2013 WSOP Main Event Day 6: Tran, Mortensen Surging

This is, believe it or not, the first actual picture of JC Tran we've ever posted.

This is, believe it or not, the first actual picture of JC Tran we’ve ever posted.

The 2013 WSOP Main Event Day 6 is at dinner break. A total of 37 players remain.

The big story for the day (for us) is the return of the spectacularly-breasted JC Tran. Tran, who was the WPT’s Season 5 Player of the Year, is only one of the 20 or so best tournament players in the world. He also has two bracelets. And until today really, he’s practically been an Anonymously Good All-Star at the Main Event. The spectacularly-breasted one though surged today, and enters dinner break third overall with 10,465,000.

Tran trails Harvey Manfringinsin Anton Morgenstern of Germany with 18,950,000.

The other big story of the day is 2001 champ Carlos Mortensen (or “Amigo” to his friends) running up his stack to 6,455,000, good for 11th at dinner break. Top pros have told us over the years that Carlos is probably the best no limit hold’em tournament player of all-time.

Jackie Glazier, a woman, was short-stacked, but doubled up before dinner. She enters the break 22nd overall with 3,730,000.

Steve Gee‘s quest for back-to-back Main Event final tables continues. He’s among the short-stacks with 2,460,000. 

Other notable players include [……….] (8,110,000), bracelet winner Amir Lehavot (6,690,000), WPT winner Mark Newhouse (4,815,000), David Benefield (3,275,000), and bracelet winner Rep Porter (2,140,000).

Get full chip counts here.

 

 

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