As we speak, Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari and Andrew Robl are playing heads-up - battling it out for the first place prize of $870k. Both players have healthy stacks and it looks like it can take a few more hours before we have a winner. The blinds at the moment are 120,000/240,000 with a 20k ante. Esfandiari is in a slight lead with 9,495,000 chips against Andrew Robl's 8,160,000 stack.
We will return with an update as soon as the tournament has found its winners.
It looks like it will be a very interesting final table with so many good poker players. We, BankrollMob, are especially happy with the fact that the one leading the tournament is no one else than the Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso who we will have an exclusive interview with soon.
The WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic is down to 15 players after a very interesting day that Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari dominated. Esfandiari has accumulated 2,608,000 chips and his next closest competitor is John Racener, who started day 4 with only 137,000 chips, but ended the day with 1.9 million chips.
There are a few familiar faces left in the remaining field of players. However, the most interesting players to follow, except from The Magician and Racener, will for sure be Sorel Mizzi in 7th place with a 1,380,000 stack and Vanessa Rousso in 10th place with 888,000 chips.
Day 5 of the tournament will begin in a couple of hours. The tournament will continue until the six-handed final table is set. The first place pays $870,124, so one can expect a very exciting final table!
Tonight it's time for Day 4 of a WPT tournament called Five Diamond World Poker Classic at Bellagio, Las Vegas. 54 players of 439 have survived this far and it start getting really interesting. In the lead is no one else than Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari with a 1,082,000 stack. On third place is Vanessa Rousso, who we will get an exclusive interview with, and not far behind is Freddy Deeb with a 654k stack.
There are plenty of interesting players in the remaining field of players. Doyle Brunson, Thor Hansen and Sorel Mizzi are just a few examples of poker stars who still have the chance of taking home the first place prize of $870,124. The final table will be played on Wednesday. Let's hope that it will be a good one!
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