Event #15: $1,500 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em
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Jeremy Malod Leads Final 8 of Event #15: $1,500 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em

Tboss • Nivo 27: 40,000-80,000, 80,000 ante
Jeremy Malod

Day 2 of Event #15: $1,500 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em has concluded and Jeremy Malod bagged up the top stack with a total of 7,570,000 chips.

Malod made it to the final three tables with a stack of 1,900,000 when blinds were 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 big blind ante. He managed to continue increasing his chip stack, and eliminated Liran Betito when his pocket aces held. By the time there were only 12 players left, Malod had become the second-largest stack in the tournament with a whopping 4,300,000 in chips.

Following closely behind him is Bradley Jansen with 6,075,000 in chips. Jansen has already cashed at the 2021 World Series of Poker in Event #13: $3,000 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em for $4,840. He is now looking to take home his first WSOP gold bracelet.

Event #15: $1,500 6-Handed NLHE Final Day Seat Draw & Chip Counts

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Amazon12Ryan AndradaUnited States4,495,00045
Amazon13Ryan PedigoUnited States4,270,00043
Amazon14Jeremy MalodFrance7,570,00076
Amazon16Jesse YaginumaUnited States5,415,00054
       
Amazon21Jon BaylorUnited States2,130,00021
Amazon23Bradley JansenUnited States6,075,00061
Amazon25Sean HegartyUnited States3,450,00035
Amazon26Mark LiedtkeUnited States2,950,00030

Action of the Day

Day 2 started at 12:00 p.m. local time with a total of 96 players returning from the 1,450 entries that started on Day 1. As the day wore on, many notables found their way to the payout desk including, Darren Elias (54th $5,282), Upeshka De Silva (47th $6,170), Jun Obara (41st $7,329) and Melanie Weisner (17th $17,141).

Finnish star Joni Jouhkimainen busted in 11th, narrowly missing out on reaching Day 3. While British grinder Steve Morris saw his tournament end abruptly in 10th place. The elimination of Mackenzie Kramer in ninth place brought the curtain down on Day 2 proceedings.

The eight remaining players will return at noon on Saturday, October 9, and play until a champion is crowned. All eight players are guaranteed a payout of $28,782 and will be playing for the first-place prize of $313,403 and a WSOP gold bracelet. Join us then for what should be a thrilling conclusion to this tournament as the PokerNews team will be on hand to bring you all the action.