2010 WSOP Update: Robert Mizrachi Leads Player’s Championship Final Table

The Brothers Mizrachi have frequently shown the nuts on their march to the $50k Player's Championship final table.

We more or less took Memorial Day off (gotta rewatch this & this), but here’s a brief recap on the latest 2010 WSOP happenings.

:: Event #2 ($50,000 Player’s Championship) – The obviously huge story here is that both Brothers Mizrachi have made the final table. Does ESPN give their IRS troubles any air-time during the player feature profiles? Robert is the chip leader stacked at 3,125,000. David Baker is second overall with 3,095,000. The best twitter account name in poker, LuckboxJuanda‘s John Juanda, is third with 2,620,000. Feels like Juanda should win this one. The Grinder is fifth, stacked at 2,175,000. Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #3 ($1,000 NLH) – A total of 41 remain in the donkament. Drew Crawford is chip leader, stacked at 800,000. Notables remaining include Eric Baldwin (479,000) and Nikunj Gandhi (177,000) simply cause we like his name. Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #4 ($1,500 Omaha 8oB) – Sasha Rosewood (not a woman) is big stacked at 399,000 with 26 remaining. He’s followed by WSOP bracelet winner Anthony Reategui (317,000). Other notables remaining include Dan Heimiller, a ginger (211,000), Shawn Buchanan (181,000), Ylon Schwartz! (166,000), Jeff Madsen (148,000), David Bach (107,000), and Huck Seed (57,000). Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #5 ($1,500 NLH) – Aaaaaand 2,092 entered with 223 remaining. Pokerati man-crush Dwyte Pilgrim is second overall with 202,000. Get full chip counts here.

 

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