Many former WSOP Main Event finalists and winners have been doing quite well at the 2012 WSOP. Now it's the 2008 main event champion Peter Eastgate's turn as he's among the last 4 players in Event #56: No-Limit Hold'em, a tournament that saw a field of 2,798 players, and has the chance of winning his second gold bracelet.
Eastgate, from Denmark, has 3,100,000 chips at the moment - about half the stack size compared to the chip leader Tomas Junek from Czech Republic. The other 2 players, David Borg (Australia) and Donald Vogel (USA), have 1,6 million each to gamble with.
The next player to hit the rail will take home $209,111, and the one after that nothing less than $289,530. When heads-up begins, the last two players will fight for a first-place prize of amazing $661,022! ($410,517 to the loser).