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WSOP $10K Main Event Day 2CEF: Wrap Up

With all entrants accounted for, the 2021 World Series of Poker $10,000 Main Event No-Limit Hold’em World Championship can boast a grand total of 6,650 participants, building a gigantic prize pool of $62,011,250!

Exactly 1,000 of the remaining 2,365 players will snag themselves a cash prize, starting at $15,000 for those finishing in 829th through 1,000th places, rising to a life-changing $8,000,000 for the player that captures the title of WSOP Main Event Champion 2021.

Today’s second Day 2 of this year’s Main Event saw the players who made it through Day 1C, Day 1E and Day 1F sitting down and grinding their way towards a Day 3.

The field was smaller than yesterday’s 2,900 players for Day 2ABD, but even still over 1,800 had chips in front of them at the start of play today, with 922 making it through the very last hand.

As with yesterday’s Day 2, there was heaps of action and a few gigantic stacks emerged, with Miami’s own Conrad De Armas bagging up the most with 744,000 chips, enough to see him into Day 3 as the overall tournament chip leader.

The GGPoker flag was flown by 43 players today, with 24 surviving to Day 3:

Shai Arbel – 381,400
Christopher Frank – 289,200
Vasu Amarapu – 277,500
Aleksandr Shevliakov – 277,000
Koki Kudo – 263,500
Seungyeol Kim – 231,100
Soo Jo Kim – 230,100
Daniel Smiljkovic – 201,300
Kunal Punjwani – 195,600
Luis Gustavo Kamei – 192,000
Ryan Clark – 182,000
Michael Doherty – 161,500
Ravid Garbi – 159,500
Terry Boutcher – 158,400
Harijs Broza – 157,600
Go Saito – 150,500
James Miller – 143,000
Ran Shapira – 141,200
David Sheinin – 96,200
Hojin Kim – 93,200
Jungwon Kim – 81,000
Rishi Makkar – 79,200
Niklas Astedt – 72,000
Limor Nahshon Davidson – 28,300

Between today’s survivors and the 53 players that made it through Day 1ABD, the GGPoker squad reassembling for Day 3 comes to 77 hopefuls – let’s follow their progress and cheer them towards some big paydays!