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Updated: 18th July 2011 Written by / Poker News

2011 WSOP Day 6 comes to an end with only 57 players remaining of the 6,865 registered for the Main Event. Day 7 starts this Monday with coverage being broadcast on ESPN2 between 7-11 pm.

There are only two more days remaining until the November Nine are announced, the 2011 WSOP Final Table will continue on 5th November where the winning player will earn the most respected trophy in poker, a World Series of Poker bracelet and $8,711,956 of the prize pool.

The current Chip Leader is Ryan Lenaghan with more than 12 million chips going in to Day 7.

2011 WSOP Main Event Results Day 6

Only 57 players remain in the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event with a few pros left surviving day 6 which began with 148 players. All players remaining are guaranteed at least $130,000 if they bust out on Day 7, play will continue until the final table which consists of 9 players known as the November Nine.

Erika Moutinho is the Last Woman standing and will continue on to day 7 with more than 2 million chips. Joseph Cheong, 2010 WSOP November Nine was eliminated in 114th place on Day six.

Poker pros still remaining in this years Main Event include:  Bryan Devonshire, JP Kelly, David Sands, Tony Hachem, Erick Lindgren and David Bach.

WSOP Player of the Year has changed from Phil Hellmuth to Ben Lamb who is now ahead in points because of his current position in the Main Event. Looks like Hellmuth with have to settle for 2nd place for the fourth time.

Two of the remaining players Jody Howe & Nicolas Fierro won their seats from Party Poker qualifiers.

WSOP Results Day 7 Chip Count

 Position  Name  Chip Stack  Country
 1  Ryan Lenaghan  12,865,000  United States
 2  Ben Lamb  9,980,000  United States
 3  Matt Giannetti  7,940,000  United States
 4  Andrey Pateychuk  7,255,000  Russia
 5  Phil Collins  7,240,000  United States
 6  Hilton Laborda  7,160,000  Brazil
 7  Nelson Robinson  6,420,000  United States
 8  Tri Huynh  6,295,000  Canada
 9  Aleksandr Mozhnyakov  6,070,000  Russia
 10  Bryan Devonshire  5,970,000  United States
 11  Kyle Johnson  5,970,000  Canada
 12  Pius Heinz  5,695,000  Germany
 13  Guillaume Darcourt  5,340,000  France
 14  Christopher Moore  5,260,000  United States
 15  Konstantinos Mamaliadis  5,065,000  South Africa
 16  John Hewitt  5,045,000  United States
 17  James Page  4,045,000  United States
 18  Andrew Hinrichsen  4,025,000  Austria
 19  Jerry Van Strydonck  3,985,000  United States
 20  Nicolas Fierro  3,800,000  Chile
 21  JP Kelly  3,750,000  United Kingdom
 22  Per Linde  3,750,000  Sweden
 23  Khoa Nguyen  3,530,000  Canada
 24  Tom Koral  3,390,000  United States
 25  Ahtoh Makiievskyi  3,385,000  United Kingdom
 26  Lars Bonding  3,370,000  United States
 27  Sam Barnhart  3,145,000  United States
 28  Scott Schwalich  2,940,000  United States
 29  David Sands  2,765,000  United States
 30  Gregory Kaplan  2,760,000  United States
 31  Stephane Albertini  2,635,000  France
 32  Stuart Tuvey  2,585,000  United States
 33  Martin Staszko  2,550,000  Czech Republic
 34  Eoghan Odea  2,535,000  Canada
 35  Andrew Brokos  2,505,000  United States
 36  Tony Hachem  2,250,000  Australia
 37  Samuel Holden  2,220,000  United Kingdom
 38  Erick Lindgren  2,195,000  United States
 39  Fabio Sousa  2,150,000  Brazil
 40  Erika Moutinho  2,075,000  United States
 41  Philipp Gruissem  2,005,000  United States
 42  David Bach  1,985,000  United States
 43  Feming Chan  1,955,000  United States
 44  Bounahra Badih  1,860,000  United States
 45  Steve Brecher  1,805,000  United States
 46  Mario Silvestri  1,725,000  United States
 47  Gionni Demers  1,625,000  United States
 48  Stefan Huber  1,469,000  Switzerland
 49  Matthew Kay  1,295,000  Canada
 50  Zohair Karim  1,240,000  United States
 51  Kenny Shih  1,240,000  United States
 52  Frank Sinopoli  1,105,000  United States
 53  Ruben Visser  1,070,000  Netherlands
 54  Jody Howe  1,065,000  Canada
 55  Canada  1,000,000  United States
 56  Minh Nguyen  1,000,000  United States
 57  Sebastian Ruthenberg  890,000  United Kingdom

The remaining players from Day 6 will play Day 7 (18 July)
The remaining 27 players from Day 7 will play Day 8 (19 July) play will continue until only 9 players remain.

The 2011 WSOP November Nine will return on 5 November for the 2011 WSOP Main Event final table.

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