Day 5 of the WSOP Main Event introduced Fedor Holz to a national audience and there’s a new set of characters who make their debut on Day 6. There is a new lineup on the feature table save for Daniel Negreanu, who continues to make his push toward the November Nine.
The four episodes that define a key juncture in the year’s best tournament are now available exclusively on PokerGO.
William Kassouf made the headlines in 2016 for his antics and the “Kassouf Award” in 2015 goes to Justin Schwartz. Better known as ‘stealthmunk’ across all online aliases, the pro gives off an edgy vibe in both his table presence and talk. Schwartz finds Tom Cannuli in his sights and the two compete for several pots together. Day 6 is only the beginning of what Schwartz brings to the Main Event before play gets real on Day 7.
Kelly Minkin and Toby Lewis do their bidding feature tables with storylines popping out in all directions. Minkin attempts to become the first woman to make the November Nine and is near the top of the leaderboard when Day 6 opens. Schwartz and Minkin mix it up a few times with Minkin taking an early round from ‘stealthmunk.’
Lewis plays for his country as England looks to win their first Main Event. The World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic final tablist is on a heater in 2018 with an Aussie Millions win to his credit.
Heads Up with Remko recently featured Lewis on as a guest to discuss his incredible run this year.
Other players still in the hunt with strong resumes include Blake Bohn, Justin Bonomo, and Holz.
All of the storylines build up to Negreanu inching his way closer to the final table finish line. Negreanu dances his way out of trouble a few times with only one goal in mind and that is to not be eliminated.
Joe McKeehen finds some camera time as well as he catches some luck to keep his title hopes alive.
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