A total of 13 players still remain as one of the toughest tournaments of the World Series of Poker, the Event #32: Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Championship, heads into its final day. None other than Max Silver, 2011 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event eighth-place finisher, leads the way followed by an array of top players.
Hiren Patel sits in second place, and he's looking for his second final table this summer after finishing seventh in one of the $1,500 events. Joe Cada, the 2009 WSOP Main Event champion, sits in third and he will be more focused than ever on winning his second bracelet after finishing in the top four of three events over the last two summers in Las Vegas.
Today's other contenders include former November Niners JC Tran and Jeremy Ausmus, two-time bracelet winners Scott Clements and Erick Lindgren, six-time bracelet winner Layne Flack, and the winner of last week's $10,000 Razz Championship, George Danzer.
Martin Jacobson ($4.7 million in career earnings), Lee Markholt ($3.7 million), Dario Sammartino ($938K), and Kyle White ($81K) are also among the players still alive for the gold as we head into the final day.
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