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WSOP H.O.R.S.E. Down to 9 for Day 2

The 2006 World Series of Poker (WSOP) $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. tournament is arguably the truest test of endurance for the high roller poker pros, the ultimate test of gumption and skill. The H.O.R.S.E. play started off with 127 players on Day 1, and 19 hours of grueling play later, the number dwindled down from the hundreds to a mere 9.

The 9 all-star players that were left had a total of 27 WSOP bracelets between them, and 116 final table appearances. The legendary Doyle Brunson is among the elite few and he is looking to become the first player in the WSOP to score his 11th bracelet at the conclusion of the tournament.

Patrik Antonius, Jim Bechtel, Andy Bloch, T.J. Cloutier, Phil Ivey, Chip Reese, David Singer and Dewey Tomko joins Brunson in the battle for the H.O.R.S.E. gold bracelet Friday starting at 9 p.m. PST.

Name - Chip Count

1. Chip Reese - $1,756,000 (Two bracelets, 12th WSOP final table) 2. Doyle Brunson - $1,227,000 (10 bracelets, 23rd WSOP final table) 3. Andy Bloch - $934,000 (Fourth WSOP final table) 4. Phil Ivey - $885,000 (Five bracelets, 14th WSOP final table) 5. Jim Bechtel - $841,000 (One bracelet, Seventh WSOP final table) 6. David Singer - $745,000 (Sixth WSOP final table) 7. Dewey Tomko - $438,000 (Three bracelets, 21st WSOP final table) 8. T.J. Cloutier - $351,000 (Six bracelets, 37th WSOP final table) 9. Patrik Antonius $13,000 (First WSOP final table)


Sunday, 13. 2006
Sherry Barlow

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