There are only 35 left in the 2022 WSOP Main Event and we have lost the defending champion Koray Aldemir and Rapstar Papo MC. Chip leader is Jeffrey Farnes from the USA and Espen Uhlen Jorstad aka Uhlenpoker is in the Top 10.
Facts and Figures 2022 WSOP Main Event
- Buy-in: $10,000
- Players: 35 left of 8,663
- Prize Pool: $80,782,475
- First Prize: $10,000,000
- Average: 4,225,854
Jeffrey Farnes chip leader with 35 left
US pro Jeffrey Farnes took over the chip lead on Day 6 of the 2022 WSOP Main Event with only 123 left with 37,825,000 chips , followed closely by his fellow countryman Brian Kim (33,000,000) and Philippe Souki from the UK (32,475,000).
All of the remaining 35 player have already secured themselves a staggering $262,300, but the big money is up top with an incredible $10,000,000 first prize.
Defending Champ Koray Aldemir and Argentinian Rapstar Papo MC Busto and Defending Champ Koray Aldemir
The dream of the title defense for Koray Aldemir is over. However, it was a very impressive run by the young German, who finished in 75th place out of 8,663 players for $101,700.
Even better did PokerStars ambassador and Rapstar Papo MC, who also made the final table last year.
Lococo remained in the Top 10 for the majority of Day 6, but then was caught bluffing and lost a big preflop All-in with Pocket Tens against AQo from Jeffrey Farnes, when the board didn’t bring any help.
Great showing by the Argentinian Rapstar, who cashed for $214,200 and has now crossed the $2,000,000 mark in live winnings.
Watch 2022 WSOP Main Event Day 6 here:
Chip Counts 2022 WSOP Main Event after Day 6:
- Get the best rakeback deals
- View all poker strategy articles
- View the latest poker news
- Watch more poker videos
- Get the biggest poker bonus
- Watch the best Twitch Poker streamers
Terms and conditions apply. New customer offer and 18+ only. Should you require help regarding your betting pattern, please visit www.begambleaware.org