Day Six at the World Series of Poker Main Event started with 205 hopefuls on Thursday.  But after three complete levels of play (six hours of poker) the field has already been narrowed down to 103 survivors.
The most notable elimination of the day thus far was ten-time WSOP gold bracelet winner, and back-to-back Main Event champion Johnny Chan.  He ran pocket Kings into Robert Pisano's pocket Aces early on Day Six, which knifed away three-quarters of his stack.  He was unable to rebound, but finished a very respectable 156th place.  Chan, who made his deepest run in the championship since 2003, was the last former WSOP Main Event winner to be eliminated from the tournament.
Also hitting the rail was the youngest competitor in the tournament, John May, who finished in 177th place.  May turned 21, the legal age to compete, on July 7th -- just one day before he entered the Main Event.  John had the chance to become the youngest world champion ever, but as it stands now, Joe Cada's reign as the youngest champ in history will stay intact. 
The Top 10 leaderboard has been in constant flux the entire day as one big stack runs into another, or when the lower chip stacks get taken out by their larger-stacked competitors.  The chip lead has already changed eight times since play began at 12 noon.
To see the latest chip counts, click HERE.
For the names of everyone who has cashed in this year's WSOP Main Event, click HERE.
Notable busts thus far include: Phil Galfond in 141st place; Robert Mizrachi in 116th place; the final female competitor, Breeze Zuckerman who came in 121st place; Tomer Berda, the Event #56 winner who came in 134th place and two-time WSOP bracelet winner Matt Keikoan in 196th place.
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