Day 6 is a formative period of time at the WSOP Main Event. Already well into the money as the afternoon began with 97 players, Day 6 ferried us deeper into the cash and left us with just three tables.
We're giving you an inside look at the magic that was Day 6 of this year's Main Event, and we're doing it with the help of three players who were on the other side of the ropes the entire time.
Erik Hellman was the last Swede standing and he told us that even if he won the $8.5 million first-place prize he'd still follow through with his plan to go to University. Niels van Alphen was the last Dutchman left and he said that it's been his dream for years to be deep in the Main Event.
American Jesse Sylvia is the only one of our three guests to advance to Day 3 and he told us that the nerves of playing for millions of dollars vanished when he played his first hand at the feature table.
Watch our WSOP Daily Show above for all that and more, and follow the action live with our WSOP 2012 Main Event Live Updates.