After eight-levels of thrilling poker, the third day's player field had been narrowed down from 27 players to a final table with only 6 players, and for the third successive day it was Jackson Genovesi who had the lead. Jackson will bring 1,553,000 chips to today's final table, and his closest opponent is Yorane Kerignard with 1,422,000 chips.
The most well-known face on the final table is Alessio Isaia, winner of last year's WPT Venice ($518,382). Besides that win, he has won several other, smaller tournaments in the past few years. Isaia will bring 535,000 chips to the final table, about 200k less than the average stack, but with his experience he's defiantly one of the favourtites to win the whole thing!
Tony G missed out on the final table
Only 1 player was eliminated in level 19 during Day 3 and it was the most famous one of them all. Tony G and Zeljko Krizan went all-in after the flop 832 had hit the table. Tony G had AQ vs Krizan's JT. Krizan was slightly ahead and Tony G needed to dodge many cards. Unforturnately Tony G's dreams of a WPT title came to an end already on the turn as it was the 4, which completed Krizan's flush. Tony G received $11,016 for his 10th place finish.