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WPT Barcelona: The Final Table Is Set!

Tags: barcelona, Chanracy Khun, live stream, Sergio Fernandez, world poker tour, wpt.
Posted on 10 April 2013 by "T".

The final table of the World Poker Tour main event is set after 4 days of play. The six finalists (no notables) are already guaranteed $47,813 each but, of course, the $258,448 first prize (+a seat in the WPT Final) will make sure that everyone play their very best game and make it an interesting final table! Below are the finalists:

1 Chanracy Khun (picture) 2,393,000
2 Benjamin Pollak 1,899,000
3 Tahiri Hassani Najib 1,636,000
4 Bruno Garcia Cotelo 722,000
5 Sergio Fernandez 548,000
6 Antonio Alfaia 273,000

Average Chip Count: 1,245,000

The final table kicks off at 14:00 CET. You can watch the live stream here.


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4 comments on "WPT Barcelona: The Final Table Is Set! "

 Fakiry10/04/2013 10:23:19 GMT
Oh boy, Sergio Fernandez, who yesterday was leading the event, is now in big trouble, and he will have to move fast if he wants to get higher. I guess we should be seeing some all-ins with not that good hands from him, now that there are only six left.
 PokerDonV7310/04/2013 11:43:00 GMT
The final table of the 2013 bwin World Poker Tour Barcelona €3,500 main event is set, with 22-year-old Canadian Chanracy Khun in the lead with just under 2.4 million in chips. A total of 249 entries were made in this event, building a prize pool of $1,029,661. Now only six players remain to battle for the title and the first-place prize of $258,448.

Second in chips is Benjamin Pollak, the most decorated of the final six, with two prior WPT event final tables and more than $685,000 in tournament earnings.
 Sorin88811/04/2013 14:53:06 GMT
It might not be a final table with a lot of star power, but this year's WPT Barcelona finale will feature a variety of Cinderella stories.

From WPT virgins to satellite qualifiers, the final six will all have a story to tell if they can survive today's final session and lift their first WPT trophy.
 JWRowell11/04/2013 14:54:50 GMT
I quite enjoy some games with less "star power". You often end up with an occasional odd ball or amature. Always nice to see new player and styles of play!

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