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  1. [caption width="680"] Robert Mizrachi hunts for his fourth WSOP bracelet in the Stud Championship.[/caption]The 2016 World Series of Poker wrapped up its opening weekend with the Colossus II and the $1,000 Top Up Turbo for the No Limit Hold’em crowd and the Seven Card Stud Championship and the $1,500 Dealers Choice for mixed game junkies. Two events reached the final the table – Stud and Turbo, while the Colussus II heads into Day 3 loaded with talent and the Dealers Choice event returns with the money bubble in mind. Ben Lindenmulder Bags Huge Lead in Colossus II Day 2 of Colos
  2. [caption width="640"] There were 6,869 players who sat behind a Colossus II starting stack on Friday (@jr_plante photo)[/caption] As the 2016 World Series of Poker wrapped up its third day of play, the third and fourth starting flights for Colossus II brought out barely 7,000 more entries bringing the total field in the $565 buy-in event to 12,271 with two more starting flights to come. To break last year’s record for largest live tournament in history, flights E and F will have to bring in a combined 10,103 players – something not out of the realm of possibility given the number of re
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