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2011 WSOP Main Event Day 7 - Kelly and Devonshire Contend and More November Nine Predictions

19 July 2011, By: compncards
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Devo Main Event 430x241

Day 7 of the 2011 WSOP Main Event is currently at the dinner break. The day started with 57 players and the field has been shrunk to 32 already.

Among those knocked out so far are Erick Lindgren, Tony Hachem, Sebastien Ruthenberg, David Bach, and Guillaume Darcout.

A new chip leader has emerged as Matt Giannetti is in the top spot with 14.36 million. Ryan Lenaghan started the day as chip leader and sits 2nd in chips at present with 13.825 million. Ben Lamb is currently third with 13 million.

Two big names still alive in the event, and both in the top 10 in chips, are JP Kelly and Bryan Devonshire.

They are the focus of my "who to watch" as we work our way to the final three tables.

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  • poker chips 26/07/2011 1:10pm (7 years ago)

    Hi

    19.7 million: Bounahra is a true amateur players left on the field. In normal life, is a gambling hall in Belize, which probably gives you a foot in your average amateur player.
    Thanks