2010 WSOP Main Event Should Break 7,000 Entrants

"Nothing like piling on old pancakes and syrup after a night of beer drinking."

Day 1C of the 2010 WSOP Main Event brought in 2,314 entrants, meaning math math math 4,928 have played so far.

With that in mind, busting through 7,000 total entrants shouldn’t be difficult (and possibly a $10M+ first place prize?).

If the numbers hold, this would be the most played in Main Event since 2006, and around a 258% increase over last year.

Nearing the end of Day 1C play, chip leaders include Barney Boatman, Johnny Chan (ugh), Robert Mizrachi, and Hoyt Corkins.

Among the departed so far are Phil Hellmuth, Jeff Madsen, Shaun Deeb, and Huck Seed.

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