Last week we learned that the 6,865 players who entered this year's World Series of Poker Main Event came from 85 different countries. And with 40 players left, 14 countries still have representatives with a chance to claim the bracelet.
Looking through the WSOP's official designations of nationality for the final 40, the United States is the most represented country with 22 players still remaining. Canada has three players still in, and Germany, Russia, and United Kingdom have two each. And Australia, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, France, South Africa, and Ukraine each have one player left as well.
(In actuality, more than 14 countries are represented among the group as at least a couple of the WSOP's designations don't reflect players' generally recognized nationalities.)