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Event #57: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Championship

Official Day 5 Chip Counts (full)

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Evan Lamprea 3,564,000 -5,000
Michael Skender 3,527,000 727,000
Joseph Cheong us 3,357,000
Duy Le 3,186,000
Theo Jorgensen dk 3,088,000
Bryn Kenney us 2,902,000
Matt Affleck us 2,896,000
Alexander Kostritsyn ru 2,564,000
Johnny Chan us 2,559,000
Sebastian Panny 2,442,000 1,512,000
Evgeny Shnayder 2,433,000 -67,000
Josh Brikis us 2,306,000 106,000
Ryan Eriquezzo us 2,283,000 383,000
Fokke Beukers nl 2,273,000 173,000
John Racener us 2,270,000 120,000
Soi Nguyen us 2,200,000 530,000
Robert Pisano 2,185,000 365,000
Benjamin Statz 2,154,000 -446,000
Eduardo Parra 2,119,000 489,000
James Fennell 2,011,000 181,000
Randy Dorfman us 1,928,000 178,000
James Carroll us 1,892,000
Martijn Schirp 1,890,000 90,000
Richard Morgan 1,875,000 75,000
Josue Sauvageau 1,866,000 1,406,000

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Day 6 Table Draw

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Table 317
Seat 1: Michael Mizrachi (1793000)
Seat 2: David Peters (961000)
Seat 3: James Manning (891000)
Seat 4: Pascal LeFrancois (758000)
Seat 5: Craig Savage (660000)
Seat 6: Thomas Vinas (1193000)
Seat 7: Ismail Erkenov (686000)
Seat 8: Scott Desveaux (385000)
Seat 9: Matt Harris (1070000)

Table 322
Seat 1: Denis Pisarev (1034000)
Seat 2: Johnny Chan (2559000)
Seat 3: Garrett Beckman (1100000)
Seat 4: Justin Tazelaar (994000)
Seat 5: Marcel Cole (1199000)
Seat 6: Chad Wutke (935000)
Seat 7: Robin Bergren (669000)
Seat 8: Matt Keikoan (254000)
Seat 9: Derek Gibb (1289000)

Table 324
Seat 1: Jim McCrink (1030000)
Seat 2: Jonathan Duhamel (1097000)
Seat 3: --empty--
Seat 4: Matthew Reed (1000000)
Seat 5: Pierre Canali (1827000)
Seat 6: John Racener (2270000)
Seat 7: Filippo Candio (1055000)
Seat 8: John Armbrust (1410000)
Seat 9: Flavio Ferrarizumbini (1042000)

Table 326
Seat 1: Redmond Lee (998000)
Seat 2: Nicolo Calia (275000)
Seat 3: Marius Arnesen (728000)
Seat 4: Guy Thomas (825000)
Seat 5: James Carroll (1892000)
Seat 6: Johnny Lodden (1625000)
Seat 7: Richard Kirsch (300000)
Seat 8: Tony Bracy (238000)
Seat 9: Imari Love (1086000)

Table 328
Seat 1: Michael Pettit (909000)
Seat 2: Rudy Miller (1563000)
Seat 3: Benjamin Statz (2154000)
Seat 4: Michiel Sijpkens (1751000)
Seat 5: Eduardo Parras (2119000)
Seat 6: Paul Kristoffersson (664000)
Seat 7: Jerry Payne (764000)
Seat 8: Gualter Salles (939000)
Seat 9: Benjamin Straate (1310000)

Table 332
Seat 1: Jose Nadal (1122000)
Seat 2: Nicolas Babel (896000)
Seat 3: David Assouline (845000)
Seat 4: Francois Binette (829000)
Seat 5: Alexander Dovzhenko (644000)
Seat 6: Josh Brikis (2306000)
Seat 7: --empty--
Seat 8: Christopher George (808000)
Seat 9: Michal Wywrot (981000)

Table 334
Seat 1: Corey Emery (1221000)
Seat 2: James Fennell (2011000)
Seat 3: Javier Martinez (1494000)
Seat 4: Bryan Pellegrino (805000)
Seat 5: John Dolan (986000)
Seat 6: Todd Brick (1313000)
Seat 7: Dragan Galic (702000)
Seat 8: Scott Clements (1535000)
Seat 9: Sergey Rybachenko (957000)

Table 336
Seat 1: Christopher Bolt (661000)
Seat 2: Todd Witteles (380000)
Seat 3: Manig Loeser (517000)
Seat 4: John May (1805000)
Seat 5: --empty--
Seat 6: Tristan Wade (1230000)
Seat 7: Trevor Roberts (415000)
Seat 8: Jason Senti (1005000)
Seat 9: Andrey Danilyuk (160000)

