Saturday December 10, 2016 at 10:05 pm
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One of the largest tournaments in some time has finally got down to a final table. The WPT Five Diamond Classic at the Bellagio started with 791 runners and we're down to the final table. With six to go, James Romero is the chip leader with nearly 10M. Also at the final table... Justin Bonomo, Ryan Tosoc, Igor Yaroshevskyy, Alex Condon, and Jake Schindler. There's $1.9 million on the line to first place. The runner-up gets $1.1 million.

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Maybe poker isn't dead after all? $1.9 million is at stake for the 2016 WPT Five Diamond Classic at the Bellagio. Heck, even second place ships at least a million with $1.1 million to the runner up. This year's WPT Five Diamond attracted 791 total entrants, which is now tied for the biggest field in WPT History along with the 2007 WPT LA Poker Classic.

Three-time Super Bowl champion and former pro football player Richard Seymour busted early on Day 5 in 18th place. JC Tran made the unofficial final table, but he busted in tenth place.

Going into the final table, James Romero is the big stack with over 9.8M. He has more than double second in chips, Ryan Tosoc. Also at the final table are Jake Spindler and Justin Bonomo.

Action resumes at 4pm Vegas time or 1am CET. Follow the WPT live blog for hand-for-hand updates of the final table.

WPT Bellagio Five Diamond Classic

Buy-in: $10,400

Entrants: 791

Prize Pool: $7,672,700

Payouts: 72

 

WPT Bellagio - Final Table Payouts:

1. $1,938,118

2. $1,124,051

3. $736,579

4. $494,889

5. $345,272

6. $268,545

 

Final Table Chip Counts:

1. James Romero 9,860,000

2. Ryan Tosoc 4,465,000

3. Justin Bonomo 3,360,000

4. Igor Yaroshevskyy 2,570,000

5. Alex Condon 2,265,000

6. Jake Schindler 1,210,000

 

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One of the largest tournaments in some time has finally got down to a final table. The WPT Five Diamond Classic at the Bellagio started with 791 runners and we're down to the final table. With six to go, James Romero is the chip leader with nearly 10M. Also at the final table... Justin Bonomo, Ryan Tosoc, Igor Yaroshevskyy, Alex Condon, and Jake Schindler. There's $1.9 million on the line to first place. The runner-up gets $1.1 million.

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