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WSOPE 2011 Day 2 Chip Leaders

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Oct/18/2011
WSOPE 2011 Day 2 Chip Leaders

The World Series of Poker Europe 2011 Main Event Day 2 is history.  Here are your Day 2 chip leaders:

1 Constant Rijkenberg – 462,800
2 Hoyt Corkins – 429,900
3 Rifat Palevic – 353,500
4 Jake Cody  – 323,200
5 Giuseppe Sammartino – 305,900
6 Tom Bedell – 301,900
7 Andy Moseley – 301,400
8 Hyacinthe Bonnin – 296,000
9 Erik Seidel – 291,900
10 Shawn Buchanan – 291,400

Most notably on this list is the winningest poker player of all time currently, Erik Seidel.

The 2011 WSOPE Main Event has shattered all records for attendance.  There were 593 Main Event entries, which is up 63 percent from the previous high of 2008.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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