It took just over 10 hours to not only let the money bubble burst but also determine the nine-handed final table for the international 2020 World Series of Poker GGPoker $10,000 Championship Main Event.
And it indeed is an international line-up as all nine contenders hail from different countries. That means the planned live final table at the King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, on Dec. 15 will require a wide array of travel plans to come through without a hitch.
Most importantly right now, all nine finalists out of a field of 674 entries have secured a decent slice of the $6,470,400 prize pool, with each of them having at least $75,360 awarded for their efforts.
They have also retained their chances at the additional $1 million sponsored by the WSOP and GGPoker if they accumulate all the chips on the final table and then win the Heads-Up Championship against the winner of the upcoming WSOP.com edition of this very tournament for players located in Nevada and New Jersey.
After a late surge on the final table bubble, Brazil’s Brunno Botteon emerged as the chip leader with a stack of 10,317,743, followed by Portugal’s online poker prodigy Manuel “robocup” Ruivo (6,213,759) and Damian Salas (5,653,528, lead photo) as the only other players above the current average.
For Salas, it is the second final table appearance as he finished in seventh place in the 2017 WSOP Main Event and cashed for $1,425,000.
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