WSOP $10K Main Event Day 6: Wrap Up & More

Just four tables remain. Yes, after six full days of poker, the massive field of 6,650 entrants has been whittled down to a mere 36 players.

Each survivor has played hundreds of hands, won massive pots, been dealt almost every combination of starting hand possible, is probably mentally and physically exhausted – but remains in with a shot of becoming the 2021 WSOP Main Event champion!

Hye Park of New Jersey, USA is the tournament leader, with an almost unbelievable 29,500,000 chips; remember that each player started off with just 60,000! The average stack stands at just over 11 million and all remaining players are now guaranteed at least $198,500 when their races are run.

How Are The GGPoker Players Doing?

So, at start of play eight GGPoker players were amongst the 96-strong field – just two poker superstars remain waving the GGPoker flag!

Sean Ragozzini

Sean Ragozzini

Sean finished the day with 13,435,000 in chips, putting him in 13th place overall. He qualified for the WSOP Main Event at GGPoker, and we caught up with him earlier in the day to get his thoughts on how it was going:

Vasu Amarapu

Vasu Amarapu

Vasu is another ClubGG alum, and finished up with 10,290,00 in chips, which places him in 18th position going into Day 7.

We also spoke to Vasu earlier today, and were thrilled to hear what he had to say – “the best thing that ever happened in my life” – that’s the magic of poker!

The very best of luck to these two legends – already champions in our eyes – for Day 7, and a heartfelt ‘Well Done!‘ to all GGPoker players that took part in the WSOP Main Event, following your journeys has been a privilege 🙂