WCGRider, paulgees81, CrownUpGuy Make WSOP $10K Six-Max Final 12

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Wow. If you’re looking for a World Series of Poker tournament packed with talent, check out the $10,000 No Limit Hold’em Six-Max event, which is down to its final two tables. Nosebleed-stakes cash game player Doug WCGRiderPolk is atop the field with a stack of 1.4 million, one of two players who bagged seven-figures.

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There are several brand name PocketFivers left. In fact, two former #1 playerscan be found in third and fourth: Paul paulgees81Volpe (pictured) and Fedor CrownUpGuy Holz, who have 896,000 and 841,000, respectively. Volpe has $5.1 million in career online tournament winnings and was last ranked #1 on PocketFives in 2011.

Volpe won a bracelet last yearin a $10,000 NL 2-7 Draw Lowball event and was the runner-up to Shaun Deebin a $10K PLHE event this year. Holz, who has deactivated his PocketFives profile, was ranked #1 on PocketFives in March.

Sam Pudge714Greenwood, who won a braceletlast week in a $1,000 No Limit Hold’em event, is in seventh place with 455,000. Greenwood has had success in daily fantasy sports as well, winning $100,000in a tournament on the daily fantasy sports site DraftKings.

Chris SLOPPYKLOD Klodnicki (pictured) is in eighth. He has cashed for $2.5 million in online MTTs and will record his first in the money finish of the 2015 WSOP.

Two behind Klodnicki on the leaderboard is Olivier livb112Busquet, who made waves over the weekend after calling out Phil Hellmuth for thanking his sponsorsduring his bracelet acceptance speech. Then, an image of a smiling Busquet rocking Full Tilt gear surfaced, which put an end to much of the debate.

Finally, Mark AceSpadesRadoja is the short stack with 143,000 in chips. He’s a two-time bracelet winner with heads-upand shootout titles.

Here’s how the leaderboard looks with 12 remaining. When play stopped, the price of poker was 5,000-10,000-1,000:

1. Doug Polk – 1,443,000
2. Kenneth Fishman – 1,200,000
3. Paul paulgees81Volpe – 896,000
4. Fedor CrownUpGuyHolz – 841,000
5. Kevin Song – 661,000
6. Byron Kaverman – 580,000
7. Sam Pudge714Greenwood – 455,000
8. Chris SLOPPYKLODKlodnicki – 434,000
9. Fernando Brito – 419,000
10. Olivier livb112Busquet – 403,000
11. Thomas Muehloecker – 254,000
12. Mark AceSpadesRadoja – 143,000

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