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WSOP Daily - Sunday, July 17th, 2011

By Ian Hiaring, Rakeback.com Poker News Staff Writer

Sunday the field of 142 at the 2011 Main Event was reduced to 57 players. There’s just two more days of play left this summer before we’re down to our November Nine, and we’ve finally had a player crack the 10 million chip barrier as Ryan Lenaghan leads the tournament with 12,865,000 chips.

Ben Lamb continues to stay near the top in 2nd place just shy of 10 million chips, and there’s one woman remaining, Erika Moutinho in 40th place with just over 2 million chips.

The plan for Monday’s Day 7 is play another five levels or down to 18 players, whichever comes first.

Here’s the top ten as we head into Day 7 on Monday:

1 – 12,865,000 – Ryan Lenaghan
2 – 9,980,,000 – Ben Lamb
3 – 7,940,000 – Matt Giannetti
4 – 7,255,000 – Andrew Pateychuk
5 – 7,240,000 – Phil Collins
6 – 7,160,000 – Hilton Laborda
7 – 6,420,000 – Nelson Robinson
8 – 6,295,000 – Tri Huynh
9 – 6,070,000 – Aleksandr Mozhnyakov
10 – 5,970,000 – Bryan Devonshire

Other notable players remaining:

12 – 5,695,000 – Pius Heinz
19 – 3,985,000 – Jerry Van Strydonck
27 – 3,145,000 – Sam Barnhart
38 – 2,195,000 – Erick Lindgren
40 – 2,075,000 – Erika Moutinho
42 – 1,985,000 – David Bach

2011 WSOP Main Event Numbers

  • Total Entrants: 6,865
  • Players Remaining: 57
  • Prize Pool: $64,531,000
  • First Place Prize: $8,711,956

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