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World Series of Poker 2011 Day 1B Eliminations

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jul/09/2011
World Series of Poker 2011 Day 1B Eliminations

World Series of Poker 2011 Day 1B eliminations included the likes Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi, two-time gold bracelet winner Rep Porter, 2011 gold bracelet winner Andre Akkari, two-time gold bracelet winner Eric Froehlich and Justin “BoostedJ” Smith.

985 players each put up $10,000 to enter.

While organizers believe that over 6000 players are likely to attend, thus far the numbers have been significantly off after the first two days of play when comparing to last year.  Several hundred fewer players took part in Day 1B play while the first day was only off by about 200.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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