 785 of those bagging up chips at the end of play.

Adam Walton of the United States finished the day as chip leader, collecting an impressive total of 334,00o over the five levels played.

14 GGPoker players showed up for Day 1F, with 12 surviving to play a second day:

Amadeusz Roślik – 171,100
Kunal Punjwani – 149,500
Christopher Frank – 147,200
Ravid Garbi – 140,100
Shai Arbel – 102,600
Michael Doherty – 93,500
Luis Fabio Fonseca Freitas – 75,800
Ryan Clark – 51,600
Stephen Thompson – 44,000
Julien Achard-Stropoli – 29,700
Idris Ambraisse – 29,100
Jonathan Benner – 29,000

Day 2ABD

A big field of 2,900 players began the day, and by the time the last hand was complete, we were down to 1,440 making it through to Day 3.

Some huge stacks were built, as you’d expect on a moving day, with Canada’s Shahid Rameez leading the pack with a monstrous 731,700!

By our reckoning, 127 GGPoker players started out the day; let’s take a look at the chip counts held by the 53 legends that made it through to Day 3:

Martin Hugo Pineiro – 503,200
Anton Wigg – 490,000
Niko Koop – 386,400
Roman Hrabec – 385,900
Jeonggyu Cho – 335,300
Christian Christner – 317,400
Rafi Elharar – 305,100
Yuri Dzivielevski – 291,300
Daewoong Song – 287,700
Marcel McGray – 262,300
Jerry Wong – 243,500
Matthew Traylor – 227,400
Byungjin Kang – 221,500
Aneris Adomkevicius – 215,100
Francisco Estrada – 214,500
Pavel Plesuv – 211,900
Daniel Tafur – 203,500
Nikolas Metaxas – 194,700
Florian Fuchs – 190,000
Vidur Sethi – 183,400
Dustin Hufnagel – 182,400
Garry Bliesner – 175,100
Michael Leick – 174,300
Sean Downs – 171,000
Mojahed Abuhadba – 158,400
Raul Manzanares – 156,400
Christopher Paolino – 155,200
Josip Simunic – 153,100
Matthew Franklin – 141,900
Lukas Robinson – 141,000
Christian Dressler – 131,700
Timo Kamphues – 120,000
Kfir Tubi – 117,600
Michael Hew – 114,600
Scott Thompson – 100,500
Shawn Wilson – 98,700
Vytautas Semaska – 97,100
Filip Nechansky – 92,100
Francisco Benitez – 81,200
John Weiss – 80,500
Daan Mulders – 79,300
Tianhang Zhang – 74,000
Ori Eshel – 71,000
Colten Yamagishi – 70,400
Justin Jordan – 62,700
Michael Smith – 57,000
Anthony Palermo – 55,600
Aleks Dimitrov – 54,400
Yingzheng Shi – 50,400
Pablo Sebastian Rodriguez – 44,700
David Hagmann – 43,300
Stefan Schillhabel – 43,200
Dara Ruairi O’Kearney – 40,500

Now that we’re getting closer to the action end of this tournament, we’ll be paying even more attention to how the GGPoker contingent are getting on – watch this space!