Thursday July 11, 2019 at 9:34 pm

The 2019 WSOP Main Event played down to 106 entrants on Day 5. Tim Su bagged the chip lead with 19.2 million. Also still alive are Sam Greenwood, Antonio Esfandiari, Romain Lewis, Chad Power, and Chris Hunichen. Among the notables to bust on Day 5 were Andrew Brokos, Chainsaw Kessler, Danielle Anderson, former NFL player Richard Seymour, Chance Kornuth, Adam Friedman, Galen Hall, Todd Brunson and Todd Wittles.

And then there were 106. The 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event is almost under 100 players after five days of action, which is baffling to think that the second-largest field in history, or 8,569 players worth, started the Main Event and 8,463 players were already eliminated. Out of the 106 players that advanced to Day 6, one of them will become the next world champion and win $10 million. For the other 105 players, it will be nothing short of heartache and restless nights thinking about what could have been.

Along the way, the Main Event lost several notable players including Chainsaw Kessler, Mike the Mouth, Danielle Anderson, Galen Hall, Todd Brunson, Andrew Brokos, and former NFL player and Super Bowl Champion Richard Seymour.

Event #73 $10,000 Main Event Championship - Day 5 Results

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Romain Lewis (Pic courtesy of Winamax)

The 2019 WSOP Main Event Day 5 started with 354 and the field whittled down to 106.

Jill Bryant became the last female player standing before her run ended in 116th place late on Day 5.

Tim Sui is the chip leader with 19.6 million of a monster stack and 106 players left in the hunt. Sam Greenwood is right behind Sui in second place with 11.9M.

Rounding out the top 5 are... Duey Dong ($11.7 million), Warwick Mirzikian (11.4 million), and Luke Graham ($11.2 million).

French pro Romain Lewis bagged 10.6 million, which was good enough for 8th overall. He's the top Frenchie remaining in the Main Event.

Also surviving he 2019 WSOP Main Event Day 5 included... Chad Power, Chris Hnichen, Antonio Esfandiari, Garry Gates, Ryan Yu, Alex Winter, Alan Goehring, Jeff Madsen, Alex Foxen, Jake Schindler, and Dario Sammartino.

Among the notables who busted in the Main Event on Day 5 included.... Brian Yoon (111th), Andrew Brokos (125th), Todd Wittles (128th), Richard Seymour (131st), Ali Eslami (140th), Scott Bohlman (146th), Adam Friedman (150th), Nick Rampone (167th), Chance Kornuth (184th), Todd Brunson (191st), Mike Matusow (199th), Jon Turner (203rd), Matt Glantz (205th), Ralph Perry (208th), Joe Cheong (209th), Matt Stout (217th), Chris Wallace (225th), Aaron Been (231st), Galen Hall (246th), Olivier Busquet (259th), Bart Lybaert (286th), Danielle Andersen (301st), James Mackey (306th), Max Silver (310th), Chainsaw Kessler (320th), E-fRo (331st), Jackie Burkhart (336th), and Jesper Hoog (343rd).

2019 WSOP - Main Event Championship

Entrants: 8,569

Remaining: 106

 

Top 10 Chips:

1. Timothy Su 19,235,000

2. Sam Greenwood 11,950,000

3. Duey Duong 11,765,000

4. Warwick Mirzikinian 11,340,000

5. Luke Graham 11,280,000

6. Nicholas Marchington 10,853,000

7. Milos Skrbic 10,715,000

8. Romain Lewis 10,600,000

9. Laurids Nielsen 9,955,000

10. Ian Pelz 9,635,000

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