Keven Stammen leads the WPT World Championship final table at Borgata with 5.6 million chips but the WPT’s own Tony Dunst is lurking with 1.3 million chips.
Dunst hosts the Raw Deal on each episode of the WPT but has a chance to be the main attraction by winning the biggest event on the tour this season.
The final table is full of interesting story lines with young guns Ryan D’Angelo and Byron Kaverman as well as vets Curt Kohlberg and Abe Korotki.
They are the final six of 328 players and $1.3 million awaits the player who becomes the last man standing later today.
Anthony Gregg Bubbles, Brock Parker Finishes 10th
Anthony Gregg with the tough 7th place finish.
There were also a number of notable misses on the penultimate day of the 2014 WPT World Championship with MTT crusher Anthony Gregg hard-bubbling the final table.
Justin Young (15th), Eric Afriat (11th) and Brock Parker (10th) were also among the players who just missed out on the final table.
Afriat, who won the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown, had the rare opportunity to make back-to-back WPT final tables but finally ran out of steam.
The final table begins at 4:00 p.m. ET today and you can follow along via the WPT live updates.
Here are the chip stacks heading into the final table:
- 1. Keven Stammen - 5,650,000 (113 bb)
- 2. Byron Kaverman - 4,070,000 (81 bb)
- 3. Abe Korotki - 2,560,000 (51 bb)
- 4. Curt Kohlberg - 1,580,000 (31 bb)
- 5. Tony Dunst - 1,330,000 (26 bb)
- 6. Ryan D’Angelo - 1,220,000 (24 bb)