Table 338
Seat 1: --empty--
Seat 2: Phil Galfond (1025000)
Seat 3: Dan Lu (1160000)
Seat 4: Jakob Toestesen (775000)
Seat 5: Brock Bourne (1190000)
Seat 6: Kristijonas Andrulis (619000)
Seat 7: Josue Sauvageau (1866000)
Seat 8: Matthew Schreiber (1286000)
Seat 9: Ronnie Bardah (1475000)

Table 341
Seat 1: Arie Kliper (1488000)
Seat 2: Marcelo Dabus (931000)
Seat 3: Jacob Tyler (1393000)
Seat 4: Matthew Bucaric (1630000)
Seat 5: Luis Ubierna (811000)
Seat 6: Vazgen Terpogosyan (1388000)
Seat 7: Joseph Cheong (3357000)
Seat 8: --empty--
Seat 9: Gianluca Speranza (454000)

Table 343
Seat 1: --empty--
Seat 2: Theo Jorgensen (3088000)
Seat 3: Francis Cagney (397000)
Seat 4: Blake Kelso (199000)
Seat 5: Habib Khanis (1865000)
Seat 6: Neil Tyler (1345000)
Seat 7: Jeffrey Rothstein (563000)
Seat 8: JP Kelly (1474000)
Seat 9: Diogo Borges (846000)

Table 347
Seat 1: David Baker (951000)
Seat 2: Andrew Brokos (1223000)
Seat 3: Eric Baldwin (292000)
Seat 4: Russell Rosenblum (152000)
Seat 5: Brian Jensen (521000)
Seat 6: Rafael Sansrodrigo (440000)
Seat 7: Breeze Zuckerman (738000)
Seat 8: Paul Evans (305000)
Seat 9: Adam Levy (1147000)

Table 349
Seat 1: Lauri Eramaja (1272000)
Seat 2: Alexander Kostritsyn (2564000)
Seat 3: Gary Dishongh (1588000)
Seat 4: Anthony Meeker (271000)
Seat 5: Patrick Hartnett (469000)
Seat 6: Mozheng Guan (585000)
Seat 7: Michael Maitre (574000)
Seat 8: Edward Ochana (1330000)
Seat 9: Javed Abrahams (1005000)

Table 351
Seat 1: Daniel Chamberlain (1645000)
Seat 2: Gabriel Nassif (611000)
Seat 3: Matt Affleck (2896000)
Seat 4: Christian Harder (1263000)
Seat 5: Brandon Steven (610000)
Seat 6: Jordan Siegel (641000)
Seat 7: Nicholas Rainey (953000)
Seat 8: Gary Kostiuk (324000)
Seat 9: Jared Ingles (1000000)

Table 353
Seat 1: Jonathan Driscoll (1757000)
Seat 2: Manuel Davidian (1645000)
Seat 3: Robert Pisano (2185000)
Seat 4: Robert Mizrachi (224000)
Seat 5: Theo Tran (322000)
Seat 6: Randall Tagawa (926000)
Seat 7: Henrik Tollefsen (627000)
Seat 8: Steven Norden (242000)
Seat 9: --empty--

Table 357
Seat 1: Meenaskshi Subramaniam (972000)
Seat 2: Paulo Figueiredo (621000)
Seat 3: Hasan Habib (266600)
Seat 4: Bojan Gledovic (1000000)
Seat 5: Jeff Banghart (1475000)
Seat 6: Bryn Kenney (2902000)
Seat 7: Paul Dlugozima (332000)
Seat 8: Vern Keller (882000)
Seat 9: Matthew Berkey (1750000)

Table 359
Seat 1: Gianni Direnzo (1021000)
Seat 2: Sebastian Panny (2442000)
Seat 3: Michael Ferguson (744000)
Seat 4: Matthew Jarvis (1211000)
Seat 5: Adam Kagin (245000)
Seat 6: David Liu (413000)
Seat 7: Gabriel Alarie (1727000)
Seat 8: Juliocesar Saavedra (278000)
Seat 9: Fokke Beukers (2273000)

Table 361
Seat 1: Randy Dorfman (1928000)
Seat 2: Olivier Daeninckx (768000)
Seat 3: Duy Le (3186000)
Seat 4: David Villiard (248000)
Seat 5: Peter Jetten (1495000)
Seat 6: Getty Mattingsley (1186000)
Seat 7: --empty--
Seat 8: Bill Melvin (592000)
Seat 9: Vladislav Varlashin (940000)

Table 363
Seat 1: Brandon Wong (335000)
Seat 2: Jean Pasqualini (736000)
Seat 3: Gabe Costner (815000)
Seat 4: Ken Evanowski (334000)
Seat 5: Kevin Stani (198000)
Seat 6: Matthew Pearson (462000)
Seat 7: Jacobo Fernandez (1412000)
Seat 8: Greg Schaefer (708000)
Seat 9: Mads Wissing (1401000)

