Tobias Peters leads the final table of Event #12: €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha. After a strong showing on Day 2, the Dutch player managed to claim the chiplead and bagged 2,445,000. Peters the only players so far to have reached the two million mark and he’s followed by Omar Eljach with 1,895,000. Marc Palatzky rounds out the top three with 1,800,000.
Anson Tsang, the defending champion, battled to survive with a stack around 20 big blinds at the end of Day 2 and enters into the final table in eight position, seeking a back to back WSOP bracelet. He will enter the day with 480,000.
Another player to watch is Christopher Frank, owner of a gold bracelet in a No-Limit event in 2017. With $893,668 in WSOP events earnings, he will enter the day with 835,000 and will be also a serious contender for the title.
Ilyaz Dosikov (1,540,000), Tomas RIbeiro (1,200,000) and Leonid Yanovski (620,000), who was the second biggest stack at the end of day 1 and navigated all the way to the final table, will all aim to add a first coveted bracelet to their collection.
The action resumes with 31 minutes and 35 seconds remaining in level 23, blinds 15,000/ 30,000, and the final day will be streamed live on PokerGo as of 3 p.m. local time on a delay of around one hour
The PokerNews will have updates all day in accordance with the live stream until a winner is crowned.
Official Final Table and Chipcounts
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|8||Anson Tsang||Hong Kong||480,000||16|