2010 World Series of Poker Final Table Set
7,319 poker players each paid the $10,000 buy-in for the 2010 World Series of Poker World Championship, a $10,000 buy-in, No Limit Hold'em tournament.747 places were paid with the top winner guaranteed an astonishing first place prize of $8,944,138, and of course a very prestigious WSOP gold bracelet.
The final table for the 2010 WSOP World Championship will be played out on November 9, 2010. The top 9 players who comprise the final table include:
Seat No. 1: Jason Sentl, a 25 year-old poker pro from St. Louis Park, Minnesota, who will mark his first time to cash at the WSOP. Jason Sentl has a chip stack of 7,625,000.
Seat No. 2: Joseph Cheong, a 24 year-old poker pro from Li Marada, California, who sits at a chip stack of 23,525,000.
Seat No. 3: John Dolan, a 24 year-old poker pro from Bonita Springs, Florida, who has six WSOP cashes including three in this year's WSOP. John Dolan has a chip stack of 46,250,000.
Seat No. 4: Joanthan Duhamel, a 24 year-old poker pro from Boucherville, Quebec, who marks his third time to cash at this year's WSOP. Jonathan Duhamel is the current chip leader with 65,975,000.
Seat No. 5: Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi, a 29 year old poker pro from Miami, Florida, who won his first WSOP gold bracelet in the 2010 Poker Player's Championship, and has final tabled in three events and cashed in four events this WSOP. This marks his fourth final table, and his fifth cash, and possibly his second WSOP gold bracelet. Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi is a top contender for 2010 WSOP Player of The Year. His stack sits at 14,450,000.
Seat No. 6: Matthew Jarvis, a 25 year-old poker pro from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, who marks his first time to cash at the WSOP. He has a chip stack of 16,700,000.
Seat No. 7: John Racener, a 24 year-old poker pro from Port Richey, Florida, who is one of the stars of the national WSOP Circuit, including a 2007 WSOP Circuit Main Event championship. His current stack is at 19,050,000.
Seat No. 8: Filippo Candio, a 26 year-old poker pro from Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, and has a chip count of 16,400,000.
Seat No. 9: Cuong "Sui" Nguyen, a 37 year old medical supplies salesman and the only amateur at the final table, who has the shortest stack with 9,650,000.