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2018 World Series of Poker Quiz #6: This Is the Main Event!

07-09-2018 4176 responses Top results

While other side events continue to play out, the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event is in full swing and racing toward a big finale this Saturday, July 14.

As it has all summer, the live reporting team continues to provide live updates, chip counts, photos, videos and more from the WSOP here on PokerNews. See how well you've been following coverage from the first few days of the Main Event by taking this quick multiple-choice quiz.

Get six out of eight questions correct to pass the quiz. and afterwards look at the "Top results" to see how you fared. If you are signed in here at PokerNews, your username will appear. You can get a free account by clicking here.

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Question 1

This year’s WSOP Main Event drew the second-biggest field in its 49-year history. How many played?

Question 2

What is the first-place prize for this year’s winner?

Question 3

What is the average age of 2018 WSOP Main Event participants (per the WSOP)?

Question 4

Which player who has made the final table of the Main Event before this year busted on his very first hand when his A-A was cracked by his opponent’s K-K?

Question 5

Which player doubled up from 50,000 to 100,000 on the very first hand of the WSOP Main Event this year?

Question 6

On what day did 2017 WSOP Main Event champion Scott Blumstein bust this year?

Question 7

Phil Ivey decided to play the WSOP Main Event this year. What is Ivey’s highest ever finish in the WSOP Main Event?

Question 8

Who was the first player to 1 million chips in this year’s Main Event?

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