Ladies and gentlemen, the World Poker Tour National London Main Event has reached its eight-handed final table after a thrilling Day 3 came to an end just a short time ago. Leading the way is Elior Sion and his 1,731,000 chips, almost 500,000 more than his nearest rival Rasmus Larson on 1,268,000.
WPT National London main event final table seat draw
Seat 1: Elior Sion – 1,731,000
Seat 2: Emma Tolley – 513,000
Seat 3: Reece Lewis – 692,000
Seat 4: Carlo Citrone – 66,000
Seat 5: Robin Fisher – 473,000
Seat 6: Kevin Williams – 394,000
Seat 7: Wang Weikang – 300,000
Seat 8: Rasmus Larson – 1,268,000
Each of the players has now locked up a cash of at least £10,000 here in Stratford City but one of them will be walking away with the £80,000 first place prize and the title of champion. Here’s a breakdown of the prizes left to be claimed.
First place: £80,000
Second place: £54,150
Third place: £34,000
Fourth place: £25,000
Fifth place: £19,000
Sixth place: £15,000
Seventh place: £12,500
Eighth place: £10,000
Along with our updates here on the PartyPoker blog, you can watch the action unfold in front of your very eyes by visiting the World Poker Tour site and watching the stream, which will be on a 30-minute delay.
The final table should make for an interesting spectacle as there is a great mixture of playing styles and stack sizes. When play resumes at 14:00GMT the eight finalists will play the remaining 44:58 of Level 21, meaning the blinds and antes will be 6,000/12,000/2,000a and the average stack is 681,250.
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