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WPT LAPC Final Table Set - Anthony Zinno Looking To Win Back-To-Back Titles!

Tags: 2015 WPT LA Poker Classic, Anthony Zinno, Igor Yaroshevskyy, Mike Leah.
Posted on 05 March 2015 by "T".

The World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic Main Event is down to a final table of 6 players (the tournament drew a field of 538 entries) after several intensive days of play. Even though Igor Yaroshevskyy is the chip leader with 5,315,000, all eyes will be on Anthony Zinno (1,480,000 chips) when the televised final table kicks off.

Zinno, who leads the current WPT Player of the Year race, won the last stop on the tour (WPT Fallsview Poker Classic) and is the second player of the current season to make back-to-back final tables! Quite amazing if you think about it.

Below is the final table line up and the money they will be fighting for.

Seat 1.  Anthony Zinno  -  1,480,000  (37 bb)
Seat 2.  Igor Yaroshevskyy  -  5,315,000  (132 bb)
Seat 3.  Chris Klodnicki  -  920,000  (23 bb)
Seat 4.  Peter Tran  -  1,585,000  (39 bb)
Seat 5.  Peter Neff  -  2,120,000  (53 bb)
Seat 6.  Mike Leah  -  4,715,000  (117 bb)

1st:  $1,015,860
2nd:  $701,350
3rd:  $451,090
4th:  $333,680
5th:  $250,260
6th:  $200,830

 


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2 comments for "WPT LAPC Final Table Set - Anthony Zinno Looking To Win Back-To-Back Titles!"

 bowie198406/03/2015 12:12:38 GMT
132 BB vs 117 BB vs rest of the table is a very generously sized finale if you ask me. I wonder any out of the two Peter's could have a say in who will be crowned at the end of the tournament. If at least one of them could double up before the 'big two' pushes them out they might have a chance - I am interested.
 klash2306/03/2015 15:27:24 GMT
I agree Bowie,a good final table with what appears to have been an excellent structure. There is a big difference in the payouts but very close stacks for the four with lowest chips and even the top two players are only one bad hand away from getting into danger.

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