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WSOP Daily - Saturday, July 16th, 2011

By Ian Hiaring, Rakeback.com Poker News Staff Writer

The beat goes on at the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event. We started Saturday with 378 players and ended with 142. Manoj Viswanathan, the chip leader coming into the day was on the rail by the dinner break and admitted in a post-tourney interview that he “could have played better” on Day 5.

David Bach would grab the chip lead by the time play ended for the day. There are five players who have crossed the 4 million mark including Ben Lamb, who seems to be a fixture near the top of the leaderboard in every tournament he plays this summer at the Rio.

Here’s the top ten as we head into Day 6 on Sunday:

1 – 4,706,000 – David Bach
2 – 4,699,000 – Pius Heinz
3 – 4,654,000 – Kyle Johnson
4 – 4,109,000 – Phil Collins
5 – 4,032,000 – Ben Lamb
6 – 3,462,000 – Aleksandr Mozhnyakov
7 – 3,354,000 – Sebastian Ruthenberg
8 – 3,352,000 – Lars Bonding
9 – 3,292,000 – Bryan Devonshire
10 – 3,262,000 – Thomas Grey

Other notable players remaining:

33 – 1,988,000 – Joseph Cheong
38 – 1,880,000 – Claudia Crawford
69 – 1,230,000 – Jean-Robert Bellande
75 – 1,100,000 – Minh Nguyen
109 – 707,000 – Eli Elezra
115 – 641,000 – Allen Cunningham
127 – 500,000 – Sorel Mizzi

2011 WSOP Main Event Numbers

  • Total Entrants: 6,865
  • Players Remaining: 142
  • Prize Pool: $64,531,000
  • Winning Share: $8,711,956

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