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Daniel Dvoress Leads WPT Online Series Main Event Final Table on partypoker

Daniel Dvoress WPT Online Series Main Event

Last night witnessed the Day 2 field of 23 players in the 2021 WPT Online Series Main Event at partypoker battle it out until just a final table of nine players were remaining.

What a final table it is with big names everywhere including Daniel Dvoress who will enter the action as the table captain with a commanding stack of 40,666,540 in chips when the action resumes on Wednesday, June 2 at 7:05 p.m. BST (2:05 p.m. EDT) with partypoker streaming the final table on a 30-minute delay on its partypokerTV Twitch channel.

Brazil's Luciano Hollanda (33,832,245) was the only other player to bag more than 30 million in chips with Marc Lange (28,821,658), Sebastian Henao (26,005,586), and Christian Rudolph (23,177,230) all heading into the final table with at least 20 million in chips.

Some of the biggest names at the final table hold the shortest stacks in play including Yuri Dzivielevski (18,877,732), Stoyan Obreshkov (16,051,215), Fabiano Kovalski (15,231,725), and Rainer Kempe (10,320,069).

That being said it is still anyone game as even Kempe as the shortest stack will start with a decent stack of 29 big blinds and blinds will increase very slowly at 40-minute intervals.

WPT Online Main Event Final Table Chip Stacks

RankPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Daniel DvoressCanada40,666,540116
2Luciano HollandaBrazil33,838,24597
3Marc LangeGermany28,831,65882
4Sebastian HenaoColombia26,005,58674
5Christian RudolphGermany23,177,23066
6Yuri DzivielevskiBrazil18,877,73254
7Stoyan ObreshkovBulgaria16,051,21546
8Fabiano KovalskiBrazil15,231,72544
9Rainer KempeGermany10,320,06929
Total  213,000,000609
Average  23,666,66768

Final Table Payouts

The nine returning players are each guaranteed a huge $42,711 payday with prizes moving up quickly from there. The winner is slated to not only forever be known as a WPT champion but also will collect a massive $526,562 top prize.


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