WSOP Main Event Final Table is European

The final table for the Poker World Series main event is ready, and European players are on their way. The Czech Republic’s Martin Staszko is the tournament’s chip leader with 40.175 million chips. And he is leading the five-member European squad to the final table. Ireland’s Eghan O’Dea is second on the chips list with 33.925 million chips. Germany’s Pius Heinz is seventh with 16.425 million chips. Ukraine’s Anton Makievsky is eighth on the chips list with 13.825 million. And the U.K.’s Samuel Holden is ninth with 12.37 million chips. 파워볼실시간

Three Americans made it to the final, the lowest number ever. In 2007, the U.S. had four players make it to the final. Matt Gianetti is in third place with 24.75 million. Phil Collins is in fourth place with 23.85 million. And Ben Lamb is in fifth place with 20.875 million.

This is the first time since Nov. 9 that no finalist has started with less than 10 million chips. It is also the first time since 2008 that a runaway chip leader has not made it to the final. Last year, Jonathan Duhamel advanced to the final with 65.975 million chips, nearly 20 million more than his nearest competitor. When he made it to the final in 2009, Dabin Moon had 58.93 million chips, about 14 million ahead of his nearest competitor.

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