Mandavia, McKeehen, Haxton Chase Kenney at PCA SHR Final Table

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Rolling over WSOP profits effectively.

When you run a $100k buy-in tournament you expect some major poker talent still standing at the end and that's the case for the 2016 PCA Super High Roller.

Just six players remain in the hunt for the $1.68m first-place prize and among them are some names most poker fans will recognize.

And by some we mean all.

Leading the way is American Bryn Kenney, who's evolved into one of the most consistent super high-stakes players in the world over the past few years.

With 3.8m in chips he has a slight edge over Ankush Mandavia, another online legend who has made the leap to live SHRs with great success, especially over the past year.

Mandavia will roll into the final table today at 1 pm with 3.2m in chips.

Not to be outdone is 2015 WSOP Main Event champ Joe McKeehen, who has put his new bankroll to work pretty effectively so far in 2016 and sits in third with 2.8m.

Haxton, Kanit Around to Liven Up Stream

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The joy of Kanit.

With over $4m in prize money still to be distributed the action will likely be intense from the get go but at least a couple of players will be in the mix to keep things light.

Former PokerStars Team Online pro Isaac Haxton and Italy's Mustapha Kanit, who along with Bill Perkins have been providing some entertaining banter for their tables so far, also managed to hang on for the final six.

Kanit is the short stack at 1m in chips and Haxton has 1.4m. Pro David Peters round outs the final six with 2m. Full chip counts and payouts:

1. Bryn Kenney 3,820,000
2. Ankush Mandavia 3,360,000
3. Joe McKeehen 2,805,000
4. David Peters 2,085,000
5. Isaac Haxton 1,395,000
6. Mustapha Kanit  1,030,000

1. $1,687,800
2. $1,220,840
3. $787,640
4. $596,360
5. $461,340
6. $360,060

The full cards-up live stream will get underway at 2 pm ET today from the Bahamas and you can watch it right here on PokerListings.

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