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WSOPE Main Event Cut Down to 179 from 362

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Sep/29/2008
WSOPE

Poker pro Daniel Negreanu was enjoying early success at this year's World Series of Poker European main event. Negreanu was the second biggest chip leader heading into Day 2.

The Canadian - voted one of Gambling911.com Jenny Woo's Top 10 Sexiest Poker Players of 2008 - has total live tournament winnings exceeding $10,400,000, behind Jamie Gold, Joseph Hachem, and Phil Hellmuth and has the most tournament earnings of any individual who has not won the WSOP Main Event.

Jamie Rosen has career winnings of $131,428 in live tournaments.

Information related to Sunday's chip leader, Justin Smith, was not immediately known.

Here were your Top 10 Chip Leaders:

1. Justin Smith - 158,925

2. Daniel Negreanu - 154,050

3. Jamie Rosen - 139,225

4. David Benefield - 126,775

5. Sargon Ruya - 114,100

6. Eric Sagstrom - 98,750

7. Jean Thorel - 98,675

8. Andy Bloch - 97,100

9. Marco Traniello - 96,750

10. Mikael Norinder - 91,650

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