WPTDS #11 - $100,000 High Roller
Days:
12

WPTDeepStacks London Online $100K High Roller Final Table Kicks Off at 7 p.m. GMT

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WPTDeepStacks London Online

Welcome to the final table of the WPTDeepStacks London Online Event #11 - $100,000 High Roller at 888poker. A total of 55 entries ponied up the lofty $2,100 buy-in for a $110,000 prize pool to smash the $100,000 guarantee. The action was down to just nine players at the end of Day 1, with each returning player guaranteed at least a $4,400 payout with their eyes on the $25,300 top prize.

Two players enter the final table with over 200,000 in chips including Day 1 chip leader "matokr" (248,998) and "SMalderis" (227,040) with several others also coming in with six-figure stacks including "Draxalen" (133,399), Sergei "Lucky_Frutti" Koliakov (114,402), "SpielerKind" (111,574), and "ddaubar" (110,796).

Meanwhile, "Theelwild" (60,883), "floatmasta" (48,962), and "GlobalHappi" (43,936) also advanced with dreams of spinning up their short stacks into WPTDeepStacks glory.

WPTDeepStacks London $100K High Roller Final Table Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1matokrN/A248,99862
2SMalderisIreland227,04057
3DraxalenRussia133,39933
4Sergei "Lucky_Frutti" KoliakovRussia114,40229
5SpielerKindUkraine111,57428
6ddaubarLithuania110,79628
7TheelwildN/A60,89315
8floatmastaEstonia48,96212
9GlobalHappiSweden43,93611

The final table will kick off on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. GMT (2 p.m. ET) on Level 21 with blinds at 2,000/4,000 with an ante of 500 and increase every 12 minutes until a winner is crowned.

David Tuchman and Nick Wealthall will be broadcasted the final table with hole cards exposed at the 888pokerTV Twitch channel, which will also be embedded in our coverage for the remainder of the event.

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888poker Commentator David Tuchman

Final Table Payouts

PlacePrize
1$25,300
2$19,800
3$15,400
4$13,200
5$11,000
6$8,800
7$6,600
8$5,500
9$4,400

PokerNews will live report the final table on the 30-minute stream delay starting at 7:30 p.m. GMT (1:30 p.m. ET) as to not give away spoilers. Stay tuned at PokerNews to see who will win the WPTDeepStacks London Online $100K High Roller.

Tags: David TuchmanNick WealthallSergei Koliakov