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WSOP Main Event Day Six

, 2005-07-15, by TwoGun

Heading into Binion's Horseshoe were several well-known poker players. Greg Raymer,
2004 WSOP champion, possessed a mid-sized stack. However, within several hours of
play during day six, he busted out of the tournament. Placing 25th, he took home
$304,680.

Poker hot-shot Phil Ivey was also eliminated today. At the end of Day Five, Ivey
possessed a very large stack, second only to Mike Matusow. However, this year was
not Ivey's year to win the Big One, and he busted out in 20th place. Like Raymer,
his efforts awarded him $304,680.

Mike "The Mouth" Matusow is still in the tournament, with the fourth largest chip
stack. The largest chip stack at the final table is held by Andrew Black, who
possesses a little under 14 million chips.

Players from four different countries are represented at the final table, including
the Ireland, Australia, Sweden, and the United States.

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