2010 WSOP Update: Matusow Leads TOC, Eskeland Wins Mixed Bracelet

David Sklansky shows up with a different chick at the WSOP just about every day, although this isn't one of them.

With the 2010 WSOP Main Event just a week away, things are really heating up at the Rio. More people, girls, action, and even etc. Big event today with the $25,000 NLH Six-Handed kicking off.

At the end of the post, we have a Girls of the Donkament gallery, since there are better girls on the felt than the rail this year.

Here’s the latest.

:: Event #47 ($1,000 NLH) – The massive field of 3,128 is down to 33. Manuel Davidian is the chip leader, stacked at 889,000. Owen Crowe is math math math fourth overall with 607,000. Also remaining, albeit among the short-stacks, is previous 2010 WSOP donkamentTM winner Scott Montgomery with 151,000. Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #48 ($2,500 Mixed) – Norwary’s Sigurd Eskeland takes this one, defeating Steve Sung heads-up for the title. For the win, Eskeland banks $260,497 and his first bracelet. Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #49 ($1,500 NLH) – A total of 2,543 played down to 315. Get non-full chip counts here.

:: Event #50 ($5,000 PLO) – The last event of the day brought in 460 and played down to 207. November Niner Kevin Schaffel leads this one, stacked at 178,900. Of the holy triumvirate, Phil Ivey has 45,000 and Phil Hellmuth is stacked at 29,900. Get full chip counts here.

And in the Tournament of Champions, Mike Matusow ended play as chip leader, stacked at 85,500. He’s followed by Huck Seed with 73,000. There are still 17 remaining. Players come back on Saturday and at this rate will play down to 16. Get full chip counts here.

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