The fifth and final day of Event #23: $2,620 "Marathon" No-Limit Hold'Em begins at 1:00 p.m. local time where the final 13 players will take their seats and battle it out for the coveted WSOP gold bracelet and the first-place prize worth $690,469.
Sitting atop the leader board is Joseph Di Rosa Rojas with 10,575,000, which is more than 40 big blinds ahead of Tim Reilly in second with a healthy 7,220,000 chips. Rounding out the top three is Andrew Jernigan with 6,270,000.
The remaining players are guaranteed to take home $33,350 at the very minimum. Here is a look at the remaining payouts:
|8 Place||Prize (USD)|
The day begins with blinds at 40,000/80,000 with a 10,000 ante and will continue for 100-minute "Marathon" levels until a winner is crowned. Action will take place in Brasilia for those who want to sweat the remaining players. Keep following along as PokerNews brings you all of the action.
Here is a look at the seating assignments and chip counts when play resumes:
|1||1||Pratik Ghatge||United Kingdom||955,000|
|1||3||Andrew Jernigan||United States||6,270,000|
|1||6||Tim Reilly||United States||7,220,000|
|1||7||Maurice Hawkins||United States||3,630,000|
|2||5||Joseph Di Rosa Rojas||Venezuela||10,575,000|
|2||6||Jeffrey Tomlinson||United States||1,475,000|
|2||7||Josh Weiss||United States||1,280,000|
|2||8||Faraz Jaka||United States||3,215,000|
|2||9||Patrick Mahoney||United States||1,965,000|