Tuesday marks the 7th day of play for the 2015 WSOP Main Event. The 6,420 field of hopeful bracelet winners has been played down to the final 27. Among those are one of the most popular and outspoken poker players, Daniel Negreanu. He has worked his way into 9th place. If Negreanu goes on to win the Main Event, it would be his 7th win in the WSOP.
Countries: There are 18 poker players from the U.S., 4 from Germany, and 1 from Israel, Canada, Belgium, Italy, and the U.K.
Here’s the chip counts prior to the start of play on Day 7.
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1,Thomas Kearney,14\,400\,000,United States
2,Mozheng Guan,14\,230\,000,United States
3,Erasmus Morfe,12\,085\,000,United States
4,Joseph McKeehen,11\,975\,000,United States
5,Mario Sequeira,11\,685\,000,United States
6,David Stefanski,11\,485\,000,United States
10,Justin Schwartz,7\,510\,000,United States
11,Patrick Chan,7\,400\,000,United States
13,Thomas Cannuli,6\,220\,000,United States
14,John Hinds,6\,210\,000,United States
16,Chad Power,5\,300\,000,United States
17,Blake Bohn,5\,000\,000,United States
20,Neil Blumenfield,4\,315\,000,United States
21,Christoph Brand,4\,120\,000,United States
22,Joshua Beckley,3\,745\,000,United States
23,James Magner,3\,500\,000,United States
24,Max Steinberg,3\,290\,000,United States
26,George McDonald,2\,875\,000,United Kingdom
27,David Peters (CA),2\,100\,000,United States