Day 8 WSOP Sam Holden and Thirteen More Remain

sam-holden-wsop-2011Day 8 WSOP Sam Holden and Thirteen More Remain

22 Players remain as we enter into Day 8 of the World Series of Poker. The November Nine are somewhere in this and at the start of the action on Day 8 the Leaderboard showed the following:

Anton Makievskyi 21,045,000
Eoghan Odea 19,500,000
Khoa Nguyen 16,435,000
Andrey Pateychuk 16,245,000
Ben Lamb 14,690,000
Phil Collins 13,805,000
John Hewitt 13,265,000
Ryan Lenaghan 10,415,000

As it is now, there are are fourteen players remaining after a series of consecutive elimiations. The remaining players are still lead by Anton Makievskyi who has the potential to become the youngest World Series of Poker Main Event Champion. Sam Holden is still in the game far from short stacked and right in the middle of the pack with 10.5 mil. Sam is the last player from England in the tournament and is a native of Canterbury. These are the players that remain:

Anton Makiievskyi 31.9 mil
Eoghan O’Dea 26.4 mil
Pius Heinz 24.9 mil
John Hewitt 19.7 mil
Phil Collins 18.3 mil
Ben Lamb 14.9 mil
Martin Stasko 13.4 mil
Sam Holden 10.5 mil
Matt Giannetti 10.1 mil
Bounahra Badih 9.8 mil
Scott Schwalich 7.8 mil
Bryan Devonshire 7.3 mil
Konstantinos Mamaliadis 7.0 mil
Khoa Nguyen 3.2 mil

July 20, 2011 by : posted in Poker News No Comments