The World Series of Poker Event #42: $10,000 Six Max No Limit Hold’em Championship attracted 332 of some of the best players on the planet. Two days of action wasn’t enough to trim the field for a stream-ready final table of six with 24 players returning to Day 3. Leading the field is Charlie Carrell with 1.5 million and the exclusive PokerGO live stream picks up the action at 5 pm PT (8pm ET) regardless if the field reached a final six players or not.
Carrell leads a group of five players with seven-figure chip counts – Albert Daher, Chi Zhang, Tommy Chen and Dmitry Yurasov. While Connor Drinan, Amit Makhija, Dario Sammartino and Eric Wasserson return with closer to average stacks.
Amit Makhija is still looking for his first bracelet in 30 WSOP cashes. (Photo: PokerPhotoArchive.com)
Tyler von Kridgenbergh, Thomas Muehloecker and Kristen Bicknell return with work to do to survive the day as they are on the lower half of the leader board.
Recent partypoker Team Pro Kristen Bicknell would like to win a bracelet for her new sponsor. (Photo: PokerPhotoArchive.com)
Dan Smith, Elio Fox, Timothy Adams, Ben Yu, Sam Trickett and Ranier Kempe cashed in the event but did survive Day 2.
The PokerGO stream is scheduled to go live three hours into play, whether or not, there is a final table. Each player at the start has $25,139 locked up but with all players at the final table earning six-figures*, there will be action.
*Sixth place is technically $96,823
Cards hit the air at 2 pm PT for the restart, so fans of PokerGO fans on the East Coast might want to put on a pot of coffee for tonight’s action where the bracelet is worth $775,923.
Top Ten Chip Counts
1. Charlie Carrel – 1,500,000
2. Albert Daher – 1,418,000
3. Chi Zhang – 1,347,000
4. Tommy Chen – 1,191,000
5. Dmitry Yurasov – 1,111,000
6. Xixiang Luo – 921,000
7. Ivan Deyra – 877,000
8. Connor Drinan – 822,000
9. Amit Makhija – 772,000
10. Dario Sammartino – 755,000