Table 367
Seat 1: Desmond Portano (357000)
Seat 2: Damien Luis (1736000)
Seat 3: Richard Morgan (1875000)
Seat 4: Martijn Schirp (1890000)
Seat 5: William Thorson (1607000)
Seat 6: Pejmanpatric Eskandar (1750000)
Seat 7: Jamie Brown (832000)
Seat 8: Thomas Denny (542000)
Seat 9: Joshua Seigel (770000)

Table 369
Seat 1: Tomer Berda (386000)
Seat 2: Niklas Toorell (465000)
Seat 3: Michael Skender (3527000)
Seat 4: Jameson Singer (276000)
Seat 5: Juha Helppi (555000)
Seat 6: Joachim Hein (276000)
Seat 7: Mark Meloche (987000)
Seat 8: Jesse Martin (912000)
Seat 9: Evgeny Shnayder (2433000)

Table 370
Seat 1: Karga Holt (1070000)
Seat 2: Binh Nguyen (782000)
Seat 3: Jean-Robert Bellande (946000)
Seat 4: --empty--
Seat 5: Jesper Hougaard (289000)
Seat 6: --empty--
Seat 7: Alan Neubauer (401000)
Seat 8: Claudio Baptista (253000)
Seat 9: Farshad Fardad (982000)

Table 372
Seat 1: Charles Norris (549000)
Seat 2: Tony Dunst (327000)
Seat 3: Joshua Norris (556000)
Seat 4: Ian Gordon (1607000)
Seat 5: Daan Slutter (397000)
Seat 6: Dag Palovic (1796000)
Seat 7: Adam Etter (830000)
Seat 8: Brian Horton (717000)
Seat 9: Ryan Eriquezzo (2283000)

Table 374
Seat 1: Evan Dahl (545000)
Seat 2: --empty--
Seat 3: Jimmy Tran (452000)
Seat 4: Joel Benzinou (629000)
Seat 5: Jeffrey Fielder (397000)
Seat 6: Cuong Nguyen (2200000)
Seat 7: Evan Lamprea (3564000)
Seat 8: David Benyamine (353000)
Seat 9: Pavel Milanov (710000)

Event #57: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Championship
Day 5 Completed

Day 5 Comes to a Close

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Evan Lamprea
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Just about 12 hours ago, 574 hopefuls walked into the Amazon Room at the Rio looking to continue their quest to become to 2010 WSOP Main Event Champion. Over 60% of the field fell short of their ultimate goal, but all walked away with some cash in hand as the money bubble burst last night.

Heading the pack was Tony Dunst. He came dressed to impress as always ready to command his field-leading stack. Things didn't go as planned for Dunst. The horseshoe he claimed to have "lodged up his ass" the past two days must have fallen out. Dunst lost a few flips throughout the day and some other things didn't just go right which caused him to wrap up the day with just 327,000 in chips.

Joining him for Day 6 will be plenty of notable players. Eric Baldwin, Theo Tran, Scott Clements and Alexander Kostritsyn are all moving on. Phil Galfond, William Thorson, Johnny Lodden, David Benyamine, Jean-Robert Bellande and Binh Nguyen also remain. If none of those names draw your attention, this next one will.

Johnny Chan is still alive and doing quite well with 2,559,000 in chips. Chan won back-to-back titles in 1987 and 1988 making this a chance for number three. It's still a long shot for Chan to grab that third title, but he's playing more and more solid the deeper he goes. With that mountain of chips he's behind, who knows how deep this run will go.

Although two of the Mizrachi brothers busted out after all four of them made the money, Robert and Michael still remain. Earlier in the Series, Robert and Michael both made the final table of the $50,000 Player's Championship which Michael eventually went on to win. Going deep again in this Main Event with such a massive field is quite the accomplishment in itself and they both are 100% up for the task. When asked about how he felt about making it this deep with his brother, Michael responded by saying, "It's very exciting. I'm very excited and hope Rob makes the final table." He also added that he'd like to be the first player to capture both the Player's Championship and the Main Event. "I think it'd be the greatest accomplishment in poker history," he finished.

On top of that amazing story of the Mizrachi brothers, Gualter Salles is still alive after getting knocked all the way down to just one chip. He managed to run that single chip up to 939,000 by the end of the day and will return tomorrow to try and continue this amazing chip-and-a-chair story.

When the day ended, 205 players remained with Evan Lamprea on the top of the leaderboard. He bagged up 3,564,000 in chips. Coming in behind him are Michael Skender (3,527,000), Joseph Cheong (3,357,000), Duy Le (3,186,000), Theo Jorgensen (3,088,000) and Bryn Kenney (2,902,000).

Day 6 begins Thursday at 12:00 noon as the quest continues. We'll see you right back here on PokerNews for all the live updates!

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Mike Souza cashed in the WSOP Main Event in 2006, 2007, and 2008. He's done it again in 2010 but won't make Day 6. He moved all in pre-flop with pocket nines and was called by a player with {a-}{10-}. An ace on the turn sealed Souza's fate.

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